The Columbia recordings, many of them with reknowned arranger and bandleader Frank Comstock, showcase not only the Hi-Los technical superiority and sense of humor, but also define the style that gave rise to some of today's top pop groups like Boyz 2 Men and the incomparable Take 6.
In fact, on these and other groups' album liner notes you'll often find an aknowledgement of appreciation for the Hi-Los, and particularly for Gene Puerling, the quartet's baritone and the vocal arranger of most of their tunes. (He solos on their version of Hoagy Charmichael's "Skylark" - it's the best interpreted I've heard).
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