Celebrating the music of jazz pianist Bill Clifton
Bill Clifton - Discog
Even though Bill Clifton can only be credited for one album release in his name (prior to the Red Shadows) his work can found on a variety of other recordings from some of the other big names of the era.
Paul Whiteman Orchestra "Album Of Manhattan" Decca Records (1940)
Various Artists "Midnight At V-Disc" Pumpkin Productions (1944)
Frank Sinatra "The Voice Of Frank Sinatra" Columbia Records (1946)
Jerry Jerome "Something Old, Something New" and "Something Borrowed Something Blue" Arbors Jazz Records (mid 1940's - late 1940's)
Bill Clifton "Piano Moods" Columbia Records (1950)
Ilene Woods "It's Late" Jubilee Records (1957)
Bill Clifton "Red Shadows: The Keystone Solo Piano Transcriptions c. 1947"
Cliftone Records (released May, 2014)