Tommy Flanagan discography

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Tommy Flanagan was an American jazz pianist. His appearances on record date from 1956 to 2001 and include more than 30 albums under his own name and more than 200 as a sideman.

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Discography

As leader/co-leader

Year recordedTitleLabelPersonnel/Notes
1957 Overseas Prestige Trio, with Wilbur Little (bass), Elvin Jones (drums)
1957 The Cats New Jazz The Prestige All Stars: Also with Idrees Sulieman (trumpet), John Coltrane (tenor sax), Kenny Burrell (guitar), Doug Watkins (bass), Louis Hayes (drums)
1959 Lonely Town Blue Note Trio, with Joe Benjamin (bass), Elvin Jones (drums); released 1979 [1]
1960 The Tommy Flanagan Trio Moodsville Trio, with Tommy Potter (bass), Roy Haynes (drums)
1974 Solo Piano Storyville Solo; released 2005 [1]
1975 The Tommy Flanagan Tokyo Recital Pablo Trio, with Keter Betts (bass), Bobby Durham (drums)
1976 Trinity Inner City Trio, with Ron Carter (bass), Roy Haynes (drums)
1977 Eclypso Enja Trio, with George Mraz (bass), Elvin Jones (drums)
1977 Montreux '77 Pablo Trio, with Keter Betts (bass) Bobby Durham (drums); in concert
1977 Alone Too Long Denon Solo
1978 Our Delights Galaxy Duo, with Hank Jones (piano)
1978 More Delights Galaxy Duo, with Hank Jones (piano)
1978 Something Borrowed, Something Blue Galaxy Trio, with Keter Betts (bass), Jimmie Smith (drums)
1978 Tommy Flanagan Plays the Music of Harold Arlen TrioTrio, with George Mraz (bass), Connie Kay (drums); Helen Merrill (vocals) added on one track
1977–78 Confirmation Enja Some tracks trio, with George Mraz (bass), Elvin Jones (drums); some tracks duo, with Mraz
1978 Ballads & Blues Enja Duo, with George Mraz (bass)
1978 The Super Jazz Trio Baystate Trio, with Reggie Workman (bass), Joe Chambers (drums)
1978 Together Denon Duo, with Kenny Barron (piano)
1979 Something Tasty Baystate Quartet, with Art Farmer (flugelhorn), Reggie Workman (bass), Joe Chambers (drums)
1979Communication: Live at Fat Tuesday's New York, Vol. 1 Paddle Wheel Trio, with Jerry Dodgion (alto sax, soprano sax), Red Mitchell (bass); in concert
1979Communication: Live at Fat Tuesday's New York, Vol. 2 Paddle Wheel Trio, with Jerry Dodgion (alto sax, soprano sax), Red Mitchell (bass); in concert
1980 Super-Session Enja Trio, with Red Mitchell (bass), Elvin Jones (drums)
1980 The Standard Baystate Trio, with Reggie Workman (bass), Joe Chambers (drums)
1980 You're Me PhontasticDuo, with Red Mitchell (bass)
1981 ...And a Little Pleasure Uptown Duo, with J. R. Monterose (tenor sax, soprano sax)
1981 The Magnificent Tommy Flanagan Progressive Trio, with George Mraz (bass), Al Foster (drums)
1982 Giant Steps Enja Trio, with George Mraz (bass), Al Foster (drums)
1982 The Magic of 2 Resonance Most tracks duo, with Jaki Byard (piano); some tracks solo; in concert; released 2013
1982 Thelonica Enja Trio, with George Mraz (bass), Art Taylor (drums)
1983 I'm All Smiles MPS Duo, with Hank Jones (piano)
1983 The Master Trio BaybridgeTrio, with Ron Carter (bass), Tony Williams (drums)
1983 Blues in the Closet BaybridgeTrio, with Ron Carter (bass), Tony Williams (drums)
1986 Nights at the Vanguard Uptown Trio, with George Mraz (bass), Al Foster (drums); in concert
1989 Jazz Poet Timeless Trio, with George Mraz (bass), Kenny Washington (drums)
1990 Beyond the Blue Bird Timeless Quartet, with Kenny Burrell (guitar), George Mraz (bass), Lewis Nash (drums)
1993 Flanagan's Shenanigans Storyville Nonet, with Jesper Thilo (tenor sax), Steen Hansen (horn), Vincent Nilsson (baritone horn), Jan Zum Vohrde (alto sax, bass clarinet), Uffe Markussen (tenor sax, soprano sax, bass clarinet), Flemming Madsen (bass clarinet), Jesper Lundgaard (bass), Lewis Nash (drums)
