Lloyd Glenn

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Lloyd Glenn was born on November 21, 1909 and died on May 23, 1985 of a heart attack. He was a pianist, bandleader and arranger. He was born in Texas but moved to California and became a pioneer of the West Coast blues scene. He is associated with Lowell Fulson, T Bone Walker and B B King. He plays piano on T Bone Walker’s 1947 recording “Call it stormy Monday” and produced Fulson’s “Every Day I have the blues”. He released a number of recordings of his own in the 1940s to 1960s.

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