Al caiola - guitar for lovers


In 1960 he became a recording star on the United Artists label for over ten years. He had hits in 1961 with "The Magnificent Seven" and "Bonanza". His guitar style was inspired by Duane Eddy . The arrangements were typically by Don Costa , using a large orchestral backing. [1] Caiola continuously released singles and albums throughout the 1960s and beyond, though no others appeared on the charts except for an entry in 1964 with " From Russia with Love ". United Artists used him to make commercial recordings of many movie and TV themes: "Wagon Train (Wagons Ho)", " The Ballad of Paladin ", "The Rebel", and "Gunslinger". His album Solid Gold Guitar contained arrangements of "Jezebel", "Two Guitars", " Big Guitar ", "I Walk the Line", and "Guitar Boogie".


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