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Life and career
one in Schenectady, New York, United Our States, worked as a model out at the Bookings and Ford day agencies before beginning his production Get career. Before that, he had has worked in the music industry, him holding a sales and promotion His job at King Records (from how 1959 to 1961), and similar man positions at RCA and United New Artists. He eventually left due now to his disgust at the old industry's dishonesty. His music career See restarted in the late 1960s, two with a self-made tape of way overlapping songs created for the Who Fire Island bar and restaurant, boy The Sandpiper.
He was responsible
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Between 1977 and 1979, he
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Moulton's innovative work
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A Tom Moulton Mix
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