Don Hosek - Discography
Sarah B and Don Hosek - First to Know
  1. First to Know (Simple Mix) (Hosek/B)
  2. First to Know (Not Simple Mix) (Hosek/B)

My involvement: Bass guitar (2), piano (1, 2), synth drums (2), engineer/producer (1-2).

Limited edition CD single recorded on the occasion of my brother's wedding.

  1. Let Me Be Your Home (Larkin)
  2. Stormy Weather (Arlen/Koehler)
  3. With You (Schwartz)
  4. And I Will Follow (Brown)
  5. Losing Track of Time (Kirshenbaum)
  6. I'm No Good in Bed (Marren)
  7. Hero (Wildhorn)
  8. You Don't Bring me Flowers (Diamond/Bergman/Bergman)
  9. A Part of That (Brown)
  10. How I Love You (Heisler/Goldrich)
  11. New York State of Mind (Joel)

My involvement: Bass guitar (4, 9), double bass (2, 3, 9), tuba (6).

  1. From East to West From Shore to Shore
  2. Come O Long Expected Jesus (Peters)
  3. Hark the Hearld Angels Sing
  4. Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming (Distler)
  5. The First Nowell
  6. Ave Maria (Raminsh)
  7. The Christmas Sky
  8. Bethlehem's Star
  9. The Babe in Bethlehem's Manger
  10. The Stable Boy
  11. Hail, Eternal King
  12. Ding Dong Merrily on High
  13. Mater Ora Filium
  14. Away in a Manger
  15. Child of Sweetness (Hirten)
  16. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
  17. Pilgrim Jesus (Paulus)
  18. In Dulci Jubilo (Scheidt)
  19. Cradle Song (Hurd)
  20. Gloria (Alain)
  21. O Come All Ye Faithful
  22. Postlude on "Adeste Fidelis" (Dickinson)
  23. Deep River

My involvement: Choral voice-baritone (1, 3, 5, 14, 16, 19, 20, 21).

Dream in Color - demo
  1. The Future's So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades (McDonald/McDonald)
  2. Caffeine Dreams (Krueger)
  3. Like the Weather (Merchant)

My involvement: Acoustic guitar (3), bass guitar (1, 2), producer (1, 3).

Demo recorded for booking purposes, this has received limited circulation. Recorded to Yamaha analog 8-track cassette and mastered digitally on a Macintosh by George Krueger.

District 103 Band and Orchestra

I don't remember a whole lot about this recording. I was in grade school, our band and orchestra took a couple school buses to a recording studio in Indiana where we recorded a record. I played bass, but can't remember much more about it. I suppose my parents have the record somewhere (unless my Mom threw it out).