The song "Neverbird" performed by Johnny Cunningham which Larry played on is included on the album Absolute World.  Larry also played on Susan McKeown's "H-o Abha-inn (Little One)".

Larry played pedal steel and dobro on Cheryl Wheeler's Sylvia Hotel.

Larry played on Lucy Kaplansky's Ten Year Night which was awarded Pop Album Of The Year for 1999 from The Association For Independent Music.

Larry played with Bob Dylan on the song "Cold Irons Bound", recorded live in Los Angeles, California on December 16, 1997. This song was placed on Rare Rock Tracks, a compilation album of 11 "previously unreleased performances" given away with purchases of two Columbia "Best Value" or "Nice Price" albums.

Larry played with Bob Dylan (and Joan Osbourne) on the song "Chimes Of Freedom" on the soundtrack for the tv movie The 60s.

Larry played violin on a song called "Sing" performed by Terry Winchell on her album, Under The Veil Of Wilderness.

Larry contributed to four songs, playing baritone guitar, mandolin, guitar and violin on Larry John McNally's album called Dandelion Soul.

Larry played cittern, pedal steel guitar, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, electric baritone guitar, lap dulcimer, fiddle, dobro and mandolin on Richard Shindell's Somewhere Near Patterson. Larry also wrote an instrumental Irish sounding tune on the album called "Summer Reel". It's part of a song called "Spring". In addition, he produced the album.

Larry was in the studio (NYC) with Bob Dylan in August 1999 recording "Things Have Changed" for the movie The Wonder Boys starring Michael Douglas. Three takes were recorded. Larry played electric guitar on the recording. The song is available on The Wonder Boys soundtrack in addition to the Bob Dylan cd, The Essential Bob Dylan. Bob Dylan's song won a Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song - Motion Picture on January 21, 2001. In his acceptance speech, he thanked his band. Dylan also won an Oscar for the song.

Larry appeared on a promotional cd called Signature Sounds 2000 Collection with Richard Shindell performing "Abuelita" from Shindell's album Somewhere Near Paterson.

Larry was in the studio in January 2000 with Lyle Lovett recording Ray Charles' song, "What'd I Say" for the soundtrack to Where The Heart Is. Larry played pedal steel guitar on the song.

Larry co-produced several songs on Stefanie Fix's Survival. He also played fiddle, mandolin, guitar and bass on the album.

A live version of Bob Dylan performing "Friend of the Devil" was placed on the album, Stolen Roses: Songs of the Grateful Dead. Larry was onstage with Dylan when it was recorded on March 1, 1999 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Larry was in the studio (NYC) with Paul Simon beginning in December 1999 recording Paul's album, You're The One. Larry played pedal steel guitar on two songs: "The Teacher" and "Look At That".

Larry played acoustic guitar, dobro and bouzouki on Jean Bratman's album, Imperfect World.

Larry played violin and mandolin on Cyndi Lauper's "I'm Gonna Be Strong" (second version) off of her Greatest Hits Album (Special Release). The song also appears on XXI Vinteum Grandes Sucessos (Special Release).