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Eddie Calvert (15 March 1922 — 7 August 1978) was an English trumpeter, who enjoyed his greatest successes in the 1950s. Calvert had his first United Kingdom, number one instrumental single in 1954, with 'Oh Mein Papa'. Albert Edward Calvert was born in Preston, Lancashire, England, and grew up in a family where the music of his local brass band featured highly.

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He was soon able to play a variety of instruments, and he was most accomplished on the trumpet. After World War II he graduated from playing as an amateur in brass bands to professional engagements with popular dance orchestras of the day, including Geraldo's plus Billy Ternet and he soon became renowned for the virtuosity of his performances. Following his exposure on television with the Stanley Black Orchestra, an enthusiastic announcer introduced him as the 'Man With The Golden Trumpet' - an apt description that remained with him for the rest of his musical career.

Calvert's style was unusually individualistic, and he became a familiar musician on BBC Radio and TV during the 1950s. He first recorded for Melodisc, ca 1949-1951 before he started to record for the Columbia label and his records included two UK number ones, 'Oh Mein Papa' and, more than a year later, 'Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White'.

He was the first British instrumentalist to achieve two number ones. 'Oh Mein Papa' which also sold well in the United States, topped the UK Singles Chart for nine weeks (then a UK chart record), and he received the first gold disc awarded for a UK instrumental track. Further chart entries were 'John And Julie', taken from the soundtrack of the movie John and Juliet, and 'Mandy', his last major hit. Other recordings included 'Stranger In Paradise' (1955), 'The Man with the Golden Arm' (1956) and 'Jealousy' (1960). Calvert also co-wrote 'My Son, My Son' in 1954 - a chart-topper for Vera Lynn.

His theme to the film, The Man with the Golden Arm was banned by the BBC. Despite the fact that that this was an instrumental disc, a BBC spokesman said 'The ban is due to its connectiuon with a film about drugs'. Amd Radeon Ramdisk Pro Crack. As the music industry entered the less innocent age of the 1960s, Calvert's musical renditions became less appreciated by record buyers.

By 1968 Calvert had become disillusioned by his dwindling fortunes and left the UK, making South Africa his home. He died of a heart attack in Salisbury in 1978, during a concert tour of Rhodesia. He was 56 years of age. UK singles chart discography: * 'Oh Mein Papa' (#1) - 1953 * 'Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White' (#1) - 1955 * 'Stranger In Paradise' (#14) - 1955 * 'John and Julie' (#6) - 1955 * 'Zambesi' (#13) - 1956 * 'Mandy (La Pense)' (#9) - 1958 * 'Little Serenade' (#28) - 1958 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Eddie Calvert was known to his many thousands of fans as The Man With The Golden Trumpet and it was an apt description.throughout the Fifties and well into the Sixties his hundreds of recordings for EMI's Columbia label brought pleasure to millions, and his records were staple diets for the BBC's old Light Programme. His first hit 'Oh Mein Papa' in December 1953 was also the first ever number one hit record to be recorded at EMI's famous Abbey Road Studios.