David Cavanaugh

David Cavanaugh

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David D. Cavanaugh
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b. March 13, 1919 - St. Paul, Minnesota
d. December 31, 1981 - Tarzana, California

American composer, arranger, musician, and producer. Worked as a session tenor saxophonist, and later, as a director of A&R, producer, and president of Capitol Records. Died of post-surgery heart complications.
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David Cavanaugh Discography

Albums

W1120 Nat "King" Cole* With Orchestra Conducted By Dave Cavanaugh* Nat "King" Cole* With Orchestra Conducted By Dave Cavanaugh* - Welcome To The Club (Album) Capitol Records W1120 South Africa 1959 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

F 2595 Kay Starr With Dave Cavanaugh's Music* Kay Starr With Dave Cavanaugh's Music* - Swamp-Fire / When My Dreamboat Comes Home (Single) Capitol Records F 2595 US 1950 Sell This Version
CL 14528 Vicki Young (2) With Dave Cavanaugh's Music* Vicki Young (2) With Dave Cavanaugh's Music* - Steel Guitar (7", S/Sided, Promo) Capitol Records CL 14528 US 1956 Sell This Version
F3308 Vicki Young (2) With Dave Cavanaugh's Music* Vicki Young (2) With Dave Cavanaugh's Music* - Steel Guitar / Bye, Bye For Just Awhile (Billboard March)(7", Promo) Capitol Records F3308 US 1956 Sell This Version
EAP-1-1120, EAP1 1120 Nat "King" Cole* With Orchestra Conducted By Dave Cavanaugh* Nat "King" Cole* With Orchestra Conducted By Dave Cavanaugh* - Welcome To The Club (EP) Capitol Records, Capitol Records EAP-1-1120, EAP1 1120 UK 1958 Sell This Version

Compilations

SPRO 4404 Murry Wilson, Bobbie Gentry, Eddie Heywood, Ann Dee, Al Martino, Dave Cavanaugh* Murry Wilson, Bobbie Gentry, Eddie Heywood, Ann Dee, Al Martino, Dave Cavanaugh* - The Capitol Disc Jockey Album October 1967(LP, Comp, Promo) Capitol Records SPRO 4404 US 1967 Sell This Version

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