|1||Let My People Swing|
|2||Yearning (Just For You)|
|3||You Should Have Told Me|
|6||If Love Is Good To Me|
|9||Skeepy Time Gal|
|14||I Cried For You|
|PJLP - 82519||Larry Elgart||Dance Band (LP, Album)||Project 3 Total Sound||PJLP - 82519||Brazil||1979|
|PRC-5102||Larry Elgart||The Larry Elgart Dance Band (Cass, Album)||Project 3 Total Sound||PRC-5102||US||1982|
|PRC-5102||The Larry Elgart Dance Band*||The Larry Elgart Dance Band (Cass, Album, Club, Dol)||Project 3 Total Sound||PRC-5102||US||1982|
|15.2250/7||Larry Elgart||The Larry Elgart Dance Band (LP, Album, RE)||Project 3 Records||15.2250/7||Spain||1982|
|PR 5102||Larry Elgart||The Larry Elgart Dance Band (LP, Album)||Project 3 Total Sound||PR 5102||US||1982|
Lawrence Joseph Elgart (March 20, 1922 – August 29, 2017) was an American jazz bandleader. With his brother Les, he recorded "Bandstand Boogie", the theme to the long-running dance show American Bandstand. Elgart was born in 1922 in New London, Connecticut, four years younger than his brother, Les, and grew up in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey. Their mother was a concert pianist; their father also played piano, though not professionally. Larry and Les both attended Pompton Lakes High School.
Greatest Dance Band in the Land.
Larry Elgart (March 20, 1922 – August 29, 2017) was an American jazz bandleader. Larry Elgart was born in 1922 in New London, Connecticut, four years younger than his brother, Les. Their mother was a concert pianist; their father played piano as well, though not professionally.
Help us complete the Larry Elgart discography. I remember the day when the notes of the album Interstellar Space by John Coltrane made me rejoice for their outstanding formal coherence and overall rigour. Free Jazz is the period to which I'm the closest. Even today, I listen with pleasure to those records.
This audio only interview was conducted for a radio program by Dan Del Fiorentino and donated to the NAMM Oral History program: Larry Elgart led a dance band with his brother, Les, which recorded a number of bestselling albums beginning in the 1950s. Their "Campus Hop" album was among the first of its kind to focus on the college audience and became a top seller in 1954
Whitney Houston I Wanna Dance With Somebody. Close To Me (No Swae Lee) - Ellie Goulding X Diplo.