Details: Decca DL 74188, stereo, black label with rainbow logo across hole, issue date unknown; probably early 1960s.
Condition: Vinyl VG (side two is VG+, side one has some light scratches and scuffs), jacket VG
Out of Print and Not Available as CD.
From the All Music Guide:
Earl Grant was a triple-threat entertainer as a pianist, organist, and vocalist. While much of his material fell into the arenas of either light pop or jazz-schmaltz, Grant scored two R&B hits in the late '50s and early '60s, the most memorable being "Sweet Sixteen Bars" in 1962. It reached number nine on the R&B charts. His prior smash "The End" was his lone pop hit, reaching number seven in 1958. Grant also was in the films "Tender Is The Night," "Imitation of Life," and "Tokyo Night." He was killed in 1970 in a car wreck at age 39.
The tracks are:
1. Moonlight in Vermont
2. All the Way
3. Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good To You
4. Mountain High, Valley Low
5. Mood Indigo
6. Old Devil Moon
7. Bali Ha'I
8. Get Out of Town
9. Then I'll Be Tired of You
10. A Hundred Years From Today
11. On the Street Where You Live
12. Robbin's Nest
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