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Singing Free

by Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, Dc & Potomac Fever

Released in 1994, this is GMCW's first commercially available recording since its humble beginnings in 1981. As founding member Rick Rosendall writes in the liner notes, "With this recording, we carry our dreams onto a new stage."
Genre: Classical: Choral Music
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1. Two Choruses from Die Fledermaus (feat. Roger Edens, Kevin Doss, Paul Castellano, Van Neel & Marvin Weeks) Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, Dc
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2. Free Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, Dc
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3. You Are the Light (feat. Jim Moore) Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, Dc
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4. We Shall Walk Through the Valley in Peace Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, Dc
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5. Walk Him Up the Stairs Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, Dc
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6. Good Thing He Can't Read My Mind (feat. Jim Peterson, Fred Boykin & Bob Wonneberger) Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, Dc
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7. My House (feat. Jeff Buhrman) Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, Dc
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8. I Can Cook, Too (feat. David Dolecki) Potomac Fever
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9. Getting Out of Town/Hooray for Hollywood (feat. Gary Durnan, Robb Rexroth & Jeff Buhrman) Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, Dc
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10. For the Fallen Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, Dc
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11. Farewell My Love Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, Dc
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12. Love Don't Need a Reason Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, Dc
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13. In Our Lifetime (feat. Van Neel) Potomac Fever
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14. In This Moment Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, Dc
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15. Peace I Leave With You Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, Dc
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Music Director: James Holloway
Principal Accompanist: Theodore Guerrant
Assistant Music Director: Jeff Buhrman
Choreographer: Michael Rivard
Vocal Coach: Phil Rogerson
Chorus Logistics: Robert Wheeler

Project Manager: Robert Wonneberger
Producer: Richard Dupler
Assistant Producer: Andrea Weatherhead
Engineer: David Goodermuth
Assistant Engineer: Barton Chew
Sequencing Engineer: Kevin Davis
Studio Liaison: Robert Yesbeck
Consultants: Christopher Grieder and Justin Taylor
Cover Illustration and Booklet Design: Dan Kaufman/Dan Kaufman Graphics
Liner Notes: Rick Rosendall and James Holloway
Chorus photos: Dan Kaufman
Dupont Circle photo: Richard Dupler

Recorded and mastered at Omega Studios, Rockville, Md. "Free" and "Farewell My Love" recorded live during the quadrennial GALA Choruses conference at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts by Sounds True Recordings, Tuesday, June 30, 1992.
Final mastering at ProDigital, Washington, D.C.

Musicians:
Percussion: Joseph Connell
Bass: Mary C. Scott
Flute: Lou Sligh
Trumpet: Ted Hirakawa
All other horns by 2 Funkin' Heavy:
Tenor Sax: Mary Pat Hughes
Trumpet: Virginia S. Turner
Alto/Tenor Sax: Sheila Connor
Alto Sax: Laurin McGee
Trombone: Patty Zweibel
Jingle Bells: Richard Dupler
Champagne Pop: Kent Forrester
Particularly Loud Laugh: Thom Gibb
"Squeak-free" Risers: Robert Wheeler, Eric Korpon and Gary Turner

Digital sponsors:
"Free": Peter R. Brayton in memory of Raymond Lee Mitchell, II
"You Are the Light": Fred Boykin and Jack Killen in memory of Ron, Rick and Jimmy O.
"Walk Him Up the Stairs": Gary M. Regan
"Good Thing He Can't Read My Mind": Glenn Stover in loving tribute to Mike Chiavetta
"My House": Michael Milano for Carl and Richard and for those of us who are left behind
"For the Fallen": Bob Dragoset in memory of Robert James Butler
"Farewell My Love": Thom Gibb in memory of Terry Peterson
"Love Don't Need a Reason": Jim Meany and Jerry Carpenter
"In Our Lifetime": David Cooper and David Streit in memory of Zack Kleiber
"In This Moment": Darrell Netherton and Bob Wheeler in memory of Brian Miller

Analog sponsors:
William R. Carwithen, Jack Gerard, Andy Horsley, Dan Kaufman Graphics, Joe Keleghan, Phil Marti, William F. Miller and Joe T. Mirabella, John Perkins, Carl Smith, and Baily Walker and Jim Sprada


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