Here we have three albums from teh same collection and I have no clue what collection it is? Today we barely made it through the #6 volume Warm and tender The Three Suns. It was like applying organ and accordion to songs that do not require organ nor accordion. Total orchestra, rethrift. The date is also unknown but we know they are all produced under RCA Victor. I did find this: The Three Suns was an American instrumental pop group, popular in the 1940s and 1950s. The group was formed in 1939 by Al Nevins (guitar) and Morty Nevins (accordion) and Artie Dunn (vocals, electronic organ). They later signed with RCA Victor. In 1944, their first hit record was “Twilight Time“, written by the band along with Buck Ram. “Twilight Time” sold over four million copies and was awarded a gold disc. This was followed by “Peg o’ My Heart“, which was one of the best-selling records of 1947 in the United States. The group was featured in Alfred Hitchcock‘s Rope (1948) performing an off-screen “radio sequence”, and in Two Gals and a Guy (1951).
Warm and Tender (RCA Victor LPM/LSP-2617, 1962). This has to be THE worst version of Unchained melody on the planet. You must here it. You’ll know what I’m talking about with the accordion and organ. wow.
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