To You Sweetheart, Aloha is the fourth studio album by American pop singer Andy Williams and was released late in the summer of by Cadence Records. One of the songs on this album, "Hawaiian Wedding Song", was originally recorded and released as a single in and stayed on the pop chart Henry King And His Orchestra - South Sea Island Magic / To You 20 weeks, peaking at number Both of those songs, however, were rerecorded for this album while the hit single was not.
The album was reissued with the title The Hawaiian Wedding Henry King And His Orchestra - South Sea Island Magic / To You in by Columbia Records and entered the Top LP's chart in Billboard magazine's May 22 Lonely - The Gladiators - Lonely / Bull Dog that year and reached number 61 during its 18 weeks there.
To You Sweetheart, Aloha was released on compact disc for the first time as one of two albums on one CD by Collectables Records on September 12,the other album being a Cadence compilation entitled Million Seller Songs.
Allmusic 's William Ruhlmann pointed out that Cadence Records head and orchestra conductor Archie Bleyer "eschewed the usual practice of employing traditional Hawaiian instruments and importing the islands' musicians, settling instead for Hawaiian-styled arrangements played by a standard orchestra. Billboard gave the album a favorable review. The single "Hawaiian Wedding Song" brought the first of six Grammy nominations that Williams received over the course of his career, this time in the category for Best Vocal Performance, Male.
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