|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Georgie Porcupine / I'll Never Forget You||2||Audio||1974||United Artists Records|
|3||Lovely Lady / The Happy Child At Play||2||Audio||1984||Globe Records (2)|
|4||Carnival Island||2||Audio||1982||MMG (2)|
|5||I'll Never Forget You||2||Audio||United Artists Records|
|6||Piano Dancing (Long Disco Version)||2||Audio||1977||Columbia|
|7||Starry Night||2||Audio||1984||Lisa Records (3)|
|9||Lovely Lady||2||Audio||Lisa Records (3)|
|10||The Piano Picker / Love Dust||4||Audio||1978||Drive|
|11||Blue Night||4||Audio||Lisa Records|
Composer George Fischoff is a former student of Rudolf Serkin and a Juilliard graduate. He is well known for composing the 1960s pop music hits "98.6," performed by Keith and "Lazy Day," performed by Spanky and Our Gang.
In 1970, Fischoff was the youngest composer on Broadway with the Tony-nominated musical "Georgy!". He wrote and directed "Promised Land", a musical history of Moses that ran eight months off-Broadway. "Shepherd!", a one-man-show based on the story of King David and written and performed by Fischoff, is the longest running one-man-show based on the Bible in Broadway history.
He lectures on topics including humanities, Christian theater, opera literature, and the history of music and art.