Musician Al Nevins (1915-1965) had two main claims to fame. In 1939 Nevins, whose main instrument was guitar, founded The Three Suns with his brother Morty, an accordionist, and a cousin, Artie Dunn, who played organ. The trio turned into one of the most popular instrumental combos of the 1940s and '50s. Their big hit was Twilight Time, co-written by the Nevins brothers and Buck Ram.
After Al Nevins's performing career was over he founded the publishing company Aldon Music with Don Kirshner. Some of the most important pop songwriters of the early 1960s were under contract to Aldon at one time or another, including Carole King, Gerry Goffin, Neil Sedaka, Barry Mann and Cynthia Weill.
Amongst all this activity, Al Nevins found time to record several albums under his own name for RCA Victor, including a 1958 release called Dancing with the Blues. This easy listening dance band album swung along quite nicely, as you can hear if you download the sample track from the link below.
Alone with the Blues
None of Al Nevins's solo recordings appear to have been released on CD or are available as downloads. There have been umpteen reissues of Three Suns' recordings of widely varying quality.
Here's a sample, via YouTube, of another of Nevins's trio of RCA albums, this one also released in 1958.