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The Four R's Featuring Roger Arnold - Try Me On For Sighs Mp3

  • Performer: The Four R's Featuring Roger Arnold
  • Album: Try Me On For Sighs
  • Label: Meteor Productions
  • Catalog #: USR 9630
  • MP3: 1102 mb | FLAC: 2069 mb
  • Country: US
  • Style: Vocal, Country
  • Rating: 4.0/5
  • Votes: 347
  • Category: Pop / Country & Folk
The Four R's Featuring Roger Arnold - Try Me On For Sighs Mp3


1My Woman, My Woman, My Wife
Written-By – Marty Robbins
2Take Your Time
4Four Walls
5Road Of Life
6Country Roads
7Anna Marie
8Tumbling Tumbleweeds
9The Best Is Yet To Come
10Green, Green Grass Of Home


  • Alto Vocals, PianoMurna Hadley
  • Backing BandBig Blue Country
  • Baritone VocalsRoland Hadley
  • BassDick (Deacon) Cox
  • Bass VocalsRonald Schultz
  • DrumsDennis Owens
  • Lead GuitarAlton Cook
  • Lead VocalsRoger Arnold
  • ProducerRichard Diamond
  • Rhythm GuitarLamar Cook
  • Tenor VocalsRichard Penrod

Throw her heart
The Four R's, TRY ME ON FOR SIGHS. Meteor Productions. Produced by Richard Diamond.

A pop ('40s-'50s generic sounding) vocal group from Roy, Utah, to Ogden, Utah. This album more or less dates about 1971-ish, sold locally in Utah. "Take Your Time" and "Road of Life" are the group's originals, and "The Best Is Yet to Come" seems completely unique to this album, based on growing into married love. Apparently these guys toured locally in-state, more or less for Mormon audiences. This is their first album; instrumental backing here is a semi-pro country-like band combo. Stylistically, this a local pop group sounding something like four male pop singers from the Lawrence Welk show, several steps down in professional polish. Honest singing by four middle-aged pasty white American traditional guys with average baritone voices.

The Four R's had a second album of more middle-of-the-road popular tunes, such as "They Call the Wind Mariah," "The Men In My Little Girl's Life," and "Danny Boy," on their 1979 Lp, FROM OUR FAMILY TO YOURS, which was also produced by Richard Diamond. I assume Richard Diamond had access to rudimentary recording facilities around the Ogden area. FROM OUR FAMILY TO YOURS Lp (and cassette) features a talky song, set to backing music "The Battle Hymn of the Republic," about right wing family and political values of the time, "One Nation Under God," which is qualifies as an incredibly strange outsider music recitation song, like Victor Lundberg's "An Open Letter to My Teenage Son" theme. And so many photos of prole '70s polyester fashions and hair styles on the front and back cover, too--white stretch polyester tuxedos with dark colored borders on the lapels! Backing on the 1979 album is limited to a very basic programmable electric keyboard played by Murna Hadley.

I believe there was a Christmas album produced about 1982-83, which I've never come across.
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