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Album Review

This collection focuses more on Lewis' popular sides, although there's a lot of soloing by the likes of Spanier and Goodman, and worthwhile contributions by Teagarden and Dorsey as well. The presence of the title track and "When My Baby Smiles at Me" will make this disc the obvious choice for anyone seeking a portrait of Lewis in music, although those interested in the jazzier side of his work will prefer The Jazzworthy Ted Lewis. The sound quality is high, and the notes are extremely thorough.

Biography

Born: 06 June 1890 in Circleville, OH

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '20s, '30s

It's difficult to believe, based on a paltry pair of compact discs of Ted Lewis' music that exist, that from the beginning of the '20s until the mid-'30s, he was one of the most popular music acts in the world, cutting million-selling records when those scarcely happened more than once a year. It's even harder to comprehend that Lewis maintained an active recording, radio, movie, television, and concert career for 50 years, 1917 to 1967, and enjoyed respect from members of the jazz community that...
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