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RCA LPM 3034 10" Record; VG; jacket has bottom split.
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10" VINYL LP! The Three Suns Present! 1952 RCA Victor Release! Not Reissued On Compact Disc! TRACKS: A1. Twilight Time; A2. Dardanella; A3. When Day Is Done; A4. The Breeze And I; B1. Sunrise Serenade; B2. I''ll Never Wish For More Than This; B3. Deep Purple; & B4. Hindustan.

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Popular Instrumental Trio From The 1940s/Early 1950s
Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2012
Anyone still around who recalls the popular instrumental trio, The Three Suns, from the 1940s/early 1950s - brothers Al (born Albert Tepper in 1915) and Morty (born Morton Tepper on May 26, 1917) Nevins on guitar and accordion respectively and their cousin organist Artie... See more
Anyone still around who recalls the popular instrumental trio, The Three Suns, from the 1940s/early 1950s - brothers Al (born Albert Tepper in 1915) and Morty (born Morton Tepper on May 26, 1917) Nevins on guitar and accordion respectively and their cousin organist Artie Dunn (born March 14, 1922) - will surely recall that they had one of the best renditions ever of Peg O'' My Heart - which went all the way back to The Ziegfeld Follies Of 1913. In July of 1947 their version made t to # 1 and stayed there for 4 weeks, spending 19 weeks in total on the charts which was well above the average for those days of about 8/9 weeks.

That was just one of 16 hit singles they had from 1944 to 1954, startiing with three for Hit Records in 1944/45, two for Majestic in 1946, and the rest for RCA Victor starting in 1947 with Peg O'' My Heart. In 1949 they released this collection of Christmas tunes as RCA Victor WP-250 (3) 3-disc 45-rpm album set containing: Santa Claus Is Comin'' To Town/Adeste Fideles (O Come All Ye Faithful) - RCA Victor 20-3567; White Christmas/Winter Wonderland (RCA Victor 20-3568); and Silent Night/Jingle Bells (RCA Victor 20-3569). That year it reached # 5 on Billboard''s ELP charts, and in 1951 charted again at # 6. Later the sides were re-released in the 10" album RCA Victor LPM-52, which you see here.

In 1952 they released a similar 45-rpm album titled The Three Suns Christmas Party (RCA Victor EPB-3056 containing: Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer/Frosty The Snowman (RCA Victor 20-4887); Here Comes Santa Claus/The Merry Christmas Polka (RCA Victor 20-4888); Hark! The Herald Angels Sing/The First Noel (RCA Victor 20-4889); and O Holy Night/O Little Town Of Bethlehem (RCA Victor 20-4890). This charted at # 18 on Billboard''s Christmas charts, and was later released as the 10" album RCA Vctor LPM-3056, which you see here.

The name The Three Suns would be carried on well into the 1950s at different times involving guitarists Johnny Buck (Bucky Pizzarelli), Johnny Romano, Del Casher (Del Kacher) and Joe Negri, pianist/accordionist Joe Vento, and accordionist Tony Lovello.

Of the originals, Al died on January 25, 1965, Morty on July 20, 1990, and Artie on January 15, 1996.

The two albums should be re-mastered and re-released as a single CD by someone like Collector''s Choice who specialize in resurrecting old albums.
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