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March 31, 2008


Thomas MacEntee

I've always been a big fan of a capella, beginning in college at George Washington University - many of my friends were in the group called the GW Troubadors. On my iPod you will often find local Chicago ensembles that sing at Davenports, as well the Swingle Singers (remember them?), Anonymous 4, and any track of gospel done in the a capella form.

As for me, while in my shower stall at home I may sound fantastic as an a capella singer, not so much while I am on the CTA platform waiting for the Red Line train. Sigh.

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