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✨✧ Four PrepsFour Preps On Campus/Campus Encore ... CD
Collectors Choice, Early 60s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Dreamy harmony vocals – in the mode of The Four Freshmen or the Hi-Los, but perhaps with a slightly more youthful bent (they are "preps" after all!) The CD brings together 2 of the Preps' best albums on Capitol – for a total of 19 tracks that include "Young & Foolish", "Their Hearts Were Full Of Spring", "He's Goin Away", "Heart & Soul", "Come To The Dance", "Sphinx Won't Tell", and "Suzy Cockroach". Also includes the "Big Draft medley" and the "More Money For You And Me medley". CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Ray Charles SingersAl-Di-La & Other Extra Special Songs For Young Lovers ... CD
Collectors Choice, 1964. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
(Vocalists, Now Sound) CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Ray Charles SingersSomething Special For Young Lovers ... CD
Collectors Choice, 1964. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
(Vocalists, Now Sound) CD
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✨✧ Joe HarnellFly Me To The Moon & The Bossa Nova Pops ... CD
Collectors Choice, 1962. Used ... Out Of Stock
A pop instrumental album, but a really tremendous one – filled with snapping bossa rhythms, and recorded with a really wonderful sound! Pianist Joe Harnell is at the head of the set here – working the keys in a bold, echoey way that's a bit like Roger Williams – but the real star is almost the uncredited group of players on the record, because they come together wonderfully – with fluid strings, acoustic percussion, and some wonderful woodwind passages that glide like some of the best Brazilian orchestrations at the time – not to mention a saxophonist who adds some especially great touches to a few tracks! There's a boldness and flowing groove here that's really wonderful – far more than just a bossa rehash, and more an early attempt to work Brazilian influences towards American instrumental pop – and the whole thing's great throughout, on the bossa hit "Fly Me To The Moon", plus other tracks that include "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To", "Eso Beso", "Loads Of Love", "Midnight Sun", "One Note Samba", and "Senza Fine". CD
 
 
 



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