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The Four Freshmen
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Song NameComposer
My Shining HourArlen / Mercer
Moonlight in VermontSuessdorf / Blackburn
Get Out of TownPorter
Where Do You Start?Mandel / A Bergman / M Bergman
Straighten Out And Fly RightCole / Mills
More LoveSegal
Close Enough For LoveMandel / Williams
Once In AwhileGreen / Edwards
Meaning of the BluesTroup
Walkin' My Baby Back HomeTurk / Albert

Under the direction of original Freshman Bob Flanigan, this recent release (on Pat Boone's independent label, no less) maintains the quality of the original group, with an absolute allegiance to the unmistakable chord voicings of their style! Accompanied, with the group members playing their own instruments in Frosh tradition, songs such as "Walkin' My Baby Back Home" and "Straighten Up And Fly Right" will have you reveling with joy. "Meaning Of The Blues" (written by Bobby Troup) and "Moonlight In Vermont" are redolent with a liquid sensuality that hasn't lost its magic after all these years.

Item code: 4786C | 1 CD | $15.98 add item to cart
Vocal Jazz  | Accompanied | Male | United States

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