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Eddie Fisher Cindy Was Very Popular

Friday, September 24, 2010

In 1960, he was dropped by RCA Victor and briefly recorded on his own label, Ramrod Records. He later recorded for Dot Records. During this time, he had the first commercial recording of "Sunrise, Sunset" from Fiddler on the Roof. This technically counts as the biggest standard Fisher can claim credit for introducing, although it is rarely associated with him. He also recorded the album Eddie Fisher Today which showed that he had more depth than his singles from earlier years had shown. The Dot contract was not successful in record sales terms, and he returned to RCA Victor and had a minor single hit in 1966 with the song "Games That Lovers Play" with Nelson Riddle, which became the title of his best selling album. During the time Fisher was the most popular singer in America[citation needed], in the mid 1950s, singles, rather than albums, were the primary recording medium. His last album for RCA was an Al Jolson tribute, You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet. Eddie Fisher's last album was recorded around 1984 on the Bainbridge record label. Fisher tried to stop the album from being released, but it turned up as After All. The album was produced by William J. O'Malley and arranged by Angelo DiPippo.Fisher performed in top concert halls all over the United States and headlined in major Las Vegas showrooms. He headlined at the Palace Theater in New York City as well as London's Palladium.

Fisher attended Thomas Junior High School,South Philadelphia High School, and Simon Gratz High School. It was known at an early age that he had talent as a vocalist and he started singing in numerous amateur contests, which he usually won. He made his radio debut on WFIL a local Philadelphia radio station. He also performed on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts, a popular radio show which later moved to TV. Because he became a local star, Fisher dropped out of high school in the middle of his senior year to pursue his career.

I first heard of Eddie Fisher when I was a kid.His song Cindy was very popular and I have fond memories of my pal Joe singing it when we played in the street.I heard recently that Eddie is not too well and may be in a home or hospital.Eddie I wish you a speedy recovery,may you have many more long and happy years ahead of you.

Debbie replied: 'If you marry her, she will throw you out within 18 months'And Elizabeth did get rid of him, just as I had warned, when she met Richard Burton on the set of Cleopatra,' Debbie says now.Debbie - currently touring Britain with her one-woman show, which opens in London's West End next week - recalls her first marriage without bitterness.Elizabeth had been recently widowed when her husband Mike Todd had died in a plane crash. We had all been good friends.

I was a virgin when I married Eddie, but Elizabeth had been married three times. I was devastated because I had two children.I was very religious so I didn't believe in divorce, but they laid guilt on me that I was keeping them and true love apart. So, I finally let Eddie off the hook. I told him to go.'For seven years, the two women avoided contact - until Debbie boarded the Queen Elizabeth with her second husband, Harry Karl, a wealthy shoe manufacturer, and found that Miss Taylor was on the ship.

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