Primary Instrument: Harmonica
Tommy Morgan is the most heard harmonica player in the world today. As a composer, arranger and performer, his resume includes television, motion pictures and pop albums, including recording with such diverse artists as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Michael Crawford.
In September, 2010, Tommy celebrates 60 years as a recording musician in Hollywood (first session in September 1950 with the Andrews Sisters for Decca Records). Long time first call in the studio recording industry, he has played on over 7000 sessions, recording for motion pictures, television, records, CDs and commercials....
The Carpenters: "Rainy Days and Mondays"
Linda Rondstadt: "Skylark"
Michael Crawford: "Stormy Weather" from the album A Touch of Music of the Night
Barbra Streisand: "Isn't It a Pity?"
from the album A Love Like Ours
Neil Diamond: "I'll Be Home For Christmas"
from The Christmas Album, Volume II
John Barry Album: The Beyondness of Things,
recorded in London 1997. Soundtracks for more than 600 feature films, including: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Lilies of The Field
Cool Hand Luke
Dances with Wolves
Dennis The Menace
The Mirror Has Two Faces
The Princess Diaries
Hotel for Dogs
How The West Was Won
Without a Paddle
The Truth About Cats & Dogs
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