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by Bill Fulton

Complex contemporary jazz fusion instrumental composed and arranged by top Los Angeles film composer Bill Fulton and performed by the best musician in Los Angeles.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. The Land That Time Forgot
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2. Maple Street
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3. Cow Poetry
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4. Secrets
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5. Anthem
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6. Time Squared
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7. New Religion
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8. The Force
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9. In Your Dreams
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10. Time & Space
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Released November 2002

1. The Land That Time Forgot (4:44)
Keyboards: Bill Fulton
Bass: David Enos
Drums: Jason Harnell
Trumpet: Lee Thornburg
Alto/Tenor Saxes: Mike Nelson
Tenor Sax solo: Brian Scanlon

2. Maple St (4:14)
Keyboards: Bill Fulton
Bass: Adam Cohen
Drums: Kendall Kay
Flugelhorn: Lee Thornburg
Tenor Sax: Mike Nelson
Soprano Sax solo: Tom Buckner

3. Cow Poetry (4:04)
Keyboards/Synth solos: Bill Fulton
Bass: Adam Cohen
Drums: Jason Harnell
Trumpet: Lee Thornburg
Alto/Tenor Sax: Mike Nelson

4. Secrets (4:59)
Keyboards: Bill Fulton
Bass: Adam Cohen
Drums: Kendall Kay
Trumpet: Lee Thornburg
Tenor Sax: Mike Nelson
Soprano Sax solo: Tom Buckner

5. Anthem (3:08)
Piano: Bill Fulton
Ac Bass: Kevin Axt
Drums: Jason Harnell
Soprano Sax: Brian Scanlon

6. Time Squared (4:46)
Keyboards/Synth solos: Bill Fulton
Bass: David Enos
Drums: Jason Harnell
Trumpet: Lee Thornburg
Alto/Tenor Saxes: Mike Nelson
Alto Sax solo: Brian Scanlon

7. New Religion (7:51)
Piano: Bill Fulton
Ac Bass: Kevin Axt
Drums: Jason Harnell
Trumpet: Mike McGuffey
Alto/Tenor Sax and Alto Sax solo: Brian Scanlon
Alto Sax: Fred Horn

8. The Force (4:16)
Keyboards/Synth solos: Bill Fulton
Bass: Adam Cohen
Drums: Jason Harnell
Trumpet: Lee Thornburg
Alto/Tenor Sax and
Tenor Sax solo: Mike Nelson

9. In Your Dreams (7:43)
Piano: Bill Fulton
Ac Bass: Kevin Axt
Drums: Jason Harnell
Flugelhorn: Mike McGuffey
Flugelhorn Solo: Carl Saunders
Soprano Sax: Brian Scanlon

10. Time & Space (5:00)
Keyboards/Synth solos: Bill Fulton
Bass: David Enos
Drums: Jason Harnell
Trumpet: Lee Thornburg
Alto/Tenor Saxes: Mike Nelson

All music written, arranged, orchestrated, & produced by Bill Fulton. Published by Fulltone Music BMI. ©2001 Bill Fulton/Fulltone Music.

Tracks 1, 3, 6, 8, & 10 recorded at Bill Fulton Music Production Services, Sherman Oaks, CA, by Bill Fulton.

Tracks 2 & 4 recorded at Proving Ground Studios, Simi Valley, CA, by Curt Piar in 1997.

Tracks 5, 7, & 9 recorded at Martinsound, Alhambra, CA, by Dan Blessinger.

All tracks mixed by Bill Fulton at Bill Fulton Music Production Services, Sherman Oaks, CA.

Mastering by Paul Tavenner, Man Alive Music Productions Studio City, CA

Graphic Design:
Bill Fulton, Alisha Pitts

Cover Photography: Lankershim & Weddington in North Hollywood looking North c. 1920's: Photo Collection/Los Angeles Public Library Lankershim & Weddington in North Hollywood looking North c. July 2001: Fred Horn

Portrait of Bill Fulton: Fred Horn
Bill Fulton was born on July 4, 1962 in Oakland, California and spent his childhood in nearby Alameda. It is there where he started his music study at the age of 7 on the trumpet, later switching to piano at the age of 14. He attended Cal State University at Hayward as a music composition major. After Cal State Hayward, Bill worked extensively in the Bay Area as a performer, teacher, composer, arranger, and engineer. As a keyboardist in the Bay Area Bill worked with Sheila E., KSAN radio personality Steve Jordan, Chuck Mangione guitarist Grant Geissman, popular Bay Area R&B/Top 40 group Touch n Go as well as many other fine musical ensembles.

In April 1987, shortly after leaving Touch n Go, Bill moved to the Los Angeles area to pursue his music career more extensively. In L.A., Bill attended the Grove School Of Music's Composing/Arranging Program. Through contacts that he made at this world renowned school, Bill landed a staff position as a composer on the Universal Studios lot for MCA TV and The Arthur Company Television and Motion Pictures in August 1988. While at the Arthur Company, Bill created themes and underscore for "The Munsters Today", "The New Dragnet", "The New Adam 12", "FBI: The Untold Stories", and many other industrial/instructional films and commercials.

Bill left The Arthur Company in March 1993 to pursue his career in the freelance market. In less than a year he was writing music for Warner Bros./Hanna-Barbera Cartoons/Cartoon Network. The 6 year relationship (1994-2000) included the writing of music for "I Am Weasel", "Cow & Chicken" and "What A Cartoon!" animated series. During this period Bill was also one of the judges for the CableAce Awards in the Original Score category as well as producing 3 orchestral concerts of his own work at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art live "Sundays at Four" radio broadcasts. He also continues his activities as a keyboardist in Los Angeles big bands and jazz ensembles. Most notably The Bill Fulton Band has performed at various Los Angeles venues and events: Lunaria, Catalina Bar & Grill, Sangria, La Ve Lee and most recently (5/29/05) at the Playboy Jazz at the Rose Bowl series. Go to http://www.billfulton.com

For me, this album has been a long time coming. Over the last 20 years or so, I've been consumed by the need and desire to create music for the commercial marketplace. My career thus far has been rewarding and fruitful, and, most importantly, it has given me the financial freedom to create this album. So though I have enjoyed my work to date, my dream of creating an album of MY music--music that has no connection to a commercial, film, or TV show has been delayed long enough. So here it is! I hope you enjoy this music, as well as the incredible performances by the musicians I was fortunate enough to have access to during this album's creation.

Special thanks to:

All the talented musicians whose performances are embodied in this album.

Friends, family, and associates who have supported and encouraged me, as much as I hope I have supported and encouraged them.

Mom, Dad, my brother Tom, and my daughter Sharon, whose support and love for me and my pursuits have never waned through the years.

Alisha Pitts for her beautiful album graphics and words of encouragement.

Cal, Icky, Newt and Fig for their companionship.

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Kevin Jolly

Nice
Great musicianship and interesting arrangements.
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jose carlos jacob


very good!!! very like this cd. happybirthay. God bless!!!
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Suzanne Alberico


My husband is a huge jazz buff,and has been onefor at least 30 years. He's also played in bands. My point,he's experienced! He really enjoyed your cd, and looks forward to hearing more. Thanks for the great tunes!
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