Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians

Also known as G. Lombardo & His Royal Canadians, Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians, Guy Lombardo & The Royal Canadians, Guy Lombardo / Royal Canadians, Guy Lombardo And Royal Canadians, Guy Lombardo And The Royal Canadians, Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians
Members of Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians: Carmen Lombardo, Guy Lombardo, Kenny Gardner (2), Lebert Lombardo
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Discography of Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Lombardo Goes Latin! 12 Audio 1959 Capitol Records
2 Easter Parade / Always 2 Audio 1950 Decca
3 Blue Dancing Shoes / There's Always Someone That You Can't Forget 2 Audio 1953 Decca
4 Decade On Broadway (1946-1956) 4 Audio 1956 Capitol Records
5 Forty Second Street / You Are Getting To Be A Habit With Me 2 Audio Brunswick
6 The Sweet Waltzes This Side Of Heaven 12 Audio 1960
7 Young At Heart / (Oh Baby Mine) I Get So Lonely 2 Audio 1954 Decca
8 Charleston Parisien / Rinka Tinka Man 2 Audio 1956 Capitol Records
9 Humoresque / Tales From The Vienna Woods 2 Audio Decca
10 Enjoy Yourself 8 Audio 1954 Decca
11 The Sweetest Medleys This Side Of Heaven 47 Audio 1963 Capitol Records
12 By Special Request! 12 Audio 1962 Decca
13 Macnamara's Band 2 Audio MCA Records
14 Auld Lang Syne / Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight 2 Audio MCA Records
15 Enjoy Yourself 12 Audio 1956 Decca
16 Latin Rhythm 6 Audio 1949 Decca
17 Macnamara's Band 2 Audio 1961 Decca
18 Winter Wonderland 2 Audio 1960 Decca
19 Boo-Hoo 4 Audio RCA Camden
20 The Voice Of Kenny Gardner 11 Audio 1965 Capitol Records
21 Anniversary Song / Uncle Remus Said 2 Audio 1946 Decca
22 You Couldn't Help But By Wonderful / Our Melody 2 Audio 1956 Capitol Records
23 Nothing But The Best / True 2 Audio 1934 Brunswick
24 For Listening And Dancing 58 Audio 1981 Reader's Digest
25 June Is Bustin' Out All Over / This Was A Real Nice Clambake 2 Audio 1945 Decca
26 The Sweetest Waltzes This Side Of Heaven 12 Audio 1960 Capitol Records
27 Auld Lang Syne / Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight 2 Audio 1953 Decca
28 The Strange Little Girl / Down The Trail Of Aching Hearts 2 Audio Decca
29 The Best Of Guy Lombardo And The Royal Canadians 12 Audio 1959
30 Sidewalks Of New York 2 Audio 1945-12-28 Decca
31 Jingle Bells (Yuletide Favorites) 8 Audio 1952 Decca
32 Drifting And Dreaming 12 Audio 1961 Capitol Records
33 Easter Parade / My Best Girl 2 Audio 1939 Decca
34 The Impossible Dream 9 Audio Pickwick
35 The Mama Doll Song 2 Audio 1954-09-20 Decca
36 Sweet Georgia Brown / Down By The Station 2 Audio Decca
37 Auld Lang Syne / Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight 2 Audio 1953 Decca
38 Let's Do It Again 2 Audio 1950 Decca
39 After The Ball 2 Audio 1941 Decca
40 Poor Little Rhode Island / Oh! Moytle 2 Audio 1945 Decca
41 Jingle Bells 12 Audio 1980 MCA Records
42 The Sweetest Medleys This Side Of Heaven 47 Audio 1963
43 The Petite Waltz (Le Petite Valse) / Harbor Lights 2 Audio 1950 Decca
44 Blue Afterglow 2 Audio 1941 Decca
45 Long Ago 2 Audio 1944 Decca
46 Sweetest Music This Side Of Heaven / A Musicial Biography 1932-1939 15 Audio
47 Bimbo 2 Audio 1954 Decca
48 Auld Lang Syne / Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight 2 Audio MCA Records
49 Noodlin' Rag 2 Audio 1952 Decca
50 Happy Memories 60 Audio Capitol Records


Guy Lombardo formed "The Royal Canadians" in 1924 with his brothers Carmen, Lebert, and Victor and other musicians from his hometown of London, Ontario, Canada.

Lombardo led the group to international success, billing themselves as creating "The Sweetest Music This Side of Heaven." The Lombardos are believed to have sold between 100 and 300 million phonograph records during their lifetimes.

Members:

Guy Lombardo - conductor, violin

Carmen Lombardo alto sax vocals

Lebert Lombardo trumpet

Victor Lombardo soprano and baritone sax

James Dillon, trombonist;

Fred Higman, saxophonist - vocalist;

Larry Owen, saxophonist - arranger;

Fred Kreitzer, pianist;

George Gowans, drummer.

Guitarist - vocalist Bill Flannigan


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