CREDITS / DISCOGRAPHY

 

RECORDING CREDITS, GUITAR (partial list)

Michael MacDonald, “You Let Me Go”

Tiffany, “Was it Good for You”

Mind Movie, “Happiness and Tears”, “Spaceflight to Pandora” and “Bushman”

Michael McKnight “Let Freedom Ring” and ” Chosen One”

Michael Bates debut Rock Opera / album, IVK records

Dogg Mansion

Damage Control

Ruth McCartney

Jerry Bell, “April Love” (Pausa Records)

Corbett Wall, Corbett Wall Album (EMI)

Barry Coffing, assorted (Egress / Warner)

Billy Davis, Jr., “Time for a Change Now” (Indie)

John Pena, “Signs of Tribulation”

Roz Streisand, “For the Last Time”

John Hart, “John Hart” (Motown)

Halfway to Dharma (Indie)

Cecil Shaw, “New You” (Motown)

Morgan Yagi, “Morgan Yagi” (Indie)

Terry Glenny (Indie)

Herschel Kennedy (Warner)

Bob Luna, ‘Warrior Suite’ (indie)

The Blue Delilahs (indie)

Billy Kidd (Warner)

Color of Sky (Indie)

Jean-Michel Byron “Soul Sister” (Indie)

Kozz Kozinski, “Doggie Music”

Outdoor Sports Music (Indie)

Lisa Torres (Indie)

Ian Harrison “Ian Harrison” (Indie)

Mattel “Polly” Jingle

Disney—Assorted Jingles

 

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FILM CREDITS:  (partial list)

Frostbite—20th Century Fox (Composer on 70%, all guitars, bass, some keys, etc.)

The Horrible Dr. Bones (ghost writer, sound designer)

A Shaded Place (all guitars)

The Thin Pink Line (all guitars on source cues and closing credit theme)

Whore II (guitar on trailer)

My Own Country (guitar)

West from North goes South (guitar, bass, ghostwriter)

Bat Out of Hell (Sidelining as Meatloaf’s lead guitarist)

The Elizabeth Taylor Story (sidelining musician)

 

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TV CREDITS:   (partial list)

Jules Sylvester’s Wild Adventures—DISCOVERY (ten 1-hour episodes: composer on 70 %; all guitars, some flutes and percussion, keys, etc.)

World’s Most Amazing Animal Rescues II & III—FOX (ghost writer, all guitars, bass, keys)

World-Record Breaking Stunts I & II—FOX (ghost writer, all guitars, bass)

The New Newlywed Game—CBS (Arranger on opening and closing themes and bumpers; all guitars)

The Dark Side of Figure Skating I and II—FOX
(ghost writer, all guitars, some keys)

The Buddy Faro Show—CBS (sidelining musician)

Melrose Place —FOX (sidelining musician)

California Dreams—NBC (guitar and sidelining musician)

Kindred—FOX (sidelining musician)

$25,000 Pyramid—ABC (guitar)

Hang Time—NBC (Guitar)

The Best Things About Christmas—FOX (guitar)

Tazzercise—WARNER (guitar)

Eye on LA

 

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PRODUCTION CREDITS  (partial list)

Michael MacDonald, “You Let Me Go”—Co-Arranger

Billy Davis Jr., “Time for a Change Now”—Co-Producer

Mind Movie, “Happiness and Tears”, “Spaceflight to Pandora” and “Bushman”

Ian Harrison, “Ian Harrison” album—Arranger/Producer

Michael McNight, “Let Freedom Ring”and “Chosen One”–Arranger/Producer

Halfway to Dharma—Co-writer, Arranger/producer

Morgan Yagi—Arranger/Producer

Outdoor Sports Music–Writer/arranger/producer/instrumentalist/vocalist, engineer

Halfway Home—Writer/arranger/producer/instrumentalist/vocalist, engineer

Violeta Martin, “En Busca De Amor” album—Writer/arranger/producer/engineer/instrumentalist

Byron Fry, ”Combustible” album—everything

Michael Bates debut album / rock opera—composer / arranger on roughly 50%

Christina Duane, “Time Standing Still”—arranger/producer/engineer/instrumentalist

Christina Duane, “Lucky Man”—Arranger/producer/engineer/instrumentalist

Jill Tutt, “Lifetime in a Moment” album—Arranger/producer/engineer/instrumentalist

The Blue Delilahs, “The Ooh La Ooh” – Arranger/producer/engineer/instrumentalist

Jeff Hobbs, “I Love Halloween”, “Love Lasts Forever” and “Agnes Rose”- co-writer, arranger/producer/engineer/ instrumentalist

Goog / Steve Kramer: Arranger / orchestrator / producer / sound designer / multi-instrumentalist on 40 or so productions

 

 

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LIVE CREDITS (very partial list)

Melanie

Frank Stallone

Elvis Schoenberg’s Orchestre Surreal (featuring Keith Emerson)

Tim Bogert

Tribus

Michael McKnight

Walfredo Reyes’ “Wally World”

Emmanuel (Ese Soy Yo tour)
 Al Ritmo de la Noche,
 studio appearance

Emmanuel on Al Ritmo de la Noche,
 multiple international broadcasts
 of live concerts

“A Naked Girl”
 Musical ‘Rockumentary’
 – Musical Director

John Fogerty

Mike Price / Blue Guitar



“Three of a Kind”, Fry’s First Symphony: conductor / M.D. of premier

Dakota (Europe tour)

Barry Coffing

Grooveliners

Maureen McCormick

Leon Mudbone

Maxine Nightengale

Mark Craney and the Geniuses

Sonny Turner

Bosnia Relief Concert, Baked Potato (live international broadcast)

Electronic Cafe (live MTV broadcast feat. Graham Nash and Howard Jones)

Byron Fry & Friends @ Baked Potato

Fried Guise @ Baked Potato

Plus Eleven @ Baked Potato

Q.F.B.J.F.A.T.B.W.B.D.D.F.B.

Hotel California a Salute to the Eagles

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NOTE:  Byron regrets that there is neither room enough on this page nor time enough in the day to list the one million nightclubs played, nor the hundreds of club bands with whom, in the name of diversity, he has bravely explored such a wide spectrum of competence and volume levels. Nor can he summon the patience in his soul to mention every time he has played in a tux, though he has so often found himself in truly proud company during those situations.