from Paris, France
May 12, 1941 - June 30, 2015 (age 74)
Eddy Louiss has spent most of his career leading his own group in France, but twice has made particularly notable recordings, both on organ. He had sung as a member of the Double Six (1961-1963), played piano with Johnny Griffin in the mid-'60s, and worked at times with Kenny Clarke and Jean-Luc Ponty. But he is best-known for recording Dynasty with Stan Getz (1971) and for his duet set with pianist Michel Petrucciani (1994) on Dreyfus. ~ Scott Yanow, Rovi
Eddy Louiss "King Kong" | Archive INA
EDDY LOUISS - Blues for Klook [320 kbps High Quality Audio]
Eddy Louiss en 1982
Eddy Louiss "Blues for Klook"
Eddy Louiss, Bernard Lubat, René Thomas - Dum ! Dum ! (1970)
Eddy Louiss – Histoire sans parole (1979)
Eddy Louiss "King Kong" | Archive INA jazz
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