The Buffalo Bills, The Confederates - Barbershop Battle! album flac
Title: Barbershop Battle!
Style: Vocal, Barbershop
MP3 album: 1729 mb
FLAC album: 1971 mb
Other formats: MMF VOX MP2 AHX WAV DMF MP4
The "Buffalo Bills" sing "Over the Rainbow" off their 1956 Album "Barbershop Champs" The barbershop quartet from Buffalo . sing "Over the Rainbow" music written by another famous Buffalonian Harold Arlen with Lyrics by . Yip" Harburg for the 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz" The Buffalo Bills (Quartet) were a barbershop quartet formed in Buffalo, . The original members were tenor Vern Reed, lead Al Shea, baritone Herschel Smith and bass Bill Spangenberg.
The Buffalo Bills is the Barbershop Harmony Society's 1950 International Quartet Champion.
The Buffalo Bills were a barbershop quartet formed in Buffalo, New York, on September 20, 1947. The quartet won the 1950 International Championship and is well known for appearing in the 1957 Broadway production and the 1962 film version of The Music Man. The quartet started out as an unnamed foursome, singing for community groups around Buffalo.
The Buffalo Bills are joined by instruments on "If I could be with You One Hour Tonight" and "Fit as a Fiddle. And I love their rendition of "As Time Goes B. The other drawback to this CD is that it's only 24 minutes long. As a result, it's quite easy to wear it out after a few listens. 6 people found this helpful. I loved the Buffalo Bills from the first time I saw them in the movie "The Music Man". I wish the whole album was 100% Buffalo Bills.
Barbershop Battle! The Buffalo Bills and The Confederates. Caution! All audio materials of Buffalo Bills, The are presented solely for information. All styles of audio music. ru All rights are reserved by their respective owners
Buffalo Bills : The Buffalo Bills. The Bills bubbled to the top of the public consciousness during their star turn in the "Music Man," as the members of the River City School Board who sing "Lida Rose" (a moment in barbershop history that would introduce many of us novices to the style). In fact, though, they continued to live long and prosper way beyond that. The Bills brought those arrangements to life, embodying yearning and romance ("I'd Love To Live In Loveland," "Your Eyes Have Told Me So," "If You Were The Only Girl"), as well as broad tomfoolery and brisk cheer, during romps such as "Toot Toot Tootsie," "Dardanella" and "With Plenty Of Money And Yo.
During an appearance at the Buffalo Quarterback Club they were introduced as the Buffalo Bills and the name stuck. The quartet had an inauspicious beginning in international competition, placing 16th at Oklahoma City in 1948. However, they became district champions that fall and moved up to sixth place the following year. At that point Smith left the quartet and was replaced by Dick Grapes. In Omaha in 1950 the gold medals were hung around their necks and a new era of barbershop harmony began
These quarterbacks have started at least one game for the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League. The Bills are a professional American football franchise based in the Buffalo–Niagara Falls metropolitan area. The team competes in the National Football League (NFL) as a member club of the American Football Conference (AFC) East division.
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|A1||–The Buffalo Bills||I Want A Girl (Just Like The Girl That Narried Dear Old Dad)|
|A2||–The Buffalo Bills||A Dream|
|A3||–The Buffalo Bills||Hard Hearted Hannah (The Vamp Of Savannah)|
|A4||–The Buffalo Bills||The Birth Of The Blues|
|A5||–The Buffalo Bills||When Uncle Joe Plays A Rag On His Old Banjo|
|A6||–The Buffalo Bills||Alexander's Ragtime Band|
|A7||–The Buffalo Bills||Dardanella|
|B1||–The Confederates*||Save Your Confederate Money, Boys (The South Shall Rise Again)|
|B4||–The Confederates*||Now I Can Cry Since You've Gone|
|B5||–The Confederates*||Mandy Lee|
|B6||–The Confederates*||South Rampart Street Parade|
- Manufactured By – Decca Records
- Pressed By – MCA Pressing Plant, Pinckneyville
- Record Company – MCA Inc.
NotesThe Buffalo Bills and The Confederated
InternationalChampions of S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A.
This DECCA Long Play Microgroove Record can be played only on 33 1/3 RPM instruments
"DECCA", "D" symbol, " Gold Label Series" and "Deccalite" are the registreted trademarks of DECCA Records, Inc.
printed in U.S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): MG 5462T6 2
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): MG 5463T3 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): MG 5462
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): MG 5463◆
|DL 8485||The Buffalo Bills, The Confederates*||The Buffalo Bills, The Confederates* - Barbershop Battle! (LP, Comp)||Decca||DL 8485||US||1957|