Al Caiola

Real Name:Alexander Emil Caiola

American guitarist, Composer, arranger, producer and publisher.
Born September 7, 1920, Jersey City, New Jersey, USA.
Died November 9, 2016, Allendale, New Jersey, USA.
His output spanned a variety of music genres including jazz, country, rock, western, and pop. He was both a studio musician and stage performer. He also had his own record label Alpane Records and publishing company, Alpane Music Co. Inc..
He recorded over fifty albums and worked with some of the biggest stars of the 20th century. He toured on a regular basis with singer Steve Lawrence (2).
Caiola played on such hits as Paul Anka's "Put Your Head on My Shoulder," Neil Sedaka's "Calendar Girl," Bobby Darin's "Mack the Knife" and "Splish-Splash," Simon & Garfunkel's "Mrs. Robinson," Johnny Mathis' "Chances Are," Del Shannon's "Runaway" and Ben E. King's "Stand by Me."

Sites:Wikipedia , Imdb , All Music ,
Aliases:Mr. "Guitar"
In Groups:Al Caiola And His Islanders, Al Caiola And His Magnificent Seven, Al Caiola And His Orchestra, Al Caiola And The Nile River Boys, Al Caiola's Dixielanders, Astor Piazola & His Quintet, Caiola Combo, Henri René And His Orchestra, Hugo Montenegro And His Orchestra, Jersey Guitar Mafia, Living Guitars, New York Stars, Orizaba And His Orchestra, Percussion & Guitars, Tony Mottola And The Quad Guitars
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