Album: The Peddler’s Pack on a Holliday Arranger: Ron Holliday Singers: First Tenor: Roger Binkley, Ron Holliday, David Johns, Ashby Saunders, Ann Shenkle, Adam Smith, Ted Peterson
Second Tenor: Rod Eastburn, Jim Gold, Alan Greener, Charlie Marshall
First Bass: Joe Chiesa, Anderson Clark, John Egner, Steve Falk, Peter Grover, Ron Hitchon, Dave Shenkle, Thomas Wiley
Second Bass: John Ash, Don Schmalbruch, Will Rivinus Album produced: 1994 Owner: The Peddler’s Pack
Summary: The Peddler’s Pack recorded this four-part male a cappella music before 1990. They sang together for over thirty years between 1958 and 1994. The original group consisted of twelve voices and grew to over twenty. They sang folk, spiritual, Broadway, Beatles, and contemporary close harmony. Their library included 167 pieces, of which many were arranged by member Ron Holliday. Twenty-eight are presented here.
Cover of the Rolling Stone
Little Old Lady from Pasadena
Here, There and Everywhere
Waters of Babylon
Soon Ah Will Be Done
Dream a Little Dream
Rock ‘a My Soul
By the Time I Get to Phoenix
Periscope (medley George Jones, Teasin’, Mood Indigo)
Everybody Have You Heard
Scotch ‘n’ Soda
Take the Ribbon from Your Hair
It’s Just a Matter of Time
Darling You Can Count on Me
Thanks to the remaining members of the Pack for permission to include their songs.
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