|Buck Dharma plays guitar on three songs on Kasim Sulton's (Utopia) first solo outing, "Kasim" (EMI-America ST-17063).
Buck also recorded a song (and video) with the upstate New York band Blotto, which appears on their "Combo Akimbo" album. "Metal Head" is a hilarious take-off on the hard core Heavy Metal fan, and although the album cut is great, the video takes it to new heights and is the best way to enjoy the song. Buck contributes the guitar solo in the song, and cameos in the video as a frustrated wannabe guitarist. He also made a guest appearance with Blotto onstage for "Metalhead" in 1983.
Another Dharma appearance can be found on a syndicated live radio show, The Source, making a guest appearance with Pat Travers on the encore, a version of Creams "Sunshine of your Love."
Buck appears on Les Vegas' (Les Braunstein, original Soft White Underbelly vocalist) 7" single, "Dark Angel" and his recently released CD, "Fool's Gold."
Other Dharma appearances:
- "Stars", Hear 'n Aid single
- "Thumb" from album by Christy Jefferson
- "Fool's Gold" by Les Vegas
- "ZKG" by Tommy Zvoncheck
- "El Sol" from To Helen With Love CD
- "All Time Greatest Hips" & "Don't Fear the Remake" by Too Hip for the Room
- "Significance" from "River To The Sea" by Simon Apple