1993 Let's Play the Music of Thad Jones Enja Trio, with Jesper Lundgaard (bass), Lewis Nash (drums)
1993 Lady Be Good ... For Ella Groovin' HighTrio, with Peter Washington (bass), Lewis Nash (drums)
1996 Sea Changes Alfa Jazz Trio, with Peter Washington (bass), Lewis Nash (drums)
1997 Sunset and the Mockingbird Blue Note Trio, with Peter Washington (bass), Lewis Nash (drums), in concert

As sideman

Year recordedLeaderTitleLabelPersonnel/
Notes
1990 100 Gold FingersPiano Playhouse '90Absord
1993 100 Gold FingersPiano Playhouse '93, Vol. 1Absord
1993 100 Gold FingersPiano Playhouse '93, Vol. 2Absord
1960 Pepper Adams Motor City Scene Bethlehem and Donald Byrd
1968 Pepper Adams Encounter! Prestige
1980 Pepper Adams The Master... Muse
1985 Pepper Adams The Adams Effect Uptown
1984Yasuko AgawaAll Right with MeInvitation
1986 Lorez Alexandria My One and Only Love CBS/Sony
1998 Harry Allen Day DreamBMG
1985 Franco Ambrosetti Tentets Enja
1960 Gene Ammons Boss Tenor Prestige
1960 Benny Bailey Big Brass Candid
1961 Dave Bailey Bash! JazzlineReissued as Kenny Dorham Osmosis (Black Lion, 1990) and Tommy Flanagan Trio And Sextet (Onyx/Xanadu, 1973)
1994 Marcus Belgrave Marcus Belgrave with Detroit's Jazz Piano Legacy, Vol. 1Detroit Jazz Musicians Co-Op
1965 Tony Bennett The Movie Song Album Columbia
1960 Art Blakey , Elvin Jones, Philly Joe Jones, Charlie PersipGretsch Drum Night at Birdland Roulette
1960 Art Blakey , Elvin Jones, Philly Joe Jones, Charlie PersipGretsch Drum Night at Birdland, Vol. 2 Roulette
1965Pat BowieFeelin' Good! Prestige
1987 Joshua Breakstone Evening Star Contemporary
1962 Ray Brown Ray Brown with the All Star Big Band Verve
1956 Kenny Burrell Jazzmen Detroit Savoy
1956 Kenny Burrell Introducing Kenny Burrell Blue Note
1956 Kenny Burrell Swingin' Blue Note
1956 Kenny Burrell Kenny Burrell Blue Note This album (BLP 1543) is also known as Volume 2
1957 Kenny Burrell All Day Long Prestige Credited to "The Prestige All Stars"
1957 Kenny Burrell Kenny Burrell Prestige (PRLP 7088)
1958 Kenny Burrell , John Coltrane Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane New Jazz
1960–61 Kenny Burrell Weaver of Dreams Columbia
1962 Kenny Burrell Bluesy Burrell Moodsville Also features Coleman Hawkins
1962 Gary Burton Who Is Gary Burton? RCA
1957 Donald Byrd Jazz Lab Columbia Also features Gigi Gryce
1976 Benny Carter The King Pablo
1976 Benny Carter , Dizzy Gillespie Carter, Gillespie Inc. Pablo
1999Tommy CecilSamba for FelixSlider
1957 Paul Chambers Paul Chambers Quintet Blue Note
1956 Kenny Clarke Kenny Clarke Meets the Detroit Jazzmen Savoy
1975 Buck Clayton A Buck Clayton Jam Session, Vol. 2 Chiaroscuro
1960 Arnett Cobb More Party Time Prestige
1960 Arnett Cobb Movin' Right Along Prestige
1991 Steve Coleman Rhythm in Mind BMG Novus
1959 John Coltrane Giant Steps Atlantic
1968 Sonny Criss Sonny's Dream (Birth of the New Cool) Prestige
1976 Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis Straight Ahead Pablo
1956 Miles Davis Collectors' Items Prestige
1994 Klaus Doldinger Doldinger in New YorkBluemoon
1959 Kenny Dorham Quiet Kenny New Jazz
1960 Kenny Dorham The Kenny Dorham Memorial Album Xanadu
1964 Kenny Dorham Trompeta Toccata Blue Note
1978 Ted Dunbar Opening Remarks Xanadu
1960 Harry "Sweets" Edison Patented by Edison Roulette
1985 Art Ellefson Art Ellefson Quartet Featuring Tommy FlanaganUnisson
1960 Booker Ervin The Book Cooks Bethlehem
1964 Booker Ervin The Song Book Prestige
1981 Tal Farlow Chromatic Palette Concord
1960 Art Farmer Art Argo
1962 Art Farmer Listen to Art Farmer and the Orchestra Mercury
1964 Art Farmer The Many Faces of Art Farmer Scepter
1965–66 Art Farmer Group Therapy Scepter Issued as by "The New York Jazz Sextet", with Tom McIntosh, James Moody and Albert Heath
