Sam Lanin & His Orchestra - Sally Of My Dreams / A Happy Ending album FLAC
Thanks to Jeremy Passarelli for the sound file. Sam Lanin and His Orchestra plays Sally Of My Dreams on Perfect 15074, issued in 1928.
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Sam Lanin & His Orchestra – It Made You Happy When You made me cry. 3:16. Sam Lanin & His Orchestra – Susianna. Sam Lanin & His Orchestra – If I Had You. 2:36. Sam Lanin & His Orchestra – My Blackbirds Are My Bluebirds Now. 0:49. Sam Lanin and His Orchestra – Me And My Shadow. Sam Lanin & His Orchestra – It Made You Happy When You made me cry. 3:01. Sam Lanin and His Roseland Orchestra – It Had to Be You. 3:23. Sam Lanin & His Orchestra & Scrappy Lambert – Why Am I so Romantic.
Песни Sam Lanin & His Orchestra ♫♫♫ слушайте онлайн. Скачивайте в формате MP3 на телефон Sam Lanin & His Orchestra лучшая музыка без регистрации только здесь. Sam Lanin - It Made You Happy When You Made Me Cry. 2:39. Sam Lanin - Take in the Sun, Hang Out the Moon.
Lanin And His Orchestra, Lanin's Arcadians, Lanin's Orch. Lanin's Orchestra, Lanin's Roseland Orchestra, Lannon's Roseland Orchestra, Lou Connor & His Collegiates, Paramount Dance Orchestra, Sam Lanin & His Dance Orch. Sam Lanin & His Dance Orchestra, Sam Lanin & His Orch. Sam Lanin & His Orchestra, Sam Lanin & His Roseland Dance Orchestra, Sam Lanin And His Orchestra, Sam Lanin Orch. Sam Lanin's Dance Orchestra. Alone With My Dreams /Whippoorwill (Shellac, 10").
Sam Lanin's brothers, Howard and Lester, were also bandleaders, and all of them had sustained, successful careers in music. Lanin was one of ten children born to Russian Jewish immigrants who emigrated to Philadelphia in the decade of the 1900s.
Also known as Lester Lanin & His Orch. Lester Lanin & His Orchestra, Lester Lanin And His Orch. Lester Lanin Big Band, Lester Lanin E Sua Orquestra, Lester Lanin Und Sein Orchester, Lester Lanin Y Su Orquesta, Orchester Lester Lanin. Members of Lester Lanin And His Orchestra: Artie Baker, Lester Lanin. All audio materials of Lester Lanin And His Orchestra are presented solely for information.
Lanin's brothers, Sam and Howard, were also both bandleaders; they came from a family of ten (of which Lester was the youngest) born to a family of Russian Jewish immigrants. He originally attended South Philadelphia High School but quit at the age of 15 to play music with his brothers abandoning his plans to be an attorney. Beginning in 1927, he led ensembles that were paid to play at the houses of wealthy socialites in Philadelphia and New York, continuing after the 1929 stock market crash. Lanin was managed for much of his career by New York socialite music promoter Al Madison. Since his death, his orchestra continues to play biennially at the International Debutante Ball Lester Lanin died at age 97 in 2004.
Lanin was born into a large and very musical family. His grandfather was a band leader in Philadelphia as was his father, Benjamin Lanin. As many as six of his brothers also became band leaders, most famously Sam Lanin. After starting out on piano and drums as a very small child, Lanin briefly considered a career outside music but by his early teens was playing in bands led by his brothers and was also working as a band booking agent. He led his own first band in Florida but it was in New York in 1930 that he played his first prestigious engagement as a society band leader
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|Sally Of My Dreams|
|A Happy Ending|
|15074||Sam Lanin & His Orchestra||Sally Of My Dreams / A Happy Ending (Shellac, 10", Bro)||Perfect||15074||US||1929|
|36893||Sam Lanin And His Orchestra*||Sally Of My Dreams / A Happy Ending (Shellac, 10")||Pathé Actuelle||36893||US||1929|