Daddy Sang Bass | Johnny Cash | VoicePlay A Cappella Cover

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CREDITS:
“Daddy Sang Bass” Written by Carl Perkins. OPB the legendary Johnny Cash

Arrangement: Geoff Castellucci
Video: Geoff Castellucci
Camera: Andy Montejo
Audio Mix: Ed Boyer
Production Assistants: Rek Dunn, Nick Perez, Kathy Castellucci
Location: Big Oaks Ranch, Chuluota, FL

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42 COMMENTS

  1. Have you guys looked into doing “Walk Like a Man” by The Four Seasons? It would be a good one to highlight tenor and bass singers like this one does.

  2. Everyone in Voiceplay: You all are very great singers and each of you have a very unique voice. Keep up the amazing work!

  3. 9pm – "I'm going to get an early night tonight."
    2:30am – "Daddy sang bass, momma sang tenor, me and little brother would join right in there…"

  4. Earl made a face like he accidentally did an overtone or something and got freaked out… and y'know what? That's fair cause he freaked me out too with that high note.

  5. Everyone in the comments:
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    Song name: Daddy sang bass

    Me: “yeah he did” 😏
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    Me: wtf…

  6. Me: Sings Along My Mom comes in my raom Mom: SAYS !What Are you singing Me: Sings Voiceplay Mom: Sings Tanner Me: Sings alto Dad Comes in Dad: Can I sing Basss Dad: try But fales

  7. i remember when i was a lad
    times were hard and things were bad
    but there's a silver linin' behind ev'ry cloud
    just four people that 's all we were
    tryin' to make a livin' out of black-land dirt
    but we'd get together in a family circle singin' loud

    daddy sang bass (mama sang tenor)
    me and little brother would join right in there
    singin' seems to help a troubled soul
    one of these days and it won't be long
    i'll rejoin them in a song
    i'm gonna join the family circle at the throne

    though the circle won't be broken
    by and by, lord, by and by
    daddy sang bass (mama sang tenor)
    me and little brother would join right in there
    in the sky, lord, in the sky

    now i remember after work mama would call in all of us
    you could hear us singin' for a country mile
    now little brother has done gone on
    but i'll rejoin him in a song
    we'll be together again up yonder in a little while

    daddy sang bass (mama sang tenor)
    me and little brother would join right in there
    'cause singin' seems to help a troubled soul
    one of these days and it won't be long
    i'll rejoin them in a song
    i'm gonna join the family circle at the throne

    oh no the circle won't be broken
    by and by, lord, by and by
    daddy sang bass (mama sang tenor)
    me and little brother would join right in there
    in the sky, lord, in the sky

    in the sky, lord, in the sky

  8. I like how when the families came the gentleman singing tenors boyfriend or husband joined. Why? It’s a country religious song. Where I’m from that is still not that tolerable. It is getting better. The Deep South gotta love love it.

  9. Every time they literally THROW the hay bails I have to say “YEET!” Also, 2:05 he’s pretending to sing 😂

  10. Ok I do believe it is time to put Geoff together with Tim Foust, and the god of tracks mr Peter Hollens. I could only dream of what they could do.

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