1964 Ella Fitzgerald Ella at Juan-Les-Pins Verve With Roy Eldridge
1965 Ella Fitzgerald Ella in Hamburg Verve
1969 Ella Fitzgerald Sunshine of Your Love Verve
1969 Ella Fitzgerald Ella Fitzgerald: Live at Montreux 1969 [DVD]Eagle Vision
1970 Ella Fitzgerald Ella in Budapest Pablo
1970 Ella Fitzgerald Things Ain't What They Used to Be Reprise
1971 Ella Fitzgerald Ella à Nice Pablo
1972 Ella Fitzgerald Jazz at Santa Monica Civic '72 Pablo
1972 Ella Fitzgerald Ella Loves Cole Pablo
1973 Ella Fitzgerald Newport Jazz Festival: Live at Carnegie Hall Pablo
1974 Ella Fitzgerald Ella in London Pablo
1974 Ella Fitzgerald Fine and Mellow Pablo
1975 Ella Fitzgerald Montreux '75 Pablo
1977 Ella Fitzgerald Montreux '77 Pablo
1957 Curtis Fuller Jazz ...It's Magic! Regent
1959 Curtis Fuller Sliding Easy United Artists
1959 Curtis Fuller Blues-ette Savoy
1961 Curtis Fuller South American Cookin' Epic
1993 Curtis Fuller Blues-ette Part II Savoy
1975 Dizzy Gillespie The Dizzy Gillespie Big 7 Pablo
1993 Dusko Goykovich Soul Connection Enja
1993 Dusko Goykovich Soul Connection, Volume II Enja
1959 Benny Golson Gettin' with It New Jazz
1962 Benny Golson Free Argo
1970 Dexter Gordon The Panther! Prestige
1958 Bennie Green The Swingin'est Vee-Jay
1975 Al Grey Grey's Mood Black and Blue
1976 Jim Hall Commitment A&M/Horizon
1961 Jimmy Hamilton It's About Time Swingville
1961 Jimmy Hamilton Can't Help Swinging Swingville
1978 Scott Hamilton The Grand Appearance Progressive
1996 Scott Hamilton After Hours Concord
1960 Lionel Hampton Silver Vibes Columbia
1962 Slide Hampton Drum Suite Epic
1958 Wilbur Harden Mainstream 1958 Savoy And John Coltrane
1958 Wilbur Harden Jazz Way Out Savoy And John Coltrane
1958 Wilbur Harden Tanganyika Strut Savoy And John Coltrane
1958 Wilbur Harden The King and I Savoy
1960 Coleman Hawkins Coleman Hawkins All Stars Storyville
1960 Coleman Hawkins At Ease with Coleman Hawkins Moodsville
1960 Coleman Hawkins Night Hawk Swingville
1962 Coleman Hawkins Good Old Broadway Moodsville
1962 Coleman Hawkins The Jazz Version of No Strings Moodsville
1962 Coleman Hawkins , Roy Eldridge, Johnny Hodges Hawkins! Eldridge! Hodges! Alive! At the Village Gate! Verve
1962 Coleman Hawkins Hawkins! Alive! At the Village Gate Verve
1962 Coleman Hawkins Coleman Hawkins Plays Make Someone Happy from Do Re Mi Moodsville
1962 Coleman Hawkins Desafinado Impulse!
1962 Coleman Hawkins Today and Now Impulse!
1962 Coleman Hawkins Back in Bean's Bag Columbia
