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Day by Day

The Four Freshmen

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Day by Day consists of 15 tracks recorded in 1962 for broadcast on a public-service program sponsored by the Navy. Though these cuts aren't as polished as the album versions, most of the Four Freshmen's best-known songs are here: "Their Hearts Were Full of Spring," the title track, "Route 66," and "Lulu's Back in Town." The arrangements are loose, and the solos are a bit more sprightly than their original versions. "Once in Love with Amy," recorded with Russ Barbour doing his best Donald Duck impersonation, will strike listeners as either hilarious or abrasive.

Biography

Formed: 1948 in Indianapolis, IN

Genre: Vocal

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The Four Freshmen were one of the top vocal groups of the 1950s, and formed the bridge between '40s ensembles like the 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. Their...
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