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Buddy and his father at the Iron & Steel Father-Sons
Golf Tournament at Medinah Country Club in Chicago purchase cialis.
Members of The Cheers, the group who made Buddy's first hit single, "I Need Your Lovin'", Arranged & Conducted by Buddy on Capitol Records viagra.
Pictured on the steps of Capitol Records on Vine St cialis price. in Hollywood: (from bottom clock-wise) Bert Convy, Buddy, Sue Allen and Gil Garfield purchase cialis. 1st week: Went Top 40; 2nd week: Went top 10; 3rd week: Went #1 and stayed #1 for 5 weeks!
Bert, Sue and Buddy listening to the comments of
Lee Gillette, the engineer at Capitol Recording Studios.
Buddy, Bert, Sue and Gil.
With Vic Damone.
With Bobby Van, Vic Damone and Shirley Jones.
With Anna Maria Alberghetti, Vic Damone and Jimmy
McHugh rehearsing for the Hollywood Bowl Concert.
With Bobby Darin and Vic Damone congratulating
Jimmy McHugh after the Hollywood Bowl Concert.
With songwriter Jimmy McHugh.
LA Times rave review of the Hollywood Bowl Concert:
BOWL TRIBUTE TOPS FOR JIMMY McHUGH:
One of America’s most popular composers of Pops Tunes in a program that gushed forth a potpourri of his most famous songs was honored at The Hollywood Bowl last Saturday Night with “Songs of Jimmy McHugh Night” – in which the near capacity audience heard a trio of great vocalists make his songs as fresh and lively as a bubbling brook.
The simile is not an idle one for McHugh’s songs as some of them are almost 30 years old, came pouring forth in a seemingly endless stream played by the superb Hollywood Bowl Pops Orchestra, under the baton of Buddy Bregman - who also orchestrated every note of the McHugh songs.
The orchestrations at times subtle or booming provided excellent backing to three of America’s most popular vocal artists as Vic Damone, Bobby Darin and Anna Maria Alberghettti took their turns with the time-honored tunes.
When Bobby Darin and Anna Maria Alberghetti dueted to When You and I Were Young Maggie Blues it had happy spectators beating in tempo and the pair obviously enjoyed themselves doing what was a highlight number of the production and a sure Hit-Parader if they pair-up on a disk version.
HITS OF THE PAST
The medley of some hits of the past from McHugh’s facile pen came swift and dazzling with a war medley which Damone and Darin shared one mike while Miss Alberghetti soloed on another to Say a Prayer for the Boys Over There and joined on Coming In On a Wing And A Prayer for a rousing First Act Finale!
The versatile composer opened the final portion of the program seated at the Grand Piano while he pounded out his greatest hits – Sunny Side of the Street, I’m In The Mood for Love, A Lovely Way To Spend an Evening, The Music Stopped, How Blue the Night, Lovely Night To Go Dreamin’, I Couldn’t Sleep a Wink Last Night, Lovely To Look At, etc.
Thanks for a Lovely Night Jimmy.
Your Buddy Boy,
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