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BoB Dorough discography

Discogrophy to the best of my knowledge (These are not in any particular order)
  • Just About Everything: (blue note release)
  • Too much coffee man (2000 Blue note records)
  • Beginning to See the Light: (bd and bill takas recorded live 1976) LP: Laissez-Faire Records SD-02
  • Right on My Way Home:
  • Skabadaba:
  • Devil May Care:
  • The Medieval Jazz Quartet: Dorough and other musicians perform Dorough's arrangements of jazz standards on recorders, crumhorns, and other early instruments includes a vocal (by Blosom Dearie) on "Nature Boy
  • To Communicate: (Bob Dorough and various artists)- a studio recording of rock standards and other goodies from the Dorough repertoire, Laissez-Faire SC-03, CD-03
  • Formerly Not For Sale: (Bob Dorough) 15 Fran Landesman lyrics with various composers, SC-04
  • This Is a Recording By Bob Dorough: Doro's long-awaited pop art album, SC-05, CD-05
  • Also performed on:
  • Oliver Performer Piano
  • Complete Columbia Studio Recordings: Performer Piano Vocals
  • Schoolhouse Rock! [Box] Performer Musical Director Vocals
  • Holy Soul Jelly Roll: Poems And Songs 1949-1993 Performer Piano Organ
  • In Love: Performer
  • Who Wrote This Song? : Performer Vocals
  • Alone But Not Forgotten : Performer Vocals
  • Multiplication Rock : Performer Vocals
  • Sorcerer : Performer Vocals
  • Sorcerer (20-Bit) [Limited Edition] : Performer Vocals
  • Memorial Charlie Parker: Performer Piano Vocals
  • Yule be Boppin': compilation (1997), "Blue Xmas (To Whom It May Concern)" a much longer version with added verses with Bob on vocals and piano and Greg Osby, Tim Hagens, Bobby Watson, Stefon Harris, Ira Coleman, and Billy Kilson
  • Jingle Bell Jazz, compilation: (1985), "Blue Xmas (To Whom It May Concern)" recorded 1962 by Miles Davis with Bob on vocals, Columbia/CBS, CK 40166
  • Special thanks to everyone has sent in information to update the list

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