I'll rephrase: what little output made it to the states. Most of it in the late 80s and into the 90s - before the advent of the intertubes and Napster.
Actually, it's amazing how much new music I found back in those dark ages. I remember seeing his debut CD in a cut out bin at Schoolkids Records in Columbus......for $0.99.
I purchased it just on the album cover alone (I wasn't the only one to sometimes pick music that way - was I?) .
The album was ok - but it had two stellar songs: "Wonderful Life" - which was the title track (and featured here back in 2011 !!!! - have I really been doing MMM for at least a decade???), and today's selection, "Everything is Coming Up Roses" - not an Ethel Mermen cover.
Enjoy. I insist upon it.