Album is in Excellent Condition, no dirt or noticable scratches or damage, cover is Totally perfect no rips, no record marks or damage as seen, A++
John Gary is one of the most promising new singing stars to come along in many a moon.
Gary is from New Orleans, La. and has been singing since he could walk. He has a true natural voice and has developed a style that belongs only to him.
John's singing career got into full swing after appearing in many local night clubs in New Orleans. He was seen by a CBS executive and offered a radio show. He was such a charmer on radio, not to mention that he is a handsome guy, he was then offered his own T.V. show. And T.V. land loved him.
There has been no stopping him since his tremendous success in New Orleans. He has gone on to appear on the "Tonight" show which brought him wide public acclaim. He has appeared on the "Hollywood Palace", the "Como" show, the "Ed Sullivan" show—just turn a dial and you will hear this marvelous young singer.
John Gary's phrasing is superb . . . his tone quality excellent . . . his styling unmatched . . . and his voice simply beautiful.
He has STAR stamped all over him . . . we are proud to present to you the New Singing Sensation . . . Mr. John Gary.
A pleasing vocalist with a warm delivery reminiscent of Andy Williams or Tony Bennett, John Gary unfortunately came along just at the beginning of the British Invasion and never managed to make much of an impression on the adult vocal audience. Born in 1932 in Watertown, New York, he was a singer on Don McNeill's radio show Breakfast Club before signing a contract with RCA Records in 1962. Though only one single charted on the U.S. pop charts -- the Top 100 "Soon I'll Wed My Love" in 1964 -- John Gary did reach the Top 20 with mid-'60s LPs such as The Nearness of You, Encore, and A Little Bit of Heaven, and fared even better on the easy listening charts (with albums including the number one Cold) and Cash Box, where Gary albums hit the Top Ten twice. He also covered a wide repertoire for the time, from show tunes to country hits and romantic ballads -- though, remarkably, very few of the novelty pop songs which dragged down fellow vocalists. Gary died January 4, 1998. - Description in Blue from MTV
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