Billy Wallaces' Recordings

Billy recorded from  1949-2015 to be updated soon.
 

Misty Night  Billy Wallace Trio LP

Recorded September 1979 at the Milwaukee Jazz Gallery, Manufactured and Distributed by  NORMA 8/93 Japan

Personnel: Billy Wallac-piano, Mark Simon-bass, Randy Bauer-drums

Soulful Delight Billy Wallace LP

Recorded March 26, 1994 at The Music Source Studio, Seattle Wa. Produced by Toshiya Taenaka. Manufactured and distributed by NORMA 1994 Japan

Personnel: Billy Wallace-piano, Phil Sparks-bass, Clarence Acox-drums.

Coming Home Billy Wallace

Recorded  September 1979 at the Pabst Theater, Milwaukee.  MDM Productions LP and CD

Personnel: Billy Wallace-piano and vocal on “Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most”, Tommy Tipton-vocals on “Coming Home”. “Coming Home” is an original tune composed by Billy Wallace.

Billy Wallace Recordings with Other Musicians

Max Roach “Jazz in 3/4 Time” 

Max Roach “Plus Four 1956” Personnel:Max Roach-drums, Sonny Rollins-tenor tax, Kenny Durham-trumpet, George Morrow-bass, Ray Bryant and Billy Wallace-piano. Special Collectors Series Trip Records.

Clifford Brown and Max Roach “Live at the Bee Hive Chicago 1955 Raw Genius”

JVC, Victor Musical Industries, INC. Michael Cuscuna ( Mosiac Records)

Bunky Green “Testifyin Time” Feb. 18, 1965 Personnel:Bunky Green-Alto Sax, Walter Strickland-Trumpet, James Meyer-Tenor and Baritone Sax, William Wallace-Piano, CLeaveland Eaton-bass, Marshall Thompson-drums. Arrangements “When the Sun Comes Out William Wallace all others Bunky Green. Tamara written and composed by William Wallace. Chess Producing Company.

Tommy Tipton “Full of Song” 1969 Personnel: Tommy Tipton and Billy Wallace DBT Records

Tommy Tipton “Hymns My Mother Taught Me” Personnel: Tommy Tipton and Billy Wallace .Steeny Productions

Barbara Paris with the Billy Wallace Trio “Nine Decades of Jazz” recorded in 2014 released 2016

Personnel: Barbara Paris (Perea) Vocals, Billy Wallace-piano, Ken Walker-bass, Jill Fredrickson-Drums. Perea Productions Llc