Discography

A Gift of Love (2004)
T&P Records, distributed by:
US: 33rd Street – Asia: Pony Canyon – Other Countries: Universal Music

Famous love songs from years past including a new arrangement of “Time After Time.” The CD was so popular in Asia that we decided to release it everywhere! Features Frank Martin on keyboards and Joseph Hebert on cello on four songs.

As Time Goes By (2002)
Windham Hill Records (01934-11609-2)

The hits just keep on coming. This time the jazz-flavored hits. But seriously, even though we’re not really big fans of compilations, Windham Hill did a good job putting this one together. As Time Goes By, a nice way to end an amazing chapter in our lives.

Paradise Found (1998)
Windham Hill (01934-11336-2)

This one celebrates 20 years of making music together. Yes, it really is Paradise Found.

Learning How To Fly (1994)
Epic Records (EK 64439)

The first in our “Let’s Go Fishing” series. We’re doing one for criminals called “Learning How To Flee.” And, of course, our New Age release, “Learning How To Flow.” For frequent flyers, there will be “Learning How To Flu.”

Love Warriors (1989)
Windham Hill Jazz (WD-0116)

Does it mean we are lovers and warriors? Or lovely warriors? Or are we really fond of warriors? Could it be a misspelling of worriers? What exactly is a love war? You’ll have to buy it to find out.

Hymns, Carols and Songs About Snow (1991)
Windham Hill Jazz (01934-10135-2)

Yes, this is my Christmas album, although you’d never know it. A coincidence really … nothing more, nothing less.

Chocolate Moment (2002)
T&P Records, distributed by:
US: 33rd Street – Asia: Pony Canyon – Other Countries: Universal Music

We went into the studio to record an album of jazz standards. Somehow we ended up with our first CD of all original songs. They already feel like standards to us!

Taking The Long Way Home (2001)
Windham Hill (01934-11507-2)

This is our first Greatest Hits album. We’ve had a lot of hits. And we’re gonna have more. And more. And then we can look back and say, “Jeez, we sure had a lot of hits!”

The Best of Tuck & Patti (1997)

Windham Hill Records (01934-11152)