Tommy Eyre - Solo Albums

Solo Albums

  • Tommy Eyre - Moonlight piano, vol. 1 (1998)
  • Tommy Eyre - Moonlight piano, vol. 2 (1998)
  • Tommy Eyre - Moonlight piano, vol. 3 (1998)
  • Tommy Eyre - Ivory Christmas - piano classics (1995)
  • Tommy Eyre - A highland Christmas (1997)
  • Tommy Eyre - Have yourself a jazzy little Christmas (1999)

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