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.


25034 Lew Pollack - Five-Fifteen album art Mr Mart Sander* And His Swing Swindlers Happy Ending Mr Mart Sander* And His Swing Swindlers - Five-Fifteen(CD, Album) Divine Art 25034 UK 2005 Sell This Version


CR 30746 Lew Pollack - Von Zehn Bis Zwölf album art Baldur Seifert That's A Plenty Baldur Seifert - Von Zehn Bis Zwölf(2xCD, Comp) Cerro Records CR 30746 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
JIT00 Lew Pollack - New Orleans 1918-29 The Origin Of Jazz album art Various Tha's A Plenty Various - New Orleans 1918-29 The Origin Of Jazz(CD, Comp) Edizioni Del Prado JIT00 Italy 2001 Sell This Version