Indigenous Texans the 4 Tempos gave it 1 hard shot before disbanding with an eternity of memories. Milton Vincent Davis, Herman Bean, Al Foy, and Benny Reed hailed from Houston, TX, and strolled similar pathways. All sang within their particular churchs’ choirs, and everything went to M.R. Hardwood SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in Sugarland, TX, a suburb of Houston, signed up for the school’s Upcoming Farmers of America plan. They produced at senior high school to amuse at college affairs after that branched out to be among the area’s most widely used singing groupings and performed at halls, night clubs, hospitals, and schools. After finishing senior high school in 1966, they kept their cash and visited LA to hone in on the dreams of earning records and getting superstars. After arriving and pounding the pavement for a few months, they uncovered others from around came to the town of Angels using the same idea. When their seed cash reached an all-time low, and it appeared as if consuming and affording a location to sleep could possibly be difficult, they went trying to find any work that paid a income. Milton discovered a gig at Sunkist, where he fulfilled a man who performed saxophone inside a music group. Finding that Milton sang with an organization, he asked the Four Tempos to sing together at a college gig. Impressed, the sax participant introduced these to Eddie Davis, mind of Fara Productions, who got them a cope with Rampart Information. “Remembrances” b/w “Tremble Down in the Union Hall” strike the roads in Apr 1967; it got some regional, regional, and place play as a long way away as St. Louis, and Memphis, nonetheless it by no means charted high. Billy Joe Beal and Wayne Edwards published “Remembrances”; Beal was Milton Davis’ half-brother. Rampart worked well the record for seven weeks before issuing the less-successful but torrid two-sided dancer “Seriously House” b/w “Surely got to PERHAPS YOU HAVE (Can’t Live Without You).” March 1968 brought “This is actually the Way PERSONALLY I THINK,” but jocks by no means jumped onto it; it became well-known years later using the North soul audience and was published by Goldmine/Spirit Supply Records over the North Spirit of L.A., Vol. 1. The tally: three singles in support of a modicum of achievement, even Rampart’s professionals were losing beliefs. Your final Rampart one, “Depressed Prisoner,” acquired exactly the same B-side “EASILY Had a Unusual Wish,” off their third one, nonetheless it flopped as well as the Four Tempos disbanded. The Vikings, another Rampart group, redid “Depressed Prisoner.” Milton continued to create and generate for others, his biggest melody was “I UNDERSTAND,” popular for Dionne Farris.