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Ames Brothers: Very Best of Ames Brothers

You, You, You
I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me
The Man With The Banjo
The Naughty Lady Of Shady Lane
My Bonnie Lassie
My Love, Your Love
Forever Darling
It Only Hurts For A Little While
Summer Sweatheart
I Saw Esau
The Game Of Love
Tammy
Melodie D' Amour
A Very Precious Love
Little Serenade
Pussy Cat
No One But You (In My Heart)
Red River Rose
China Doll
Destination Moon

Four brothers named Urick - foreign-sounding names were frequently changed back then - began singing as kids and in their Boston neighborhood. It was at Franklin Field, a semi-pro baseball park, where they played their first gigs. Much dues-paying later, they were signed to Coral Records in 1948, and their first number one was "Sentimental Me." The Ames Bros. produced a clutch of hits throughout the 1950's: "You, You, You," "The Naughty Lady Of Shady Lane," and many others. These are four young men you could bring home to mother - their romantic lyrics, sweetly orchestrated arrangements, and cheerful delivery epitomize the wholesome American optimism of this decade.

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Item code: 4535C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart
Vocal Jazz  | Accompanied | Male | United States
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