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.
|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.|
|Beau Pere||1981||musician: organ - uncredited|
|Est-ce bien raisonnable?||1981||musician: electric organ|
|Le départ||1967||musician: piano|
|Série noire||1984||TV Series 1 episode|
|Série noire||1984||TV Series||Le Marseillais|
|Est-ce bien raisonnable?||1981||performer: "Est-Ce Bien Raisonnable? Générique", "Miou-Miou Reste Seule", "Miou-Miou Dans La Nuit", "La Voiture Jaune"|
|Vivement dimanche||2001||TV Series||Himself|
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