Turks Groove - Les & Larry Elgart - Les & Larry Elgart And Their Orchestra (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. There have been no more enticing invitations out on the jazz dance floor than that of the orchestra of Les and Larry Elgart, with their sharp and clean sound. Their arrangements are full of life and invention in a modern idiom, the melodies always backed by the Elgart.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Les & Larry Elgart And Their Orchestra on Discogs. Label: Columbia - CSP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • 5/5(1).
  3. As Larry observed, "It was an interesting development because the Les Elgart Orchestra of was really not Les, except of course that Les is an entity and a musician and my brother and he wanted to be a bandleader, and since that band in the '40s was called 'Les Elgart,' I was very happy to let him go out and front a band called 'Les Elgart.'.' And soon it was necessary for me to actually.
  4. Maybe the grooviest album ever from the team of Les & Larry Elgart – as you can probably guess from the title! The set's awash in groovy tunes from the late 60s – not just the fab title cut, but a host of other sweet numbers that are given an inventive new take on the Elgart horn LP, Vinyl record album.
  5. Les and Larry Elgart became popular when big bands were ebbing out of existence. The cost of moving 20 people across the country, and paying them became cost prohibitive. Also the advent of electronic music making, giutars and plug in instruments, brought very loud music to /5(13).
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  7. 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. In the s he played in bands led by Raymond Scott, Charlie Spivak, and Harry James, and occasionally f.
  8. Dance-orchestra music. "This particular collection represents one of their very best recorded efforts, being a homage to the big swing bands"--Booklet. "Contains previously released material"--Booklet. Compact disc. Notes by Will Friedwald in booklet. Performer(s): Les Elgart, saxophone ; Larry Elgart, conductor. Description.

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