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Al went under the name Al Anthony when he produced and sang his own songs
Al went under the name Al Anthony when he produced and sang his own songs "The Force of Love" and "Is It a Sin" on Downbeat Records. The recording was financed by Al's first publisher, John Miller.
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Dick Stewart (L), host of KPIX Dance Party, a San Francisco T.V. show, stands with Al after his performance of his song
Dick Stewart (L), host of KPIX Dance Party, a San Francisco T.V. show, stands with Al after his performance of his song "The Force of Love." The following year, Al produced Dick Stewart on three of his songs for release on Ava Records.
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Al's group on Capitol Records, The Galaxies, is interviewed by Wink Martindale(L)after their appearance on his popular television show.
Al's group on Capitol Records, The Galaxies, is interviewed by Wink Martindale(L)after their appearance on his popular television show.
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Marilee Summers, well known actress, model and talent agent, was Al's girlfriend in the 1960s and recorded his song
Marilee Summers, well known actress, model and talent agent, was Al's girlfriend in the 1960s and recorded his song "Every Beat of My Heart" which he wrote especially for her.
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Al played the piano on B.Bumbles' biggest hit called
Al played the piano on B.Bumbles' biggest hit called "Nut Rocker." It was top twenty in the U.S. and number one in England. He only made one personal appearance as B. Bumble at a concert in San Francisco. After that concert, other musicians were paid to perform on tour.
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Marti Barris and her mother Loyce Whitman (daughter of Paul Whitman) were good friends of Al.  Marti recorded his song
Marti Barris and her mother Loyce Whitman (daughter of Paul Whitman) were good friends of Al. Marti recorded his song "My First Love" on Keen Records. She also had a hit entitled "Highland Fling."
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Al took this photo of Brian Wilson and Alan Jardine of the Beach Boys along with Joey Cooper in the center who recorded Al's song
Al took this photo of Brian Wilson and Alan Jardine of the Beach Boys along with Joey Cooper in the center who recorded Al's song "Mr. Flowerman." The photo was taken during the popular 1960's musical T.V. show Shindig.
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Gogi Grant had a hit called
Gogi Grant had a hit called "The Wayward Wind" and introduced Al to the owners of Era Records leading to the Russell Arms hit recording of Al's song "Is There a Heaven."
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This Capitol Records brochure featuring Al's photo was sent to disc jockeys nationwide announcing the debut of The Galaxies first release entitled
This Capitol Records brochure featuring Al's photo was sent to disc jockeys nationwide announcing the debut of The Galaxies first release entitled "The Big Triangle" and "Until the Next Time."
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The Blossoms featuring Darleen Love recorded Al's song
The Blossoms featuring Darleen Love recorded Al's song "Misty Moon" on Capitol Records long before he took this photo of them performing on the Shindig! T.V. show, March 3, 1965.
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Al took this photo of Rock and Roll icon Chuck Berry while they were both hanging out back stage during the Shindig T.V. show, March 3, 1965.
Al took this photo of Rock and Roll icon Chuck Berry while they were both hanging out back stage during the Shindig T.V. show, March 3, 1965.
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Al entered the All Army Contest in Panama and won the Best Classical Instrumental category.  He played the original classical version of
Al entered the All Army Contest in Panama and won the Best Classical Instrumental category. He played the original classical version of "Malaguena" on the piano and later recorded his rock version on Philles Records using the name Ali Hassan.
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