1962 Roy Haynes Out of the Afternoon Impulse! Also features Roland Kirk
1976 Roy Haynes Sugar RoyKitty
1960 Jimmy Heath Really Big! Riverside
1985 Jimmy Heath New Picture Landmark
1960 Bill Henderson Please Send Me Someone to Love Vee-Jay
1997 Joe Henderson Porgy & Bess Verve
1989 Jon Hendricks Freddie Freeloader Denon
1997 Fred Hersch The Duo AlbumClassical Action
1962 Freddie Hubbard The Artistry of Freddie Hubbard Impulse! With Curtis Fuller and John Gilmore
1991 Bobby Hutcherson Mirage Landmark
1957 Milt Jackson Bags & Flutes Atlantic
1958 Milt Jackson Bean Bags Atlantic With Coleman Hawkins
1958 Milt Jackson Bags' Opus United Artists With Art Farmer and Benny Golson
1960–61 Milt Jackson Vibrations Atlantic With Kenny Burrell and Jimmy Heath
1962 Milt Jackson Invitation Riverside With Kenny Dorham and Jimmy Heath
1962 Milt Jackson Statements Impulse! With Jimmy Heath
1964 Milt Jackson Jazz 'n' Samba Impulse! With Jimmy Heath
1976 Milt Jackson Feelings Pablo
1962 Willis Jackson Bossa Nova Plus Prestige
1964 Illinois Jacquet Desert Winds Argo
1956 Bobby Jaspar Clarinescapade Columbia
1960 Jazz Artists GuildNewport Rebels Candid
1975 Jazz at the Philharmonic At the Montreux Jazz Festival 1975 Pablo
1957 John Jenkins Jazz Eyes Regent Collaborative album, also features Donald Byrd, 1978 reissue as Byrd's Star Eyes (Savoy)
1960 Budd Johnson Budd Johnson and the Four Brass Giants Riverside
1960 Budd Johnson Let's Swing! Swingville
1957 J. J. Johnson J Is for Jazz Columbia
1957 J. J. Johnson Blue Trombone Columbia With Max Roach or Elvin Jones
1957 J. J. Johnson First Place Columbia With Max Roach
1957 J. J. Johnson Dial J. J. 5 Columbia With Elvin Jones
1958 J. J. Johnson J. J. in Person! Columbia
1979 J. J. Johnson Pinnacles Milestone
1980 Elvin Jones Heart to Heart Denon
1960 Jo Jones Vamp 'til Ready Everest
1976 Jo Jones The Main Man Pablo
1958 Philly Joe Jones Blues for Dracula Riverside
1981 Rodney Jones My Funny Valentine Timeless
1956 Thad Jones Detroit – New York Junction Blue Note
1957 Thad Jones Mad Thad Period
1957 Thad Jones The Magnificent Thad Jones, Vol. 3 Blue Note
1959 Thad Jones Motor City Scene United Artists
1961 Clifford Jordan A Story Tale Jazzland
1978 Clifford Jordan The Adventurer Muse
1962 Michel Legrand Michel Legrand Plays Richard Rodgers Philips
1962Bill LeslieDiggin' the Chicks Argo
1958 Booker Little Booker Little 4 and Max Roach /The Defiant Ones United Artists Flanagan (and Roach) present for the first six tracks only.
