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American jazz saxophonist (alto) and clarinetist.
Born : February 12, 1916 in St. Louis, Missouri.
Died : February 16, 2005 in St. Louis, Missouri.

Leroy Harris (not to confuse with Leroy Harris (2) the banjoist that played with King Oliver), worked among the others with Sarah Vaughan and Earl Hines.
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Leroy Harris Discography Tracks

B-10835 Leroy Harris - Call Me Happy / Blue Because Of You album art Earl Hines And His Orchestra Blue Because Of You Earl Hines And His Orchestra - Call Me Happy / Blue Because Of You(Shellac, 10") Bluebird (3) B-10835 US 1940 Sell This Version
B-11374 Earl Hines And His Orchestra Straight To Love Earl Hines And His Orchestra - I Got It Bad Good And Ain't That Good / Straight To Love(Shellac, 10") Bluebird (3) B-11374 US 1941 Sell This Version
NXP7 Leroy Harris - Earl "Fatha" Hines And His New Sounds album art Earl "Fatha" Hines And His New Sounds Earl "Fatha" Hines And His New Sounds - Earl "Fatha" Hines And His New Sounds(7", EP) Nocturne Records NXP7 US 1954 Sell This Version
CLASSICS 538 Leroy Harris - 1937–1939 album art Earl Hines And His Orchestra Jezebel Earl Hines And His Orchestra - 1937–1939(CD, Comp) Classics (11) CLASSICS 538 Europe 1990 Sell This Version
LP 19 Earl Hines Earl Hines - Earl Hines 1928-38(LP, Comp) Jazz Panorama (2) LP 19 Unknown Sell This Version
JG-609 Leroy Harris - Earl "Fatha" Hines And His All-Stars album art Earl "Fatha" Hines And His All-Stars* Almost Like Being In Love Earl "Fatha" Hines And His All-Stars* - Earl "Fatha" Hines And His All-Stars(LP, Comp, RE) Hall of Fame (3) JG-609 US Unknown Sell This Version
FPM1 7000 Leroy Harris -  The Indispensable - 1940-1942 Volume 3 album art Earl Hines Earl Hines - The Indispensable - 1940-1942 Volume 3(LP, Comp) RCA FPM1 7000 France Unknown Sell This Version