Rosebud Records 2019
Eldridge has a supple voice similar to Mel Torme, though deeper - he is most definitely a jazz singer. Most of the tunes are Eldridge and Werner originals in the manner of the Great American Songbook - so this isn’t just a stroll down that idealized Memory (or Retro) Lane. Eldridge’s ‘Less Than Lovers’ goes for the kind of angst of ‘One for My Baby’ and gets it, too. The medley ’Somewhere/A Time for Love’ achieves the moving, musing grander heard on Sinatra’s ‘Only the Lonely’ (Yup, that good). Eldridge & Werner aren’t merely maintaining the legacy of the great American vocalist - they’re enriching it - bless them.’ ICON
Disappearing Day CD
Sunnyside Records, 2016
On his fifth and most diverse studio album, Peter Eldridge merges styles ranging from jazz to alternative to country. “Disappearing Day" showcases Peter’s inexhaustible musical fluency. This album premiers seven original tunes written or co-written by Eldridge and five re-arrangements of songs from some of his favorite artists, including Paul McCartney, Leonard Bernstein, Luciana Souza, and the Magnetic Fields. “Disappearing Day” draws listeners into Peter’s artistic sphere through a variety of musical settings and textures.
Moss is a vocal group which defies categorization, grown from friends wanting to investigate various forms of music with a modern sensibility, stepping outside of comfort zones and taking chances in arranging and composition. Their debut album on Sunnyside was considered one of the best albums of the last decade by Downbeat who called it ‘a hushed masterpiece’. The diverse collection of souls in Moss currently consists of Kate McGarry, Jo Lawry, Lauren Kinhan, Theo Bleckmannand Peter Eldridge.
New Definition EP
Foolish Hearts, 2012
Foolish Hearts is a relatively new duo featuring vocalist/pianist/composer Peter Eldridge (New York Voices, MOSS) and upright bassist/composer Matt Aronoff.
Having joined forces a few years ago, Foolish Hearts presents its own originals and arrangements of favorite jazz and pop tunes with an organic sensibility combining voices, piano, bass and percussion. The duo has toured the west coast and Europe, and performs regularly in NYC. ‘New Definition’ is the duo’s first recording project, a combo platter of genres from jazz to artistic singer/songwriter fare.
Mad Heaven CD
Palmetto Records, 2011
The Latin-inspired Mad Heaven, Peter’s first venture on Palmetto Records, lives up to all the kudos he’s received in the past. One might described it as sophisticated pop meets Brazil with arrangements reminiscent of Becker and Fagan.
Fool No More CD
Rosebud Records, 2001
"Peter Eldridge belongs in the celebrated tradition of melodic poets, most famously represented by such disparate voices as Stevie Wonder, Joni Mitchell, James Taylor and Van Morrison."