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Eddy Howard And His Orchestra

Also known as Eddy Howard & His Orchestra, Eddy Howard Orchestra
Members of Eddy Howard And His Orchestra: Eddy Howard
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eddy_Howard

Discography of Eddy Howard And His Orchestra:

# Dwnld Release title Total tracks Type Imprint date Label
1 Anniversary Waltz / Happy Birthday 2 Track list Mercury
2 Melancholy Me / I Wonder What's Become Of Sally 2 Track list 1954 Mercury
3 Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are 4 Track list WOR Recording Studios
4 Be Anything (But Be Mine) / She Took 2 Track list 1952 Mercury
5 Now Is The Hour (Maori Farewell Song) / True 2 Track list 1947 Majestic
6 Camptown Races 2 Track list 1950 Mercury
7 Kate / On The Avenue 2 Track list 1947 Majestic
8 Cynthia's In Love / To Each His Own 2 Track list 1946 Majestic
9 Anniversary Waltz / Happy Birthday 2 Track list Mercury
10 Golden Hits 12 Track list 1977 Mercury
11 I Wish Somebody Cared Enough To Cry / Everywhere You Go 2 Track list 1949 Mercury
12 MY Best To You / I'll Hold You In My Heart 2 Track list 1949 Mercury
13 Say You're Mine Again / Broken Wings 4 Track list 1953 Mercury
14 Mademoiselle / I Don't Know Any Better 4 Track list 1952 Mercury
15 The Girl That I Marry / You Are Everything To Me 2 Track list Majestic
16 The Uncollected Eddy Howard And His Orchestra 1945-48 Vol. 2 27 Track list 1980 Hindsight Records (2)
17 Golden Hits 12 Track list 1960 Mercury
18 She's Funny That Way / The Rickety Rickshaw Man 2 Track list Majestic
19 Sin 2 Track list 1951 Mercury
20 Selected Song Favorites 8 Track list 1949 Mercury
21 Ask Anyone Who Knows / I Wonder, I Wonder, I Wonder 2 Track list 1947 Majestic
22 Missouri Waltz / To Each His Own 2 Track list Mercury
23 I'm All That's Left Of The Old Quartet / Around The World 2 Track list Mercury
24 Seems Like Yesterday 2 Track list Mercury
25 Careless / To Each His Own 2 Track list 1946-08-00 Majestic
26 Bless You / There Is No Breeze 2 Track list Majestic
27 Romance With Eddy Howard 6 Track list Majestic Records
28 Don't Tell Me That Story / Santa Catalina 2 Track list 1947 Majestic
29 The Man From Laramie 2 Track list Mercury
30 Daddy's Little Boy / They Put The Lights Out 2 Track list Mercury
31 On The Old Spanish Trail 2 Track list Majestic
32 I Don't Want To Take A Chance / Auf Wiederseh'n Sweetheart 2 Track list 1952 Mercury
33 The Finger Of Suspicion 2 Track list Mercury
34 All Of You / I'll Wrap You In My Arms 2 Track list Mercury
35 We Kiss In A Shadow / Hello, Young Lovers 2 Track list Mercury
36 A Penny A Kiss - A Penny A Hug / I Still Feel The Same About You 2 Track list 1951 Mercury
37 It's No Sin/My Wife And I 2 Track list Mercury
38 Heartaches / Don't Tell Her What Happened To Me 2 Track list Majestic
39 Deadly Weapon / Out Of Breath 2 Track list Mercury
40 I Cain't Get Offa My Horse 2 Track list Majestic
41 Easy Listening With Eddy Howard And His Orchestra 4 Track list Mercury
42 Just Plain Love 2 Track list Majestic
43 Auld Lang Syne 2 Track list 1951 Mercury
44 Eddy Howard And His Orchestra 10 Track list 2000 Collectors' Choice Music
45 God Has Been Good To Me 2 Track list Mercury
46 White Christmas / I'll Be Home For Christmas 4 Track list 1947 Majestic
47 Daddy's Little Boy / They Put The Lights Out 4 Track list Mercury
48 Sleepy Serenade 12 Track list Mercury

Eddy Howard (September 12, 1914, Woodland, California - May 23, 1963, Palm Desert, California) was a vocalist and bandleader who was popular during the 1940s and 1950s. In 1939 Howard started his own band, and he was the regular vocalist on It Can Be Done, Edgar A. Guest's 1941 radio program on the Blue Network Wednesdays through Fridays. The first #1 single for Eddy Howard and his Orchestra, "To Each His Own", stayed at the top of the charts in the mid-1940s. The song was a tie-in with the 1946 Paramount film, To Each His Own, which brought Academy Awards for Olivia de Havilland and screenwriter Charles Brackett. The recording by Howard was released by Majestic Records as catalog number 7188 and 1070. It first reached the Billboard charts on July 11, 1946 and lasted 19 weeks on the chart, peaking at #1

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