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The Four Aces
Golden Memories

(It's No) Sin
Tell Me Why
A Garden In The Rain
You Brought Me Love
Two Little Kisses
Whose To Blame
I'm Yours
I Understand
Should I
Heart and Soul
Just Squeeze Me (But Don't Tease Me)
La Rosita
Take Me In Your Arms
I'll Never Smile Again
You Fooled Me
If You Take My Heart Away
Organ Grinder's Swing
Honey In The Horn
False Love
Don't Forget Me
Laughing On The Outside (Crying On The Inside)
Stranger In Paradise
The Gang That Sang
So Long
Let's Fall In Love
Three Coins In The Fountain
Wedding Bells (Are Breaking Up That Old Gang Of Mine)
It's A Woman's World
Mister Sandman
Melody Of Love
There Is A Tavern In The Town
There Goes My Heart
Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing
A Woman In Love
Of This I'm Sure

A pair of Philadelphia boys, Al Alberts and Dave Mahoney, finding themselves in the North Atlantic in the Navy in WWII, killed time by singing together. Joining two more local boys, Rosario and Louis, they formed the Four Aces, following in the footsteps of the Ames Brothers. Their first hit was "(It's No) Sin," which was shopped to no avail to New York record companies, and finally released by Al, who started his own record company, Victoria Records, to do it. The song peaked on Billboard's charts at #4 in 1951, and the Aces were quickly signed by Decca. The group-written "Tell Me Why," "A Garden in the Rain," "Perfidia," "I'm Yours" and "Heart and Soul" were next to climb high on the charts. Appearing frequently on TV, Aces singles "La Rosita," "Just Squeeze Me," "Laughing on the Outside" and "The Gang that Sang (Heart of My Heart)" were among 8 of the group's hits in 1952. "Stranger in Paradise" went to #2 on the charts, which the Aces finally topped with the theme from the movie "Three Coins in a Fountain." Popular hits "Dream" and "So Long," followed, and "Mr. Sandman" and "Melody of Love" scored in Billboard's top five before the floodgates of Rock 'n Roll opened in 1955, and even that year the Aces had another chart-topper with "Love is a Many Splendored Thing." Here is a fabulous 3 CD box set collection of all their greatest hits.

Item code: 3095C | 3 CDs | $17.95 add item to cart
Vintage | Accompanied | Male | United States

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