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The Four Esquires were an American vocal group from Boston, Massachusetts. They had two hit singles in the . late in the 1950s, both on Paris Records. The first, "Love Me Forever", featured orchestral backing by Sid Bass with a female session vocalist and peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1957. It also reached on the UK Singles Chart.
That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls around Heaven All Day)" is a 1949 popular song with music by Beasley Smith and words by Haven Gillespie. Like "Ol' Man River", its lyrics contrast the toil and intense hardship of the singer's life with the obliviousness of the natural world. The biggest hit version of the song was by Frankie Laine. This recording was released by Mercury Records as catalog number 5316
Lucky Old Sun. The Four Esquires. 12. My Heart Belongs to Only You. The first, "Love Me Forever", featured orchestral backing by Sid Bass and peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1957. Caution! All audio materials of Four Esquires, The are presented solely for information.
Discover all The Four Esquires's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Covers of The Four Esquires Songs (13). Love Me Forever (1957). was covered in. Vivo Perché T'Amo by Riccardo Rauchi E Il Suo Complesso (1958). Love Me Forever by Eydie Gormé (1957). Quiéreme Siempre by Los Cinco Latinos (1959).
Lucky Old Sun. 1:510:30. 2:170:30. 13. Maybe Someday (with Susan Capone). More by Four Esquires. Wild Hits: The Untamed Hits of '50s Rock & Roll! Rubber Biscuit: Essential ‘50s Hits. 50 Favoritas de Íñigo y Pardo Vol. 7. Four by Four. The Seventeen Number Ones. Listen to Love Me Forever now. Listen to Love Me Forever in full in the this site app.