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The Four Freshmen - Angel Eyes The Best Of album flac Performer: The Four Freshmen
Title: Angel Eyes The Best Of
Style: Vocal, Swing, Ballad
Released: 2003
MP3 album: 1985 mb
FLAC album: 1744 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: AC3 TTA WMA XM ADX FLAC MP1
Genre: Jazz / Pop

Their album Four Freshmen and 5 Trombones "set the standard for modern jazz vocal groups" and reached number . .After only a short time with the group, Ken Errair left the band to get married, and was replaced by Ken Albers In 1960, the Freshmen recorded "Their Hearts Were Full of Spring", a song which, with different lyrics, later became The Beach Boys' "A Young Man Is Gone" in 1963.

Angel Eyes" is a 1946 popular song composed by Matt Dennis, with lyrics by Earl Brent. It was featured in the 1953 film Jennifer. Angel Eyes" is a jazz standard which has inspired many interpretations.

The Four Freshmen were one of the top vocal groups of the 1950s, and formed the bridge between '40s ensembles like Mel-Tones and harmony-based rock & roll bands such as the Beach Boys as well as groups like Spanky & Our Gang and the Manhattan Transfer. The group's roots go back to the end of the 1940s and a barbershop quartet-influenced outfit called Hal's Harmonizers, organized at the Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Butler University in Indiana by two brothers, Ross and Don Barbour. A couple of membership changes brought Bob Flanigan, a cousin, into the fold alongside Hal Kratzsch, and suddenly the Four Freshmen were assembled in all but name, and that fell into place a little later. More Info Group Photos Group Videos. Media Articles Obituary, Los Angeles Times, Ross Barbour dies at 82; original member of the Four Freshmen.

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1: Four Freshmen: Four Freshmen And 5 Trombones (1955) Doing exactly what it says on the gloriously modernist artwork (with a small rhythm section thrown into the mix as well), Four Freshmen And 5 Trombones was the first album that The Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson ever bought. formidable outfit up with the best of them during the Joe Walsh years. 9: Quicksilver Messenger Service: Just for Love (August 1970) Having spent the earlier part of their career stretching out on psychedelic improvisations, Quicksilver Messenger Service entered the new decade with renewed purpose and a harder sound – with no small thanks to the return of t Dino Valenti, who was back in the fold after a brief spell in prison.

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Music from two different occasions are combined on this CD reissue. The four songs from 1960 match the great tenor Gene Ammons with Frank Wess (doubling on flute and tenor), organist Johnny "Hammond" Smith, bassist Doug Watkins, and drummer Art Taylor. Wess, one of jazz's great flutists, battles Ammons on tenor to a draw on "Water Jug," while the leader takes "Angel Eyes" as his memorable feature

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 There Wil Never Be Another You
2 Angel Eyes
Composed By – Earl Brent*, Matt Dennis
3 My Funny Valentine
Composed By – Richard Rodgers
4 Somebody Loves Me
Composed By – George Gershwin
5 You've Got Me Crying Again
6 Goodbye
7 Holiday
8 In This Whole Wide World
9 Malaya
10 Them There Eyes
11 There's No One But You

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: B15701 GFSCD575 MCS 01
  • Barcode: 5 033107 157525