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Wednesday with Andy Williams

Andy Williams ‎– Canadian Sunset / High upon a Mountain

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Andy Williams ‎– Canadian Sunset / High upon a Mountain

Cadence Records was an American record company based in New York City whose labels had a picture of a metronome. It was founded by Archie Bleyer, who had been the musical director and orchestra leader for Arthur Godfrey in 1952. According to legend, Bleyer was fired from the Godfrey show when he signed someone Godfrey regarded as a rival to a record deal. (Godfrey later fired singer Julius La Rosa in October 1954, causing a storm of controversy at the time.) The label also produced the early hits of Andy Williams and the Everly Brothers,

Genre: Pop

Year: 1956

Cadence Records  78 rpm 1297 (10434)

A: Canadian Sunset

Composers Gimbel-Heywood

B: High upon a Mountain

Composers Jackson & Miller

Archie Bleyer, who had been the musical director and orchestra leader for Arthur Godfrey in 1952

 

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