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Four Freshmen: Easy Street DVD

Day By Day
You're So Far Above Me
Love Is Just Around the Corner
You Stepped Out of a Dream
Charmaine
Got a Date with an Angel
Easy Street
After You've Gone
Somebody Loves Me
It's a Blue World
He Who Loves and Runs Away
Crazy Bones
The Day Isn't Long Enough
How Do You Like Your Eggs in the Morning?
Someone Like You
We'll Be Together Again
This Can't Be Love
Graduation Day
Frosty the Snowman
Love Turns Winter to Spring
There'll Never Be Another You

"Easy Street" is a rare treat, an opportunity to see the Four Freshmen (Bob Flanigan, Ken Albers and the Barbour brothers, Don and Ross) in their prime, in a live (black and white) performance on the Ray Anthony show in 1956! Featured are 21 of the 4F's favorite pop hits: "Day By Day," "You're So Far Above Me," "Charmaine," "Got A Date With an Angel," The Day Isn't Long Enough," "How Do You Like Your Eggs in the Morning," "Someone Like You," "Graduation Day," "There'll Never Be Another You," the title tune, and our personal favorite, "It's a Blue World." The four play their own instruments, or act in little skits, singing "You Stepped Out of a Dream" to a librarian who tries to keep her composure, for instance. It's a corny 1956 variety show, the Four Freshmen are singing with their bright, fresh sound and ringing harmonies, and we've got a front-row seat!"

Item code: 4589DVD | DVD | $28.98 |add item to cart
Vocal Jazz  | Some a cappella | Male | United States
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