|Died|| (aged 69)|
|Instruments||Guitar, keyboards, bass|
Waterfall grew up in northern Illinois and began studying piano at the age of eight. Her parents (both musicians) discouraged her from a musical career. She graduated from Stanford University in 1971 with a degree in visual art.
- Mary's Garden (1977, Windham Hill)
- My Heart Sings (1979, Trout)
- Bananaland (1981, Trout)
- Everything Looks Different with Scott Nygaard (1983, Trout)
- Body English (1987, Flying Fish)
- A Little Bit at a Time (1991, Flying Fish)
- Flying Time (1994, Trout)
- In the Presence of the Light (1998, Trout/Liquid City)
- That Art Thou: Songs from the Vedas (2002, Trout)
- Place of Refuge (2006, Trout)
- Songs From the Dao de Jing (2007, Trout)
- Welcome to the Dark (2009)
- Hometown Girl (2015, Franklin Point)
- Entropy Service (1974) with Peter Langston, J.B. White, Judith Cook
- A Musical Doorway (2000, Various Artists) Produced by Seattle Folklore Society
- "Linda Waterfall | Biography & History". AllMusic. Retrieved 2019-01-17.
- Bush, James (1999). Encyclopedia of Northwest Music: From Classical Recordings to Classic Rock Performances, Your Guide to the Best of the Region. Seattle, Wash: Sasquatch Books. pp. 269–271. ISBN 1-57061-141-6.
- de Barros, Paul (2002-05-31). "Waterfall glides from folk to spiritual in 'That Art Thou'". Seattle Times.
- "Linda Waterfall Obituary". Seattle Times. Retrieved January 17, 2019.
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