Top Four Freshmen Albums
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Live At The Franklin Theatre
Live At The Franklin Theatre
[2014]
Live
Live
[2013]
The 4 Freshmen
The 4 Freshmen
[2013]
Time Was
Time Was
[2013]
Graduation Day
Graduation Day
[2013]
Love & Love Lost
Love & Love Lost
[2013]
Over the Rainbow - EP
Over the Rainbow - EP
[2012]
The Four Freshmen Day By Day
The Four Freshmen Day By Day
[2012]
Love Songs
Love Songs
[2012]
And 5 Trombones + and 5 Saxes (Bonus Track Version)
And 5 Trombones + and 5 Saxes (Bonus Track Version)
[2012]
Vintage Vocal Jazz / Swing No. 186 - EP: Somebody Loves Me
Vintage Vocal Jazz / Swing No. 186 - EP: Somebody Loves Me
[2011]
Voices in Fun
Voices in Fun
[2011]
Voices in Modern
Voices in Modern
[2010]
Four Freshmen and Five Guitars
Four Freshmen and Five Guitars
[2010]
The Four Freshmen & LIVE Trombones
The Four Freshmen & LIVE Trombones
[2009]
The Four Freshmen - Their Very Best
The Four Freshmen - Their Very Best
[2009]
Voices In Love
Voices In Love
[2008]
Snowfall
Snowfall
[2007]
In Session
In Session
[2005]
Live In Holland
Live In Holland
[2004]
Still Fresh
Still Fresh
[2004]
Live In the New Millennium - At the Annenberg
Live In the New Millennium - At the Annenberg
[2002]
The Ep Collection
The Ep Collection
[2000]
Four Freshmen (Live)
Four Freshmen (Live)
[1999]
In Concert
In Concert
[1998]
Great Gentlemen of Song: Spotlight On the Four Freshmen
Great Gentlemen of Song: Spotlight On the Four Freshmen
[1996]
Day By Day
Day By Day
[1994]
Freshmas!
Freshmas!
[1992]
Capitol Collectors Series: The Four Freshmen
Capitol Collectors Series: The Four Freshmen
[1991]
Live Newport
Live Newport
[1959]
French Lick - Live - EP
French Lick - Live - EP
[1958]
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Related Information for Four FreshmenThe Four Freshmen began as a American vocal group popular from the 1950s through to the early 1960s. Founded by brothers Ross and Don Barbour in 1948 as freshmen at Butler University, the other two original members included their cousin Bob Flanigan and Hal Kratzsch. Well-known for their multi-part harmonies, they are notable as early purveyors of vocalese and as the forerunners of vocal-harmony based rock music, particularly that of The Beach Boys. read more