1. "Candy" Made famous by the Four Freshmen, this song features a lively and provocative Latin beat.
2. "Ive Got You Under My Skin" This great old Cole Porter standard features David Higginbotham on the vocal, in a swing interpretation similar to the famous Nelson Riddle-Frank Sinatra version.
3. "Honeysuckle Rose" Pat Henry loves to tell how Fats Waller wrote this tune for $15 worth of beer!
4. "Its A Blue World" This tune has become the trademark of the famous 4 Freshmen. We love their music and work to be more like them.
5. "Fly Me To The Moon" Randy McDonald gives his interpretation of this 1954 song, originally recorded as In Other Words (in waltz time!)
6. "Memories of You" Also made famous by the sweet clarinet of Benny Goodman, here is Pat Henrys silky smooth trumpet rendition.
7. "SWonderful" Written by the Gershwins in their early years, this tune is a celebration of joy.
8. "Ive Got The World On A String" This swingy tune, sung by leader/pianist Bob Boyd, is reminiscent of the Sinatra version.
9. "Samba De Orfeu" In this festive tune from the movie Black Orpheus, the Sounds take you to Rio for Carnival!
10. "Moonglow" Revived in the 50s in the movie Picnic, the Sounds turn this old standard request into a lovely 4-part vocal.
11. "Someday Youll Be Sorry" This tune, actually written by Louis Armstrong, features Pat Henrys gravelly impression of the legendary Satchmo.
12. "Stompin At The Savoy" This big band standard gives the Sounds the opportunity to show how, with only 4 members, they can produce a big band sound.
13. "Where or When" Written for the Broadway show Babes In Arms, the Sounds take the tempo way up and belt it out as a 4-part vocal.
14. "Watch What Happens" This newer standard tune in 4-part vocal featuring David Higginbotham, is a perfect compliment to a wedding reception.
15. "Avalon" The
famous Benny Goodman Quartet recorded this tune in 1938 at a frantic tempo
and we take it up another notch. Dance at your own risk!