|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Rock And Roll Is Here To Stay||2||Audio||1981||Soedi|
|2||My Name Is Artie Kaplan||10||Audio||K-Tel|
|3||Confessions Of A Male Chauvinist Pig||12||Audio||1972||Hopi Records|
|4||Confessions Of A Male Chauvinist Pig||12||Audio||2001||Universe (3)|
|5||Confessions Of A Male Chauvinist Pig||12||Audio||1972||Riviera (3)|
|7||Confessions Of A Male Chauvinist Pig||12||Audio||1992||INDISC|
|9||Confessions Of A Male Chauvinist Pig||12||Audio||1972||Hopi Records|
|10||Confessions Of A Male Chauvinist Pig||12||Audio||1972||Hopi Records|
Saxophonist and flutist that has played on over 150 Top Ten records. In the 70s he was an in-demand session saxophone player working with artists like Barry Manilow, Carole King, Brook Benton, Peaches And Herb etc. He's also the saxophonist on the huge 1960's hits "Sunny" by Bobby Hebb and "Locomotion" by Little Eva.
At that time he also worked as music contractor for many rock artists and coordinating music to movies like "The Midnight Cowboy" and "The Verdict", "Fame" and many more. He has also written and produced music for children shows and released several albums. His debut album "Confessions Of A Male Chauvinist Pig" in 1973 was a best seller in Europe. In the 2000s he still continues writing and recording for different artists.