A beautiful four-part harmony vocal arrangement of a lovely shifting melody in the key of C. This track is arranged strictly according to the rules of the Barbershop Harmony Society! That means including lots of dominant seventh harmonies, close harmony, clear voices with little vibrato and a homophonic texture. In classic barbershop style, it’s arranged for bass, baritone, lead voice and tenor.
This track was recorded with top quality condenser microphones and very transparent pre-amps, so the vocals sound incredibly clear and vibrant. Although the production is contemporary, there is a dash of genuine 50s plate reverb in the mix to add some flavour and colour.
This song could be perfect for any project dealing with the subjects of love, romance, the seasons, praise, worship, summer, the 1950s, US history etc etc. Whether you’re making a short film, a historical documentary or a radio programe this song will fit the bill.
Here is the song lyric in full:
Summer days and a drifting haze I feel your grace and favour Walking home on a dusty road While I roam you’re waiting
And when nightfall comes it gets so cold I’ve been gone so long that we are old
Memories of a calm blue sea Life so free and easy Take me back and I’ll never leave A world so sweet and heavenly
The song is included in MP3 and WAV formats.