The four-part harmonies of the Four Lads made them popular live and recording stars in the mid-'50s. This album, originally recorded for Columbia, has long been sought-after by music lovers and collectors. Ray Ellis and his Orchestra team up with the Lads on such memorable renditions of Frank Loesser favorites such as "Once In Love With Amy", "Two Sleepy People", and "What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?".
Personnel includes: The Four Lads; Ray Ellis & His Orchestra.
Originally released on Columbia (1045).
Liner Note Author: Mark Marymont.
Recording information: 1957.
This pleasant vocal set from 1957 features standards, many in medley form, by Frank Loesser (along with two co-written seperately by Jule Styne and Hoagy Carmichael), including "Guys and Dolls Medley," "Where's Charley? Medley," and "Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year." The Ray Ellis Orchestra back up the Four Lads throughout this set. Those who appreciate easy listening music with beautiful harmonies will find this a welcome addition to their collection. ~ Al Campbell