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Date of Birth December 08, 1933
Date of Death July 01, 2000
Place of Birth Canton, OhioUnited States
Country United States
Profession Singer
Horoscope Sagittarius

Dick Glasser Biography

Dick Glasser is a famous American singer, songwriter, and record producerMusical artist, who was born on December 08, 1933 in Canton, OhioUnited States. According to Astrologers, Dick Glasser's zodiac sign is Sagittarius.

Richard Eugene Glasser (December 8, 1933 – July 10, 2000) was a singer, songwriter, and record producer.

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Glasser was born in Canton, Ohio, the third of eleven children and the oldest of five boys: subsequent to graduating Minerva High School he served in the navy. His biggest hit as a songwriter was "Angels in the Sky," which he recorded and released on Jack Gale's Triple-A label in early 1954. RCA Records subsequently made an offer to Gale for the song and gave it to their singer Tony Martin that same year. The deal also involved Gale pulling the Glasser original off the market. The following year, the song was revived by The Crew-Cuts on Mercury and their version sold a million copies.

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Glasser went on to release many excellent recordings during the mid to late 50s on Dot, Argo, then Columbia, before moving to Liberty in 1960 where he was appointed head of Metric Music—Liberty's song publishing arm. In January 1961 Gene Vincent recorded the Glasser song "Teardrops," and released it on Capitol. Aside from running Metric, Glasser also released eight singles for the label, the pick being "Handsome Guy," a 1962 recording produced by Snuff Garrett and written by P.J. Proby under his real name, James Marcus Smith. The record was a top 10 hit for him that year in Australia. He also did session work for the label as a guitarist.

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Also in 1962, Glasser produced a record by an instrumental band called The Fencemen, composed of Oklahoma expatriates Chuck Blackwell, David Gates, and Leon Russell. Although the musicians went on to individual fame and success,"Swingin' Gates" (written by David Gates and Cliff Crofford) b/w "Bach n' Roll" (written by Leon Russell [as Russell Bridges]) failed to chart. The Fencemen released a second single in early 1963, "Sunday Stranger" (written by Billy Strange) b/w "Sour Grapes" (written by David Gates), which also went nowhere.

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From January 1964 Glasser was general manager of Liberty's Dolton label where he produced recordings for such acts as Vic Dana, the Fleetwoods, and the Ventures, including Dana's original version of "I Will" a much-recorded Glasser composition.

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