Eddy Howard And His Orchestra

Eddy Howard And His Orchestra

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Eddy Howard (September 12, 1914, Woodland, California - May 23, 1963, Palm Desert, California) was a vocalist and bandleader who was popular during the 1940s and 1950s.

In 1939 Howard started his own band, and he was the regular vocalist on It Can Be Done, Edgar A. Guest's 1941 radio program on the Blue Network Wednesdays through Fridays. The first #1 single for Eddy Howard and his Orchestra, "To Each His Own", stayed at the top of the charts in the mid-1940s. The song was a tie-in with the 1946 Paramount film, To Each His Own, which brought Academy Awards for Olivia de Havilland and screenwriter Charles Brackett. The recording by Howard was released by Majestic Records as catalog number 7188 and 1070. It first reached the Billboard charts on July 11, 1946 and lasted 19 weeks on the chart, peaking at #1
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Eddy Howard And His Orchestra Discography Tracks

Albums

MG 25011 Eddy Howard And His Orchestra Selected Song Favorites(10", Album) Mercury MG 25011 US 1949 Sell This Version
Eddy Howard And His Orchestra Great For Dancing (Album) Mercury US 1958 Sell This Version
Eddy Howard And His Orchestra Golden Hits (Comp) Mercury US 1961 Sell This Version
HSR-119 Eddy Howard And His Orchestra The Uncollected Eddy Howard And His Orchestra 1946-1951(LP, Album) Hindsight Records (2) HSR-119 US 1978 Sell This Version
HSR-156 Eddy Howard And His Orchestra The Uncollected Eddy Howard And His Orchestra 1945-48 Vol. 2(LP, Album, Mono) Hindsight Records (2) HSR-156 US 1980 Sell This Version
Eddy Howard And His Orchestra 22 Original Big-Band Recordings (Album) Hindsight Records (2) US 1984 Sell This Version
CLP-79 Eddy Howard And His Orchestra Eddy Howard And His Orchestra 1949-1953(LP, Album, Mono) Circle CLP-79 US 1985 Sell This Version
Eddy Howard And His Orchestra Sleepy Serenade (Album) Mercury US Unknown Sell This Version
Eddy Howard And His Orchestra Sings And Plays The Great Band Hits (Album) Mercury US Unknown Sell This Version
MG-20112 Eddy Howard And His Orchestra Singing In The Rain(LP, Album, Mono) Mercury MG-20112 US Unknown Sell This Version
M-15 Eddy Howard And His Orchestra Romance With Eddy Howard(3xShellac, 10", Album) Majestic M-15 Unknown Sell This Version
A118X45 Eddy Howard And His Orchestra Soft And Sweet(3x7", Album) Mercury A118X45 US Unknown Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

36432 Eddy Howard And His Orchestra Miss You/Two In Love(Shellac, 10") Columbia 36432 US 1941 Sell This Version
Eddie Howard And His Orchestra* Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year / You're The Dream, I'm The Dreamer (Single) V Disc US 1944 Sell This Version
364 Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra / Eddy Howard And His Orchestra Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra / Eddy Howard And His Orchestra - Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen / Old Fashioned Love(12") V Disc 364 US 1945 Sell This Version
Eddy Howard And His Orchestra Too Many Times / I Want To Thank Your Folks Majestic US 1946 Sell This Version
Eddy Howard And His Orchestra Careless Majestic US 1946 Sell This Version
Eddy Howard And His Orchestra The Girl That I Marry / You Are Everything To Me Majestic US 1946 Sell This Version
Eddy Howard And His Orchestra She's Funny That Way / The Rickety Rickshaw Man Majestic US 1946 Sell This Version
1072 Eddy Howard And His Orchestra You'll See What A Kiss Can Do / If I'm Lucky(Shellac, 10") Majestic 1072 US 1946 Sell This Version
1074 Eddy Howard And His Orchestra Missouri Waltz(Shellac, 10") Majestic 1074 US 1946 Sell This Version
7188 Eddy Howard And His Orchestra Cynthia's In Love(Shellac, 10", Mono) Majestic 7188 US 1946 Sell This Version
7192 Eddy Howard And His Orchestra She's Funny That Way / The Rickety Rickshaw Man(Shellac, 10") Majestic 7192 US 1946 Sell This Version
1089 Eddy Howard And His Orchestra Bless You / There Is No Breeze(Shellac, 10") Majestic 1089 US 1946 Sell This Version
Eddy Howard And His Orchestra A Tune For Humming / My Blue Heaven Majestic US 1947 Sell This Version

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