woensdag 11 april 2018

Ken Griffin - You can't be true dear (1948) (Victory 9219 mtx 913) (78rpm)

Ken Griffin was the most successful, yet stylistically the least interesting organist of the 1950s. Griffin recorded a slew of albums, mostly for Columbia, and had Top 40 pop hits with his covers of "The Anniversary Song" and "You Can't Be True, Dear." The latter reportedly sold something like 3.5 million copies, but the funny thing is that the hit version was actual a dub of vocals by singer Jerry Wayne over a copy of the tune recorded by Griffin as an instrumental number for skating rinks.
Ken Griffin - You can't be true dear

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