My idea of what's good and bad and right and wrong is maybe greyer than most, and I like writing about that.
We were like a stock company at Warners. We didn't know any of the stars from the other studios.
The very first time I ever heard anything of mine on the radio, I was in New Jersey, and I was in my teens. I did my first record, which was an old standard called 'My Mother's Eyes.' It was the old Georgie Jessel theme. I heard it on local radio out of Newark. And it was very exciting!
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