Album DescriptionIt's the mid-1940s. In the midst of a "Barber Shop Era" comes a new quartet-Oak Ridge Quartet. Their harmonies and energy transformed the music scene and quickly made them what many consider consider to be the top quartet of their day. Years have gone by...but Common Threads remain-four part harmony; love for God, faith, family and country; an ability to bring a stage to life. Enjoy an "uncommonly" successful group joined through the years by a Common Thread.
Record Label Spring Hill Music Group
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 4.92" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.21 lbs.
Release Date May 24, 2005
Publisher WORD ACCT# W41160193
ISBN 0012334804 EAN 0789042107129 UPC 789042107129
Somehow the Oaks just keep re-hashing really old and over done material, and this CD is a classic example of that. If you enjoy old music, then this CD is for you!! NOT recommended for contemporary Christian listening, by any means. If you are a fan who enjoys listening to the same type of old songs, then this CD is just for you. Definitely not any fresh air here.
They are still great! Aug 21, 2006
You absolutely cannot beat the harmony of the Oak Ridge Boys! And, this CD is fabulous as always. They are calming down a bit w/ age, but aren't we all.
awesome piece of work by the Boys May 26, 2005
Previous reviewer stated the following: The only problem with this CD is that They recorded it w/ the volume to high. You can only listen to it at a low level. Other than that it's good. They need to fix this problem. Maybe what you are perceiving on this cd is that the background music is truly in the background with the vocals standing strongly out front. That is the best way to feature the Oaks power harmony. For a devoted fan of the Oaks and their power harmony they are NEVER too loud. Any true Oaks fans would consider this cd a blessing.
Not Bad May 25, 2005
The only problem with this CD is that They recorded it w/ the volume to high. You can only listen to it at a low level. Other than that it's good. They need to fix this problem.