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Lyrical, instrumental rock album. This was the first album I recorded after setting up my home studio. These tunes came to me very quickly. I must have been inspired by the excitement and possibilities of having my own recording space.

Released April 2012

Progressive Metal album. Some of the tunes fall into the math metal genre. I had never played in this style before so I spent months immersing myself in this genre.

Released May 2013

Mis Raíces. My Roots. This is the Latin rock album I had been waiting to record for years. This music is my homage to all of the early Santana music I absorbed when I was a teen. I even used a Gibson L6-S to record it because that's what Carlos Santana had played for a while.

Released February 2014

Fusion, jazz rock album. This music was greatly inspired by all of the jazz rock music I listened to when I was a teen. Each track name has a playful, electrical theme to it.

Released April 2016

Smooth jazz, R&B, disco album. This album includes three cover tunes: Playing Your Game Baby (Barry White), Every Kinda People (Robert Palmer) and Tell The World How I Fell About You Baby (Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes). The artwork is a hand drawing by my daughter Jocelyn LeSaux.

Released September 2018

Moose Country

Smooth jazz album in progress. It will include reworks of some of my current singles.

Scheduled Release December 2021


My family hails from Brittany in France. This album explores my Celtic roots celebrating the music of Brittany, Ireland and Scotland with a more contemporary twist.

Released May 1991


Room 335

A slightly laid back cover version of Larry Carlton's Room 335 from his first solo album. The chord changes and arrangement exemplify the west coast, smooth jazz style.

Released May 2020

This is Wes Montgomery's chord étude arrangement of this beautiful song written by Alec Wilder and Morty Palitz, to lyrics by Bill Engvick, popularized by Tony Bennett and other artists . Wes' version was released in 1961.

Released May 2018

Emotions Wound Us So

Another Larry Carlton cover tune of this beautiful emotive song written by Larry and first recorded by his then wife Michelle Pillar.

Released May 2020

I wanted to write a song that could become a classic ballad along the lines of Sleepwalk. I consider this song to be my Sleepwalk!

Released July 2020

We all have done or said something that we wish we hadn't and would want to take back. But we know that's not possible. This tune is about owning what we say and do because you can't turn back the hands of time.

Released May 2018

Wichita Lineman

Instrumental version of the incredibly emotive song written by Jimmy Webb and recorded by the late Glen Campbell. I consider this to be one of the most beautiful songs ever written.

Released July 2020

Talk To Your Daughter

I recorded this cover version of this J.B Lenoir tune as played by Robben Ford. I plucked the vocals from a karaoke version of this song!

Released January 2021

I think this is one of the best holiday tunes ever written and recorded. Here, I play a smooth jazz guitar version of this great Donny Hathaway tune. Cover art courtesy of my daughter Jocelyn LeSaux.

Released December 2018

All songs written, performed, produced, mixed and mastered by Daniel LeSaux unless otherwise noted. All music recorded at Moose Track Studios. All songs copyright DLS Music Production. All songs BMI. Music distribution by Distrokid.