Malcolm Cecil

Real Name:
Malcolm Cecil
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English bassist and inventor of the unique TONTO synthesizer ("The Original New Timbral Orchestra": the world's first and still the largest multitimbral polyphonic analog synthesizer), born January 9, 1937 in London.
Cecil was a founding member of Tonto's Expanding Head Band and also bass player in an early formation of Blues Incorporated.
Apart from being a synthesizer programmer and performer, Cecil is also a Grammy-winning recording engineer. He has produced for Stevie Wonder, The Isley Brothers, Richie Havens, Minnie Ripperton, Steven Stills, Joan Baez and many other major recording artists.
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SD 18123 Malcolm Cecil - Tonto's Expanding Head Band album art Robert Margouleff And Malcolm Cecil Robert Margouleff And Malcolm Cecil - Tonto's Expanding Head Band (Album) Atlantic SD 18123 US 1975 Sell This Version
UR 709, UR-709 Malcolm Cecil - Radiance album art Malcolm Cecil Radiance (Album) Unity Records (10), Unity Records (10) UR 709, UR-709 US 1981 Sell This Version
MCAD-21038 Malcolm Cecil - A Merry Jazz Christmas album art Bill Augustine & Malcolm Cecil Bill Augustine & Malcolm Cecil - A Merry Jazz Christmas(CD, Album) MCA Special Products MCAD-21038 US 1997 Sell This Version