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  1. Jan 07,  · Comment: My actual feedback rate is % Not the 81% amazon uses. When I listed this I had 0 negatives in the last 90 days out of + orders. Amazon only counts the feedback given and on amazon fulfilled is less than 3% of orders leave feedback and always it is the people who are unhappy.5/5(1).
  2. Oct 27,  · Lester Lanin (b. Nathaniel Lester Lanin, August 26, , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - d. Oct. 27, , New York City) was an American jazz and pop music bandleader. Lanin's brothers, Sam and Howard, were also both bandleaders; they came from a family of ten (of which Lester was the youngest) born to a family of Russian - Jewish immigrants.
  3. Apr 08,  · Most of the time we listened to the music of a Lester Lanin and his Orchestra. He played dance music, usually from about the ’s through the “current” times, which were the early ’s. My mother and father took ballroom dancing lessons one night a week. They’d come home and practice the dances to Lester Lanin’s wonderful music.
  4. Lanin's brothers, Sam and Howard, were also both bandleaders; they came from a family of ten (of which Lester was the youngest) born to a family of Russian - Jewish immigrants. He originally wanted to be an attorney but quit school to play music in his teens.
  5. Apr 25,  · Lanin became a major star of the dance music world, and was hired worldwide to play for kings and queens, in addition to a recurring invitation to play at White House inaugural balls .
  6. Feb 29,  · This Is Society Dance Music If you've got a turntable, pick up his "Epic" Long Plays: "Lester Lanin Goes To College" and "Dance To The Music Of Lester Lanin". Though I like this CD very much, and am glad it was put out, nothing compares to the original "Epic" Long Playing Record of it/5(8).
  7. Lester Lanin is making a spectacle of himself in a most respectable place, first imitating Janet Jackson in motion, then pounding out a beat on those lovely ceramic table tops at the gilt-edged.
  8. Lester Lanin (b. Nathaniel Lester Lanin, August 26, , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - d. Oct. 27, , New York City) was an American jazz and pop music bandleader. Lanin's brothers, Sam and Howard, were also both bandleaders; they came from a family of ten (of which Lester was the youngest) born to a family of Russian - Jewish immigrants.
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  10. b. Nathaniel Lester Lanin, 26 August , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, d. 27 October , New York City, New York, USA. Lanin was born into a large and very musical family. His grandfather was a band leader in Philadelphia as was his father, Benjamin Lanin. As many as six of his brothers also became band leaders, most famously Sam Lanin.

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