With a catalog of hundreds of songs, Cliff writes with and for artists across multiple genres. His songs appear in feature films, tv shows and national advertising campaigns.
Listen to Cliff’s co-write with Concord Jazz artist, Spencer Day, from his new album The Mystery of You.
Cliff’s songs have been cut by artists in genres as diverse as jazz, pop, country and classical crossover.
Spencer Day, sings his co-write with Cliff, “I’m Going Home,” on his sophomore release for the Concord Jazz label.
Grammy-nominated jazz vocalist, Jane Monheit, sings another Cliff Goldmacher/Larry Goldings collaboration, “Close.”
Concord Jazz artist, Spencer Day, sings his co-write with Cliff entitled “Till You Come to Me.” The song stayed in the top ten on the Billboard jazz charts for 27 weeks and was the #1 Mediabase and #2 Billboard jazz song of 2010.
Mickey Hart Band
The Mickey Hart Band perform Cliff’s collaboration with Mickey Hart and Robert Hunter entitled “Cut the Deck.”
Grammy-nominated jazz vocalist, Jane Monheit, sings Cliff’s collaboration with Larry Goldings, “It’s Only Smoke.”
Cliff’s co-write with hit-songwriter, Jeff Cohen, “The Light Inside of You” recorded by famed Irish tenor Ronan Tynan with London’s Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Cliff’s co-write with Sherrie Austin and Will Rambeaux, “Gone Dreamin” recorded by EMI artist, Diane Chase.
Big Mike Callan
The original demo of Cliff’s co-write with Kevin Douglas of “You’re Lyin’ Through Your Tooth” cut by Sony artist, Big Mike Callan.
Cliff’s songs have been used in national ad campaigns as well as in feature films and on NPR’s “This American Life.”
Table for Two
“Table for Two” appears in the feature film, “Trust the Man,” starring Julianne Moore and David Duchovny.
This One Day
Five Dollar Umbrella
(written with Lisa Loeb)
I’m Still Here
Pretty Good Waste of Time
The Man I Used to Be
Early This Morning