Thursday, March 20, 2008

InsideOut has a new fan

One of the missionaries in our ward shared with us a CD titled Sharing Time by the group InsideOut. I had never heard of InsideOut before, but after listening to the 14 tracks on the CD, my wife and I became instant fans!

I can't name a song I dislike from the CD, but I can name a couple of favorites, namely "Baptism--Jesus Come to John the Baptist" (track 10) and "My Heavenly Father Loves Me" (track 3).

Dating back to when I first heard barbershop quartet sung in the movie/musical "The Music Man," I've been a fan of four-part harmony, so when I heard InsideOut for the first time, I immediately took a liking, especially the songs with a strong bass part (I'm a bass singer wannabe).

While I may never be part of a real barbershop quartet or a group like InsideOut, I can sing along to my heart's content.

Photo credit: www.singers.com

44 comments:

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