Thomas Morgan Edwards (born December 4, 1932), better known as Tommy Morgan, is an American harmonicist and session musician who has been active since the 1950s. He is considered one of the most heard harmonica players in the world, playing in over 500 feature films.
|Birth name||Thomas Morgan Edwards|
|Born||December 4, 1932|
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Associated acts||The Wrecking Crew|
In 2001, Morgan received a Special Lifetime Achievement Award from The Society for the Preservation and Advancement of the Harmonica.
- Randy Newman - Randy Newman (1968)
- Playing Possum - Carly Simon (1975)
- Beautiful Noise - Neil Diamond (1976)
- Making a Good Thing Better - Olivia Newton-John (1977)
- I'm Glad You're Here with Me Tonight - Neil Diamond (1977)
- Don't Cry Out Loud - Melissa Manchester (1978)
- Change of Heart - Eric Carmen (1978)
- Barry - Barry Manilow (1980)
- Dolly, Dolly, Dolly - Dolly Parton (1981)
- Peter Cetera - Peter Cetera (1981)
- Looking Back with Love - Mike Love (1981)
- Love Will Turn You Around - Kenny Rogers (1982)
- Lush Life - Linda Ronstadt (1984)
- Jump! - Van Dyke Parks (1984)
- Emotion - Juice Newton (1987)
- The Rumour - Olivia Newton-John (1988)
- The Crossing - Paul Young (1993)
- The Christmas Album, Volume II - Neil Diamond (1994)
- Orange Crate Art - Brian Wilson, Van Dyke Parks (1995)
- White Christmas - Rosemary Clooney (1996)
- Signs of Life - Steven Curtis Chapman (1996)
- Peace on Earth - Peabo Bryson (1997)
- Pianist, Arranger, Composer, Conductor - Richard Carpenter (1998)
- A Love Like Ours - Barbra Streisand (1999)
- October Road - James Taylor (2002)
- Midnight - Diane Schuur (2003)
- That Lucky Old Sun - Brian Wilson (2008)
- Dreams - Neil Diamond (2010)
- It's the Girls! - Bette Midler (2014)
- Washburn, Jim (6 February 1993). "A Harmonica Convergence : Tommy Morgan Brings His Session-Work Talents to Live Performance". Los Angeles Times.
- "Musician Comments: Tommy Morgan". The Pet Sounds Sessions (Booklet). The Beach Boys. Capitol Records. 1997.CS1 maint: others (link)
- "SPAH Award Winners". The Society for the Preservation and Advancement of the Harmonica. Retrieved 27 September 2016.