Living in the Shadow of a Downtown Movie Show
Recorded live in 1977 at Decca Studio II and the Moody Blues' Threshold Studio with Crawler, the David Katz orchestra, Chas Hodges, Brian Gascoine and more.
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Lost in LA
This is a studio album with songs I wrote and performed together with Mike Sheppard. Recorded at Marquee Studio and Regent's Park Studio in London with Phil Harding and Stephen Lipson producing.
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Tractorial Base
Recorded at various studios in London between 1978 and 1980, Tractorial Base is a collection of songs written by Steve Lipson, Mike Sheppard and myself.
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Songs for rebels without a cause
Songs inspired by the making of the film Rebel Without a Cause, the film itself, and the film's three stars — James Dean, Natalie Wood and Sal Mineo.
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Barcelona Songs
A walk through the streets of 1980s Barcelona in the company of Bárbara Granados (accordion) and Jonathan Dykes (double bass). 
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Other albums

A stage musical based on the life of the Spanish poet Federico Garcia Lorca with a book by John Howlett and music by Theo Jaskolkowski. On this project I wrote the lyrics and sing on some tracks.
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Song collection
A selection of songs from some of the plays I wrote the music for as well as tracks from the BBC Radio production of Maximum Credible Accident and the film The War Boys.
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Brighton in the Rain
These ELT songs from 1992 were written for the Cambridge English Course published by Cambridge University Press. The lyrics were written by Jonathan Dykes.
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Bring me the news boy
The Newsboys
Lyrics and vocals on this 1980 single with Phil Harding & Ian Curnow. Released on RCA and SAM records.

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Strong Love
This album explores the first wave of openly gay songwriting from 1972 up to 1981. It includes Dreamboy from Living in the Shadow of a Downtown Movie Show. Released by Chapter Music in 2012.


Lost West End 2
Celebrating London's forgotten musicals, this album brings together over 20 unique 'lost' West End productions and includes Running out of Time from Dean.