1991
FuncHaus absolutely live 
FuncHaus
1996
Ears to the wall
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
1999
Buck Jump
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
2000
Another joyous occasion
Widespread Panic
2001
Wide awake
Renee McCrary
2001
Jazzin' On Da River
Ed Perkins
2001
Make a wish
Micheal Ward
2002
Medicated magic (Atlantic)
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
2002
Down and Dirty (DVD)
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
2002
Bonnaroo music fest (DVD)
Various Artist
2003
Continuum
Michael Ward
2004
In the Bywater
Terence Higgins and Swampgrease
2004
Free Beer and Fried Chicken
Patrick Smith Band
2004
Funeral for a Friend
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
2004
We got robbed lived
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
2005 
Make it funky (DVD)
Various artists
2005
This Is the Dirty Dozen Brass Band
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
2005
Electric Blue Watermelon
North Mississippi Allstars
2005
Our New Orleans: A Benefit Album for the Gulf Coast
Various artists
2006
Primitive Guide to Being There
Jhelisa
2006
From the Big Apple to the Big Easy: Madison Square Garden
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band and other artists
2006
What's Goin' On
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
2007
It's Life
George Porter Jr.
2007
Styled in Italy, Vol. 2
Various Artists
2007
It's Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino
Various Artists
2008
Funky Kidz
Various Artists
2009
Icons among us
(jazz documentary)
Various Artists
2009
Night of Joy
Widespread Panic
2009
Best of Jazz in Burghausen, Vol. 3
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band and other artists
2010
FuncHaus 
Func Haus
2010
Featuring
Norah Jones




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The drummer: 100 years of rhythmic power and invention
Adam Budofsky

In just over 170 pages, Adam Budofsky’s volume provides an excellent overview of drumming in the past century. Packed with excellent live and studio photos and sprinkled with amusing or insightful quips from the masters, the work begins with the “founding fathers” of drumming (Gene Krupa, Buddy Rich, Elvin Jones). Highlighting the pioneering technical prowess and electrifying showmanship, the evolution then quickly unfolds into the likes of Keith Moon and John Bonham, who added blistering power to the finesse of the early masters.

While there exists some explanation of technique, the book is not designed for the purpose of instruction. Instead, The Drummer gives a beautiful look at the history or the instruments’ great icons in every genre: rock, pop, jazz, R&B, metal, progressive, alternative, and beyond.

Second Line: 100 Years of New Orleans Drumming
Antoon Aukes
This book is essential to any drummer interested in New Orleans drummin': it covers the fundamental second line and fonk styles. SECOND LINE begins with the traditional brass band use of the bass drum and cymbal, where the various snare players play 'on the clave' and other syncopated feels. The book then explains the evolution of two-beats, timerolls and sock cymbals, into the early forms of jazz, as played by the great drummers like Paul Barbarin, Zutty Singleton and Baby Dodds. These cats majorly influenced the shape of rhythm to come.

New York, 2000
Dr. John (Mac Rebennack)
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