Walter Norris (December 27, 1931 – October 29, 2011) was an American pianist and composer. Born in Little Rock, Arkansas, on December 27, 1931, Norris first studied piano at home with his mother, then with John Summers, a local church organist. His first professional performances were with the Howard Williams Band in and around Little Rock during his junior high and high school years
Walter Norris songs download, free online mp3 listen. Walter Norris & Leszek Mozdzer - Nefertiti. album: The Last Set - Live At the A-Trane. George Mraz, Ronnie Bedford, Walter Norris Trio - Stepping on Cracks. album: Stepping on Cracks. The End Of A Love Affair. When Will the Blues Leave? album: Ornette Coleman Quintet & Quartet - Too Much, Too Soon! Invisible
Songs from Stepping on Cracks by George Mraz, Ronnie Bedford. Free download and listen Stepping on Cracks. George Mraz, Ronnie Bedford, Walter Norris Trio. Tracks count: 9. Views: 1. George Mraz, Ronnie Bedford, Walter Norris Trio - Stepping on Cracks 12:50. George Mraz, Ronnie Bedford, Walter Norris Trio - Falling in Love with Love 06:28. George Mraz, Ronnie Bedford, Walter Norris Trio - Cherokee 05:38.
Lyrics for top songs by Walter Norris Trio. Walter Norris Trio, George Mraz, Ronnie Bedford. A Child Is Born (Alt-Tk2). Falling in Love with Love
The Hal Gaylor Trio, as it came to be know, was an exciting group made up of pianist Walter Norris, bassist Hal Gaylor and a phenomenal but little-known guitarist named Billy Bean. Although they gave it their all trying to land a recording contract and book gigs, little work turned up for them, aside from a one-off record for Riverside and a few sessions of mood music with an orchestra. This previously unissued music consists of a proposed album that never saw the light of day until the English label String Jazz finally issued it, nearly four decades after it was recorded.
Posts About Walter Norris. Norris took a job at the New York City Playboy Club in 1963 and in time became the club's Director of Entertainment, remaining there until 1970. Between 1970 and 1974, Norris was a free-lance performer and taught in the New York area. In 1974, he replaced