|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Coral Keys||7||Audio||1971||Black Jazz Records|
|3||Speak Low||6||Audio||1975||Muse Records|
|4||Kenny Dorham||4||Audio||1959||Debut Records (3)|
|6||Inta Somethin' - Recorded "Live" At The Jazz Workshop . San Francisco, California||6||Audio|
|7||Soul Village||6||Audio||Happy Bird|
|8||Hot House||7||Audio||1979||Muse Records|
|9||Coral Keys||2||Audio||1971||Black Jazz Records|
|10||Milestones||6||Audio||1989||Black Lion Records|
|11||Coral Keys||7||Audio||1998||Black Jazz Records|
|14||Bish Bash||8||Audio||1977||Xanadu Records|
|15||Speak Low||9||Audio||Jazztime Records|
|16||Soul Village||6||Audio||1977||Muse Records|
|17||Valley Land||7||Audio||1976||Muse Records|
|18||Hot House||7||Audio||1979||Muse Records|
|19||Valley Land||7||Audio||1976||Muse Records|
|20||Coral Keys||7||Audio||2005-02-04||P-Vine Records|
|21||Speak Low||6||Audio||1984||Jazztime Records|
|22||Just In Time||7||Audio||1989||InterPlay Records|
American jazz pianist and composer.
Born : October 04, 1927 in New York City, New York.
Died : January 24, 1998 in New York City, New York.
He was the son of composer [a=Walter Bishop, Sr.]. In high school his friends included Kenny Drew, Sonny Rollins, and Art Taylor. He began his musical career after World War II, and played and recorded with Art Blakey, Charlie Parker, Oscar Pettiford, Kai Winding, Miles Davis, Jackie McLean, Curtis Fuller, Terry Gibbs, Clark Terry, Blue Mitchell, and Supersax. In the early 1960s he also led his own trio with Jimmy Garrison and G. T. Hogan. He continued performing into the 1990s.
After studying at The Juilliard School with Hall Overton in the late 1960s, he taught music theory at colleges in Los Angeles in the 1970s. In 1983 he began teaching at The Hartt School of the University of Hartford. He also wrote a book, A Study in Fourths, about jazz improvisation based on cycles of fourths and fifths.