Nick Noble (born in 1926) was a Chicago born and bred singer who had some Billboard hits between 1957 and 1959. Although he always remained popular in his hometown, he regained some national fame both in the early sixties as well as 1978. Besides serving in the Navy towards the end of WWII, Noble was the nephew of Lou Mitchell, who opened the namesake Chicago Restaurant, in which Noble would later become an owner. He would die in 2012 at the age of 85.
This record was released by Mercury’s Wing subsidiary and distributed in Canada by Quality Records. Wing had some success in the late 50’s so that is when I am guessing this came out. Alright album. Kind of that old school 50’s crooner style that died with the advent of rock and roll.
This album really is not my cup of tea but I do wonder if my pal Al Jr (whose father owned this record) was perhaps conceived because of it. For that reason, satisfactory enough.