2000 January “Tibet’s Stolen Child”

2000 Jan­u­ary “Tibet’s Stolen Child” I wrote and record­ed the orig­i­nal score for this doc­u­men­tary film. The great­est peace­mak­ers of our time search for the truth about Tibet’s Panchen Lama, a boy whose fate could affect the des­tiny of a coun­try strug­gling to avoid the destruc­tion of its spir­i­tu­al tra­di­tions. A young boy, the Panchen Lama, […]

1984.” Nuclear Furniture” Jefferson Starship. R.C.A. Records.

1984. “Assas­sin” Jef­fer­son Star­ship. “Assas­sin”. Music, Pete Sears. Lyrics, Jean­nette Sears.   1984. “Live and Let Live”. Jef­fer­son Star­ship. “Live and Let Live” Music, Pete Sears, Lyrics, Jean­nette Sears.   “Sor­ry Me Sor­ry You” Music, Pete Sears. Lyrics, Jean­nette Sears.   1984.” Nuclear Fur­ni­ture” Jef­fer­son Star­ship. R.C.A. Records. Jean­nette and I wrote “Assas­sin”, “Sor­ry Me, Sor­ry You”, and […]

1974. “Dragonfly” Jefferson Starship” R.C.A. Records.

    The YouTube video above is of the sec­ond song Grace Slick and I wrote. It’s called “Hyper­drive” and Grace wrote the lyrics, and I wrote and arranged all the music. It came out on “Drag­on­fly”, the first offi­cial Jef­fer­son Star­ship album as a band. The first song Grace and I wrote was “Bet­ter […]

Sweet Little Rock n Roller

This is one of Pete’s favorite songs from Rod Stew­arts 1973 album, “SMILER”, the last of four Eng­lish made solo albums that he played on. The first being “Gaso­line Alley” in 1970 where he played bass on “Cut Across Shorty” and piano on “Coun­try Com­forts”. The sec­ond was his favorite album with Rod in 1971, […]

1966. Fleur de Lys “Circles” Atlantic Records.

1966, some­where in Eng­land. Fleur de Lys…me 2nd from left, the sec­ond Eng­lish band I played with for a bit. We played most­ly Motown style music. I played piano with this band. We once opened for Eddie Floyd (Knock on Wood) in Lon­don, and Bri­an Epstein (Man­ag­er of the Bea­t­les who was pro­mot­ing the show) dropped by our dress­ing room with a bot­tle of Champagne.

1964. The Sons Of Fred. “Sweet Love”. E.M.I. Columbia.

  Pho­to tak­en in “Selmer Music” on Char­ring Cross Road, Lon­don. Buy­ing all new equip­ment and gui­tars. Just after the “Sons Of Fred” turned Proffe­sion­al and signed to Columbia/E.M.I. “Sweet Love”. Our first sin­gle, writ­ten by Alan Bohling.   “Sons Of Fred” YouTube Videos. I began play­ing bass and a lit­tle key­boards with the Sons […]