|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|3||Live In Italy||12||Audio||Moondance Records|
|4||Skip Battin||10||Audio||2003||Collectors' Choice Music|
|5||Topanga Skyline||15||Audio||2010||Sierra Records (3)|
|7||Central Park / The St. Louis Browns||2||Audio||1972||Signpost|
|8||Don't Go Crazy||10||Audio||1984||Appaloosa|
|10||Ballad Of Dick Clark||2||Audio||1973||Signpost|
Born: Feb 18th, 1934 (Gallipolis, Ohio)
Died: July 6th, 2003 (Salem, Oregon)
Most famous as the bassist for [a=Byrds, the], Skip first found fame as half of [a=Skip & Flip]. After The Byrds, he lead [a=Evergreen Blueshoes] before recording four albums with [a=New Riders Of The Purple Sage] between '74 and '76. He also recorded three solo albums.
In more recent years Skip toured with [a=Flying Burrito Bros, The] and collaborated with a number of country rock artists.
Skip died of complications from Alzheimer's disease.