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Whats New - Les & Larry Elgart - Les & Larry Elgart And Their Orchestra (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Mar 03,  · In , alto saxist Larry Elgart, who later spent more than 40 years cranking out “businessman’s bounce” albums of riff jazz either by himself or in conjunction with his brother Les, was playing in the orchestra pit of the popular Broadway hit show Top Banana (which propelled Phil Silvers to stardom) with fellow musician Charles.
  2. Les Elgart (August 3, , New Haven, Connecticut-July 29, , Dallas, Texas) was an American swing jazz bandleader and trumpeter. Lester E. (Les) Elgart began playing trumpet as a teenager, and by age 20 had landed professional gigs.
  3. Career. Born in New Haven, Connecticut, Elgart grew up in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey with his brother Larry. Both brothers attended Pompton Lakes High School.. He began playing trumpet as a teenager and was playing professionally by the age of twenty. During the s he was a member of bands led by Raymond Scott, Charlie Spivak, and Harry James, occasionally finding himself alongside his.
  4. OCLC Number: Notes: Dance-orchestra music. Performer(s): Les Elgart, saxophone ; Larry Elgart, conductor. Description: 1 audio disc: analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
  5. Sep 01,  · Larry Elgart, a saxophonist who formed a popular big band with his older brother, Les, co-wrote the theme song to "American Bandstand," and had his biggest hit .
  6. I had the vinyl version of this album long a go and was grateful to replace it on CD. Some hard driving music here and most of the tunes are exciting. The CD is only 31 minutes long and the so could easily have contained another Elgart album. Also, there are no attribution or liner notes at all.4/5(2).
  7. - Les Elgart and his Orchestra, Larry Elgart and his Orchestra. (Personnel on Camera) - Jazz on the Screen is a reference work of filmographic information and does not point to .
  8. Aug 31,  · The Les Elgart Orchestra, renamed the Les and Larry Elgart Orchestra two years later, found a lucrative niche performing at school dances, a role reflected in their .
  9. Larry Elgart (March 20, – August 29, ) was an American jazz bandleader. With his brother Les, he recorded "Bandstand Boogie", the theme to the long-running dance show American Bandstand. Larry Elgart was born in in New London, Connecticut, four years younger than his brother, Les.