Other Recordings

Selected Discography as Contributing Composer/Arranger

Dave Liebman/Brussels Jazz Orch., Guided Dreams, Prova Recs. 2011.  Off Flow (arr.)

Tom Lellis/Netherlands Metropole Orch., Skylark (re-release), Adventure Music, 2009.
Taken to Heart (arr.), Straight Up and Down (arr.) – Orchestra and Vocals

Jack Wilkins, Dear Old Stockholm, NHY Music, Inc. – 2006.
A Phares of the Heart, for Jazz Sextet.
Jack Wilkins confluences 1

US Jazz Ambassadors, The Legacy of Benny Carter – 2004.
How Can You Lose, Big Band.

Gottlieb-Danielsson Project, Extended Journey, Clave-Bop Records – 2003.
Madcap for jazz quartet.Confluences CD cover
Jay Coble & Tom Brantley, Confluences – 2002.
Confluences – 3 Mvmts. for:  Trpt, Trb, & String Quintet.
I – Huck and Jim
II – Without a Word
III – What Larks!

Jack Wilkins, Ridge Lines, Clave-Bop Records – 2001.
Glib, A Ridge Away, This Love of Mine (arr.) for jazz octet,

Tom Lellis / Netherlands Metropole Orchestra, Skylark, TMC Records, 2001.
Taken to Heart (arr.), Straight Up and Down (arr.) – Orchestra and Vocals

Leo Janssen / Netherlands Metropole Orch., Shadow and Light. Koch Jazz, 1999.
Jamilla (arr.), My Song (arr.) – Orchestra & Tenor Sax soloist.

U.S. Command Band of the Airforce Reserve, Straighten Up and Fly Right, 1998.
But Beautiful (arr.) – Small big band

Charles Rutherford / Jazz Pacific Orch., Reunion, Seabreeze Records, 1993.
Shaw ‘Nuff (arr.) – Big Band

USF Faculty Jazz Quartet, At the Club, 1992.
Dilly Dali-ing, Bridge to Nowhere – jazz quartet.

USF Jazz Ensemble I has recorded a number of my compositions including:
Alladin, Funk & Games, Here & Gone/ Today & Tomorrow, Kickin’ & Screamin’, Madcap,
Moleids, Of Such Dreams, Queen City Lights, Reggae-Nomics

Other universities who have recorded my works:
Universities of: Minnesota, North Texas, Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado,
Wisconsin, Eau Claire.  California State University, Northridge, Century College (MN),
Chaffey College (CA),  Diablo Valley College (CA), Hope College (MI),
Hood Community College (OR)

Of special note:
NTSU, Lab ’76 – 1976. Received Grammy nomination.
Phonk a Trois