The Four Lads - Moments To Remember / No Not Much mp3 flac
- Album: Moments To Remember / No Not Much
- MP3: 1353 mb | FLAC: 1292 mb
- Country: US
- Style: Doo Wop, Vocal
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 976
- Format: AUD AAC TTA RA ASF DMF MP1
Moments To Remember, No Not Much (7", RE). Underground Records (3). URC-1059.
Moments to Remember is a 1955 popular song recorded by Canadian quartet The Four Lads with singer Lois Winters and spoken-word speaker Pat Kirby. The song was originally written by Robert Allen and Al Stillman for Perry Como but was turned down by Como’s management. The Four Lads recorded it in June 1955 for Columbia Records as the. B side to the single Dream On, My Love. Moments to Remember was also included in the soundtrack to the 1990 off-Broadway musical Forever Plaid. Barry Manilow recorded it for his 2006 album, The Greatest Songs of the Fifties.
Everything Goes ! by The Four Lads. View all albums . Moments To Remember. By: The Four Lads (, Pop). 1. 2. Together Wherever We Go. 3. Who Needs You. 5. There’s Only One Of You. 8. Somebody Loves Me. 9. Love Is A Many Splendored Thing. More albums from The Four Lads: Moments To Remember by The Four Lads. Johnnie Ray by The Four Lads. Breezin’ Along by The Four Lads. Everything Goes ! by The Four Lads.
Artist: The Four Lads. Featuring artist: Lois Winters, Pat Kirby. Album: Moments To Remember. January through December. We'll have moments to remember. The New Year's Eve we did the town. The day we tore the goal post down. We'll have these moments to remember. May find us gone our separate ways. The drive-in movie where we'd go. And somehow never watched the show. Though summer turns to winter. And the present disappears. Will echo through the years.
The Four Lads is a Canadian male singing quartet. In the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, the group earned many gold singles and albums. Its million-selling signature tunes include "Moments to Remember," "Standin' on the Corner," "No, Not Much," "Who Needs You?" and "Istanbul. The Four Lads made numerous television appearances including the award-winning PBS special, Moments to Remember.
The Four Lads were probably closest in sound to the Ames Brothers by the end of the '50s, but their Canadian heritage and unique influences gave them a subtly distinct character. Moments to Remember: The Very Best of the Four Lads is an excellent 21-track collection of their original hit recordings beginning with their first hit, "The Mocking Bird" from 1952, and following through to the end of their chart career in 1959. Robert Allen, Al Stillman.
No, Not Much! This song is by The Four Lads and appears on the album Moments to Remember (1970).
Watch the video for No, Not Much! from The Four Lads's 16 MOST REQUESTED SONGS for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. 16 most requested songs. Bill Haley & His Comets.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Moments To Remember
Directed By [Orchestra, Chorus] – Ray Ellis
|B||No Not Much
Orchestra, Chorus – Ray Ellis And His Orchestra And Chorus*
- Written-By – Al Stillman, Robert Allen
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