|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||The Boris Midney Anthology||21||Audio||2005||Empire Musicwerks|
|2||Music From The Empire Strikes Back||4||Audio||1980||RSO|
|5||Double Discovery||6||Audio||1999||OZ Records|
|6||The Empire Strikes Back||4||Audio||1999||OZ Records|
|7||Black Russian||4||Audio||1999||OZ Records|
|8||Trancetter||12||Audio||1999||Max Music & Entertainment Inc.|
|9||USA-European Connection 2||2||Audio||1999||OZ Records|
|11||Music From The Empire Strikes Back||4||Audio||1980||RSO|
|12||Han Solo And The Princess (Love Theme)||2||Audio||1980||RSO|
|13||Evita (Special Edition) / The Empire Strikes Back||25||Audio||2013-02-18||Harmless|
|14||Music From The Empire Strikes Back||4||Audio||1980||RSO|
|16||Music From The Empire Strikes Back||4||Audio||1980||RSO|
|17||Pinocchio / Black Russian||22||Audio||2014-01-27||Harmless|
|18||Han Solo And The Princess (Love Theme)||4||Audio||1980||RSO|
|19||Han Solo And The Princess (Love Theme)||4||Audio||1980||RSO|
[b]Disco producer - songwriter - maestro - arranger - conductor - synthesizer player[/b]
Born in Russia.
He is among the principal architects of the Eurodisco sound. One of the first to exploit the full potential of 48-track recording, his trademark blend of strings, horn and percussion created a sound as deep and lush as any heard during the disco era.
He was a classically-trained composer who started out writing film scores.
Turning to disco, however, he discovered his true calling. Working under a number of guises he produced an enormously prolific body of work from his New York City, [l=Eras Recording Studio].