Proper Introduction to the Four Aces: Heart and Soul

Proper Introduction to the Four Aces: Heart and Soul

by The Four Aces
     
 

A Proper Introduction to the Four Aces: Heart and Soul is an excellent 25-track collection of the vocal group's original recordings, beginning with the 1951 debut hit "(It's No) Sin" and continuing through the majority of the group's early Decca singles, such as "Stranger in Paradise," "Three Coins in the Fountain," "La Rosita," "Mister Sandman," and "WeddingSee more details below

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A Proper Introduction to the Four Aces: Heart and Soul is an excellent 25-track collection of the vocal group's original recordings, beginning with the 1951 debut hit "(It's No) Sin" and continuing through the majority of the group's early Decca singles, such as "Stranger in Paradise," "Three Coins in the Fountain," "La Rosita," "Mister Sandman," and "Wedding Bells (Are Breaking Up That Old Gang of Mine)." Since this compilation ends at 1954, the chart-topping movie theme "Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing," released in 1955, is omitted. Even so, Heart and Soul contains just about everthing else you could want from this smooth harmony vocal group.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/23/2005
Label:
Proper Introduction
UPC:
0805520060806
catalogNumber:
2080

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Four Aces   Primary Artist
Alberts   Vocals
Dave Mahoney   Vocals
Lou Silvestri   Vocals
Jack Pleis & His Orchestra   Track Performer
Rosario "Sod" Voccaro   Vocals

Technical Credits

Russ Morgan   Composer
Irving Mills   Composer
Tompall Glaser   Composer
Marty Gold   Composer
Alberts   Composer
Sammy Cahn   Composer
Kim Gannon   Composer
Will Hudson   Composer
Mitchell Parish   Composer
Jule Styne   Composer
Adam Komorowski   Annotation
George Forrest   Composer
Robert Mellin   Composer
Mabel Wayne   Composer
Traditional   Composer
Cyril Mockridge   Composer
Gus Haenschen   Composer
Remus Harris   Composer
Irving Melsher   Composer
Sarah-May Stanley Gustar   Artwork

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