Persons in alphabetical order by last name E

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William "Bill" Eaton

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Musical arranger and conductor. Can be found on Harry Belafonte's albums LSP2695, LSP4255, LSP4301, LSO6009 and "The Long Road To Freedom". Also part of the vocals group that followed Belafonte along the tours in 1960. Among them at the O'Keefe Center 1969. Has composed: "Tongue Tie Baby",  "Windin' Road"

James Eby

 
Member of The Belafonte Folk Singers in 1957.
Vocals on Harry Belafonte's recordings of "Judy Drownded", "Lead Man Holler", "Love Love Alone", "Lucy's Door",

Gavan Eckhart

 
Shaker on Miriam Makeba's album "Reflections"

Jack Eddleman

 
Member of The Belafonte Folk Singers in 1957.
Vocals on Harry Belafonte's recordings of "Judy Drownded", "Lead Man Holler", "Love Love Alone", "Lucy's Door",

Harry E. Edison
(10 Oct 1915 - 27 July 1999)

Trumpet on Harry Belafonte's recordings of "The Drummer And The Cook #2", "Eden Was Just Like This", "Hava Nageela #1", "Jamaica Farewell", "Once Was", "When The Saints Go Marching In"

Melvin Edmondson

 
Vocals, appeared on Harry Belafonte's  1976 European Tour. and appears on "Turn the World Around".  After that, he sang with the Village People for a while.

Clydene Jackson Edwards

 
Background vocals on Hugh Masekela's album "Beatin' Aroun De Bush"

Arnold Eidus

 
Violin on Harry Belafonte's recordings of "Gomen Nasai", "Springfiled Mountain", "Suzanne #1"

Ken Emery

 
Member of The Belafonte Folk Singers in 1957.
Vocals on Harry Belafonte's recordings of "Judy Drownded", "Lead Man Holler", "Love Love Alone", "Lucy's Door",

Vincent Esposito

 
Performs on the album "The Long Road To Freedom"

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Updated: 31-jul-2016