who was a member of the American Art Quartet and was active in the
recording studios from the 1950s to the 1980s.
In the ‘50s,
he laid down several tracks for Nat King Cole, including “Love is
Here to Stay”, “Smile”, “Tenderly”, and “That’s
worked with the George Shearing Quintet and Billy May in December 1956 on “As
Long as I Live/Let’s Live Again”, “The Folks Who Live on
the Hill”, “One Morning in May” and “You Don’t
Know What Love Is”, which appeared on the album, Black Satin.
May 1972, he did some overdubs for Elvis Presley on “Always on My
Mind”, “Fool”, “For the Good Times”, “I’ll
Take You Home Again, Kathleen”, “It’s a Matter of Time”,
“Separate Ways”, and “Where Do I Go From Here”.
recordings on which he appears include The
Complete Capitol Singles Collection by Frank Sinatra, In My Lifetime by Neil Diamond, Mr. Guitar: The Complete Recordings 1955-1960
by Chet Atkins, No One Home by Lalo Schifrin, Powerlight by Earth, Wind & Fire, Right Now! by
Mel Torme, That’s
What Friends Are For by Johnny Mathis & Deniece
Williams, and What’s New by
also be heard on the soundtracks of Breakfast
at Tiffany’s, Caddyshack, The
Enforcer, Stripes, and Sudden Impact.
Johnny Mathis & Deniece
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