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8 thoughts on “ I Dont Know Where I Stand - The Singers Unlimited - A Capella II (CD, Album) ”

  1. I guess it's too early, 'cause I don't know where I stand Crickets call, courting their ladies in star-dappled green Thickets tall, until the morning comes up like a dream All muted and misty, so drowsy now I'll take what sleep I can I know that I miss you, but I don't know where I stand I know that I miss you, but I don't know where I stand.
  2. What song ends the chorus with "I don't know, I don't know"? I believe it's a blues song or a southern rock song. Update Cancel. No Answers Yet. View more. Related Questions. What song has the lyrics "Just a sweet little somethin' to put my arms around"?
  3. A fan since the days of the first pressing of this album. Saw the entire band live once before Keith passed away, many time since. Paul from Cardiff, United Kingdom i would love to know more about this song - one of pete's best - and coupled with WGFA, probably the best single they ever released!
  4. Feb 06,  · Artist: The Singers Unlimited Album: The Complete a Capella Sessions Released: Style: Jazz Format: MP3 Kbps / FLAC Size: Mb. Tracklist: 01 – Both Sides Now 02 – London By Night 03 – Here, There and Everywhere 04 – Lullaby 05 – Michelle 06 – The Fool On the Hill 07 – Emily 08 – Since You’ve Asked 09 – More I Can.
  5. The latter scenario is far rarer, but there might be more original-songs-that-are-actually-cover-songs out there than you first suspect. For example, Shrek would like you to believe that “I’m a Believer” was drawn from the minds of Smash Mouth and that Jeff Buckley wrote “Hallelujah,” but the responsible acts are really The Monkees and Leonard Cohen, respectively.
  6. A Capella Singers Unlimited Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 9 ratings. I should know, I'm a singer! The harmonies are eerily perfect and tight. I can't recommend this record highly enough. The choice of songs is brilliant and the execution is truly devine/5(6).
  7. The Singers Unlimited - A Capella (/) Hi-Res Hi-Res 24 bit / Jazz / Vocal Jazz , 0 Music_land All albums The Singers Unlimited Quality: FLAC 24 bit / kHz (Tracks).
  8. The Singers Unlimited The Singers Unlimited were a four part jazz vocal group formed in by Gene Puerling. Members of the group included Len Dresslar (better known as the Jolly Green Giant in General Mills commercials), Bonnie Herman, Don Shelton and Puerling himself.

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