KID PAN ALLEY: I Used to Know the Names of All the Stars A musical journey through the universe–songs written by Paul Reisler with the children of Charlottesville, VA recorded by Cracker, Sissy Spacek, Corey Harris, John McCutcheon, Jesse Winchester, Sparky’s Flaw and a host of others. (buy)
KID PAN ALLEY: Kid Pan Alley NashvilleParents Choice Gold Award Winner. From country to classical, pop to the blues—Songs co-written with the children of Nashville & recorded by Amy Grant, Delbert McClinton, Suzy Bogguss, Kix Brooks, Nashville Bluegrass Band, Raul Malo, Nashville Chamber Orchestra. (buy)
PAUL REISLER AND A THOUSAND QUESTIONS: At Night the Roses TangoOriginal new music from Paul Reisler, founder of Trapezoid and Kid Pan Alley. He’s joined in his new band by Howard Levy of the Flecktones, Angela Kaset, and Ysaye Barnwell of Barnwell from Sweet Honey in the Rock. (buy)
KID PAN ALLEY: Tidal Wave of SongFolk, rock, country, hip-hop, classical, jazz, & more: 19 songs written by elementary-school kids with songwriter Paul Reisler, recorded by over 30 professional artists. Kids & adults alike love its funny, poignant vibe and the world-class, magical music. (buy)
PAUL REISLER AND BOBBY READ: Birth of a RiverOriginal instrumentals from Paul Reisler of Trapezoid and Bobby Read of the Bruce Hornsby Band. “It climbs up the Blue Ridge and down to the bayou and back up the Himalaya’s.” -Washington Post (buy)
TRAPEZOID FEATURING PAUL REISLER: Long Time Down this RoadTrapezoid — the eclectic alternative acoustic music ensemble — brings together two decades of innovative music with their 20th anniversary retrospective album, Long Time Down this Road. (buy)
Remembered Ways
PAUL REISLER AND TRAPEZOID: Remembered Ways Original songs and instrumentals from Paul Reisler of Trapezoid. Trapezoid is a seminal group in the contemporary acoustic and chamber-folk movements. World class musicianship and songwriting. (buy)


Best Friends, Kid Pan Alley (Kid Pan Alley, 2019)
One Little Song Can Change the World, Kid Pan Alley (Kid Pan Alley, 2017)
I Used to Know the Names of All the Stars, Kid Pan Alley (Kid Pan Alley 2008)
Kid Pan Alley Nashville, Kid Pan Alley (Nashville Chamber Orchestra, 2005)
At Night the Roses Tango, Paul Reisler & A Thousand Questions (Trapezoid Prod., 2005)
Tidal Wave of Song, Kid Pan Alley (Kid Pan Alley 2001)
Birth of A River, Paul Reisler & Bobby Read (Trapezoid Prod,1999)
Long Time Down This Road, Trapezoid (Azure, 1995)
Dissin’ the Diz,   Trapezoid and John McCutcheon (Azure, 1994)
Remembered Ways,   Trapezoid (Azure, 1994)
Moon Run,   Trapezoid (Narada/MCA, 1990)
Cool of the Day,  Trapezoid (Sugar Hill, 1985)
Another Country,   Trapezoid (Flying Fish, 1982)
Now and Then,   Trapezoid (Flying Fish, 1980)
Three Forks of Cheat,   Trapezoid (Rounder, 1978)
Trapezoid,   Trapezoid (Traditional, 1975)

With other artists

Tiempo de Navidad, Marcos Witt (Canzion, 2004)
Deeper Still, Beth Nielsen Chapman,  (Artemis, 2002)
Bears, Various artists (Silver Wave, 2001)
New Age Collection;  The Visionaries, (Rhino, 1998)
Narada Decade,   Various artists (Narada/MCA, 1994)
Narada Collection 3,   Various artists (Narada/MCA, 1992)
Family Garden,   John McCutcheon (Rounder, 1992)
Childhood Remembered,   Various artists (Narada/MCA, 1992)
Narada Collection 2,   Various artists (Narada/MCA, 1991)
Wisdom of the Wood,   Various artists (Narada/MCA, 1991)
Live at Wolf Trap,   John McCutcheon (Rounder, 1991)
Wilderness Collecion,   Various artists (Narada/MCA, 1990)
What It’s Like,   John McCutcheon (Rounder, 1990)
I’ll Be There,   Si Kahn (Flying Fish, 1989)
Generations,   Sally Rogers (Flying Fish, 1989)
Mail Myself to You,   John McCutcheon (Rounder, 1988)
Gonna Rise Again,   John McCutcheon (Rounder, 1987)
Step by Step,   John McCutcheon (Rounder, 1986) NAIRD award, “Best String Album”
Watch Out,  Holly Near (Redwood, 1985)
Winter Solstice,  John McCutcheon (Rounder, 1985)  GRAMMY nominee.
Howdyadoo, John McCutcheon (Rounder, 1984)  NAIRD award, “Best Children’s Album”.
Hawks and Herons,  Lorraine Duisit (Flying Fish, 1983)
Fine Times at Our House,   John McCutcheon (Greenhays, 1982)
Fiddlin’ John,   John Johnson (Augusta Heritage, 1982)
All Smiles Tonight,   Woody Simmons (Elderberry, 1978)