The Four Lads
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Standing On the Corner
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Moments To Remember [Album Version]
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Istanbul (Not Constantinople)
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No Not Much
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Sha-boom

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    The Four Lads were experts at close harmony and a cappella and were very much influenced by Negro spirituals and gospel music. They scored a number of pop Top 100 hits during the early '50s, including "The Mockingbird" (1952), "Skokian" (1954), "Moments to Remember" (1955), and "No, Not Much!" and "Standing on the Corner" (both in 1956). Their initial break came while backing Johnny Ray on his early-'50s hits "Cry" and "The Little White Cloud That Cried" for Columbia Records. The Four Lads launched their professional career in 1950, singing in local clubs around Toronto, Cana... Read more

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