Born August 3, 1907 in Kansas.
Died in Los Angeles, California on September 5, 1988.
Check if the Writer credits doesn't belong to Lew Brown, like "That Old Feeling" or "Oh, By Jingo! Oh, By Gee"!
He played with Duke Ellington throughout most of his career as a balladeer, technical soloist, and section leader.
Lawrence Brown Discography
- 487 Instruments & Performance
- 25 Writing & Arrangement
- 3 Featuring & Presenting
- 1 Conducting & Leading
- 2 Production
- 1 Visual
|MG C-682||Lawrence Brown||Slide Trombone Featuring Lawrence Brown (Album)||Clef Records||MG C-682||US||1955||Sell This Version|
|EE 22001||Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra Featuring Duke Ellington, Lawrence Brown & Cootie Williams||Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra Featuring Duke Ellington, Lawrence Brown & Cootie Williams - Hodge Podge (Comp, Album)||Epic, Columbia||EE 22001||US||1968||Sell This Version|
|730.702||Johnny Hodges, Will Bill Davis, Lawrence Brown, Bob Brown||Johnny Hodges, Will Bill Davis, Lawrence Brown, Bob Brown - In Memoriam Johnny Hodges and Will Bill Davis in Atlantic City (LP, Comp)||RCA||730.702||France||Unknown||Sell This Version|