You can find Jazz discographies on the web and that's not our job, but here are one or two rare items that may be of interest.
The Phil Seaman Story features several drum solos interspersed with monologues of Phil talking about his career and how he got started. The other side of the Long Playing Record featured some band recordings including a frantic bebop where he shows what he can do.
Phil On Drums is a collection of live tracks recorded at the Hampstead Country Club in 1972.
Phil Seamen - Live At The Hope And Anchor Phil's own quartet recorded live in a small Islington pub in 1972. Poor quality but great drum solos.
Several clips featuring Phil Seamen have appeared on youtube.
These include a drum solo from a 1950's film called The Golden Disc with
Don Rendell on Tenor Sax,
Al Cohn & Zoot Sims film with Stan Tracey on piano, Dave Green on bass & Phil Seamen on drums, really demonstrating his ability to play and feel afro-cuban rhythms, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZR4ZfCh601k