A fluent pianist using a light touch, Billy Kyle hardly ever achieved much popularity, but he generally worked steadily. A specialist from enough time he was 18, Kyle performed within the big rings of Tiny Bradshaw and Lucky Millinder and became a significant area of the John Kirby Sextet (1938-1942), an ideal automobile for his design. He was compelled to keep the music group when he was drafted and, after 3 years in the armed forces (1942-1945), Kyle freelanced, functioning frequently with Sy Oliver. He became a member of Louis Armstrong’s All-Stars in 1953 and was there for pretty much 13 years until his loss of life. His using Armstrong, although interesting, tended to end up being extremely predictable. Billy Kyle got very few possibilities to record being a head and non-e during his Armstrong years; a few octet and septet edges in 1937, two tracks using a quartet in 1939, and outings in 1946 using a trio and an octet, 17 tracks in all.
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|When the Boys Meet the Girls||1965||Pianist with Louis Armstrong (uncredited)|
|High Society||1956||Louis' Pianist (uncredited)|
|Sepia Cinderella||1947||Pianist - John Kirby Sextet (uncredited)|
|When the Boys Meet the Girls||1965||writer: "Throw it Out Your Mind"|
|The Edsel Show||1957||TV Special performer: "Now You Has Jazz" - uncredited|
|Boarding House Blues||1948||writer: "THROW IT OUT OF YOUR MIND" - uncredited|
|Hallo Satchmo||1965||Documentary short||Himself|
|Die Nacht vor der Premiere||1959||Himself (piano)|
|The Edsel Show||1957||TV Special||Himself - Pianist|
|Satchmo the Great||1957||Documentary||Himself - Billy Kyle|
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