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The Mills Brothers

An astonishing vocal group that grew into one of the longest-lasting oldies acts in American popular music, the Mills Brothers quickly moved from novelty wonders to pop successes and continued amazing audiences for decades. Originally billed as "Four Boys and a Guitar," the group's early records came complete with a note assuring listeners that the only musical instrument they were hearing was a guitar. The caution was understandable, since the Mills Brothers were so proficient at re-creating trumpets, trombones, and saxophones with only their voices that early singles like "Tiger Rag" and "St. Louis Blues" sounded closer to a hot Dixieland combo than a vocal group. And even after the novelty wore off, the group's intricate harmonies continued charming audiences for decades.

The four brothers were all born in Piqua, OH -- John, Jr. in 1910, Herbert in 1912, Harry in 1913, and Donald in 1915. Their father owned a barber shop and founded a barbershop quartet as well, called the Four Kings of Harmony. His sons obviously learned their close harmonies first-hand, and began performing around the area. At one show, Harry Mills forgot his kazoo -- the group's usual accompaniment -- and ended up trying to emulate the instrument by cupping his hand over his mouth. The brothers were surprised to hear the sound of a trumpet proceeding from Harry's mouth, so they began to work the novelty into their act, with John taking tuba, Donald trombone, and Herbert a second trumpet. The act was perfect for vaudeville, and the Mills Brothers also began broadcasting over a Cincinnati radio station during the late '20s.

After moving to New York, the group became a sensation and hit it big during 1931 and early 1932 with the singles "Tiger Rag" and "Dinah" (the latter a duet with Bing Crosby). Dumbfounded listeners hardly believed the notice accompanying the records: "No musical instruments or mechanical devices used on this recording other than one guitar." Though the primitive audio of the era lent them a bit of latitude, the Mills Brothers indeed sounded exactly like they'd been backed by a small studio band. (It was, in essence, the flipside of early material by Duke Ellington's Orchestra, on which the plunger mutes of Bubber Miley and Tricky Sam Nanton resulted in horns sounding exactly like voices.)

The exposure continued during 1932, with appearances in the film The Big Broadcast and more hits including "St. Louis Blues" and "Bugle Call Rag." John, Jr.'s sudden death in 1936 was a huge blow to the group, but father John, Sr. took over as bass singer and Bernard Addison became the group's guitarist. Still, the novelty appeared to wear off by the late '30s; despite duets with Ella Fitzgerald ("Dedicated to You") and Louis Armstrong ("Darling Nelly Gray"), the Mills Brothers' records weren't performing as well as they had earlier in the decade. All that changed in 1943 with the release of "Paper Doll," a sweet, intimate ballad that became one of the biggest hits of the decade -- 12 weeks on the top of the charts, and six million records sold (plus sheet music). The group made appearances in several movies during the early '40s, and hit number one again in 1944 with "You'll Always Hurt the One You Love."

The influence of middle of the road pop slowly crept into their material from the '40s; by the end of the decade, the Mills Brothers began recording with traditional orchestras (usually conducted by Sy Oliver, Hal McIntyre, or Sonny Burke). In 1952, "The Glow Worm" became their last number one hit. The group soldiered on during the '50s, though John, Sr. semi-permanently retired from the group in 1956. A move from Decca to Dot brought a moderate 1958 hit, a cover of the Silhouettes' "Get a Job" that made explicit the considerable influence on doo wop exerted by early Mills Brothers records. As a trio, Herbert, Harry and Donald continued performing on the oldies circuit until Harry's death in 1982, and Herbert's in 1988. The last surviving sibling, Donald, began performing with the third generation of the family -- his son, John II -- until his own death in 1999. ~ John Bush
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Selected Discography

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Track List: The Mills Brothers Collection (1931-1952)

