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His first album as a leader included an arrangement of the Beatles' song "Tomorrow Never Knows". He worked with jazz drummer Buddy Rich for the last twelve years of Rich's life. After Rich died, Marcus led the band and renamed it Buddy's Buddies.
- Tomorrow Never Knows (Vortex, 1968)
- Count's Rock Band (Vortex, 1969)
- The Lord's Prayer (Vortex, 1969)
- Green Line with Miroslav Vitous, Sonny Sharrock, Daniel Humair (Nivico, 1970)
- Something with Jiro Inagaki & Soul Media (Nippon Columbia, 1971)
- Sometime Other Than Now (Flying Dutchman, 1976)
- Steve Marcus & 2o1 (Red Baron, 1992)
- Smile (Red Baron, 1993)
- Count's Jam Band Reunion (Tone Center, 2001)
With Gary Burton
With Larry Coryell
- Barefoot Boy (Flying Dutchman, 1971)
- Offering (Vanguard, 1972)
- The Real Great Escape (Vanguard, 1973)
With Stan Kenton
With Herbie Mann
- Live at the Whisky a Go Go (Atlantic, 1969)
- Lion Hearted (Red Baron, 1993)
With Young Rascals
- Once Upon a Dream (Atlantic, 1968)
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