Cranston has played on dozens of recordings for artists, as well as music for commercial use. Listed below are some of these recordings along with links to purchase.

“Essential Blues, Vol. 3” – House of Blues compilation, Various Artists: guitar on “Up and Down World”

“Labor of Love – The Music of Nick Lowe” Compilation, Various Artists: Guitar on “Shting Shtang”

“Box of the Blues” -4 cd collection, Various Artists, Rounder Records: Guitar on “Road Block” and “Shifting Sand”

“True Believer” – Irma Thomas

“Twangorama” – Twangorama – Features original compositions by Clements

“Heart of Mine” – Maria Muldaur – featured in the Scorsese documentary about Bob Dylan “No Direction Home”: Guitar

“The Soul Queen of New Orleans – 50th Anniversary Celebration” – Irma Thomas

“Louisiana Love Call” – Maria Muldaur

“City of Dreams – A Collection of New Orleans Music” – Various Artists, Rounder Records

“Any Womans’ Blues” – Compilation, Various Artists, Rounder Records

“Trying to Make a Little Love” – Michelle Willson

“Fanning the Flames” – Maria Muldaur

“The Barber’s Blues” – Chuck Carbo

“Telarc 5.1 DTS Surround Sampler” – Telarc Sampler

“Girl Authority” – Various Artists

“House of Secrets” – Leigh Harris

“Last Train to Memphis” – Bobby Charles

“A Celebration of the Blues” – Various Artists, Compilation. Guitar with Bobby Charles on “The Mardi Gras Song”

“Pretty Runs Out” – Amanda Shaw, Rounder Records. Includes original compositions “Would, Coulda, Shoulda” and “Brick Wall” -written with sons Austin and Tyler Clements.

“Road Trip” – Girl Authority

“Meet Me Where They Play the Blues” – Maria Muldar

“If You Want It, Come And Get It” -Irma Thomas

“Blue Gold” – Various Artists; Guitar on “Play Something Sweet (Brickyard Blues)”, “Help Me Up”, “New Orleans”

“In the Deep Woods” – John Du Bois

“Bayou Ballads: Forgotten Songs – Circa 1840-1980” – John Du Bois

“Heaven on a Half Shell” – Jeff Naideau

“Hindsight” – Charles Lawrence

“Catbird Blues” – Clyde Cotton Band

“Terrina’s Wings” – Terrina Russell-Cook

“Spiritland” Coco Robicheaux


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