|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Doin' The Banana Split||4||Audio||1969||Hanna-Barbera Productions|
|2||Doin' The Banana Split||4||Audio||Not On Label|
|3||The Tra-La-La Song (One Banana, Two Banana)||4||Audio||1969||Hanna-Barbera Productions|
|4||We're The Banana Splits||2||Audio||1968||Decca|
|5||We're The Banana Splits||16||Audio||Not On Label|
|6||Original Soundtrack From The Seventies USA Television Show||16||Audio||2007||Ripped Couch Records|
|7||We're The Banana Splits / Here Come The Beagles||34||Audio||1995||Hollywood Library|
|8||We're The Banana Splits||12||Audio||Decca|
|9||The Tra La La Song||3||Audio||1996||Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.|
|10||We're The Banana Splits||12||Audio||1968||Decca|
|11||Wait Till Tomorrow/We're The Banana Splits||2||Audio||1968||Decca|
The Banana Splits' bubblegum pop rock and roll was provided by studio professionals, including Joey Levine ("I Enjoy Being a Boy", "It's a Good Day for a Parade"); Al Kooper ("You're the Lovin' End"); Barry White ("Doin' the Banana Split"); Gene Pitney ("Two Ton Tessie") and Jimmy Radcliffe provided his songs ("I'm Gonna Find A Cave", "Soul", "Don't Go Away Go-Go Girl", "Adam Had 'Em" and "The Show Must Go On") but did not contribute vocals to Splits recordings.
The music director was music publisher Aaron Schroeder while production duties were mainly handled by David Mook.