Triboro | Harmony X 3

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Harmony X 3

by Triboro

We bring three part harmonies to a wide range of songs from gospel to Hawaiiana, traditional to singer-songwriter, and old-time to bluegrass.
Genre: Folk: Appalachian Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Flower Blooming in the Wildwood
2:45 album only
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2. Ain't No Ash Will Burn
2:32 album only
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3. Wichita
2:35 album only
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4. Song of the Island Manhattan
2:42 album only
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5. Baltimore Fire
3:07 album only
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6. Great Dream from Heaven
3:13 album only
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7. White Sandy Beach
3:19 album only
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8. Tumbling Tumbleweeds
2:36 album only
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9. Why Am I Painting the Living Room
4:39 album only
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10. Pull for the Shore
2:50 album only
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11. Won't You Come & Sing for Me
3:19 album only
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12. One Day I Will
2:58 album only
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13. Great High Mountain
1:55 album only
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14. Waikiki
4:04 album only
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15. Sweet Is the Melody
2:46 album only
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16. Orphan Train
3:59 album only
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17. Winding Stream
3:45 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Twelve years after our first CD, the eponymous "Triboro" album, we are still going strong; bringing our three-part harmonies to a wide range of songs. The Triboro Bridge itself has been renamed, leaving us to carry on the tradition. We still live in Brooklyn (Don,) Manhattan (Phyllis,) and the Bronx (Evy.) We continue to get the same pleasure, as always, in finding a great new song, working out harmonies and an arrangement, and making it our own. With Don Friedman on Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo and Vocals, Phyllis Elkind on Guitar and Vocals, and Evy Mayer on Ukulele, Banjo-uke and Vocals. Guest musicians include Marco Brehm on Stand-up Bass, Chris Davis on a 1932 Tri-cone Guitar, and Orrin Star on Mandolin and Guitar.

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