Hailing from Canonsburg, PA, the doo wop quartet Four Cash scored several moderate-sized hits through the mid- to past due ’50s. Their biggest strike was 1957’s “Shangri La” (which hardly missed the very best Ten, hitting amount 11 in the graphs) while such various other music as “My One Sin,” “One Appreciate, One Center,” and “Heartache Road” became standouts off their repertoire. But “Shangri La” continues to be their best-known tune, as it continues to be covered by other artists over time, including composer Robert Maxwell as a high 40 instrumental strike in 1964, Vic Dana have scored a high 40 strike with it in 1964, and lesser-known variations from the Lettermen and Al Capps made an appearance in 1969 and 1973 respectively. Jackie Gleason later on utilized his melody of “Shangri La” for the theme of his Reginald Vehicle Gleason III personality on his strike Television series in the first ’60s.
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