MEN RECORDINGS "On That Shore" and "Sweet Rivers" are now available on CD Baby and iTunes. ACDA Northwest also has some MEN tracks available, however, their tracks are live recordings from our performances at ACDA conventions, and are not associated with MEN.
NO TIME - Released Sept 25, 2016 Selections are: Praise Ye The Lord - written by Dan Davison, Tu Es Petrus, Distress - written by Reg Unterseher, Invictus - written by Andy Marshall, No Time, Weep No More, Hard Times Come Again No More, Just A Closer Walk With Thee - arranged by Kirk Marcy Little Lion Man, Stars and Stripes Forever - arranged for voices by Ryan Smit Irish Blessing
On That Shore Selections are: O Sing To The Lord, Tu Es Petrus, Ute Sundance, Wana Baraka, In The Sweet By and By, Hold On, El Paisanito, Khorumi, When I Hear Her I Have Wings, Hard Times Come Again No More, Somewhere Over The Rainbow, All of Me, The Steady Light.
Four of the pieces were either written or arranged by members of MEN. The songs are all from our concert sets over the last 3 years. THIS ALBUM NOW AVAILABLE ON iTunes and CD Baby http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/maleensemblenorthwest2
Sweet Rivers This album is now available on iTunes and CD Baby http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/maleensemblenorthwest This album, recorded in 2007, is mostly a collection of songs either written by MEN members or songs written especially for the ensemble by others. This album includes a wide variety of genre from the Celtic Songs of Vijay Singh, all the way to arrangements of tunes by the Beatles. Selections are: Timor et Tremor, Shout for Joy, Alleluia, Sweet Rivers, When I Hear the Trumpet Sound, A City Called Heaven, Fergus and Mollie, Lament of a Fisher's Wife, Finnan Haddie, Soon and Very Soon, I Will, Eleanor Rigby and Irish Blessing.
A TRIBUTE TO NORMAN LUBOFF MEN's "tribute" album contains arrangements and original compositions by one of the most renown of American choral musicians, Norman Luboff. Luboff, one of the great American choral conductors and arrangers was the inspiration for many aspiring choral directors. His many albums, including: "Songs of the West," "Songs of the South," and "Songs of the Sea," are well worth revisiting for their warmth and richness of harmony, especially for the male voice. Song titles are: Dream A Little Dream, But Beautiful, Sense You Went Away, Yellow Bird, Valencianita, Carmen Carmella, Aupres De Ma Blonde, A-Roving, Rio Grande, Lowlands, The Old Chisholm Trail, Colorado Trail, Doney Gal, Whoopie Ti Yi Yo, Cool Water, Streets of Laredo, Tender Love, Red River Valley
Promised Land Songs of America This album is currently out of print. This group's first recording is called Promised Land (Songs of America). Reviewer Jerry Weseley Harris sums it up by saying, "(this) is an important addition to the choral music library of all people who enjoy a variety of choral literature presented with the highest standards of choral artistry." The album is divided into the following groups: American Hymns, Spirituals,Songs of the Civil War, Songs of the West, Songs of the Sea, and American Television Themes. Harris was so taken with the humor and skill shown in the TV themes medley he said this alone was worth the price of the album. This album is currently out of print.