|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Jump The Circle, Jump The Line||10||Audio||2001||Mutable Music|
|2||Day Of Love||14||Audio||2001||Mutable Music|
|4||8 O'Clock: Two Improvisations||8||Audio||2001||Mutable Music|
|5||Full Spectrum Voice||12||Audio||1991||Lovely Music, Ltd.|
|7||First Meeting||8||Audio||1995||Knitting Factory Works|
|8||Alone, Together, Apart||4||Audio||2003||Mutable Music|
|10||In Crossing The Busy Street||16||Audio||Mutable Music|
|11||Inner Journey||19||Audio||1998||Lovely Music, Ltd.|
|12||Act Of Finding||12||Audio||1995||OODiscs|
Thomas Buckner (1941) is an American baritone vocalist performing contemporary classical music and improvised music.
Buckner worked as a concert promoter in Berkeley (California, USA) by founding the 1750 Arch Concerts, which presented over hundred musical events per year for eight years. He also founded the label 1750 Arch Records which released more than fifty records. Buckner co-led the Arch Ensemble until he left California for New York City in 1983, where he began a long association with renowned composer Robert Ashley.