Disc 1

1. Nobody's Sweetheart

2. You Rascal You

3. How'm I Doin', Hey Hey

4. I Heard

5. Goodbye Blues

6. Chinatown, My Chinatown

7. Loveless Love

8. Bugle Call Rag

9. I Can't Give You Anything But Love

11. Smoke Rings

12. That's Georgia

13. Swing It Sister

15. My Gal Sal

16. Rockin' Chair

17. I've Found A New Baby

18. Sweeter Than Sugar

21. Sweet Lucy Brown

22. Lulu's Back In Town

23. Sweet And Slow

24. Swing For Sale

25. The Love Bug Will Bite You

26. Rockin' Chair Swing

27. In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree

28. Sweet Adeline

Disc 2

1. You Tell Me Your Dream, And I'll Tell You Mine

2. Asleep In The Deep

3. It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing

5. On The Banks Of The Wabash

7. Lazy River

8. You Always Hurt The One You Love

9. Till Then

10. Put Another Chair At The Table

11. I Wish

12. When You Were Sweet Sixteen

13. I Guess I'll Get The Papers And Go Home

14. I'm Afraid To Love You

16. Across The Alley From The Alamo

17. Dream, Dream, Dream

18. Gloria

19. I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm

20. I Love You So Much It Hurts

21. Daddy's Little Girl

22. Nevertheless

23. Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone

25. Be My Life's Companion

26. The Glow Worm

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Track List: The Mills Brothers (1930's) Vol 4

1. Nobody's Sweetheart

2. The Old Man Of The Mountain

3. Coney Island Washboard

4. Baby, Won't You Please Come Home

5. Git Along

6. I Can't Give You Anything But Love

8. Smoke Rings

9. I Heard

10. How'm I Doin', Hey-Hey

12. A Swing It, Sister

13. Rockin' Chair

14. Sweet Sue, Just You

15. That's Georgia

16. Chinatown, My Chinatown

17. Loveless Love

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Track List: The Mills Bros. Sing

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Track List: In My Dreams

1. Paper Doll

2. Tiger Rag

3. You Always Hurt The One You Love

4. Lazy River

5. Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You)

6. Sweet Georgia Brown

7. The Glow Worm

8. Pennies From Heaven

10. Shanty In Old Shanty Town

12. Its Only A Paper Moon

13. Dinah

14. Jeepers Creepers

15. Let Me Call You Sweetheart

16. Bye Bye Blackbird

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Track List: The Classic Years

1. The Old Man Of The Mountain

2. Lazy River

3. It Don't Mean A Thing

4. There's No One But You

6. Marie

7. Sweet Sue, Just You

8. Caravan

9. Swing It, Sister

10. Stardust

11. You Always Hurt The One You Love

13. Daddy's Little Girl

14. Goodbye, Blues

15. Jeepers Creepers

16. I Wish

17. Sleepy Head

18. Be My Life's Companion

19. Chinatown, My Chinatown

21. Nobody's Sweetheart

22. Dedicated To You

23. I Heard

24. Paper Doll

25. Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet

26. Till Then

27. Shine

28. Tiger Rag

29. St. Louis Blues

30. Lazybones

31. Georgia On My Mind

32. Dinah

33. Across The Alley From The Alamo

34. Nagasaki

35. The Glow-Worm

36. Rockin' Chair

37. Nevertheless

39. Is It True What They Say About Dixie

40. Bugle Call Rag

41. I've Found A New Baby

42. Ain't Misbehavin'

43. Money In My Clothes

45. Sweet Georgia Brown

46. Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone

47. Sixty Seconds Got Together

48. Diga-Diga-Doo

49. When You Were Sweet Sixteen

50. You Rascal, You

51. I'll Be Around

52. Some Of These Days

54. Baby Won't You Please Come Home

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Track List: From The Archives (Digitally Remastered)

1. Till Then

2. I Can't Stop Loving You

3. Mr. Sandman

5. You Always Hurt The One You Love

6. Glow Worm

7. So Rare

9. One Dozen Roses

10. Across The Alley From The Alamo

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Track List: The Glow Worm

1. The Glow Worm

2. Lazy River

3. The Jones Boy

4. Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You)

