Lee Wiley

Also known as Riley, Weehler, Whilley, Wiley

Discography of Lee Wiley:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Lee Wiley Sings And Lennie Tristano Plays 4 Audio Royale
2 West Of The Moon 12 Audio 1997-12-17
3 Night In Manhattan 8 Audio 1950 Columbia
4 Two Classic Interpretations Of Some Of The Most Unforgettable Songs Of The Immortal Cole Porter 12 Audio 1965 JJC Records
5 Duologue 12 Audio 1988 Black Lion Records
6 As Time Goes By 20 Audio 1991
7 A Touch Of The Blues 12 Audio 1986 RCA
8 Lee Wiley Sings George Gershwin And Cole Porter 16 Audio Monmouth Evergreen
9 As Time Goes By 20 Audio 1991
10 West Of The Moon 12 Audio 1957 RCA Victor
11 Lee Wiley Sings With Eddie Condon All-Stars 1944&45 11 Audio Dan Records
12 Back Home Again 12 Audio 1971 Monmouth Evergreen
13 A Touch Of The Blues 12 Audio 1958 RCA Victor
14 A Touch Of The Blues 12 Audio 1958 RCA
15 Night In Manhattan 8 Audio 1951 Columbia
16 A Touch Of The Blues 12 Audio 1989 RCA
17 Lee Wiley Sings Irving Berlin 8 Audio 1952 Columbia
18 Night In Manhattan 8 Audio 1979 CBS/Sony
19 West Of The Moon 15 Audio 2007 Mosaic Records (2)
20 Lee Wiley Sings And Lennie Tristano Plays 8 Audio Allegro Elite
21 The One And Only 12 Audio 1964 Recording Industries Corp.
22 Lee Wiley Sings Rodgers & Hart And Harold Arlen 18 Audio Monmouth Evergreen
23 Miss Lee Wiley 20 Audio Memories-Lightest


American jazz singer.

Born : October 09, 1908 in Fort Gibson, Oklahoma.

Died : December 11, 1975 in New York City, New York.

Lee was a popular singer jazz that had been being active for the first years 1930s up to the 1972 year of her withdrawal from the musical scenes.

She had been married since 1943 to 1948 the bandleader (and pianist) Jess Stacy.


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