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The Four Freshmen Blue World

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catalog number: CDACMEM082

weight in Kg 0,100

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The Four Freshmen: Blue World

(2006/CHERRY RED) 20 tracks 1950-55


The Four Freshmen - Blue World Medium 1
1: Now You Know
2: It's A Blue World
3: Stormy Weather
4: The Day Isn't Long Enough
5: Poinciana
6: Baltimore Oriole
7: I'll Be Seeing You
8: It Happened Once Before
9: Over The Rainbow
10: After You
11: Mood Indigo
12: It Never Occured To Me
13: Day By Day
14: How Can I Tell Her
15: In The Whole Wide World
16: Mam'selle
17: Speak Low
18: Our Love Is Here To Stay
19: Somebody Loves Me
20: We'll Be Together Again


Artikeleigenschaften von The Four Freshmen: Blue World

  • Interpret: The Four Freshmen

  • Albumtitel: Blue World

  • Format CD
  • Genre Pop

  • Music Genre Pop
  • Music Style Pop Vocal
  • Music Sub-Genre 281 Pop Vocal
  • Title Blue World
  • Release date 2006

  • SubGenre Pop - Vocal Pop

  • EAN: 5013929308220

  • weight in Kg 0.100

Artist description "Four Freshmen, The"


US Vocal Group 1940s to present


In 1948, four young men created a sound that forever changed the way vocal jazz harmony was heard and performed. Known as The Four Freshmen, the group started with two brothers, Don and Ross Barbour, their cousin Bob Flanigan, and friend Hal Kratzsch. With a soaring, true tenor in Bob Flanigan, the group created a sound that has endured for over 6 decades. Hal Kratzsch sang the bass part and played trumpet. He sang the bass part with a big sound, laying the foundation for the Barbour brothers to add their beautiful inner part stylings. Ross sang the 3rd part and played drums. Don sang the 2nd part and played guitar. Thus, the original Four Freshmen was born and began touring, playing bowling alleys and small clubs across the country. 


Early on in their career, the Freshmen met Stan Kenton. He had heard the rumors of a vocal group that sounded like his band. The Freshmen were all fans of Kenton and in many ways, modeled their sound after the Kenton trombone section. Once Kenton heard them, he was hooked. He loved the group and believed in them so much that he approached Capitol and essentially got the Freshmen signed in 1950. This led to a fruitful partnership between Capitol Records and the Freshmen for over 10 years. During the Capitol years, the Freshmen had some of their biggest hits, including their first hit with Capitol called "It's A Blue World."

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