An album more than two years in the making is finally here. Which Way to the Starlite is my first full-length album featuring vocals (gasp!) in almost twenty years. To say I'm proud to finally have this out there would be an understatement. A lot of the usual blood, sweat and tears has gone into making this album and I hope you hear that in every note and every single word. Produced by myself and Engineer Extraodinaire Steve Forney (Don't Look Back (The EP), Life Alone, Home) Which Way to the Starlite captures the twists and turns of the ever-changing journey that is this life.
CD Credits: Produced by Anthony Tyler and Steve Forney / All songs written, performed and recorded by Anthony Tyler / Mixed and mastered by Steve Forney at The Studios at Linden Oaks, Rochester, NY / CD layout and design by Anthony Tyler / CD manufacturing by Oasis CD / Track 3 "Lover" excerpt Warner Chappell Music Corporation o/b/o WC Music Publishing Group and WC Music Corporation o/b/o Michael Stanley Music Company / Track 4 "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town" excerpt Universal Music Publishing Group o/b/o Universal-Songs of Polygram International, Incorporated / Track 11 "What Would They Say" Warner Chappell Music Corporation o/b/o Sunset Squid Music - Written by Paul Williams
Originally released in 2007 on CD, this newly-revised edition of Yesterday's News (Selected songs from 1988-2020) expands on the 15-track original CD. Yesterday's News marked my return to releasing music after a ten year absence. This "Best Of" collection includes several never-before released tracks spanning the entire career up to 2020.
Originally released in 1995, Home was the album that changed everything. After the hard-rocking debut, I took a huge left-hand turn and delivered the album that would put me on the Singer/Songwriter map in my home-area of Central New York. Home is a stripped down, bare, emotionally-charged album of ten, original acoustic ballads.
Awarded Gold Album status during the Fall of 2015.
The album that started it all, way back in 1993 (then titled Black Cat). After a failed first attempt at releasing an album with an outside producer (-cough- Don't Look Back -cough-), I decided to take things into my own hands and produce an album under my own record label. Black Cat was originally released in October of 1993 and was one of the top selling Independent releases for two years running after that. This reissue is remastered and renamed, appropriately, Life Alone for 2022.
Blue Skies Ahead '22 is a newly-recorded, mixed and mastered re-issue of 2020's Rock Instrumental - Blue Skies Ahead. Written, performed and recorded by Anthony Tyler. Mixed and mastered by Steve Forney at The Studios at Linden Oaks, Rochester, NY. Cover illustration by Victoria Novak. Cover design by Anthony Tyler