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Saturday, October 24, 2020

Voices In Love - The Four Freshmen


Time Was

Voices In Love
The Four Freshmen
Arranged and Conducted by Dick Reynolds
Capitol Records ST1074

From the back cover: Seldom has any vocal group boasted more plentiful musical talent. Bob Flanigan handles the upper vocal registers, plays trombone, and doubles on bass. Don Barbour, the second voice, plays guitar; his brother Ross sings the third part and plays both trumpet and drums, Ken Albers rounds out the group, singing bass and blowing trumpet and mellophone. Their instrumental touches drift all through the album, creating surprising accents wherever they fall.

From Billboard - October 20, 1958: The group has another likely dual-market pop and jazz click with their latest package. Backed by lush strings, they have a highly attractive sound on a fine selection of tunes. This is one of their best. Number include "Warm," "It Could Happen To You," and "In The Still Of The Night." A really fine album with excellent potential.

I've Always Chasing Rainbows
There Is No Greater Love
It Could Happen To You
Out Of Nowhere
In The Still Of The Night
I'll Remember April
While You Are Gone
Time Was (Duerme)
You're All I See
I Heard You Cried Last Night (And So Did I)

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