5. Fairy Tales

6. I Gotta Have My Baby Back

7. Gloria

8. Across The Alley From The Alamo

9. When You Were Sweet Sixteen

10. Put Another Chair At The Table

11. You Always Hurt The One You Love

12. Till Then

13. I'll Be Around

14. Cielito Lindo

15. Boog It

16. W.P.A

18. Marie

20. Is It True What They Say About Dixie

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Track List: Paper Doll

1. Paper Doll

2. You Always Hurt The One You Love

3. Tiger Rag

4. Dinah

5. Goodbye Blues

6. Chinatown My Chinatown

7. I Can't Give You Anything But Love

8. Jeepers Creepers

9. I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm

11. Marie

12. Swing Is The Thing

13. Some Of These Days

14. Rockin' Chair

15. Put Another Chair At The Table

16. Be My Life's Companion

17. Stardust

18. Sweet Lucy Brown

19. Sleepy Head

20. Say 'Si Si

21. My Walking Stick

22. Georgia On My Mind

23. Flat Foot Floogie

24. Dedicated To You

25. Baby, Won't You Please Come Home

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Track List: The Mills Brothers (1930's) Vol 3

2. Lazybones

3. Flat Foot Floogie

4. Lulu's Back In Town

5. Dinah

7. My Gal Sal

8. I've Found A New Baby

9. Big Boy Blue

10. Pennies From Heaven

11. I Heard

12. The Love Bug Will Bite You

14. Rockin' Chair

17. Darling Nellie Gray

18. Tiger Rag

19. Moanin' For You

20. The Song Is Ended

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Track List: Classic Tunes With The Mills Brothers

1. Lazy River

2. You Always Hurt The One You Love

3. Paper Doll

4. Tiger Rag

5. Georgia On My Mind

6. Across The Alley From Alamo

7. I'll Be Around

8. Flat Foot Floogie

9. Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You)

10. Lazy Bones

11. Sweet Georgia Brown

12. It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)

13. Dinah

14. Shine

15. Goodbye Blues

16. St. Louis Blues

17. Sweet Sue. Just You

18. Miss Otis Regrets

19. Caravan

20. Put Another Chair At The Table

21. Dedicated To You

22. Stardust

23. Basin Street Blues

26. The Love Bug Will Bite You

27. Pennies From Heaven

28. Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland

29. Shoe Shine Boy

30. Nagasaki

31. Some Of These Days

32. In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree

33. Diga Diga Doo

34. Jungle Fever

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Track List: The Best Of The Mills Brothers 20th Century Masters The Millennium Collection

1. Paper Doll

2. Lazy River

3. You Always Hurt The One You Love

4. Till Then

5. Across The Alley From The Alamo

6. I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm

7. Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You)

8. Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You)

9. Be My Life's Companion

10. The Glow Worm

11. Standing On The Corner

12. Cab Driver

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Track List: The Mills Brothers (1930's) Vol 5

1. Bugle Call Rag

2. Sleepy Head

3. Tiger Rag

4. Lazybones

5. Nobody's Sweetheart

6. It Don't Mean A Thing

7. Shoe Shine Boy

8. You Rascal You

9. Miss Otis Regrets

10. Diga, Diga, Do

11. Solitude

12. The Song Is Ended

13. Doin' The New Low Down

14. Shine

15. Fiddlin' Joe

17. Rockin' Chair

18. The Old Man Of The Mountain

20. How'm I Doin', Hey-Hey

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Track List: All Time Greatest Hits

1. Paper Doll

2. Lazy River

3. Till Then

4. Across The Alley From The Alamo

5. You Always Hurt The One You Love

6. I Love You So Much It Hurts

7. I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm

8. Daddy's Little Girl

9. Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You)

10. Be My Life's Companion

11. Say Si Si

12. You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You

13. The Jones Boy

14. Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You)

15. The Glow Worm

16. Cab Driver

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Track List: The Mills Brothers - The Anthology, 1931-1968

