"Kentucky Babe"/"Old Fashioned Love"
by The Four Tunes
on RCA Victor 50-0085-A/B
released in 1950
Above: Newspaper clipping from January 7, 1950: The Four Tunes, RCA Victor's sensational singing find, enjoy pefectly recorded playbacks of latest Victor hits on the new 45 RPM phonograph. All the "tunes" agree that the "Swing to 45" is the thing. The quartet's latest RCA Victor waxing, "Lonesome Road," backed up by "A Fool In Love" is slated to be a hit, reviewers say.
Photo (L-R): Jimmie Nabbie, Pat Best, Danny Owens, Jim Gordon.
Click HERE for The Pat Best Web Site, including an article about The Brown Dots/Four Tunes by Marv Goldberg.
Above: RCA Victor 50-0085 recorded on 11/15/49 and released in May 1950. The Four Tunes' first six 45-rpm releases on RCA Victor were on orange "wax". The first was released on 5/13/49.
Click HERE for a May 1949 RCA Ad announcing the new 45-rpm format.
Listen to this week's selections: [Audio restoration by Dave Saviet.]
A) Click on an option below to listen to The Four Tunes using Streaming RealAudio.
Kentucky Babe - RCA Victor 50-0085-A - 1950
Old Fashioned Love - RCA Victor 50-0085-B - 1950
"BOTH SONGS" played in sequence
B) Click on an option below to listen to The Four Tunes using Downloading RealAudio.
Kentucky Babe - RCA Victor 50-0085-A - 1950 (file size=433KB)
Old Fashioned Love - RCA Victor 50-0085-B - 1950 (file size=438KB)
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