|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Singin' In The Rain / All I Do Is Dream Of You / All I Do Is Dream Of You||2||Audio||MGM Records|
|2||Singin' In The Rain||2||Audio||1952-12-00||MGM Records|
|3||Slaughter On Tenth Avenue||2||Audio||MGM Records|
|4||Who / Look For The Silver Lining||2||Audio||MGM Records|
|5||Where Or When / The Lady Is A Tramp||2||Audio||1952||MGM Records|
|6||Slaughter On Tenth Avenue||2||Audio||1951||MGM Records|
|7||Singin' In The Rain - The Original MGM Sound Track Album||9||Audio||Metro Records|
Jewish American composer, conductor, arranger and pianist.
b. February 13, 1908 (New York, NY, USA)
d. April 24, 1971 (Palm Springs, CA, USA)
Starting out as a jazz pianist, he played with [a=Spencer Clark (2)] in the Little Ramblers ('26), Cass Hagen ('27), and [a=Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra] ('28-30). He also appeared on a number of recordings due this time with musicians such as [a=Frankie Trumbauer], [a=Bix Beiderbecke], [a=Red Nichols], and [a=Joe Venuti].
During the '30s he was musical director of [a=Bing Crosby]'s radio show and led his own orchestra. He went on to be musical director at MGM Studios, Hollywood ('40-53) and for [a=Lena Horne] ('50s & '60s), who he married in '47.