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The year was 1960 and few boy groups - with the exception of the Lettermen - were successful. Names like Frankie Avalon, Bobby Vinton, and Bobby Rydel were considered the kings of youth music. But all of that was about to change. Before the Beach Boys, you had this foursome. The Four Seasons emerged that year 1960 with not one or two but several 45 hits. They dominated the top of the charts and took America by storm. First with "Sherry" quickly followed by "Walk like a man" and then "Big Girls Don't Cry" the Four Seasons brightened up sleep overs and slumber parties everywhere. Girls couldn't get enough. The 60's arrived big time in most part to the new sound coming from New Jersey and that sound would shape the decade to come. Solo acts would fall to the side. Groups would dominate.

Later, when Frankie Vali stepped out in front of the group to bask in his own glory, the shine fell off the rose and the rising star of the Four Seasons began to fall. Vali tried to go solo only to find his voice lost in the Beatles/Stones era of music, where it never really rose to its former heights. Vali's career ended by fading away into obscurity... until a little Broadway play came along four decades later.
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This one is a classic, highlighted by soloist Frankie Valli, with his terrific voice range. If you are ancient, like me, and the 50's and 60's were your teen years, you will love this song.
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This is one of the first songs I ever truly loved. The singing on this mega hit from 1962 was truly amazing. Back then the dynamics of rock n roll hadn't risen to the level of instrumental expertise that it would in the next 5 years or so. In other song structures favored melodies and the stars were often the singer or in this case singer. Frankie absolutely blew my mind with all of that falsetto stuff. I was 9 years old then. It was so interdimensional for me. True it is a feel good record, but for me it has the insight of conveying the knowingness that it is our birthright to feel good and be who we are, no guilt mongering or sadness here.
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Grew up with this group. We have the same album on vinyl, but I bought the single song "Sherry" to use on my Galaxy S5 phone as a ringtone for my daughter, named, yes, "Sherry".
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Great song that brings back memories of a simpler time. Frankie Valli's signature voice leading the way is a great trip back in time. Glad "Jersey Boys" has reminded us of this GREAT classic music.
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My mom use to hate this song. We don't know why, but we absolutely love it. My dad use to sing it to her when they were dating. We are planning on playing it at our wedding.
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My little baby was named Sherri when she was born due to my husband I liking the song. We named her Sherri instead of Sherry.
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I'm 19 years old and I love oldie. This music can't be compared to today's music. This is real music no doubt about it.
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