|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Blues, When Your Lover Has Gone||11||Audio||1961|
|2||For Pete's Sake||12||Audio||1960||Kapp Records|
|3||Blues, When Your Lover Has Gone||11||Audio||1961|
|4||Moscow Mule And Many More Kicks Pete Candoli And His Trumpet||12||Audio||1966||Decca|
|5||Blues, When Your Lover Has Gone||11||Audio||1961||Mode Disques|
|6||For Pete's Sake||12||Audio||1960||Kapp Records|
|7||At Carnegie Hall 1946 Vol. II||8||Audio||MGM Records|
|8||Live At The Royal Palms Inn - Volume 9||9||Audio||1994||Woofy Productions|
American jazz trumpeter and arranger.
Born: June 28th 1923 in Mishawaka, Indiana, USA.
Died: January 11th 2008 in Studio City, California, USA.
Got his first big break in 1941 when he joined Sonny Dunham And His Orchestra. After 2 years he moved on to play in New York in many bands, including [a=Tex Beneke] and [a=Jerry Gray] before moving to Los Angeles in 1952 for intensive studio work before to fronted his own band in the '60s and formed a nightclub act in 1972.
He was the brother of [a=Conte Candoli].
He has been married to singers [a=Betty Hutton] and Edie Adams and the actress Vicky Lane.