The picture on this cover of Johnny's record album Cindy's Birthday was taken during the filming of the episode of The Princess.
Bob Keene, president of Del-Fi Records, sold Johnny Crawford and his father on recording Daydreams for his disk debut, and they didn't regret it, especially when the song climbed the top 100 chart.
Bob Keane — whose brightest star had been Ritchie Valens — signed Crawford to his Del-Fi label in 1961. Johnny had 20 hits on the charts, including the No. 8 Cindy’s Birthday in 1962.
Although I don't know the name of the gentleman in the middle, you can clearly see on Johnny album cover that this gentleman is in the background.
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