Al Caiola

Alexander Emil Caiola was an American guitarist, composer and arranger who spanned a variety of music genres including jazz, country, rock, and pop. He recorded over fifty albums and worked with some of the biggest names in music during the 20th century, including Elvis Presley, Ray Conniff, Ferrante & Teicher, Frank Sinatra, Percy Faith, Buddy Holly, Mitch Miller, and Tony Bennett. During World War II Caiola played with the United States Marine Corps 5th Marine Division Band that also included Bob Crosby. Caiola served in the Battle of Iwo Jima as a stretcher bearer.

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Down In the DepthsNew Compilation3:06
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Baby Elephant Walk/JavaUltra-Lounge: Bottoms Up!4:04
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Sleigh Ride/Jingle BellsUltra-Lounge/Christmas Cocktails6:15
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La PalomaPercussion Espanol2:18
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The DeputyHit Instrumentals From Western TV Themes1:58
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YoursSpanish Guitars3:24
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Chimin' InWarm Winds and Golden Guitars1:45
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Cuatro VidasMexican Guitars2:14
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Return of the Magnificent SevenBonanza!2:21
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Noche de Ronda (Rerecorded)Spanish Guitar Afternoon2:08
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