|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||All Right||4||Audio||Gateway Records|
|2||Music Maestro Please Vol. V||12||Audio|
Jazz trumpeter Eddie Williams is based out of New York City. He has performed on nearly two dozen albums of mainstream jazz recorded between the mid-'50s and early '80s. His style ranges from hard bop to soul-jazz, and is most noted for his appearances on Lou Donaldson's 1969 releases titled "Hot Dog" and "Everything I Play Is Funky". More recently, Williams performed in the early-'90s comeback album of soul singer Solomon Burke, and also figures prominently in the funky Blue Break Beats series. He even trumpeted as a part of Broadway pit bands.
For the saxophonist, see [a=Eddy Williams (2)].
For the bassist (1912-1995), member of [a=Johnny Moore's Three Blazers], see [a=Eddie Williams (3)].
For the engineer, see [a=Ed Williams].