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Album Review

This British budget compilation is subtitled "20 harmonizing hits." Drawn without acknowledgment from the Andrews Sisters' recordings for Decca Records originally released on singles between 1937 and 1943, the tracks include 14 of the sisters' chart entries from the period, among them the chart-topper "Bei Mir Bist Du Schöen" and such major hits as "Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar," "Hold Tight (Want Some Seafood Mama)," "The Beer Barrel Polka (Roll out the Barrel)," "Say Si Si (Para Vigo Me Voy)," "I'll Be With You in Apple Blossom Time," and "Well, All Right." However, the Andrews Sisters' biggest hits are available on so many compilations that collectors may find this album more interesting for some of its lesser-known selections, such as "I Love You Much Too Much" and "Long Time, No See."


Formed: 1932 in Minneapolis, MN

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s

The Andrews Sisters were the most successful female vocal group of the first half of the 20th century in the U.S. One source lists 113 singles chart entries by the trio between 1938-1951, an average of more than eight per year. They boasted an exuberant, close-harmony style well-suited to cheery novelty songs, and their intricate vocal arrangements and rhythmic ability mirrored the sound of the swing bands that constituted their chief competition in their heyday. But, in a sense, they had no competition....
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