The Kirby Stone Four - Baubles, Bangles And Beads album
The Kirby Stone Four were an American vocal ensemble popular in the 1950s and early 1960s. Kirby Stone founded the group in the years after World War II and began playing clubs in the New York area. They won slots on local television, including The Ed Sullivan Show, and soon after signed to Columbia Records. Several LPs followed, including Baubles, Bangles and Beads; their version of the song "Baubles, Bangles and Beads" became a hit in the .
As well as recording, The Kirby Stone Four appeared on television and in nightclubs across the USA (including their own Kirby Stone Fourum club in New York City), and toured overseas. In the latter half of the 1960s, Larry left the group to once more pursue a solo career as an impressionist, and he was replaced by Jimmy Hassell. However, this line-up was fairly short-lived, and by the end of the decade the Kirby Stone Four had disbanded. Kirby, however, continued touring and recording into the 1970s, with Kirby Stone & The Ethnic Family and The Kirby Stone Company
The Kirby Stone Four. Baubles Bangles and Beads. 04. Fugue for Tinhorns. The Kirby Stone Four. 05. In the Good Old Summer. 07. Zing Went the Strings of my Heart. 08. Let's Do It Let's Fall in Love. 09. When My Sugar Walks Down the Street.
The Kirby Stone Four - Lullaby of Broadway 02:25. The Kirby Stone Four - Fugue for Tin Horns 02:04. The Kirby Stone Four - In the Good Old Summertime 02:07. The Kirby Stone Four - Rain 02:23. The Kirby Stone Four - Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart 02:26. The Kirby Stone Four - Let's Do It 02:22. The Kirby Stone Four - When My Sugar Walks Down the Street 02:00. The Kirby Stone Four - Swingin' Down the Lane 02:09. The Kirby Stone Four - Lady Love Me 02:20. The Kirby Stone Four - Whispering 02:38.
Songs from Baubles, Bangles and Beads by The Kirby Stone Four. Free download and listen Baubles, Bangles and Beads.
The single reached only number 25 on the pop charts, but the album of the same name reached the Top 15. The album consists of show tunes and pop and jazz standards very similar in presentation to the title track, but not quite as over-the-top