Loading...

Accoustix I'm Afraid the Masquerade Is Over

60,838 views

Loading...

Loading...

Loading...

Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Jun 30, 2007

Another Acoustix piece that is very entertaining

  • Category

  • License

    • Standard YouTube License

Comments • 43

sonyahannah
Gently slammed my heart and mind back into my youth, hearing my mother sing this about my father, whom she never ceased to love. . . 
matrix86
Acoustix is my first love...they're the ones who brought me to barbershop. But it's Max Q, Vocal Spectrum, and Crossroads that keep me here.
bassinger07
I believe it's been published by the Society.
Icyveins906
The damn "tap, tap" noise in some places in the vid is killing me. Can you clean the vid? Awesome nonetheless.
cici nunez
The lyrics are moving enough, but the way it is sung...with so much love and heart makes me cry everytime =)
Jon Vaughn
Wow this is amazing. Julien Neel and Sonny Vande Putte did a collaboration of The Way You Look Tonight and it sounded much like this. Props
Indexter
Their exit from the stage is also perfectly coordinated, and the judges take note of that sort of thing. How many times do you practice that to get it perfect for comp? These guys were so polished.
Daniel Gross
I found this interesting... I would also attribute this to the fact that Oxley sang opera in college, so his style is very round and "big". There's about a fifteen year difference between Acoustix's championship year and Max Q's arrival, so one could also attribute that as he got older, he may have lost the ability to project in the same way, or as you said, changed his resonance because of experience.
juancillo
When comparing Acoustix and Max-Q i'm not going to say which one I think is better. Just remark that as I listen to them the greatest difference i hear is the bass singing technique. I think Jeff has gradualy changed his way of singing (in barbershop) from a more lyrical (more round sound, with more low harmonics) to a more "fit-to-the-style" technique. This fact affects the sound quality of the whole in each case. It's just different, but both superb ;)
james Shubert
the lead/bass match is reminiscent of my all-time favorite quartet... "Boston Common". I was in the audience when "Grandma's Boys" were boo'd for scoring more than the BC. I'm afraid that even though I was from the Illinois District, in my heart I agreed with them.
When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.

Up next


to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...