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Make It Real
  • Artist: Eddie Bullen
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 776127125420
  • Item #: 134979X
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 8/26/2003
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Make It Real on CD

Performer, songwriter, arranger and producer Eddie Bullen is, in every way, a standout amongst the latest generation of that seemingly endless string of very capable Carribean-born jazz musicians. Bullen's career, which started in 1971, has already yielded an abundance of rewards for the multi-talented musician. * Performer, arranger and producer on Sway's Juno Award nominated Hands Up which, as theme music for Club Med's highly successful TV commercial, went on to garner Gold for Bullen * Arranged the theme song for the Canadian Gala at the 1996's Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta * Music Director for five consecutive years for the Golden Soul Classics Show which starred, among other notables, Ben E. King, Percy Sledge, The Platters and Solomon Burke * Juno Award for Liberty Silver's hit single, Lost Somewhere Inside Your Love Since his move to Toronto in 1980 from Grenada, Bullen has worked with major Canadian artists like jazz singer Salome Bey and pop star Dan Hill. He also composes and arranges for City TV, YTV, and TMN* the Movie Network. The brain behind Thunder Dome Sounds studio in Toronto, Ontario, Bullen has collabrated with dozens of successful artists like; Deborah Cox Byron Lee Oleta Adams Billy Newton Davis Maestro Liberty Silver Selections George Banton Raf Robertson Solitudes Shaune Ann Fuez Glenn Lewis Fifi NEWA Anslem Douglas © 2003 Eddie Bullen.