Persons in alphabetical order by last name L

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


Bernard Lafayette
(29 July 1940 - )

 
Composer of: "The Dog Song"

Jean LaGuerre

 
Vocals on Harry Belafonte's concert 1969 at O'Keefe Center.

Martin Lake

 
Cello on Harry Belafonte's recordings of "Acorn In The Meadow", "Hold'em Joe", "I'm Just A Country Boy", "Pretty As A Rainbow"

Denny Laloutte

 
Bass guitar on Harry Belafonte's album "Paradise In Gazankulu" and on Miriam Makeba's album "Reflections"

Art Lambert

 
Vocals on Harry Belafonte's recording of "Kalenda Rock"

Don Lamond
(18 Aug 1920 - 23 Dec 2003) )

 
Donald Douglas Lamond has played with Woody Herman and Benny Goodman. Drums. Appears on Harry Belafonte's album LSP2449.

Robin Landauer

 
Cello on Miriam Makeba's album "Reflections"

Kinny Landrum

 
Keyboard on Harry Belafonte's album CB86045 and on the 1977 European Tour

Bruce Langhorne
(1938 - )

 
Second guitarist on Gordon Lightfoot's album UAS6487,
With Valentine Pringle on LSP2689
With  Chad Mitchell Trio on the album KS3313,
With Odetta on LSP2792, LSP2923, LSP3324 and LSP3457

Gene Lanham

 
Member of The Norman Luboff Choir 1955, performs on Harry Belafonte's recordings of "In That Great Gettin' Up Mornin', "Jump Down, Spin Around", "Noah", "Sylvie", "Take My Mother Home"

Mel Larned

 
Vocals on Harry Belafonte's recordings of "Acorn In The Meadow", "Hold'em Joe", "I'm Just A Country Boy", "Pretty As A Rainbow"

Isidor Lateiner
(8 Jan 1930 - 26v May 2006)

 
Violin on Harry Belafonte's recordings of "Fifteen", "How Green Was My Valley #2", "I'm Going Away", "The Lord is My Shepherd",

Terry Lauber

 
Former member of The Brothers Four 1990 -

Eloise Laws

 
Vocalist on Harry Belafonte's album APL10094

Alex Layne

 
Bass on Miriam Makeba's album RS6253,

Leo Leandros
(1926 - )

 
Leandros Papathanasiou, was born in 1926 in Astakos, Greece.
Among his recordings  you can find Day O with German lyrics.

Auchee Lee

 
Percussion on Harry Belafonte's albums LSP2574, LSP3420, LSP3779 and with Miriam Makeba on LSP2845.

Bill (William) Lee
(23 July 1928 - )

 
Member of The Norman Luboff Choir 1955, performs on Harry Belafonte's recordings of  "In That Great Gettin' Up Mornin',  "Jump Down, Spin Around", "Noah", "Sylvie", "Take My Mother Home". Also with Odetta on VSD2057.
Bass on Gordon Lightfoot's album UAS6487
Bass on (Chad) Mitchell Trio's albums KS3262, KS3281, SR61049, SR61067, RS6258,

Nelson Lumumba Lee

 
Keyboards and backing vocals on Miriam Makeba's 2003 European tour , Fender Rhodes & Synth String.

Zenzi Lee

 
Backing vocals on Miriam Makeba's album "Reflections"

Clifford Leeman

 
Drums on Harry Belafonte's recording of "Kalenda Rock"

Michel Legrand
(24 Feb 1932 - )

Composer of: "How Do You Keep The Music Playing"

Bernhard Leighton

 
Piano on Harry Belafonte's recordings of "Man Piaba", "Mo Mary",

Tsidii Le Loka

Vocals on Harry Belafonte's 1993 European Tour.
In "The Lion King" played on Broadway, Rafiki is played by Tsidii Le Loka.

