Lew Pollack

Lew Pollack (1895 – 1946) was an American song composer from New York City. He wrote music for a few popular songs, such as 'Charmaine' and 'Diane' with Erno Rapee, 'My Yiddishe Momme' with Jack Yellen, and a number of standards, including children's song 'Go In and Out The Window' and 'That's a Plenty' for Dixieland orchestras. Pollack also worked with Paul Francis Webster, Sidney Clare, and Ned Washington. In 1970, the composer was inducted to the Songwriters Hall of Fame.


DMR 666 Lew Pollack - 2001 album art Schwyzer Kantonal Blasorchester That's A-Plenty Schwyzer Kantonal Blasorchester - 2001(CD, Album) Liverpool Record DMR 666 Switzerland 2001 Sell This Version


CR 30746 Lew Pollack - Baldur Seifert Präsentiert: Von Zehn Bis Zwölf album art Baldur Seifert That's A Plenty Baldur Seifert - Baldur Seifert Präsentiert: Von Zehn Bis Zwölf(2xCD, Comp) Cerro Records CR 30746 Germany 1998 Sell This Version