Disc 1

1. Tiger Rag

2. Nobody's Sweetheart

3. Rockin' Chair

4. Dedicated To You (feat. Ella Fitzgerald)

5. Flat Foot Floogie (feat Louis Armstrong)

6. You Tell Me Your Dream, I'll Tell You Mine

7. Cherry (feat. Louis Armstrong)

8. (I Yi, Yi, Yi) Wish Me Luck Amigo

9. Lazy River

10. I'll Be Around

11. Paper Doll

12. Till Then

13. You Always Hurt The One You Love

14. I Wish

15. Don't Be A Baby, Baby

16. I Don't Know Enough About You

17. I Guess I'll Get The Papers And Go Home

18. Too Many Irons In The Fire

19. Across The Alley From The Alamo

20. You Never Miss The Water Til The Well Runs Dry

21. Gloria

22. Is It True What They Say About Dixie? (feat. Al Jolson)

23. I Love You So Much It Hurts

24. I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm

Disc 2

1. Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You)

2. If I Had My Way

3. When You Were Sweet Sixteen

4. Daddy's Little Girl

5. Nevertheless

6. Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone

7. Be My Life's Companion

8. The Glow Worm

9. A Shoulder To Weep On

10. Say Si Si

11. Pretty Butterfly

12. The Jones Boy

13. She Was Five And He Was Ten

14. You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You

15. Opus One

16. Smack Dab In The Middle

17. Standing On The Corner

18. Queen Of The Senior Prom

19. When I Lost You

20. Yellow Bird

21. April Paris

22. Blue And Sentimental

23. My Shy Violet

24. Cab Driver

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Track List: Mills Brothers: Volume II - From The Archives

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Track List: Four Boys And A Guitar

1. Dinah

2. Shine

3. I Heard

4. How'm I Doin'? (Hey! Hey!)

5. Rockin' Chair

6. Chinatown, My Chinatown

7. Sweet Sue, Just You

8. St. Louis Blues

9. Bugle Call Rag

10. Dirt Dishin' Daisy

11. Diga, Diga Doo

12. Doin' The New Low Down

13. Fiddlin' Joe

14. Swing It, Sister

15. Jungle Fever

16. Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet

17. Sleepy Head

18. My Little Grass Shack In Kealkekua, Hawaii

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Track List: Two On One

1. Between Winston-Salem And Nashville, Tennessee

2. Jealous Heart

3. I Can't Stop Loving You

4. Ramblin Rose

5. Tennessee Waltz

6. Red River Valley

7. You Are My Sunshine

8. El Paso

9. Mexicali Rose

10. Cold Cold Heart

11. San Antonio Rose

12. Nevertheless

13. Sawdust Heart

14. Fairy Tales

15. Dinah

16. My Gal Sal

17. Help Yourself To Some Tomorrow

18. Coney Island Washboard

19. Daisies Never Tell

20. Daddy's Little Girl

21. Solitude

22. I Can't Give You Anything But Love

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Track List: Hymns We Love

1. Brighten The Corner Where You Are

2. The Old Rugged Cross

3. Holy, Holy, Holy

4. Sweet Hour Of Prayer

5. In The Sweet Bye And Bye

6. Bringing In The Sheaves

7. In The Garden

8. Just A Closer Walk With Thee

9. Rock Of Ages

10. Were You There When They Crucified My Lord?

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Track List: 30 Greatest Hits

