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  • Toni Arden was an American traditional pop music singer. Arden became a big band singer in the 1940s, singing with Al Trace, Joe Reichman, Ray Bloch and Shep Fields. She started recording as a soloist in 1946 for the minor National Records company, and signed her first solo recording contract with a major record label, Columbia Records, in 1949, where she had several hits including "I Can Dream, Can't I?", "Too Young", "Kiss of Fire" and "I'm Yours". CD compilations of these earlier recordings can be found on the Sepia Records label and a two-CD set released by Jasmine Records In the mid-1950s she moved to Decca Records, where her biggest selling record was "Padre" in 1958. LP albums included "Miss Toni Arden," "Besame!", "Sing a Song of Italy" and "Italian Gold." The first two albums have been compiled on a second CD by the Sepia Records label. She also recorded briefly for RCA Victor and Mercury Records. Her last album My World is You features the compositions of Gladys Shelley.

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