According to the Internet source given below, Lew Pollack was an American all-round talent and variously a singer, pianist, composer of popular music for stage and film. His musical career began aged just 14-years old as a boy soprano in the Walter Damrosch choral group. He went on to play piano in picture houses and tour the vaudeville circuit as a singer-pianist. He wrote materials both for himself and others. As a song composer, his collaborators included Erno Rapee, Sidney Clare, Jack Yellen and Ray Gilbert. The greater part of his output went however into film scores such as Captain January (1936), One In A Million (1937), In Old Chicago (1938), My Son, My Son (1940) and Lady, Let's Dance (1944). Perhaps his best known song is the evergreen Charmaine (1927). Of ragtime interest are his That's-A-Plenty (1914) and High Stepper Rag (1917).
List of Lew Pollack's works.
4. More sheet music at Ditty Box Enterprises
- [§] Cairo (1918), Tenor+Treble/Tenor/Tenor+Bass/Bass+Tenor/Great Bass(Bass)
- [§] Tango-Toreador (1914), Treble/Tenor/Tenor/Bass/Great Bass(Bass)
- [§] That's-A-Plenty (1914), Descant/Treble/Tenor/Tenor/Bass/Great Bass(Bass)
Further sheet music at DBE:
POLLACK, LEW BIOGRAPHY by www.naxos.com.
Ragtime Music CDs:
"Perfessor" Bill Edwards on "Perfessor Bill Sings Volume 3"
"Perfessor" Bill Edwards on "The Rag's the Thing"
"Perfessor" Bill Edwards on "A Ragtime Sampler"
Firehouse Stompers on "Leaving Our Mark"
Heliotrope Ragtime Orchestra on "It's a Bear"
Sue Keller on "Nola"
George Lewis on "George Lewis' Ragtime Band of New Orleans: The Oxford Series Vol. 04"
George Lewis on "George Lewis' Ragtime Band of New Orleans: The Oxford Series Vol. 05"
George Lewis on "George Lewis' Ragtime Band of New Orleans: The Oxford Series Vol. 13"
Johnny Maddox on "Back Home in Tennessee" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Johnny Maddox on "Where the Southern Crosses the Yellow Dog" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Various Artists on "Black Secular Vocal Groups Vol. 1: The Twenties (1923-1929)" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Various Artists on "New Orleans Masters"
Various Artists on "The Obscure & Neglected Chicagoans"
Various Artists on "Ragtime unter dem Doppeladler"
Michael Pollock on "Ragtime Michael Tickles the Ivories"
Stumptown Jazz on "On Track"
Adam Swanson on "Chestnut St. in the 90s" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Terry Waldo on "Ragtime Classics Vol. 1"
Fats Waller on "Fats Waller: 1936-37" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Fats Waller on "Fats Waller: 1939"
Fats Waller on "Fats Waller: 1939-40" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Fats Waller on "Fats Waller: Portrait Vol.2"
Fats Waller on "Middle Years Part I (1936-38)"
Lu Watters on "Originals & Ragtime: San Francisco Style: Vol. 2"
White-Gresty Ragtimers on "Mugsy Remembered"
Brass Music CDs:
Canadian Brass on "Basin Street" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Chicago Chamber Brass on "Fireworks For Brass"
South Shore Circus Concert Band on "Sounds of the Circus - Volume 27" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)