Lloyd Glenn

Vocals, Piano

Date of Birth:  November 21, 1909    San Antonio, TX

Date of Death:  May 23, 1985    Los Angeles, CA

Place of Burial:  Inglewood Park Cemetery

                          720 East Florence Avenue

                          Inglewood, CA  90301

Has Marker:  Yes

Grave Location:  Mausoleum 835 CAP GDNS PN 22-L-7

                            MGW

SELECTED RECORDINGS

Jungle Town Jubilee / Chica-Boo, Swing Time (254)

Congo Rhumba / Cute-Tee, Swing Time (278)

Day Break Stomp / Jungle Twilight, Swing Time (277)

Boogie Woogie on St. Louis Blues / Ugh, Swing Time (ST-311)

Black Fantasy / You're Not The Girl For Me, Swing Time (336)

Shadow Land / Tipsy, Aladdin (45-3237)

Glenn's Glide / Foot Loose, Aladdin (45-3288)

Honky Tonk Train / Petite Fleur, Aladdin (45-3446)

Long Gone Pt. 1 / Long Gone Pt. 2, Aladdin (45-3459)

Lloyd Glenn At The "88", Hollywood Records (45-1024)

Chica-Boo, Aladdin (LP-808)

After Hours, Score (SLP-4020)

Old Time Shuffle, Black and Blue (BB 923.2)

Blues And Boogie, Black and Blue (33.563)

Lloyd Glenn and Pete Johnson, Boogie Blues, International Polydor Production (423 244)

Lloyd Glenn and Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Heat Wave, Black and Blue (BB 465.2)

The Blues...A Real Summit Meeting, Buddha (BDS 5144-2)

After Hours Piano Blues And Boogie Woogie, Oldie Blues (OL 8002)

After Hours, Aladdin (1546641)

The Chronological Lloyd Glenn 1947-1950, Classics (CLASSICS 5016)

The Chronological Lloyd Glenn 1951-1952, Classics (CLASSICS 5069)

Boogie Woogie Shuffle Time, Jasmine Records (JASMCD 3067)

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