Tommy Flanagan

Al Haig Dave Mckenna

Thomas Lee Flanagan (March 16, 1930 – November 16, 2001) was an American jazz pianist and composer. He grew up in Detroit, initially influenced by pianists Art Tatum, Teddy Wilson, and Nat King Cole, and then by the newer bebop musicians. Within months of moving to New York in 1956, he had recorded with Miles Davis and on Sonny Rollins' landmark Saxophone Colossus. Recordings under various leaders, including the historically important Giant Steps of John Coltrane Read more on

Tommy Flanagan
The Tokyo Recital
Album (2006)
Paul Chambers & Tommy Flanagan
Motor City Scene
Album (2004)
Tommy Flanagan
Master Trio
Album (2002)
Tommy Flanagan
Moodsville, Volume 9: The Tommy Flanagan Trio
Album (1997)
Tommy Flanagan
Album (1995)
Tommy Flanagan
Alone Too Long
Album (1994)
Tommy Flanagan
Let's Play the Music of Thad Jones
Album (1993)
J. R. Monterose / Tommy Flanagan
A Little Pleasure
Album (1993)
Tommy Flanagan & Hank Jones
Our Delights
Album (1992)
Tommy Flanagan
Something Borrowed, Something Blue
Album (1991)
Tommy Flanagan
Beyond the Bluebird
Album (1990)
Tommy Flanagan
Jazz Poet
Album (1989)
Tommy Flanagan, Kenny Barron
Album (1984)
The Master Trio featuring Tommy Flanagan, Ron Carter, Tony Williams
The Master Trio
Album (1983)
Phil Woods, Tommy Flanagan & Red Mitchell
Three for All
Album (1981)
Tommy Flanagan
Positive Intensity
Album (1976)
Tommy Flanagan, John Coltrane, Kenny Burrell & Idrees Sulieman
The Cats
Album (1959)