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Another photo of Al taken in 2004 while doing some entertaining for a social club in Beverly Hills.
Another photo of Al taken in 2004 while doing some entertaining for a social club in Beverly Hills.
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Annette Tucker and Al wrote five or six songs together in the early 1960s and they all got recorded.  Al's publishing firm, Chemistry Music, is named after their song
Annette Tucker and Al wrote five or six songs together in the early 1960s and they all got recorded. Al's publishing firm, Chemistry Music, is named after their song "The Chemistry of Love."
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Tom Morgan, Capitol Records producer, gave Al and the girls the keys to a new Ford Galaxy for the promotional tour of their first release entitled
Tom Morgan, Capitol Records producer, gave Al and the girls the keys to a new Ford Galaxy for the promotional tour of their first release entitled "The Big Triangle."
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The Royal Galaxies, Al, Pat, and Judy, had to change their name from the Galaxies because it was already taken.  They recorded
The Royal Galaxies, Al, Pat, and Judy, had to change their name from the Galaxies because it was already taken. They recorded "Trouble on a Double Date" and "Over and Done With" on Capitol Records.
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Al produced Charlotte O'Hara (R) singing his song
Al produced Charlotte O'Hara (R) singing his song "Daydreams" for Ava Records and Nita Garfield (L)performed Al's songs "The Gold Cup" and "As Long as I Have You" on Warner Brothers Records.
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The Bell Sisters recorded Al's song
The Bell Sisters recorded Al's song "The Dance of Love" on RCA Victor featuring an arrangement by Nelson Riddle. Their big hit was called "Bermuda."
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The
The "Dance of Love" was the first song Al had published. He was seventeen at the time and still in high school. The older sister Cynthia Bell was about the same age.
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Al Worked for Mr. Astair as A&R man for his record company Ava Records.  He remembers him fondly as a true gentleman.
Al Worked for Mr. Astair as A&R man for his record company Ava Records. He remembers him fondly as a true gentleman.
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In 1963 Al attended the recording of
In 1963 Al attended the recording of "The Rising Surf" and "Beyond The Surf" which were the only two surf songs he'd ever written. They were performed by a group called The Tandems and are currently in release.
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Next to Sonny Bono, Jack Nitzsche was  Al's best friend in the music business.  One of Jack's first arrangements was also Al's first vocal release entitled
Next to Sonny Bono, Jack Nitzsche was Al's best friend in the music business. One of Jack's first arrangements was also Al's first vocal release entitled "The Force of Love."
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Joyce Aimee is a well-known professional entertainer.  She recorded Al's song
Joyce Aimee is a well-known professional entertainer. She recorded Al's song "The Chemistry of Love" on Crystalette Records.
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  Sherry Lee, a very sweet 15 year old, and her mother were Al's neighbors.  She wanted to become a singer so Al recorded her on two of his songs,
Sherry Lee, a very sweet 15 year old, and her mother were Al's neighbors. She wanted to become a singer so Al recorded her on two of his songs, "Count Ten" and "The Unwritten Law" for Rendezvous Records.
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