Ben Pollack And His Orchestra - Ben Pollack And His Orchestra 1928-1929


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He loved music, however, and took up the drums in school. He played drums in various high-school groups and an all-city band, and also picked up occasional work with professional outfits while still in his teens. Pollack became a member of the Harry Bastin Band, before moving on to work with a groundbreaking ensemble as the drummer for the New Orleans Rhythm Kings, the pioneering white Dixieland ensemble, during the early '20s. Pollack was supposed to go into the family business, but decided to stay in music, and for a time he took over the Bastin band in Los Angeles.

He formed his Spray Work - Computer Soup - Toizarasi band inand for the next eight years he was host to some of the biggest future talents in jazz, as Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Jack Teagarden, Jimmy McPartland, and later, Yank Lawson and Matty Matlock passed through his lineup.

The group finally broke up in December ofand its membership immediately became the core of Bob Crosby's band, Rhythm (Conhuir McKee Radio Remix) - Cream Sound - Rhythm went on to years of success in that capacity. Loveless Love -2 I'm A Ding Dong Daddy -2 I've Got Five Dollars -6 Sweet And Hot -5 Beale Street Blues -5 Beale Street Blues Sentimental Baby - voc: Gene Austin 5.

Futuristic Rhythm - My Generation - The Who - Collection Ben Pollack 6. Louise - voc: Smith Ballew 8. Ben Pollack And His Orchestra - Ben Pollack And His Orchestra 1928-1929 Kinda Love - voc: Ben Pollack Bashful Baby - voc: Scrappy Lambert True Blue Lou - voc: Scrappy Lambert From Now On - voc: Scrappy Lambert San Antonio Shout 2.

Song of India 3. Charley My Boy 4. Sentimental Journey 5. San 6. Stompin' at the Savoy 7. That Da Da Strain 8. Dardanella 9. Fidgety Feet Tin Roof Blues At the Jazz Band Ball Goody Goody Sensation Rag Milneburg Joys Echo in the Cavern Third Man Theme San Sue Strut Original Dixieland One - Step Royal Garden Blues.

Volume 3 CD. On With the Dance 4. I'd Like to Be a Gypsy 5. Finding the Long Way Home 6. In the Hush of the Night 7. Beautiful Baby 9. Song of the Blues Ben Pollack was a talented drummer and an even better bandleader, with a great ear for talent but none of the luck needed to hold onto his discoveries. Pollack was born in Chicago, to a family in the fur business. He loved music, however, and took up the drums in school.

He played drums in various high-school groups and an all-city band, and also picked up occasional work with professional outfits while still in his teens.

Pollack became a member of the Harry Bastin Band, before moving on to work with a groundbreaking ensemble as the drummer for the New Orleans Rhythm Kingsthe pioneering white Dixieland ensemble, during the early '20s. Fulfilled by Amazon. Condition: Used: Very Good. Comment: Fast Amazon shipping, delivery tracking number, no hassle return policy - your satisfaction is guaranteed! Ships in original case with original artwork.

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  7. Ben Pollack. Ben Pollack (June 22, - June 7, ) was an American drummer and bandleader from the mid s through the swing era. His eye for talent led him to either discover or employ, at one time or another, musicians such as Benny Goodman, Jack Teagarden, Glenn Miller, Jimmy McPartland and Harry James.
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  9. Ben Pollack was an American drummer and bandleader from the mids through the swing era. His eye for talent led him to employ musicians such as Benny Goodman, Jack Teagarden, Glenn Miller, Jimmy McPartland, and Harry James. This ability earned him the nickname the "Father of Swing".

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