1. Paper Doll

2. The Glow Worm

3. Basin Street Blues

4. Nevertheless

5. Till Then

6. Cielito Lindo

7. Lazy River

8. You Always Hurt The One You Love

9. I'll Be Around

10. Rockin' Chair

11. Be My Life's Companion

12. Across The Alley From The Alamo

13. Opus One

14. You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You

15. Daddy's Little Girl

16. Standing On The Corner

17. I Don't Know Enough About You

18. I Love You So Much It Hurts

19. Manana

21. The Jones Boy

22. I'm Afraid To Love You

23. You'll Never Miss The Water

25. Nagasaki

26. Sweet Georgia Brown

27. Tiger Rag

28. Chinatown, My Chinatown

29. Lazy Bones

30. Some Of These Days

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I still love the Mills Brothers and their amazing harmonies. They may be gone but they are still remembered, respected and loved.
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buckscairns
From troy ohio my dad helped them. Get started in piqua ohio
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The Mills Brothers. Many years ago I met Dean Martin and among the topics we discussed were hands (his were beat-up, mine weren't), the initials DC (his original) and one of our favorite singing groups: The Mills Brothers.
Rest In Peace, pally.
dlc
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One of the GREATEST Quartets
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In the late seventies saw them open for don rickles at the rivera,they were fantastic,im glad I got to experience them,they are American treasures.
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The best to come out of OHIO
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Albeit I happen to be a diehard traditional country music listener, I have always loved big band and swing. The Mills Brothers were & are a group that one does not forget. Pure class & style! When they sing ," Till Then " , no adjectives adequately describe their voices. As a pilot, this song has so much to say ....
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I had the pleasure of seeing them in concert in 1977 at Six Flags Magic Mountain. They had a small orchestra behind them but their voices were wonderful. One number they performed was their version of Basin Street Blues with only their voices as the instruments. It brought the house down!
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long time listener and hopfully for many more years to come
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I didn't realize I know all the words to their songs! Their sound stay in power
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Best quartet ever
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Water I need
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These guys are the great
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My all time favorite group....wha t Fabulous blended voices....ho p e my folks are enjoying their fabulous singing in Heaven
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I have loved their music sense the 1930's
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These guys are great.
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looking for the song cab driver by mills brothers
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no one sings like this group...then or now...
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If there is a tighter vocal group than these fabulous artists, then I'd love to know of it. Always swinging in inimitable style. Great charts too!
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curitiba4lif e 5 0
You really like the credit to the bio on Pandora as much as the music ?? That doesn't say much about the music. Hahaha
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norman_myr32
REALLY LIKE THE PURE HARMONY AND STYLE .
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cred91
This is music
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Don't know which I like better, these guys or The Ink Spots
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nice. i think this song was in Bioshock 2 also.
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i noticed something this evening, that Not one person has credited the writer of the bio, John Bush. Great job. I look foward to that as much as the music
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Mills Brothers are my favorite band and first heard them about a year ago when I was fifteen and the y have been my favorite ever since. Their song opus one, you always hurt the ones you love, and the paper doll rendition are my favorites!!! ! !
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edwardwellin g t o n w e b b
Saw them in Vegas, late 60's playing across th street from Caesars Palace. Sat through two shows. They were one of a kind!
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suekbakies
smooth, gentle voices no one can imitate
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love these guys
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theres nothing as sweet as their voices
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Top-ranked for generations. Still listen to their great stuff.
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rustup2000
Wonderful memories.... . . . . . . . . . . .
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Love them. Reminds me of my Mom. We sang these all the time when I was little and we would clean the house.
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atamai2
great
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Love 'em! They were on the Ed Sullivan show numerous times,always terrific!
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mooyoo.77
harmony just can`t get to much closer than this,them being brothers and all.
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Wonderful!
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im from piqua...ther e house was torn down awhile ago..
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still enjoy The Mills Brothers
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IS there anything better than listening to this fabulous harmony? This music brings back wonderful memories of a childhood celebrated in a much kinder, slower world.
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great music
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Nice music :)
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Love them
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I used to listen to the Mills Brothers in high school in the '70s. My friends thought I was crazy, but I love the old stuff from my parents' and grandparents ' time. Timeless!
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jadavis1025
I grew up with not much more than rap, hip/hop, rock, and pop. But I must say that I am favoring this above all other types of music. The 40's and 50's had some great music. Classy stuff!
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Nothing but FANTASTIC
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TOPS and ALWAYS WILL BE..jfa
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"Paper Doll" was popular when I joined the Navy during WWII. Brings back a flood of memories.
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My grams sang in gay bars in the 1930's and early 1940's. This music makes me feel like she is around.
Plus my sister and I were named for Nat King Cole songs.
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