McEachern was a member of the US Armed Forces Entertainment Division during World War II. He also led his own band and played with Bob Crosby's radio orchestra in the 1940s. He later became a Hollywood studio musician, playing the trombone solos heard in the movies The Glenn Miller Story (1953), The Benny Goodman Story (1955), and Paris Blues (1961).
Murray McEachern died in Los Angeles, CA on April 28, 1982.
Murray McEachern Discography Tracks
- 220 Instruments & Performance
- 1 Writing & Arrangement
- 4 Featuring & Presenting
- 3 Conducting & Leading
|Murray McEachern||Music For Sleepwalkers Only||Key Records (4)||US||1956||Sell This Version|
|T 899||Murray McEachern||Caress (LP, Mono)||Capitol Records||T 899||US||1957||Sell This Version|
|DLP25620||Murray McEachern||Warm Trombone/Silken Sax (LP, Album)||Dot Records||DLP25620||US||Unknown||Sell This Version|
Singles & EPs
|WG-EPN 191||Murray McEachern||Music For Sleepwalkers Only (7", EP)||W & G||WG-EPN 191||Australia||1956||Sell This Version|
|9, 10||Helen O'Connell And Murray McEachern||Helen O'Connell And Murray McEachern - Navy Swings (12")||The Navy Swings||9, 10||US||1963||Sell This Version|