|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||I Understand / I'm Yours||2||Audio||1951||Brunswick|
|2||Mister Sandman / Sluefoot||2||Audio||Fonit Cetra|
|3||Written In The Wind / Someone To Love||2||Audio||Fonit|
|4||Mister Sandman / I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time||2||Audio||Decca|
|5||The Gang That Sang "Heart Of My Heart" / Stranger In Paradise||2||Audio||1953||Decca|
|6||Greatest Hits||18||Audio||1993||MCA Records|
|7||The Four Aces||20||Audio||Object Enterprises|
|8||Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing||2||Audio||Brunswick|
|9||The Gang That Sang "Heart Of My Heart" / Stranger In Paradise||2||Audio||Fonit|
|10||Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing / Shine On Harvest Moon||2||Audio||1955||Decca|
|11||There Goes My Heart / You'll Always Be The One||2||Audio||1955||Decca|
|12||When My Sugar Walks Down the Street (All the Little Birdies Go Tweet-Tweet-Tweet)||2||Audio||Decca|
|13||The Golden Hits Of The Four Aces||14||Audio||Brunswick|
|14||Hits From Hollywood||12||Audio||1958|
|15||A Merry Christmas With The Four Aces (Part 2)||5||Audio||1956||Decca|
|16||A Woman In Love / Of This I'm Sure||2||Audio||1955||Decca|
|17||Heartache In Costume / Two Arms, Two Lips, One Heart!||2||Audio||1958||Decca|
|18||I Wish I May, I Wish I Might / Rock And Roll Rhapsody||2||Audio||1958||Decca|
|19||I Would Love You Still / How Do You Say Goodbye||2||Audio||1957||Decca|
|20||Yes Sir, That's My Baby / Three Sheets To The Wind||2||Audio||1957||Decca|
|21||Tell Me Why / Love Is A Many Splendored Thing||2||Audio||MCA Records|
|22||Melody Of Love||2||Audio||1955||Decca|
|24||A Merry Christmas With The Four Aces||5||Audio||1957||Fonit|
|27||The Four Aces||8||Audio||1953||Decca|
|28||Tell Me Why / A Garden In The Rain||2||Audio||1951||Decca|
|29||Beyond The Blue Horizon||4||Audio||Decca|
|30||Written In The Wind||4||Audio||Brunswick|
|32||There Goes My Heart||10||Audio||1969||Vocalion (2)|
|33||Tell Me Why||14||Audio||MCA Records|
|34||Bahama Mama / A Woman In Love||2||Audio||1957||Brunswick|
|35||Three Coins In The Fountain||2||Audio||1954||Decca|
|36||The World Outside||2||Audio||1959||Decca|
|37||Sin / Arizona Moon||2||Audio||1952||Victoria Records (3)|
|38||Three Coins In The Fountain||2||Audio||Brunswick|
|39||Hits From Hollywood||12||Audio||1958||Decca|
|40||You Can't Run Away From It||11||Audio||1957||Brunswick|
|41||The Four Aces Sing Film Titles||4||Audio||1957||Brunswick|
|43||Love Is A Many Splendored Thing||2||Audio||1957||Brunswick|
|44||Golden Greats||16||Audio||1985||MCA Records|
|45||Love Is A Many Splendored Thing||20||Audio||1993||SPA|
|46||It's A Woman's World / Cuckoo Bird In The Pickle Tree||2||Audio||Fonit|
|47||Silent Night / O Holy Night (Cantique De Noel)||2||Audio||1955||Decca|
|48||Sincerely... The Four Aces||12||Audio||1975||Westown Records|
|49||The Inn Of The Sixth Happiness / The World Outside||2||Audio||1958||Brunswick|
|50||Honey In The Horn||2||Audio||1953-05-00||Decca|
[a=Al Alberts] from South Philadelphia, who had worked with the big bands of [a=Jan Savitt] and [a=Elliot Lawrence] before World War II, played piano when he could get near one, and sang in a powerful tenor. His newfound friend Dave Mahoney from Chester, a suburb of the city, played fine tenor sax and could also sang vocal parts. They promised each other they would work together at the end of the war and live from music.
Returning to Chester in 1956, Alberts and Mahoney enlisted the aid of record owner Marty Caruso who rounded up two more members: Rosario "Sod" Vaccaro, who sang baritone and played trumpet, and Louis Silvestri, drummer and bass voice. Silvestri belonged to a roller-skating club called 'The Aces', and the group took the name as their own. They rehearsed and polished old standards, versions of current pop tunes, and wrote some new material to play at local clubs and college dances.
Al Alberts left the Four Aces in 1956 and was replaced by Freddie Diodatti. Eventually, all the original members left the group and a new line-up was formed, consisting of Tony Alesi, Joe Giglio and Harry Heisler.
In 1975, the declining health of Tony Alesi forced him to leave the band. He was replaced by Danny Colingo.
After a legal battle between the original and new members of the formation, the court allowed the founding members to tour as "The Original Four Aces Featuring Al Alberts", which they did, finally retiring the original act in 1987.
The second incarnation of The Four Aces still use the name and perform the songs that made The Original Four Aces popular.
The group was intronized to the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2001.