Discography

All songs written by Jess Grant except where specified

Landline

2020

Cover illustration: vonRocko Design

With Joy Mills, Tom Parker, Lucien LaMotte, Mike McDermott, Aimee Zoe and Jack Quick

10-song CD, self-released

Innocent Invader

2013

Cover art: Kara Asilanis

With Phil Austin, Travis Hartnett, Mark Hopkins, Sherri Jerome, Corinna Johnson, Greg Kramer, Lisa Marshall, Joy Mills, Tom Parker, Moe Provencher, Suzanne Sweeney, Ian Weintraub, Casey Allen, Mark Fauver and Aimee Zoe.

14-song CD, self-released

Sugarcane Mutiny

2008

Cover photo: Ian Weintraub

With Darryn Ray, Travis Hartnett, Corinna Johnson and Casey Allen

7-song CD, self-released

Jett City: A Tribute to Joan

2006

With Mark Jett, Suzie Jett and Julie Jett. Written by Jett/Fowley

3-song CD, self-released

The Washington Waltz

 

2003

Cover photo: Suzanne Juergensen

With Richard Karst

11-song CD, self-released

 

Oh Victoria (Bone Spider)

2003

With Ian Weintraub, Tom Shoblom, Rich Paddock and Linda Farr

5-song CD, self-released

Hands (Normajean)

I wrote the title track on this 10-song CD by NW singer Normajean

Sans Culotte

1996

With Rich Paddock and Janet Bent

5-song cassette, self-released

Bone Spider

1995

With Ian Weintraub, Tom Shoblom, Scott Frank and Rene Bressieux

4-song cassette, self-released

Grocer’s Dozen

1994

14-song cassette, self-released

Grant’s Tomb Live

1993

With Scott Garvey, Aric Rubin and Lee Elfenbein

4-song cassette, self-released

Songs for Boys

1991

With Richard Karst

2-song cassette, self-released

My Birthright by Grant’s Tomb

1990

With Bonnie Kirkpatrick, David Lidsky and Kevin Mummey

3-song cassette, self-released

Everybody’s Famous Vol. 2

1989

Slow Slam Dancing (3 tracks) included on a compilation cassette

Released by Baby Faze Records

Slow Slam Dancing

1988

With Richard Karst, Robley Evans, Nathan Jones, Jerry Abrams and Anne Hill

3-song cassette, self-released

Cat on the Fence

1986

Cover illustration: Bob Thawley

With Richard Karst, Jan Luby, Joe Palermo and Brook Schoenfield

8-song cassette, self-released

Jess Grant (self-titled debut)

1982

With Richard Karst

6-song cassette, self-released

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