Humphrey Lyttelton

Humphrey Richard Adeane Lyttelton.

Also known as H. Lyttelton, Humphrey Littelton, Humphrey Littleton, Humphrey Lyttleton, Lyttelton, Lyttleton
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Discography of Humphrey Lyttelton:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 An Evening With Alex Welsh And His Friends 7 Audio 1980 Discophon
2 Take It From The Top- A Dedication To Duke Ellington 10 Audio 1975 Black Lion Records
3 An Evening With Alex Welsh And His Friends Part 2 7 Audio 1972 Black Lion Records
4 All That Jazz 20 Audio 1990 Music For Pleasure
5 Humph Plays Standards 10 Audio 1970 Marble Arch Records
6 Humphrey Lyttelton In Canada 8 Audio 1984 Sackville Recordings
7 Triple Exposure 33 Audio 2004-02-09 Calligraph Records
8 Humph At The Bulls Head 10 Audio 1984 Calligraph Records
9 It Seems Like Yesterday 11 Audio 1983 Calligraph Records
10 Trouble In Mind 13 Audio 2003 Slave To The Rhythm Records
11 Salute To Satchmo 15 Audio 1977 Black Lion Records
12 Kansas City Woman 8 Audio 1975 Black Lion Records
13 Swinging Scorpio 8 Audio 2003 Black Lion
14 Zenith Joys 12 Audio 1983 Zen Records (5)
15 Sir Humph's Delight! 9 Audio 1979 Black Lion Records
16 Trouble In Mind 13 Audio 2007 Classic Studio T
17 I Play As I Please 9 Audio 1969 Decca Eclipse
18 Kansas City Woman 8 Audio 1975 Black Lion Records
19 I Play As I Please 9 Audio 1958 London Records
20 The Best Of Humphrey Lyttelton 11 Audio 1980 Black Lion Records
21 Presents The Glenn Miller Years 3 Audio Reader's Digest
22 Jazz Power 15 Audio 1975 Intercord
23 Lightly And Politely 4 Audio Parlophone
24 Kansas City Woman 8 Audio 1975
25 Duke Ellington Classics 7 Audio 1975
26 An Evening With Alex Welsh And His Friends 7 Audio Black Lion Records
27 An Evening With Alex Welsh And His Friends Part 2 7 Audio 1972 Black Lion Records
28 An Evening With Alex Welsh And His Friends 7 Audio 1972 Intercord
29 South Bank Swing Session: Recorded In Concert At The Queen Elizabeth Hall London 7 Audio 1974 Black Lion Records


British jazz trumpeter, clarinetist and bandleader (also writer, journalist, broadcaster and calligrapher).

Born : May 23, 1921 in Eton, Berkshire, England.

Died : April 25, 2008 in Barnet, Hertfordshire, England.

Humphrey worked (among others) with the British jazz pianist George Webb (March 1947-January 1948) and with his own bands (January 1948- 1970s).


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