Aces, The Four

The Four Aces
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The Aces was one of the earliest and most influential of the electric Chicago blues band in the 1950s.[1] Led by the guitarist brothers Louis and Dave Myers, natives of Byhalia, Mississippi, the brothers originally performed under the name The Little Boys; with the subsequent addition of harmonica player Junior Wells, they rechristened themselves the Three Deuces, followed by the Three Aces. The 1950 enlistment of drummer Fred Below prompted another name change, this time to the Four Aces; finally, to simplify matters once and for all, the group performed as just The Aces.

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The Four Aces

1 Written On The Wind
1 Day By Day
1 Hi-Lili Hi-Lo
1 Around The World
2 What Ever Will Be Will Be (Que Sera Sera)
2 True Love
2 My Reverie
2 Heartaches

Love Is A Many Splendored Thing

1 Three Coins In The Fountain
1 True Love
1 Written On The Wind
1 There, I’ve Said It Again
2 Tell Me Why
2 Stranger In Paradise
2 Peg O’ My Heart
2 Love Is A Many Spendored Thing

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