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Joseph Paolino, Jr. (March 9, 1929 – December 26, 1996), who performed as Joe Valino, was an American singer who had a chart hit in 1957 with "The Garden of Eden". Born in Philadelphia, the son of Mary and Joseph Paolino, he learned piano and guitar and began performing in local clubs as a child. While still in his teens, he accompanied Sarah Vaughan in piano, and by the age of 18 had performed as a singer and pianist with the big bands of Woody Herman and Tommy Dorsey.
George Siravo Orchestra, Joe Valino & George Siravo Chorus.
ARTIST/TITLE: GLENN MILLER & HIS ORCHESTRA - Glenn Miller In Concert. LABEL: RCA Victor EPBT 3001. Record Label RCA Victor Records. Duration EP. Genre Jazz. Style Big Band/Swing. Typical of the band’s repertoire were ‘Roamin’ In The Gloamin’’, ‘Hornpipe Boogie’, ‘Cockles And Muscles’, ‘Say Si Si’, ‘Fanfare Jump’ and the album Cha-Cha-Cha Delaney, all of which appeared on the UK Pye label. Style: Big Band/SwingDuration: Single. Duke Ellington "Mood Indigo & Solitude" 7" Columbia Single EX CONDITION.
Valino's version drew him to the attention of RCA Records, and he recorded the song "The Garden of Eden", written by Dennise Norwood, for its subsidiary Vik label in 1956. Recorded with the George Siravo Orchestra, the song reached on the Billboard pop chart the following year, and also reached in Britain, where a cover version by Frankie Vaughan reached the spot. While "The Garden of Eden" was on the charts, a former girlfriend of Valino claimed that he had arranged for her to have an illegal abortion . Joe", a song on their album To the Faithful Departed by The Cranberries. Joe FM (disambiguation), any of several radio stations.