Recorded during the spring of 1969.
Recorded at Columbus Recorders, San Francisco, CA. George Horn, Engineer; Recorded at Pacific High Studios. Dan Healy, Engineer
Recorded and mixed at Amigo Studios, North Hollywood. Hank Cicalo, Engineer; Limelight LS-86067 (Mercury Records, Inc)
Two zyther improvisations recorded in Santa Rosa, CA in 1980.
Originally issued on cassette by DBR Music, now available by download:
Oracle of Love
See the Resurrection page.
See the Starmusic page.
See the Spring page.
Composed: 1982, 1986
See the Anthem page.
Castles in the Sun
See the Castles in the Sun page.
See the Favorites page.
See the Keys page.
Composed: 1986, 1987 and 1999
See the Celestial Voyager page.
See the Alpine Symphony page.
See the Poème page.
See the Yo Ki page.
Known albums that Don Robertson played on
as a studio musician
Tom Parrott Folkways FT 1009. Don Robertson, lead guitar and sitar
Bobby Callender MGMSE-4557. Don Robertson tamboura, sitar, percussion
The Lotus Palace
The Alan Lorber Orchestra. Verve V6-8711. Don Robertson, tamboura
Produced by Tom Wilson. Verve FTS-3030. Don Robertson, tabla and tamboura
Produced and arranged by Alan Lorber. MGM SE-4524. Don Robertson, tamboura
The Song of the Reed
by Stephen Coughlin. Fortuna FOR-010. Don Robertson, Zyther
Aeoliah. Don Robertson, piano. Helios CD-011
Don played a sitar solo on an album by a trumpet player with orchestral accompanyment in about 1968. We haven’t located the title or artist yet.