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Performer: Artie Malvin
Album: That'll Be The Day
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After World War II and Glenn Miller's death, Malvin became heavily immersed in the popular music of the 1940's and 1950's, being involved in everything from children's music, to the beginnings of rock and roll, to jingles for commercials. There'll Be No Tear-Drops Tonight, To Be Alone ‎(Shellac, 10").

That'll Be The Day is the final studio album from Buddy Holly. Decca, Holly’s first major record label, after failing to produce a hit single from Holly’s early recordings, packaged these 1956 tunes after he had some success with recordings from the Brunswick and Coral labels, . the previously released single "That'll Be the Day". This is the last album released before his death in a plane crash on February 3, 1959, and is rare among collectors.

Featuring: Artie Malvin, Dottie Evans, Bob Miller, Jimmy Leyden, Barry Frank, Bruce Adams, Edna McGriff, and more famous artists. The Best of Rock & Roll and Ballad hits from 1956 to 1960 years. Tracklist: CD 1 1. Tom & Jerry (Simon & Garfunkel) - Baby Talk (2:07) 2. Artie Malvin - Lotta Lovin' (2:09) 3. Ray Buckingham - Rock A Billy (2:12) 4. Barry Frank - Diana (2:28) 5. Dottie Evans - Lucky Lips (2:05) 6. Bill & Ronnie - Short Shorts (2:42) 7. The Checker Coat Boys - Whispering Bells (2:19) 8. Bruce Adams - Knee Deep In The Blues.

Artie Malvin & g Bells - Brigadiers with Enoch Light Orchestra/Rock Around the Clock - Artie Malvin & Light Brigade/Rip It Up - Jerry Duane & Rhythm Rockets/That'll Be The Day - Artie Malvin with Zig Zags/Silhouettes - Loren Becker with Enoch Light Orchestra/Wait and See - Jack Brown with Enoch Light Orchestra/Dim, Dim The Lights - Artie Malvin/My Baby Left Me - Loren.

July 7, 1922 (age 83). He also sang with Glenn Miller's band. During World War II, Malvin performed with Glenn Miller as part of The Crew Chiefs. Recordings of his performances with Glenn Miller and the Army Air Force Band were released as V-Discs. After World War II and Glenn Miller's death, Malvin became heavily immersed in the popular music of the 1940s and 1950s, being involved in everything from children's music, to the beginnings of rock and roll, to jingles for commercials. In the late 1950s he became involved in television as the music arranger for The Pat Boone Chevy Showroom, and he contributed to Jimmy Dorsey's final recording sessions, including the hit "So Rare"

That’ll Be The Day. Buddy Holly. Produced by Norman Petty. Album The Chirping Crickets. That’ll Be The Day Lyrics. me cry You say you're going to leave, you know it's a lie Because that'll be the day when I die. Well, when Cupid shot his dart He shot it at your heart So if we ever part and I leave you You sit and hold me and you tell me boldly That someday, well I'll be blue.

artie malvin, robert malvin Artie Malvin July 7, 1922 – June 16, 2006 was a composer and vocalist who was the baritone member of The Crew Chiefs He also sang with Glenn Miller's band. composition "Let Me Be Your Sugar Baby" This song also inspired the name for the iconic Sugar Babies candy that was originally developed in 1935. Malvin's compositions include I'm Headin' For California with Glenn Miller in 1944, Join the WAC, Time in the Town of Berlin, Glenn's Travels, Goodnight Wherever You Are, Time Alone Will Tell, and Let Me Be Your Sugar Baby. Grudens, Richard 2004 Chattanooga Choo Choo: The Life and Times of the World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra ISBN 1-57579-277-X.

In 1967, Decca Records reissued That'll Be the Day as The Great Buddy Holly, with a new cover and stripping off the song "Ting-A-Ling. In 1975, British MCA gathered together the 11 songs off of this album and an alternate take of "Rock Around With Ollie Vee" from a different session and released.

Artie Malvin (July 7, 1922 – June 16, 2006) was a composer and vocalist who was the baritone member of The Crew Chiefs.

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A That'll Be The Day
Backing Band – The Zig Zags
B Love Me To Pieces
Backing Band – The Monarchs
Performer: Artie Shaw And His Orchestra
Genre: Jazz
Title: 1939
Released: 1998
Performer: Artie Shaw
Genre: Jazz
Title: The Best Of
Country: US
Released: 1973
Performer: Artie Shaw And His Orchestra
Genre: Jazz
Title: Dreaming Out Loud / Now We Know
Released: 1940
Performer: Artie Shaw
Genre: Jazz
Title: Mr. Clarinet
Performer: Artie Shaw
Genre: Jazz
Title: Clarinet Magic With The Big Band And Strings. Volume 1
Country: US
Released: 1978
Performer: Sally Sweetland
Genre: For kids
Title: Let's Have A Rhythm Band
Released: 1953
Performer: Artie Shaw And His Orchestra
Genre: Jazz
Title: Between A Kiss And A Sigh / Thanks For Ev'rything
Released: 1938
Performer: Various
Genre: Rock / Pop
Title: Rock 'N Roll Jamboree
Performer: Artie Shaw
Genre: Jazz / Screen
Title: Artie Shaw Swings Show Tunes
Country: US
Performer: Various
Genre: Rock / Pop
Title: U.S.A. Hit Parade No. 1
Country: Switzerland
Released: 1957
Performer: Merle Evans And His All-Star Band
Genre: Military, Brass / World, Country
Title: Music From The Big Top
Performer: Dottie Evans
Genre: Rock
Title: Who's Sorry Now