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Eddy Louiss

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Eddy Louiss has spent the majority of his profession leading his very own group in France, but twice has made particularly significant recordings, both in organ. He previously sung as an associate of the Increase Six (1961-1963), performed piano with Johnny Griffin within the middle-’60s, and proved helpful sometimes with Kenny Clarke and Jean-Luc Ponty. But he’s best-known for documenting Dynasty with Stan Getz (1971) as well as for his duet established with pianist Michel Petrucciani (1994) on Dreyfus.

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Full Name Eddy Louiss
Date Of Birth May 2, 1941
Died June 30, 2015, Poitiers, France
Profession Film Score Composer
Nationality French
Music Groups Les Double Six
Music Songs Blues for Klook, Colchiques, Sous le Ciel de Paris, Flomela, Bohemia After Dark, Sang Mêlé, Sentimental Feeling, Simply Bop, Jean-Philippe Herbien, I Wrote You a Song, Récit proche, Autumn Leaves, Le Retour de la baleine bleue, Amesha, Come on D.H. !, Our Kind of Sabi, Mazurka Cacadou, I Remember Clifford, Insomnie, Blind Man, La scorpionne, Tout piti, Hub Art, Promenade en fiacre, Cahin-caha, Tribute to Zigaboo, Marilyn & Bronsky, Le destin, Berimbau/Sermao, Banana's Garden, No More Beer, Tribute to Joe Diorio
Albums Multicolor Feeling Fanfare, Louissiana, Sang mêlé, Orgue, Our Kind of Sabi, Wébé, Taurorque, Jazz in Paris: Bohemia After Dark, Jazz in Paris: Porgy & Bess, Conférence de presse, Volume 2, Face to Face, Eddy Louiss et Multicolor Feeling Fanfare: Live, Le climb (Mono version), Récit Proche, Sentimental Feeling, Sang mêlé +, Flomela
Movies Tabataba


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#Fact
1 He was the organist on an Hammond B3 for Claude Nougaro from 1964 to 1977. He was also vocalist in the vocal group Double-Six. He has played and has recordings with Michel Petrucciani, Richard Gallianoamong others. He composed Dum Dum which he played with Stan Getz.
2 Son of Pierre Louiss, born in Martinique as Pierre Louise (1908-1986) French public servant, musician (guitar and trumpet) and composer of 'Tou Piti' beguine.


Music Department

Music Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Beau Pere 1981 musician: organ - uncredited
Est-ce bien raisonnable? 1981 musician: electric organ
Le départ 1967 musician: piano

Composer

Composer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Tabataba 1988
Série noire 1984 TV Series 1 episode

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Série noire 1984 TV Series Le Marseillais

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Est-ce bien raisonnable? 1981 performer: "Est-Ce Bien Raisonnable? Générique", "Miou-Miou Reste Seule", "Miou-Miou Dans La Nuit", "La Voiture Jaune"

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Vivement dimanche 2001 TV Series Himself

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