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The Brothers Four
Greenfields
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Written by
Terry Gilkyson, Richard Dehr, Frank Miller in 1960


The Brothers Four — американский музыкальный коллектив, образованный в 1957 году.
Егo первые участники Боб Флик, Джон Пейн, Дик Фоли и Майк Киркланд встретились в университете Вашингтона.

В 1959 году группа подписала контракт со звукозаписывающей компанией Columbia Records.

Наиболее известные композиции: Greenfields (1960), достигшая второго места в The Billboard Hot 100 и лидирующих мест в национальных чартах, и The Green Leaves of Summer из фильма Форт Аламо, номинированная на премию Оскар.

В репертуаре коллектива много народной музыки. The Brothers Four известна как одна из групп в музыкальном движении folk revival.
В настоящее время участниками группы являются:

Боб Флик — бас-гитара, продюсер, аранжировщик
Марк Пирсон — гитара, банджо (с 1969 по 1971, с 1989 по настоящее время)
Майк Маккой
Карл Олсен

Бывшие участники

Джон Пейн — гитара
Майк Киркланд — гитара, банджо (с 1957 по 1969 год)
Дик Фоли — гитара (с 1957 по 1990 год)
Bob Flick, John Paine, Mike Kirkland, and Dick Foley met at the University of Washington, where they were members of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity in 1956 (hence the "Brothers" appellation). Their first professional performances were the result of a prank played on them in 1958 by a rival fraternity, who had arranged for someone to call them, pretend to be from Seattle`s Colony Club, and invite them to come down to audition for a gig. Even though they were not expected at the club, they were allowed to sing a few songs, and were subsequently hired. Flick recalls them being paid "mostly in beer."

They left for San Francisco in 1959, where they met Mort Lewis, Dave Brubeck`s manager. Lewis became their manager and later that year secured them a contract with Columbia Records. Their second single, "Greenfields," released in January 1960, hit #2 on the pop charts, and their first album, Brothers Four, released toward the end of the year, made the top 20. Other highlights of their early career included singing their fourth single, "The Green Leaves of Summer," from the John Wayne movie The Alamo, at the 1961 Academy Awards, and having their second album, BMOC/Best Music On/Off Campus, go top 10. They also recorded the theme song for the ABC television series Hootenanny, "Hootenanny Saturday Night," in 1963. They also gave a try at "Sloop John B", released as "The John B Sails".

The British Invasion and the ascendance of edgier folk rock musicians such as Bob Dylan put an end to the Brothers Four`s early period of success, but they kept performing and making records, doing particularly well in Japan and on the American hotel circuit.

The group built with Jerry Dennon a radio station in Seaside, Oregon (KSWB) in 1968. The station was subsequently sold in 1972 to a group from Montana, and later to a self-proclaimed minister, and finally merged into a larger conglomerate of radio stations.
The group attempted a comeback by recording a highly commercial version of Dylan`s "Mr. Tambourine Man," but were unable to release it due to licensing issues, and The Byrds eventually stole their thunder by releasing their heralded version.

Mike Kirkland left the group in 1969, and was replaced by Mark Pearson, another University of Washington alumnus. In 1971, Pearson left and was replaced by Bob Haworth, who stayed until 1989 and was replaced by a returning Pearson. Dick Foley left the group in 1990 and was replaced by Terry Lauber. Despite all the changes and having spent 55 years in the business, the group is still active.


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Adaptation tree
Green Fields written by Terry Gilkyson, Richard Dehr, Frank Miller - English
Bilet v detstvo written by Роберт Рождественский,"Город детства" в исполнении Эдиты Пьехи 1966г.- Russian
Verte campagne written by Raymond Mamoudy, Roger Varnay - French
Zelené pláně written by Ivo Fischer - Czech

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