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Album: America the Beautiful - Single

Artist: Straight No Chaser

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2010 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the wor

Tracklist For America the Beautiful - Single By Artist Straight No Chaser

Title Artist Time
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America the Beautiful Straight No Chaser 2:33 USD 1.29

Reviews For America the Beautiful - Single By Artist Straight No Chaser

  • Nice song....but why would anyone buy it??

    3
    By tsMusicReviews
    Title says it all
  • Awesomenesss!!!

    5
    By Twiggy1992
    Love this group!!!! So glad to see they're still singing together!!! =] <3
  • Breathtaking

    5
    By JayArePea
    Your arrangement is completely remarkable. The execution, vocals, and SOUL is exactly what one expects from such a patriotic song. Loved every moment of this song. Totally worth the download price. Way to go SNC, yet again!
  • Thank you

    5
    By FFSClark
    Fantastic! Made my holiday!
  • More group singing.

    4
    By KBWS
    I think this is arrangement is lovely, but I enjoy your music so much more when the whole group sings, or the verses are traded off between singers. Clearly there are some songs where it is good to have one main singer, but I feel like too much of that makes the rest of the group seem like backup singers...At a recent awesome concert, I was aware of this. The beauty of the music is so much bigger when everyone takes part... This song, particularly, would have been so much better done in a traditional manner. Kind of like you did "Carol of the Bills" at Christmas. Straight up. Maybe with a little bit of a chaser ; )
  • Stop the melismas!

    3
    By july1962
    I love you guys, but I'm so not a fan of modern-day melismas all over the place. This song needs to appeal to everyone, not just young people and I think you should have left out the modern day riffing and just sung it straight with your beautiful voices and great arrangements.
  • Puts people in perfect patriotic posture...

    5
    By TheBerad
    Bought it this morning... listened to it a dozen times already. This is a beautiful arrangement from one of the most entertaining singing groups today. Honestly, I welled with tears the first few times I listened to it. It's a great time of year to be an American, and songs like this just make me think about what a blessing it is to live in this great country.

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