Archie Bleyer

Archibald Martin Bleyer

Also known as A. Bleyer, Archie Bleyer And His Musikyoun, Archie Blyer, Bleyer
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Discography of Archie Bleyer:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Sil Vous Plait / Hernando's - Hideaway 2 Audio London Records
2 Mustafa / Jimmie's Blues 2 Audio 1960 Apex (3)
3 Hernando's Hideaway 2 Audio 1954-05-00 Cadence (2)
4 The Naughty Lady Of Shady Lane 2 Audio 1954 Cadence (2)
5 Rumble / Hernando's Hideaway 2 Audio Underground Records (3)
6 The Naughty Lady Of Shady Lane / Hernando's Hideaway 2 Audio Cadence (2)
7 The Rockin' Ghost / Sleep, Sleep, Daughter 2 Audio cadence (2)
8 Hernando's Hideaway / The Naughty Lady Of Shady Lane 2 Audio Collectables
9 Hernando's Hideaway 2 Audio 1954 Barnaby Records
10 A Birthday For Frances 4 Audio 1972 Scholastic Records

Born 12 June 1909, Corona, New York

Died 20 March 1989, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

He was an American song arranger, bandleader, and record company executive (President, Cadence Records).

He was born in the Corona section of the New York City borough of Queens. He began playing the piano when he was only seven years old. In 1927 he went to Columbia College, intending to become an electrical engineer, but as a sophomore switched to a music major. Without graduating, he left to become an arranger. In the early 1930s, he wrote a number of songs that got recorded; all 'hot' novelty numbers, including "Mouthful O'Jam" and "Business In F".

In 1934 he started leading a band of his own at Earl Carroll's club in Hollywood, California. Bleyer's orchestra recorded for Brunswick Records, and one of the vocalists who worked with this orchestra was Johnny Mercer, who became better known as a songwriter and co-founder of Capitol Records.

He became musical director for Arthur Godfrey in 1946, serving in this role until 1953.

In 1952 he founded Cadence Records

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