|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Flower After Flower||8||Audio||2000-05-00||Tzadik|
|5||Drum Talk||7||Audio||1998||Wobbly Rail|
|6||Drum Sketches||10||Audio||2007||Innova Recordings|
|9||Tone Time||15||Audio||2003||Wobbly Rail|
|10||Breathing Together||5||Audio||1997||Freedom Jazz|
|11||12 Celestial Cycles, Octet NYC 1995||3||Audio||2014-01-13||Thought Authority Audio Archive|
Susie Ibarra (Born on November 15, 1970, in Anaheim, CA) is an American percussionist and composer of jazz, opera, experimental, and avant-garde music. She is probably best known for her work as a jazz drummer, and is noted for her dynamic range and expressive technique, as well as her incorporation of diverse styles and influences, such as blues, gamelan, and kulintang.