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Customer Reviews

Live in the New Millennium

You talk about lasting. This album continues the sound that was started in the late 50's. The orginal four would be proud.

The New Four Freshmen

I think that those who have blasted this group should take a step back and perhaps go hear them. They are being directed and mentored by Bob Flanigan and Ross Barbour of the original group. It's a way of keeping the legacy alive. And they do a terrific job.

Wish I could see them live

This album has the only freshmen version of "I concentrate on you" (Cole Porter) I can find and it's an excellent version. Also, there's not many groups where the individuals are so accomplished as these guys, vocally and intrumentally. Their "Live in Holland" album also has some great versions - "Poicianna" is amazing. Long live the freshmen.


Formed: 1948 in Indianapolis, IN

Genre: Pop

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 repertoire...
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