By the time of his second album, I'm in the Mood for Love, the label was aiming seriously at the LP market and had him record new arrangements of old standards. (The CD concludes with the one-off single "Christmas Eve in My Hometown," which Fisher recorded for the 1953 holiday season.) For the 2002 listener, that makes the collection a curious mixture.Its first third consists of mostly unfamiliar songs sung in a tentative manner, concluding with Fisher's first hit, "Thinking of You." Then, in the middle, the singer takes on evergreens like "I'm in the Mood for Love" and "I've Got You Under My Skin" in his patented soaring tenor.
Or blind.” As they both climbed the Hollywood ladder, Reynolds and Taylor became great friends.
In 1955 Reynolds married the first of her three husbands, Eddie Fisher, and together they had two children, Carrie and Todd Fisher.
By means of this discount-priced compilation, it is possible to trace Eddie Fisher's triumphs on the album charts in 1952, the year of his greatest popularity.
(This is not, however, the same thing as tracing his equal success on the singles charts.
Reynolds, now starring as Liberace's mother, Frances, in "Behind the Candelabra," also bluntly revealed in the interview that she was a virgin when she married her first husband, singer Eddie Fisher — father of "Star Wars" actress Carrie Fisher.