Solo Albums

Toilet Music

Toilet Music

This album is my choice of stuff to hear while sitting on the toilet. Zak starkey gave me the idea when he and shush came for a visit. I was playing him some of my demos, and he remarked, "Rab, it's crap. It's like toilet music." We laughed and I took his remark as a gift.


Spirit Infinity

Spirit Infinity

Spirit infinity is the blessing and gift Sue gave to me when she died. One of the last things she said to me was, "Rabbit, if you drink I will come back to haunt you." ...Well if that would bring her back to earth, then hell yeah! Give me that bottle!!!!  A collection of beautiful, relaxing music.


The Baton

The Baton

The baton is the first in a series of compositions that I wrote during the 6 months that me and my wife, sue, hung suspended in 'life' while her cancer slowly killed her. It was astounding yet and honor that she chose me to be with her in her final seconds of life on earth.


The Wind Cried

The Wind Cried

A stunning album by Rabbit, featuring a full set of real live musicians on all tracks. Real drums, bass, guitars, vocals, sax, percussion, along with Rabbit's keyboards and Vocals.


Blackwell

Blackwell

Ok folks, let's go back in time. Any of you that are interested in my beginnings as a teen musician and the final result of me winding up in The Who should hear this. It is the 1st album I ever made in 1967 with my band Blackwell.


Dream Jungle

Dream Jungle

Any of you remember my original Dream Jungle CD, the one I did at Pete's studio in 1988? Well, it's such a good chill type relaxing album, I've decided to re-master and re-package it as an updated CD with new cover art. Enjoy.


Celestial Mechanics

Celestial Mechanics

This Rabbit Solo Album isn't just any ordinary new age concept. Included here is a variety of music styles, mostly written by Rab, but also includes compositions with a couple of new friends he's found.. Joey Meuross and Jon Dawson.


Same Old Story

Same Old Story

Same Old Story was 9 years in the making! From its seven-track beginnings in 1984 to it's resurrection in 1992 and additional seven tracks in 1993, it's a great album that's well worth the wait.


You Ain't Your Body

You Ain't Your Body

A great Rab rock album featuring Geoff Whitehorn on brilliant guitars. Real songs, vocals, and band... Kicking ass!


Tsunami

Tsunami

All proceeds from the sale of this record will go to the Red Cross Tsunami Appeal. Thank you all for helping these unfortunate people out. It could happen to any of us...


Alien Govrnment

Alien Govrnment

An alien government. Are we safe from their un-worldly schemes and motives?... Yes, the aliens are here. They are among us. Excellent stuff.


Broken Arrows

Broken Arrows

My very 1st solo album at island records, right before I joined Free, and was still working with Johnny Nash as well as KKTR. It's brilliant, just brilliant.


Containers

Containers

Containers... Do they hide in your Mind or in your Soul? What exactly are they containing?... An album of music from the Outer Limits of your imagination to the inner limits of your endurance. Warning... Do not be Contained!...


Dark Saloon

Dark Saloon

The same great vibe as Broken Arrows, but this time with soon to become Crawler members, Tony Braunagel and Terry Wilson. More rocky than Broken Arrows.


The Ice Princess

The Ice Princess

A new age storybook CD about a beautiful princess lost in the woods, being hunted by a wolf-man who discovers a sensitive side when he tries to eat her. They fall in love, and a child is born...


Run For Cover

Run For Cover

Run for Cover is Rabbit's first fully-fledged solo album since his days at Island Records. Much of it was recorded at Pete Townshend's Broadwick Street Studios and features superb guitar work from Geoff Whitehorn of Crawler fame.

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