Ted Lewis' Greatest Hits MCA Records. TED LEWIS Best Of Dbl LP Vinyl VG+ Cover VG+ GF 1976 MCA2 4101 byfrm me. U1-90 TED LEWIS AND HIS ORCHESTRA Greatest Hits. 25m. 19Ted Lewis Greatest Hits Clarinet Swing MCA Cut Out Record.
Album · 2014 · 20 Songs. Ted Lewis Classic Sessions 1928-29. Ted Lewis Rag Time Band. The Very Best Of. 2010. Lewis, Ted: Is Everybody Happy? (1923-1931).
Ted Lewis (15 January 1940 – 1982) was a British writer known for his crime fiction. He was born in Manchester, Lancashire, an only child. After the Second World War the family moved to Barton-upon-Humber in Lincolnshire. He had a strict upbringing and his parents did not want their son to go to art school, but his English teacher Henry Treece, recognising his creative talents in writing and art, persuaded them not to stand in his way. Lewis attended Hull Art School for four years.
Listen to music from Ted Lewis like Alexander's Ragtime Band, On the Sunny Side of the Street & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ted Lewis. Theodore Leopold Friedman, better known as Ted Lewis (June 6, 1890 – August 25, 1971), was an American entertainer, bandleader, singer, and musician. He led a band presenting a combination of jazz, hokey comedy, and schmaltzy sentimentality that was a hit with the American public. Born in Circleville, Ohio, Lewis was one of the first Northern musicians to start imitating the New Orleans jazz musicians who came up to New York in the teens.
The Best of Ted Lewis is a retrospective double album containing 20 Decca recordings from 1938-1950. Lewis had a vaudeville sense of showmanship that manifested itself in his crumpled top hat, corny catch phrases, and talk-singing style that was clearly not intended to be taken too seriously. His shtick made him one of the most popular recording artists of the 1920s and '30s, but the 100 hits he racked up during that period were released on the Columbia label and are not included here.
Much of Ted Lewis' hits were aimed at making listeners feel good, long before the Depression hit. For some, he was too hokey, schmaltzy, and sentimental (the same criticism was often levied at Al Jolson). Much of Ted Lewis' hits were aimed at making listeners feel good, long before the Depression hit.
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