Pat Rebillot

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Pat Rebillot, born April 21, 1935, Louisville, Ohio[1] is a US-based keyboard session and studio musician.

He is associated with fellow session and studio musicians Hugh McCracken, Tony Levin, Steve Gadd, Ray Barretto and Ralph MacDonald.

A long-time member of Herbie Mann's various line-ups,[2] for which he is also credited as arranger, Rebillot also appears on recordings by John Klemmer, Steely Dan, the Average White Band, Gloria Gaynor, Irene Worth, Bette Midler, Flora Purim, Hall & Oates, David Newman, Jon Faddis, Morrissey–Mullen and others.


As leader[edit]

As sideman[edit]

With Patti Austin

With Warren Bernhardt

  • Manhattan Update (1980)

With James Brown

With Kvitka Cisyk

With Paul Desmond

With Gloria Gaynor

With Mike Gibbs & Gary Burton

  • In the Public Interest (1973)

With Hall & Oates

With Jaroslav Jakubovic

  • Checkin' In (Columbia, 1978)

With Robin Kenyatta

With John Klemmer

  • Arabesque (1978)

With Chuck Loeb

  • My Shining Hour (1988)

With Charlie Mariano

  • Mirror (1972)

With Herbie Mann

With Arif Mardin

With David Matthews

  • Shoogie Wanna Boogie (1976)

With Jimmy McGriff

With Morrissey–Mullen

With Mark Murphy

With David Newman

With Chico O'Farrill

With Jimmy Ponder

  • All Things Beautiful (LRC, 1978)

With Don Sebesky

With Steely Dan

With Joe Thomas

  • Masada (1975)
  • Feelin's From Within (1976)
  • Here I Come (1977)