4 Bel-Aires

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The 4 Bel-Aires represent the many, many R&B groups that recorded a single record and then seemingly faded completely out of sight. The start of the 4 Bel-Aires was at the Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, in Georgetown, D.C. There, in 1955, bass Vernon Ricks and baritone Robert "Slick" Russell started harmonizing on R&B songs when they worked in the kitchen on Sunday mornings. They were eventually joined by first tenor Alfred "Nookie" Robinson (whose name is usually shown, incorrectly, as "Albert"). © 2007, 2009 by Marv Goldberg
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4 Bel-Aires Discography Tracks

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LM 1001 4 Bel-Aires - The Best Of The Washington And Baltimore Groups, Volume 1 album art Various Where Are You and 1 more… Various - The Best Of The Washington And Baltimore Groups, Volume 1(LP, Comp) Not On Label LM 1001 US Unknown Sell This Version