Quotable Quote

 

The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. There is also a negative side. (Hunter Thompson)

Tom's Complete Discography

This is a complete listing of all the recording projects that it's been my privilege to play on over the years. The ones on which I am the featured artist are designated by "TR". SBA is, of course, my long-time friend and playing partner Scott B. Adams.

  

Sail On- New Creations (1980)

And Angels Came Announcing- Kim Onori (1980)

Believe- TR (1981)

Cross in the Road- TR (1983)

He Is Here- The 4 of Us (1984)

Play Skillfully- TR (1985)

Ever Bless- Ray Repp (1985)

Something New- TR (1986)

Sing O Sing- The 4 of Us (1988)

Midnight Clear- Eutycus (1988)

Sunrise on the Point- Eutycus (1990)

Blue Canvas Sky- SBA (1990)

In the Window- Eutycus (1991)

Words Are Not Enough- TR (1994) *

Quiet Evening Sampler- OPR (1994)

Maybe Next Time- SBA (1994) *

Lakeside Christmas- TR/SBA (1995) *

Celtimorphosis- Celtimorphosis (1995) *

Acoustic Traditions- TR/SBA (1996) *

Christmas Traditions- TR/SBA (1996) *

Seasons of Life- TR/SBA (1997)

Passages- TR/SBA (1997) *

Celtic Traditions- Celtimorphosis (1997) *

Christmas in Ivory- TR/SBA (1997) *

Chenango County Pride- Charlie Resseguie (1997)

Horizons Sampler- OPR (1998)

An Olde World Christmas- TR/SBA (1998) *

Community Album- TR/SBA (1998)

December Evening [Live concert]- TR/SBA (1998) *

Wind Song Hill- Dave Raducha (1998)

Bag O Bones- Steve Golley (1998)

Moonlight Concert- TR (1999)

Adam's Fall- SBA (1999) *

Christopher the Christmas Tree (1999)

Pigeon Hill Suite- Ron Palmer (1999)

Heart Full of Country Songs- Resseguie/Rasely (2000)

Winds of Christmas- TR/SBA (2000) *

Dreams...Songs from the Woods- Roy Peters (2000)

Healing in His Wings- Laurie Petrisen (2001)

Holy Night- TR (2001)

County Routes & County Roots- TR (2001)

One to One- TR (2001)

Trophy of Grace- Nan Heckler (2002)

Meditations- originally produced for the Jireh Foundation, Honolulu HI (2002)

American Push- Dan Matlack (2003)

Coffee & Guitars Compilation- various artists, CoffeeHouseGuitars.com (2003)

Say Something Nice To Me- Mary Bentley (2003)

Leftovers- TR (2004)

Guitar Players of the Southern Tier (2004) various artists; available from Audio Classics.

Music of Our Fathers- TR/SBA/Others (2004)

Sweet Life- [single] Matt Pryor/Terry Potter (theme song for Relay for Life 2005)

Unto Us- TR/SBA (2005) *

Rise Up- Laurie Petrisen (2007)

Acoustic Intersection- TR/SBA (2007)*

Shifting Sands- TR (2008)

Halfway- TR (2008)

Songs from the Wilderness- Laurie Petresin (2009)

A Classical Mood- TR (2009)*

7 Pillars of Wisdom- TR (2009)

Mysteries- TR (2010)

Songs for a Life- Rick Elam (2010)

Journeys- TR/Douglas Rose (2010)

Country Roads…Beaten Paths- TR/SBA (2011)*

Back in the Window- TR (2011)

Holy Night- orchestral version (2011)*

God Bless the World- TR (2012)

Ancient and Unending- Fisher & Ronstadt (2012)

Soundtracks- TR (2013)

New Love Songs- TR (2013)

Heartland- TR (2013)

Simple Songs of Praise- TR (2013)

Soundtracks II- TR (2014)

And Now, For My Next Number- TR (2014)

Expressions of Love- TR/Douglas Rose (2014)

Soundtracks III- TR (2014)

Soundtracks IV (2015)

Bending Hearts- TR (2015)

Turn of the Maze- TR (2015)

Sings- Pat Fisher (2015)

Be Still My Soul- TR (2015)

Electric Outlet- TR (2015)

Soundtracks Six- TR (2016)

Matters of the Heart- TR/Douglas Rose (2016)

One Angel Sings TR (2016)

Tom's Street TR (2016)

Statement (2017)

Celebrate with Joy TR/Joe Connolly (2017)

Light Side Dark Side (2017)

Tie Dye (2017)

Reflect (2017)

Airs & Atmospheres (2018)

Voices (2018)

Thoughts and Prayers (single, 2018)

Slow Jazz on a Hot Day (2018)

Bitter and Sweet (2018)

Groovy (2018)

Children's Games (2018)

Commentary (2019)

Warm Days Cool Nights (2019)

Holy Ground (2019)

Nexus (2019)

Sweet Hour of Prayer (2019)

Tracks (2020)

Test Pattern (2020)

Poor Tom's Almanack (2020)

Broadcast Music (2020)

 

* These are available from OPR http://www.orchardbeat.com