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Golden Staters
Golden Staters

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Oh How We Roared In The 20's
So Long Mother
It Must Be That Look In Her Eyes
New Songs Medley
Music Man Medley
Moonlight Medley
Will You Love Me Tomorrow?
Mary Poppins Medley
Mary, You're A Little Bit Old Fashioned
Keep Your Eye On The Girlie You Love
Draft Dodger Rag
Floatin' Down To Cotton Town
I'd Love To Live In Loveland
A Little Bit Of Happiness
Give My Regards To Broadway
Honey Bun
The Sweetheart Tree
Hello, Dolly!
Gotta Be On My Way
May Each Day

Tenor: Gary Harding Lead: Milt Christensen Baritone: Mike Senter Bass: Jack Harding

Tenor Gary Harding, his brother Jack Harding, Baritone, Milt Christensen, lead, and the inimitable Mike Senter, bass, The Golden Staters; won the Gold medal in Atlanta in July, 1972. GS' road to the top included 4th place in Chicago in 1966, fifth in 1967, third in 1968, and a Silver Medal in St. Louis in 1969. An injury to their lead kept them out of competition in 1970, another third in 1971, then finally the gold. 25 classic barbershop songs fill this delightful cd, some of our favorites are, "Jean," "Draft Dodger Rag," "Mary Poppins Medley," "Hello, Dolly," and "Give My Regards To Broadway." All good stuff, and frankly, it's impossible to listen to this CD and be in a bad mood!

Item code: 5541C | 1 CD | $14.98 add item to cart
Barbershop | A Cappella | Male | United States

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