|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||The Hawk And The Hunter||12||Audio||1965||Mira Records|
|2||The Hawk And The Hunter||12||Audio||1965|
|3||The Hawk & The Hunter||12||Audio||1969||Ampex|
|4||Jane In Spain||12||Audio||1959||Kapp Records|
|5||Jane In Spain||12||Audio||1959||Kapp Records|
Frank Hunter was a big band veteran who switched to the studio, getting his first big break arranging for Elliot Lawrence's Orchestra in the late 1940s. In the mid 1950s, he worked for Bethlehem Records, later with a variety of labels and artists, including Mercury, Medallion, and Top Rank and Johnny Hartman, Ketty Lester, Carmen McCrae, Eddie Fisher, and Eddie Heywood. He worked for Kapp for several years, arranging for Roger Williams, Anita Darian, and Joe Harnell. When he left Kapp, he continued to work with a variety of artists including Pat Boone, Chad and Jeremy and the Quinto Sisters. He composed music for commercials.