Martin Litton (pianist)
|Birth name||Martin Litton|
|Born||May 14, 1957|
|Origin||Grays, Essex, UK|
|Associated acts||Kenny Ball
Martin Litton (born May 14, 1957) is a British jazz pianist born in Grays, Essex, UK, most noteworthy for his work with Kenny Ball from 1983-1985 on his British tours and for recording sessions with George Chisholm. Litton has worked with various musicians over his career, including Humphrey Lyttleton, Wally Fawkes and Digby Fairweather.
- Jazz Piano (1994; Solo Art)
With Clare Teal
- The Road Less Travelled (Candid Records)
- Orsino's Song (Candid Records)
- That's The Way It Is (Candid Records)
With Kenny Davern
- Kenny Davern Big Three (1985; Jazzology Records)
- This Old Gang of Ours (1985; Calligraph Records)
- Come Love (1998; Opus 3 Records)
With Marty Grosz
- Ring Dem Bells (Nagel-Heyer Records)
- Ralph, Barry (Apr 27, 2006). "Talented two in one-off". The Gold Coast Bulletin (Southport, Qld.). p. 4.
- "Cool personified by jazz five". The Citizen (Gloucestershire. Stoke (UK)). August 1, 2008. p. 10.
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