|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Georgia Tom & Friends||16||Audio||Les Disques Pierre Cardin|
|2||Georgia Tom & Friends||16||Audio||Riverside Records|
|3||Mrs. Baker's Blues / Worried Man Blues||2||Audio||Vocalion (2)|
|4||Kunjine Baby / Corrine Corrina||2||Audio||Vocalion (2)|
|5||1929–1930||20||Audio||Best Of Blues|
|6||"The Accompanist" (1928-1931)||20||Audio||1989||RST Records|
|7||The Male Blues Vol. 2||4||Audio||Jazz Collector|
Born: June 1, 1899 - Villa Rica, GA
Died: January 23, 1993 - Chicago, IL
Piano player/songwriter best known for writing blues classic "It's Tight Like That" (1928) and gospel standards like "Precious Lord, Take My Hand" (1932). In 1932 Dorsey (better known as "Rev. Thomas A. Dorsey") completely turned to writing biblical songs.
Thomas A. Dorsey got awarded with a Governor's Award For The Arts in Chicago (1985) and a Grammy\National Trustees Award (1992).