|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||New Jazz Sounds||7||Audio||1958||Norgran Records|
|2||Jazz Off The Air Volume 2||2||Audio||Vogue Coral|
|3||Jazz Moods||10||Audio||Hall Of Fame (3)|
|4||Woodchoppers' Ball||8||Audio||Premier Albums|
|5||The Modern Idiom||8||Audio||1952||Capitol Records|
|6||Live In Stereo At Marion June 8,- 1957||13||Audio||1991||Jazz Hour Compact Classics|
|7||Live At Peacock Lane Hollywood January 13 - 1958||10||Audio||1991||Jazz Hour Compact Classics|
|8||Woodchoppers' Ball||8||Audio||1957||Premier Albums|
|9||Bill Harris Collates||8||Audio||1953||Clef Records|
|10||At Carnegie Hall 1946 Vol. II||8||Audio||MGM Records|
|11||First, Last & Only Live Concert From Kimball Hall, Otterburn||10||Audio||Big Chief-Jerollomo|
|12||The Modern Idiom||8||Audio||1952|
|13||A Knight In The Village||5||Audio||Jazz Showcase|
|14||Bill Harris And Friends||7||Audio||Vocalion (3)|
|15||New Jazz Sounds||7||Audio||Verve Records|
|16||The Great Jamboree Jam Sessions||4||Audio||Jazz Greats (2)|
American jazz trombonist.
Born : October 28, 1916 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Died : August 21, 1973 in Hallandale, Florida.
Early in his career, Harris performed with Benny Goodman, Charlie Barnet and Eddie Condon. He had a broad, thick tone and quick vibrato which remained for the duration of each tone. He went on to join Woody Herman's First Herd in 1944. He was also in the Four Brothers Second Herd during the late 1940s, and worked with Herman again in the 1950s. He then teamed up with Charlie Ventura, and later with Chubby Jackson. Together with Flip Phillips, he became a stalwart of Benny Goodman's group in 1959. He later worked in Las Vegas, and finally retired to Florida.