Clyde McPhatter – Drifters

Atlantic Records-August 9, 1953

1104        The Way I Feel            Atlantic1006
1105         Money Honey             Atlantic 1006
1106        Gone                     Atlantic 1055
1107        Watcha Gonna Do        unissued
1108      Let The Boogie Woogie Roll    Atlantic 2060

*Lloyd Trotman’s financial records specifically states that he recorded with the Drifters at Atlantic Records with overtime on August 9, 1953.

Let The Boogie Woogie Roll


Atlantic Records-November 12, 1953

1151-2       Don’t Dog Me          Atlantic 2049
1152          Such A Night            Atlantic 1019
1153          Warm Your Heart    Atlantic 1029
1154          Bip Bam                     Atlantic 1043
Sam Taylor-tenor sax; Dick Hyman or Harry Van Walls-piano; Mickey Baker, Jimmy Oliver-guitar; Lloyd Trotman-bass; Connie Kay-drums; produced by Ahmet Ertegun and Jerry Wexler.

**Atlantic Discography Project 1953
*** Lloyd  Trotman’s  financial record date book for November 12,1953 (Jesse Stone)

Such A Night

Atlantic Records-February 4, 1954

1201            The Bells of St. Mary                  Atlantic 1048
1202            White Christmas                        Atlantic 1048
1203           Honey Love                                  Atlantic 1029
1204           Watcha Gonna Do                      Atlantic 1055
Sam Taylor-tenor sax; Dick Hyman-piano; Mickey Baker-guitar; Lloyd Trotman-bass;
Connie Kay –drums. Jesse Stone. Produced by Ahmet Ertegun and Jerry Wexler.

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** Atlantic Records Discography Project 1954
*** Lloyd Trotman’s financial record date book for February 4, 1954 (Jesse Stone) (overtime)


Atlantic Records- February 26, 1958

2981         Come What May                         Atlantic 1185
2982         Just Give Me A Ring                 Atlantic 2049
2983         Deep Sea Ball                             Atlantic 2060
2984         Let Me Know                              Atlantic 1185
Steve Lipkins, Red Solomon –trumpet; Sam Taylor- tenor sax; Budd Johnson- bar.sax;
Mike Stoller-piano; George Barnes, Kenny Burrell –guitar; Lloyd Trotman-bass;
unknown drums. Arranged by Howard Biggs. produced by Ahmet Ertegun and
Jerry Wexler.

Come What May

*members Feb. 26,1958
** Atlantic Records Discography Project jazz 1958
***Lloyd Trotman’s financial record date book records an Atlantic record date with Howard Biggs on February 26,1958 with overtime