Street Corner Symphony is an a cappella group from Nashville, Tennessee and a contestant on the second season of NBC's reality show The Sing-Off. During The Sing-Off's season finale, Street Corner Symphony claimed the second place title, losing the championship to Huntsville, Alabama group Committed. It was formed in 2010 for the sole purpose of entering The Sing-Off
Lucas is at her best on the snazzy, jazz-tinged "The Depths of My Soul," wherein she blends her trademark sultriness with a little more gut. The closing lullaby, "Reflections," is also quite pleasant. Focusing too much on big arrangements and production, a bulk of the set loses sight of keeping its main attraction upfront.
Street Corner Symphony (album). Street Corner Symphony is the second album by Carrie Lucas. Released in 1978 on the SOLAR Records label. Street Corner Symphony" 6:12. But My Heart Says No" 4:02. The Depths of My Soul" 3:38. The Edge of Night" 6:13. Street Corner Symphony (12 Version)" 6:12. Tic Toc (12 Version)" 5:03.
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Street Corner Symphony has been played on NTS shows including Reverie, with Symphony For The Devil (The Brit Jazz Disco Funk Dub) first played on 22 March 2014. There are two bands called Street Corner Symphony. One band hails from the 1970s and pursued Soul, Funk and Disco. The other was formed in 2010 and quickly disbanded. In 1975 Street Corner Symphony released its first single. Street Corner Symphony has been played on NTS shows including Reverie, with Symphony For The Devil (The Brit Jazz Disco Funk Dub) first played on 22 March 2014. In 1975 Street Corner Symphony released its first single "Earth Angel" (B-side: I'm Not Ready (To Let You Go)) on Bang Records (B-719).
Street Corner Symphony is a terrific collection, period. Beginning with a hauntingly sweet historic era based opening to "Buffalo Soldier" whose layered harmony sounds much larger and a "call out" lead singer asking two questions before Jimmy's base line begins, a story unto itself. What makes the album a classic is an uncanny balance of songs. For example: harmonizing The Hollies (English rock group) 1969 song, "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" and blending it with Carole King's smash hit, "You've Got A Friend