Prince Lengoasa

 
Trumpet on Miriam Makeba's album "Reflections"

Jack Lesberg
(14 Feb 1920 - 17 Sept 2005)

 
Bass on Harry Belafonte's recordings of "Gomen Nasai", "Kukla-Mu", "Man Piaba", "Mo Mary", "Springfield Mountain", "Suzanne #1", "Venezuela #2"

Evelyn Levine

 
Composer of "Simple, Simple"

Robert Levine

 
Violine on Harry Belafonte's recordings of "Cu Cu Ru Cu Cu Paloma #1", "Eden Was Just Like This", "Hava Nageela #1", "Mary's Boy Child", "Merci Bon Dieu", "Once Was", "When The Saints Go Marching In"

Ross Levinson

 
Violin on Harry Belafonte's album CB85254

Herbert Levy

 
Flute on Harry Belafonte's recordings of "Day-O #1", "Jack-Ass Song", "Star-O", Whistle on "Hosanna", "Will his love be like his rum"

Joseph Lewis

 
Producer of "John Henry #1", "Lord Randall", "Mark Twain", "Next Big River", "Suzanne #2", "Tol' My Captain", "Unchained Melody"
Vocals on "Day-O #1", "Hosanna", "Jack-Ass Song", "Star-O", "Will His Love Be Like His Rum"

Joe Tinker Lewis

 
Composer of "Boy", 

Yvonne Lewis

 
Vocals. Appears on Harry Belafonte's album "Turn the World Around"

Teo Lima

 
Drums on Sivuca's album  SNTF942

Bengt Lindqvist

 
Swedish musician. Performs on Sivuca's album FLCCD184

Edwin Lindstroem

 
Vocals on Harry Belafonte's recordings of "Acorn In The Meadow", "Hold'em Joe", "I'm Just A Country Boy", "Kukla-Mu", "Matilda #1", "Pretty As A Rainbow", "Venezuela #2"

Donald Lipsey

 
Trumpet on Harry Belafonte's recordings of "Acorn In The Meadow", "Hold'em Joe", "I'm Just A Country Boy", "Pretty As A Rainbow"

Ivor Lloyd

 
Trumpet on Harry Belafonte's recordings of "The Blues is Man 1", "The Blues is Man 2"

Milton Lomas

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

Clyde Lombardi

 
Bass on Mitchell Trio's album SR61049,

Will Lorin

 
Orchestra leader. Appears with Harry Belafonte on LPM1402 and on "Cu Cu Ru Cu Cu Paloma #1", "Hava Nageela", "Jamaica Farewell", "The Blues is Man 1", "The Blues is Man 2", "Eden Was Just Like This", "Merci Bon Dieu", "Once Was", "When The Saints Go Marching In"

Herb Lovelle
(1 June 1924 - 8 April 2009)

 
Drummer on Gordon Lightfoot's album UAS6649,

Keith Loving

 
Guitar on Harry Belafonte's 1977 European Tour. Plays guitar for Gregory Hines.

Mundell Lowe
(1922 -)

 
Guitar on Harry Belafonte's recordings of "Jerry", "Man Smart #1 & #2", "Scarlet Ribbons #1", "Shenandoah #1",

Romero Lubambo
(1955 - )

Guitar on Harry Belafonte's 1993 European Tour

Norman Luboff
(14 May 1917 - 22 Sep 1987)

nluboff.jpg (4121 bytes)
Creator of the Norman Luboff Choir which appears with Harry Belafonte on LPM1150 and LPM1248. Composer/arranger of: "In That Great Gettin' Up Morning", "Jump Down Spin Around", "Noah",
See also my discography of The Norman Luboff Choir .

William Luce

 
Member of The Norman Luboff Choir.  Also sang with Roger Wagner Chorale and Robert Shaw.

Luizao

 
Bass on Sivuca's albums 304.7028, SNTF942 and SNTF978

Ronald Lyders

 
Member of The Norman Luboff Choir.

Kelly Lynch
(31 Jan 1959 - )

 
Performs in the movie "White Man's Burden"

Gloria Lynne
(23 Nov 1931 - )

 
Performs on the album "The Long Road To Freedom"

Leo De Lyon

Performs with Miriam Makeba on the album FLP1358.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Updated: 31-jul-2016