|A1||I'm Walking Behind You|
|A3||Outside Of Heaven|
|B1||Lady Of Spain|
|B2||Wish You Were Here|
|B3||I'll Hold You In My Heart|
|CEP-6144X||Eddie Fisher||Here's My Souvenir Record From Coke Time (7", EP)||RCA Victor||CEP-6144X||US||1953|
Edwin John "Eddie" Fisher (August 10, 1928 – September 22, 2010) was an American singer and actor. He was one of the most popular artists during the first half of the 1950s, selling millions of records and hosting his own TV show. Fisher divorced his first wife, actress Debbie Reynolds, to marry Reynolds' best friend, actress Elizabeth Taylor, after Taylor's husband, film producer Mike Todd, was killed in a plane crash
Coke Time with Eddie Fisher is an American musical variety television series starring singer Eddie Fisher which was broadcast by NBC on Wednesday nights in early prime time from 1953 to 1957. The program was aired from 7:30 to 7:45 . Eastern Time on Wednesdays and Fridays, and was not seen during the summer months. Eastern Time over the Mutual Broadcasting System from 1953 through 1955).
Customs services and international tracking provided. Coke Escovedo Record Album LP SRM-1-1041 Mercury Records Self-Titled. EDDIE FISHER Souvenir Record From Coke Time 45 rpm 7" EP w/ PICTURE SLEEVE 1956.
After Coke Time ended, Eddie Fisher became the host of his own hour-long variety show called The Eddie Fisher Show (alternating with The George Gobel Show) on NBC's Tuesday night schedule from October 1957 through March 1959. Coke Time with Eddie Fisher on IMDb. Kinescope of a public domain episode at the Internet Archive. 1953–54 United States network television schedule. According to Brooks and Marsh (2007), Garroway's show "was faced with overwhelming competition from Mama and Ozzie & Harriet, which were running opposite on CBS and ABC, and it only lasted a single season". Bonino did not even last the full season.
Eddie Fisher ranked behind only Patti Page and Perry Como as the most successful pop singles artist of the first half of the 1950s, placing 35 songs in the Billboard charts between 1950 and 1954, including 22 Top Ten hits, among them seven gold records, four of which hit number one. Fisher was part of a new generation of male singers who eschewed the intimate crooning style of Como, Bing Crosby, and Frank Sinatra in favor of a more bravura approach that sometimes recalled Al Jolson. Upon completing his . Army service, Fisher launched his own television series, the twice-a-week, 15-minute Coke Time with Eddie Fisher, on April 29, 1953. During the year, he charted another six singles, among them the gold-selling number ones "I'm Walking Behind You" and "Oh! My Pa-Pa" (O Mein Papa).
Eddie Fisher Turn Back The Hands Of Time. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Eddie Fisher Christmas Day. 03:03. Eddie Fisher On the Street Where You Live.