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Name:The Fourmost The Best Of Fourmost (33 Tracks)

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01_Hello Little Girl - The Fourmost .mp3 (Size: 163.35 MB) (Files: 36)

 01_Hello Little Girl - The Fourmost .mp3

4.14 MB

 02_Just In Case - The Fourmost.mp3

5.48 MB

 03_I'm In Love - The Fourmost.mp3

4.62 MB

 04_Respectable - The Fourmost.mp3

4.51 MB

 05_I Love You Too - The Fourmost.mp3

4.46 MB

 06_A Little Loving - The Fourmost.mp3

4.54 MB

 07_Waiting For You - The Fourmost.mp3

5.00 MB

 08_How Can I Tell Her - The Fourmost.mp3

5.09 MB

 09_You Got That Way - The Fourmost.mp3

4.48 MB

 10_Baby I Need Your Loving - The Fourmost.mp3

5.10 MB

 11_That's Only What They Say - The Fourmost.mp3

4.44 MB

 12_He Could Never - The Fourmost.mp3

5.20 MB

 13_My How The Time Goes By - The Fourmost.mp3

4.75 MB

 14_Girls Girls Girls - The Fourmost.mp3

5.00 MB

 15_Why Do Fools Fall In Love - The Fourmost.mp3

4.42 MB

 16_Till You Say You'll Be Mine - The Fourmost.mp3

5.85 MB

 17_Yakety Yak - The Fourmost.mp3

5.16 MB

 18_My Block - The Fourmost.mp3

5.47 MB

 19_So Fine - The Fourmost.mp3

5.31 MB

 20_Some Kind Of Wonderful - The Fourmost.mp3

4.99 MB

 21_The Girl Can't Help It - The Fourmost.mp3

5.00 MB

 22_Today I'm In Love - The Fourmost.mp3

4.84 MB

 23_The In Crowd - The Fourmost.mp3

5.24 MB

 24_Baby Sittin' Boogie - The Fourmost.mp3

4.97 MB

 25_Heebie Jeebies - The Fourmost.mp3

4.29 MB

 26_Sure To Fall (In Love With You) - The Fourmost.mp3

4.80 MB

 27_Everything In The Garden - The Fourmost.mp3

4.57 MB

 28_Stop - The Fourmost.mp3

5.50 MB

 29_Here There And Everywhere - The Fourmost.mp3

4.38 MB

 30_You've Changed - The Fourmost.mp3

4.80 MB

 31_Dawn (Go Away) - The Fourmost.mp3

5.41 MB

 32_Turn The Lights Down - The Fourmost.mp3

4.90 MB

 33_Auntie Maggie's Remedy - The Fourmost.mp3

4.98 MB

 The Fourmost - The Best Of Fourmost (back).jpg

556.72 KB

 The Fourmost - The Best Of Fourmost (front).jpg

1.14 MB

 The Fourmost - The Best Of Fourmost.nfo

4.68 KB

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The Fourmost - The Best Of Fourmost (33 Tracks)
Mp3 224 mbit/s
Included: CD Covers and this Info

The Fourmost were an English Merseybeat band that recorded in the 1960s. Their biggest UK hit single was 1964's "A Little Loving".

Lead guitarist / singer Brian O'Hara and bass guitarist / singer Billy Hatton, friends since grammar school, formed The Blue Jays in 1958. The group changed their name to the Four Jays and made their debut at the Cavern Club on 1 March 1961, nearly three weeks before The Beatles. Rhythm guitarist / singer Mike Millward (ex-The Undertakers) joined the Four Jays in November 1961, followed by the drummer/singer Dave Lovelady in September 1962. In the summer of 1963, the group - now called The Fourmost - signed a management contract with Brian Epstein. This led to their being auditioned by George Martin and signed to EMI's Parlophone record label.

With Epstein as their manager, The Fourmost (like Cilla Black, Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas, Peter and Gordon, and Tommy Quickly) had access to early Lennon/McCartney compositions felt to be unsuitable for The Beatles to record. The Fourmost's first two singles were written by John Lennon. "Hello Little Girl", one of the earliest Lennon songs (dating from 1957) was released on 30 August 1963. Their follow-up single, "I'm in Love" (Lennon/McCartney), was released on 15 November 1963. It was notable as one of the earliest Beatles' penned songs to be released in the United States but, as with the Fourmost's other singles, it failed to chart there.

Their biggest hit followed. "A Little Loving", written by Russ Alquist, reached Number 6 in the UK Singles Chart in mid 1964. But from this point on, none of their singles would crack the Top 20 in the UK, and some failed to chart at all. "How Can I Tell Her" was followed by a cover version of The Four Tops' "Baby I Need Your Loving", "Everything In The Garden", and "Girls, Girls, Girls" (originally recorded by The Coasters and a hit for Elvis Presley).

The group's only album, First and Fourmost, from September 1965, contained a version of Jackie DeShannon's "Till You Say You'll Be Mine". Other tracks included "My Block", a re-make of "The In Crowd", and cover versions of Little Richard's "The Girl Can't Help It" and "Heebie Jeebies". The band appeared in the 1965 film, Ferry Cross the Mersey and on the soundtrack album of the same name.

In August 1966, the group released a cover of another Beatles' song, "Here, There and Everywhere," followed by a cover of George Formby's "Auntie Maggie's Remedy" in November 1966. The latter song was representative of a comedic element to some of the group's recordings, songs which included "Baby Sittin' Boogie" and Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller's "Yakety Yak". The country influenced "Turn The Lights Down Low" (the b-side of "Auntie Maggie's Remedy") was a short-lived effort to branch out to less pop oriented fare.

In 1968, now recording for the CBS record label, they recorded "Apple, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie", a R&B hit by Jay & the Techniques, followed by "Rosetta" (suggested by Paul McCartney, who played piano on it), and "Easy Squeezy". The group soon stopped recording, and became popular on the cabaret circuit.

Mike Millward died from leukaemia in 1966. Brian O'Hara took his own life in 1999.

01. Hello Little Girl
02. Just In Case
03. I'm In Love
04. Respectable
05. I Love You Too
06. Little Loving
07. Waiting For You
08. How Can I Tell Her
09. You Got That Way
10. Baby I Need Your Loving
11. That's Only What They Say
12. He Could Never
13. My How The Time Goes By
14. Girls Girls Girls
15. Why Do Fools Fall In Love
16. Till You Say You'll Be Mine
17. Yakety Yak
18. My Block
19. So Fine
20. Some Kind Of Wonderful
21. Girl Can't Help It
22. Today I'm In Love
23. In Crowd
24. Baby Sittin' Boogie
25. Heebie Jeebies
26. Sure To Fall (In Love With You)
27. Everything In The Garden
28. Stop
29. Here There And Everywhere
30. You've Changed
31. Dawn
32. Turn The Lights Down
33. Auntie Maggie's Remedy

Original band members:
Brian O'Hara - born 12 March 1942, Liverpool - died 27 June 1999 - (suicide) - vocalist / lead guitarist
Mike Millward - born Michael Millward, 9 May 1942, Bromborough, Cheshire - died 7 March 1966, at Bromborough Hospital, Bromborough, Cheshire - rhythm guitarist / singer
Billy Hatton - born William Hatton, 9 June 1941, Dingle, Liverpool - bassist / singer
Dave Lovelady - born David Lovelady, 16 October 1942, Litherland, Liverpool - drummer / singer
Brian Redman born 21 June 1941, Huyton, Liverpool drummer

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