1962-1966 | 1967-1971 | 1972-2004 | 2005-2008 | 2009-2011 | 2012-2014|
Both Stephen and Snake have been active in music for quite a while. These pages present a Discography of their recordings and compositions, both separately and together, with audio clips that you can play to hear how their music has evolved (click on the blue song titles). We've tried to keep this in a more-or-less chronological order by release date although this may not be completely accurate, particularly in the case of re-releases.|
Please note that, although we'd like very much to be able to provide full, downloadable songs, in many cases copyright restrictions prohibit us from doing so. In these cases we're limited to providing shorter clips.
AUDIO CLIPS AND SONGS: ALPHABETIC ARTIST INDEX|
AUDIO CLIPS AND SONGS: ALPHABETIC TITLE INDEX
COVER VERSIONS OF ORPHEUS SONGS
STEPHEN & THE SNAKE HOME PAGE
This anthology album comprises material from several of the original Orpheus albums.|
Numbers in parentheses refer to the original album, as:
(1) = Orpheus, MGM 1968;
(2) = Ascending, MGM 1968;
(4) = Orpheus (4), Bell 1969; and
(7) = Anthology The Complete Orpheus, Akarma 2001.
Album Title: The Best Of Orpheus|
Personnel: Bruce Arnold - guitar, vocals (1, 2, 4); Jack McKennes - guitar, vocals (1, 2); Eric "the Snake" Gulliksen
- bass guitar, vocals (1, 2); Harry Sandler - drums (1, 2); Stephen Martin - guitar, vocals (4); Howard Hersh -
bass, vocals;(4); Elliot Sherman - keyboards, vocals (4); K.P. Burke - harmonica, vocals (4); Bernard Purdie -
Location: Bell Sound & Mayfair Studios, NYC
Engineer: Eddie Smith (1-3), Fred Weinberg (4)
Producer: Alan Lorber, for Alan Lorber Productions
Release Information: Iris Music Group CD Release, no. IMG-319 (2009)
This complete anthology is available for digital download from iTunes and amazon.com.|
Songs from Album 1 are also available for digital download from eMusic, msnMusic, Napster and Rhapsody.
Songs from Album 2 are also available for digital download from eMusic, msnMusic, Napster
Songs from Albums 4 and 7 are also available for digital download from eMusic, msnMusic,
Napster and Rhapsody.