Four Tunes: Singles Collection 1947-59

Four Tunes SKU: 41597651
Four Tunes: Singles Collection 1947-59

Four Tunes: Singles Collection 1947-59

Four Tunes SKU: 41597651

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Title: Singles Collection 1947-59
Artist: Four Tunes
Label: Acrobat
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 824046910921
Genre: Soul/R & B

The Four Tunes were a doowop quartet which evolved from The Brown Dots and The Sentimentalists during the mid-1940s, initially performing in the traditional style of Groups like the Ink Spots and Mills Brothers, but moving towards the more R&B-styled doowop genre by the end of the decade, and developed a more pop-oriented approach than many other groups of the era. Featuring baritone Pat Best, tenors Jimmie Nabbie and Danny Owens, and bass Jimmy Gordon for the majority of their primary career, they were one of the most respected and highly-regarded harmony quartets of the classic doowop years. This excellent-value 75-track 3-CD set comprises a significant proportion of the A & B sides of their singles during these years on the Manor, Columbia, RCA, Jubilee and Crosby labels, including their hit recordings with Savannah Churchill. It features their No. 2 R&B and No. 13 pop hit "Marie" and their No. & R&B and No. 6 pop hit "I Understand (Just How You Feel)", both from 1953,)", and their 1948 pop and R&B Top 20 hits with Savannah Churchill "Time Out For Tears" and "I Want To Cry". With a repertoire encompassing Great American Songbook standards and contemporary R&B compositions, this collection traces their career and the progression of their style from the immediate post-war years into the rock 'n' roll era, and provides a fine showcase for their acutely developed talents as a harmony group.

Tracks:
1.1 (I Wonder) Where Is My Love
1.2 Sometime, Someplace, Somewhere
1.3 Wrapped in a Dream
1.4 I Found Love When I Found You
1.5 Dreams
1.6 I Understand
1.7 Time Out for Tears
1.8 All My Dreams (If All My Dreams Would Only Come True)
1.9 Little Jane
1.10 I Want to Cry
1.11 Someday
1.12 Confess
1.13 Don't Know
1.14 Don't You Ever Mind
1.15 How Can I Make You Believe in Me
1.16 My Muchacha
1.17 Karen Lynn
1.18 Take My Lonely Heart
1.19 You're Heartless
1.20 Careless Love
1.21 I'm Just a Fool in Love
1.22 The Lonesome Road
1.23 Am I Blue
1.24 There Goes My Heart
1.25 Kentucky Babe
2.1 Old Fashioned Love
2.2 Say When
2.3 Cool Water
2.4 How Can You Say That I Don't Care
2.5 The Last Round-Up
2.6 Wishing You Were Here Tonight
2.7 Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie
2.8 May That Day Never Come
2.9 The Prisoner's Song
2.10 I Married An Angel
2.11 Early in the Morning
2.12 My Buddy
2.13 I'll See You in My Dreams
2.14 Come What May
2.15 Greatest Song I Ever Heard
2.16 I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire
2.17 Let's Give Love Another Chance
2.18 Don't Get Around Much Anymore
2.19 Water Boy
2.20 Marie
2.21 I Gambled with Love
2.22 I Understand Just How You Feel
2.23 Sugar Lump
2.24 My Wild Irish Rose
2.25 Do-Do-Do It Again
3.1 The Greatest Feeling in the World
3.2 Lonesome
3.3 L'amour Toujours, L'amour
3.4 Don't Cry Darling
3.5 I Sold My Heart to the Junkman
3.6 Good News (Chariot's Comin')
3.7 Let Me Go Lover
3.8 I Hope
3.9 I Close My Eyes
3.10 Tired of Waitin'
3.11 Time Out for Tears
3.12 Brooklyn Bridge
3.13 Three Little Chickens
3.14 You Are My Love
3.15 At the Steamboat River Ball
3.16 Rock and Roll Call
3.17 Our Love
3.18 I Gotta Go
3.19 Hold Me Closer
3.20 Dancing with Tears in My Eyes
3.21 Far Away Places
3.22 The Ballad of James Dean
3.23 The Japanese Farewell Song (Sayonara)
3.24 A Little on the Lonely Side
3.25 Don't You Run Away (And Leave Me)

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