1960 Booker Little Booker Little TimeFlanagan present on half of the album only
1985 The Manhattan Transfer Vocalese Atlantic
1957 Herbie Mann Flute Flight Prestige
1957 Herbie Mann Flute Soufflé Prestige
1960 Howard McGhee Dusty Blue Bethlehem
1997–98 Marian McPartland Just Friends Concord
1960 Charles Mingus Reincarnation of a Lovebird Candid
1959 Frank Minion The Soft Land of Make Believe Bethlehem
1980 Billy Mitchell De Lawd's Blues Xanadu
1960–61 Blue Mitchell Smooth as the Wind Riverside
1959 J. R. Monterose Straight Ahead Xanadu
1960 Wes Montgomery The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery Riverside
1960–61 James Moody Moody with Strings Argo
1992 Frank Morgan You Must Believe in Spring Antilles Two tracks: one solo and one duet
1962 Gerry Mulligan Jeru Columbia
1960 Joe Newman Jive at Five Swingville
1961 Joe Newman Good 'n' Groovy Swingville
1961 Joe Newman Joe's Hap'nin's Swingville
1959Mary OsborneA Girl and Her Guitar Warwick
1982Kim ParkerGood Girl Soul Note
1979 Art Pepper Straight Life Galaxy
1956 Oscar Pettiford The Oscar Pettiford Orchestra in Hi-Fi ABC
1962 Dave Pike Limbo Carnival New Jazz
1962 Dave Pike Dave Pike Plays the Jazz Version of Oliver! Moodsville
1962 Pony Poindexter Pony's Express Epic with Eric Dolphy, Dexter Gordon, Jimmy Heath, Clifford Jordan and Phil Woods
1960 Julian Priester Keep Swingin' Riverside with Jimmy Heath and Elvin Jones
1985 Jimmy Raney Wisteria Criss Cross
1980 Lou Rawls Shades of Blue Philadelphia International
1996 Chuck Redd Stomp, Look and ListenExclusive Arts
1977 Waymon Reed 46th and 8th Artists House
1994The Riverside Reunion BandHi-Fly Milestone
1957 Red Rodney Red Rodney 1957Signal
1956 Sonny Rollins Saxophone Colossus Prestige With Max Roach
1965 Sonny Rollins There Will Never Be Another You Impulse!
1989 Sonny Rollins Falling in Love with Jazz Milestone
1993 Sonny Rollins Old Flames Milestone
1995 Sonny Rollins Sonny Rollins + 3 Milestone
1995 Annie Ross Music Is ForeverDRG
1960 Pee Wee Russell Swingin' with Pee Wee Prestige With Buck Clayton
1957 A. K. Salim Stable Mates Savoy Album split with Yusef Lateef
1980Nisse SandstromHome CookingPhontastic
1997Daryl ShermanA Lady Must LiveAfter 9
1982Charlie ShoemakeCross Roads Discovery
1987 Carol Sloane But Not for Me CBS/Sony
1958 Louis Smith Here Comes Louis Smith Blue Note With "Buckshot La Funke" (Cannonball Adderley)
1991 Gary Smulyan Homage Criss Cross
1960 Les Spann Gemini Jazzland
1957 Idrees Sulieman Roots Prestige Billed as by "The Prestige All Stars"
1960 Buddy Tate with Clark Terry Tate-a-Tate Swingville
1960 Clark Terry Color Changes Candid with Yusef Lateef
1999 Clark Terry One on One Chesky
1982A Dream Comes TrueLilian Terry Soul Note
1965 Lucky Thompson Lucky Thompson Plays Happy Days Are Here Again Prestige
1978Hidefumi TokiHidefumi Toki and the Super Jazz Trio Baystate
1960 Stanley Turrentine Stan "The Man" Turrentine Time
1961 Stanley Turrentine ZT's Blues Blue Note
1956 (Various)After Hours Jazz Epic
1977 (Various)I Remember Bebop Columbia
1977 (Various)They All Played Bebop Columbia
1982 (Various)AJF '82 All Star Jam Eastworld
1982 (Various)Live Special Eastworld
2001 (Various)A Great Night in Harlem Playboy
2001 Marlene VerPlanck (and Billy VerPlanck)Speaking of Love Audiophile
1980 Bennie Wallace The Free Will Enja
1998 Bennie Wallace Bennie Wallace AudioQuest
1988 Grover Washington, Jr. Then and Now Columbia
1960 Frank Wess The Frank Wess Quartet Prestige
1962 Frank Wess Southern Comfort Prestige
1981 Frank Wess Flute Juice Progressive
1995Wesla Whitfield7th Ave. Stroll Verve
2000–01Wesla WhitfieldSeptember Songs HighNote
1968 Gerald Wilson California Soul World Pacific
1959Lem WinchesterWinchester Special New Jazz
1956 Phil Woods Pairing Off Prestige
1961 Phil Woods Rights of Swing Candid
1981 Phil Woods Three for All Enja
1988 Phil Woods Here's to My Lady Chesky
1960Nat WrightThe Biggest Voice in Jazz Warwick
1996Miki YamaokaI Remember Clifford Denon
1995Dave YoungTwo by Two – Piano–Bass Duets, Volume 1 Justin Time
1995Dave YoungSide by Side – Piano–Bass Duets, Volume 3 Justin Time
1999 Attila Zoller The Last Recordings Enja

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