Lou Levy

Louis A. Levy

Also known as Levy, Louis Levy
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lou_Levy_%28pianist%29

Discography of Lou Levy:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Complete Quintet Sessions 1954-1956 - Volume 3 9 Audio 2006 Fresh Sound Records
2 West Coast Jazz 6 Audio 1955 Norgran Records
3 West Coast Wailers 8 Audio 1984 Atlantic
4 Let's Be Buddies 13 Audio 1985 Jacqueline Records
5 Central Avenue Reunion 7 Audio 1989
6 West Coast Jazz 6 Audio 1955 Columbia
7 A Ballad Album 11 Audio 1984 Criss Cross Jazz
8 Tempus Fugue-It 8 Audio 1977 Interplay Records
9 A Most Musical Fella 10 Audio 1957 RCA Victor
10 For All We Know 10 Audio 1991 Fresh Sound Records
11 West Coast Jazz 6 Audio 1957 Verve Records
12 West Coast Wailers 8 Audio 1984 Atlantic
13 West Coast Jazz 6 Audio 1955 Norgran Records
14 West Coast Wailers 8 Audio 1992


American jazz pianist.

Born: March 05, 1928 in Chicago, Illinois.

Died: January 23, 2001 in Dana Point, California.

Levy worked with [a=Georgie Auld] (1947), [a=Sarah Vaughan], [a=Chubby Jackson] (1947-’48), [a=Boyd Raeburn], [a=Woody Herman] (Second Herd, 1949-’50), [a=Tommy Dorsey] (1950), [a=Pinky Winters], [a=Shorty Rogers], [a=Stan Getz], [a=Terry Gibbs], [a=Benny Goodman], “[a=Supersax]”, and others.

Recorded also some albums as a leader.


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