Thomas Lee Flanagan (March 16, 1930 – November 16, 2001) was an American jazz pianist and composer. He grew up in Detroit, initially influenced by such pianists as Art Tatum, Teddy Wilson, and Nat King Cole, and then by the newer bebop musicians. Within months of moving to New York in 1956, he had recorded with Miles Davis and on Sonny Rollins' landmark Saxophone Colossus.
The Tommy Flanagan Trio is an album by jazz pianist Tommy Flanagan which was recorded in 1960 and released on the Moodsville label. quietly and with taste". In the Blue of the Evening" (Tom Adair, Alfonso D'Artega) - 3:44. You Go to My Head" (J. Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie) - 4:30.
This album was recorded on February 15, 1975, after Flanagan had been vocalist Ella Fitzgerald's pianist for seven consecutive years Music . a b c Dryden, Ken "Tommy Flanagan – The Tokyo Recital". Retrieved February 27, 2017. Cook, Richard; Morton, Brian (2008).
The Tokyo Recital Q&A. More Tommy Flanagan albums.
Trinity (Tommy Flanagan album). Trinity is an album by jazz pianist Tommy Flanagan. It is a 1976 trio recording, with bassist Ron Carter and drummer Roy Haynes, that was also released as Positive Intensity. This album was Flanagan's second as a leader in 15 years, having been vocalist Ella Fitzgerald's pianist for a long period. It was recorded in New York City on October 4, 18, and November 10, 1976.
Original Jazz Classics 737. CD.
Tommy Flanagan - All the things you are, from album: You're me, 1980. Tommy Flanagan - Angel Eyes, from album: from album: Lady Be Good For Ella, 1994. Tommy Flanagan - Caravan, from album: The Tokyo Recital, 1975. Tommy Flanagan - Chelsea Bridge, from album: Overseas, 1957. Tommy Flanagan - Django, from album: Super Session, 1980. Tommy Flanagan - Eclypso, from album: Overseas, 1957. Tommy Flanagan - Groovin' High, from album: Something Borrowed, Something Blue, 1978. Tommy Flanagan - Relaxin' at Camarillo, from album: Overseas, 1957. Tommy Flanagan - Sunset And The Mockingbird, from album: Sunset And The Mockingbird - The Birthday Concert, 1998. Tommy Flanagan - Woody'n You, from album: Montreux '77, 1989.