Toussaint’s recordings as a leader include:
Impressions of Coltrane (September Records) with Kenny Washington, Ray - Drummond and Jason Rebello.
What goes around (World Circuit WCD 029), featuring Bheki Mseleku, Julian Joseph, Mark Mondesir, Alec Dankworth, Jason Rebello and the late great Clifford Javis.
Who’s blues, recorded live at Ronnie Scott’s, with Jason Rebello, Julian Joseph and Tony Remy.
Life I want (New Note NNCD 1001), with Jason Rebello, Tony Remy, Mark Mondesir and Wayne Batchelor.
Back to back (Jazz Focus JFCD 025) with Canadian pianist/trombonist Hugh Fraser, drummer Keith Copeland and bassist Arnie Somogyi
The Street Above The Underground (with Nazaire, produced by Tony Remy) 2001.
Blue Black (Space Time Records) with Mulgrew Miller, Bob Hurst & Jeff Tain Watts
Other recordings include:
9 Albums with Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers including, the grammy award winning “The New York Scene” 1984, “Live at Kimball’s” 1985, and “Blue Night” 1985.
Also as a guest on many recordings with various artiste including London vocalist Cleveland Watkiss “Victory’s Happy Song Book” 2001, London guitarist Tony Remy’s Blue Vibe “Street Guitar”2001, US Pianist (Ex-Jazz Messengers) Donald Brown “At This Point In My Life” 2000, Abdulah Ibrahim “Live In Johannesburg”2000, ETC. Memberships: MCPS, PRS, BMI (USA), MU, PAMRA. Hobbies: Art, Films (video/cinema),
Toussaint has appeared on programmes including BBC 2’s The Late Show, 01 for London, Channel 4’s Jazz Heroes, BBC World Service, Radios 3 & 4, GLR, Classic FM, and Jazz FM.
He has arranged music for and appeared in Ken Russell’s Lady Chatterley, BBC dramas Ghostbusters of East Finchley and Tell me you love me., He appeared in Anthony Minghella’s TheTalented Mr Ripley and played on the soundtrack of Mike Leigh’s Career Girls.