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Four Freshmen: Collectors Series

Song NameComposer
It's A Blue WorldB. Wright / C. Forrest
The Day Isn't Long EnoughB. Carey / G. Howard
PoincianaN. Simon / B. Bernier
It Happened Once BeforeBobby Troup
Please RememberW. Gross / B. Troup
We'll Be Together AgainC. Fischer / F. Laine
Mood IndigoEllington / Mills / Bigard
It Never Occurred To MePersons / Oken / Coleman
Day By DayStordahl / Cahn / Weston
How Can I Tell HerJ. Livingston / R. Evans
CharmaineE. Rapee / L. Pollack
In This Whole Wide WorldG. Roland / J. Cascales
Angel EyesM. Dennis / E. Brent
Love Is Just Around The CornerL. Gensler / L. Robin
Graduation DayJ. Sherman / N. Sherman
Whistle Me Some BluesParker / Denison / Holiday
It Could Happen To YouJ. Van Heusen / J. Burke
CandyKramer / David / Whitney
Route 66Bobby Troup
Their Hearts were Full Of SpringBobby Troup
And So It's OverRoss Barbour

The Four Freshmen were signed to Capitol afer auditioning for the label in 1950, an audition set up for them courtesy of bandleader Stan Kenton, who had heard them when they were appearing at the Esquire Lounge in Denton, Ohio. The band's history is described in detail in the booklet included with the CD, which contains twenty-one Freshmen tunes (all accompanied) from their Capitol Records years, commencing in 1952. Contains the best-known hits "Graduation Day," "Day by Day," "Poinciana," "Route 66," "Their Hearts Were Full Of Spring," "It's A Blue World," and so many more. The Four Freshmen, who played all of their own instruments, were the sound of the 1950's.

Item code: 4774C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart
Vocal Jazz  | Accompanied | Male | United States
CAP93197.2

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