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August 21, 1987 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-08-21

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and "performed" uninvited at
a Chicago restaurant when he
was 4. Eleven years later,
Torme's, Lament to Love was on
the Hit Parade.
No laments from Tonne. After
all, no one pushed him into the
limelight, he says. And, after
all, how many teens were able
to form a band for Chico Marx
and then perform with it?
Torme has a lot to be greatful
for, and he is greatful that he
had parents who "encouraged
me but were not the pushy
types."
Torme's talent pushed for
him. Some 35 years after
hosting a television talk show,
the urbane Torme has become
somewhat of a television sensa-
tion all over again.
Torme has appeared recently
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Anderson does not hide his ad-
miration for the gifted Thrme.
But acting is nothing new for
the entertainer who won an
Emmy nomination 30 years ago
for his part in the "Playhouse
90" production of "The Come-
dian."
In 1963 Torme returned to
television in another mode —
writing special material for
"The Judy Garland Show," an
experience which led to his
book, The Other Side of the
Rainbow.
But television was not the
key to Torme's success. Singing,
writing and recording have
been significant elements as
well as performing at such
locales as Las Vegas.
Despite the good life and
Grammy Awards for hit albums
("An Evening With George
Shearing and Mel Ibrme," "Top
Drawer"), Torme admits life
has not been one big blast and
high note.
his
Working
on
autobiography is a reminder, he
says, of the pain of the past.
"It was very tough for me to
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I've written" — there have been
three others — "that is so pain-
ful in spots that I had to lay it
aside."

Indeed, admits Torme, "it's
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It's just very tough when you're
re-living the divorces, the ear-
ly part of my career" when he
was a favorite target for blister-
ing reviews.
"Oh, the press roasted me;'
he recalls. "But I probably
deserved it. I had a lot to over-
come and it was extremely
painful?'
But overcome the painful past
he has, and Torme is pleased to
cite the past decade "as the
greatest," referring to critical-
ly applauded performances at
the Hollywood Bowl and
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