- 1. Something Like Love 3.16 724 plays
- 2. Mission To Love - Rough Mix 3.45 661 plays
- 3. One Small Room 3.46 138 plays
- 4. 'So Close' - Rough Mix 3.10 391 plays
- 5. Tonight (feat. The Average White Band) 3.18 848 plays
- 6. Lonely Night - (Tom Recknell) 5.10 419 plays 118.0 BPM
- 7. Chimneys and Rooftops 3.21 250 plays
- 8. DreamWorld - BBC Introducing - Suffolk 5.36 254 plays
- 9. Turn Down The Light (Piano Version) 4.25 141 plays
- 1. Opening and Prologue 3.18 44 plays
- 2. Mycetes, Theridimas and Cosroe 2.24 33 plays
- 3. Mycetes Battle 1.37 34 plays
- 4. Cosroe Battle, End of Prologue and Bajazeth's Entrance 6.36 67 plays
- 5. Bajazeth Battle 4.26 22 plays
- 6. The Virgins 1.40 98 plays
- 7. Bajazeth and Zabina Die and Arabian Battle 7.54 28 plays
- 8. End of Act 1 1.44 52 plays
- 9. Opening of Act II, the Death of Zenocrate and Change of Tamburlaines 1.36 28 plays
- 10. Tamburlaine The Great Part II 0.56 18 plays
- 11. Burning Town and Callapine Battle 2.58 29 plays
- 12. Tamburlaine Kills his Son 2.16 21 plays
- 13. The Governor of Babylon 1.20 25 plays
- 14. The Governor is Shot and Tamburlaine Burns Books 3.54 25 plays
- 15. The Map, Tamburlaine Dies and Ending 6.18 94 plays
Tom Recknell is a composer of commercial music.
Tom graduated from studying music at Cambridge University in 2010, having performed as a choral scholar with The Choir of King's College, Cambridge.
While still a student, his choral work, "My God, why hast thou forsaken me?" was published by Novello Music Sales after a BBC Radio 3 broadcast, along with a christmas arrangement of "Mistletoe and Wine", in the choral anthology, 'Christmas Pops'.
Since graduating, Tom held the position of 'Composer in Residence' at the prestigious public school, Eton College for 2011.
In late 2010, Tom worked with BAFTA award winning writer Terence Frisby on a musical adaptation of his book, Kisses on a Postcard. Along with the creative team of Jeremy James-Taylor, John Altman and Richard Stilgoe, the production will be previewing in September, 2011.
In July 2011, he scored part of Totally Tom's new television pilot for Baby Cow Productions.
In 2012, Tom has worked with Bonnie Wright (actress, best known for playing Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter films) on her directorial debut "Separate we come, separate we go", which is to be premiered at this year's Cannes Film Festival. 'Apples' which was co-created with Rebecca Steel, received a five star review at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and included a full score by Tom.
Tom is currently managed by AR Productions.