Music of John Thomas (John David Thomas) in Staten Island, NY 10301 USA

John Thomas - John David Thomas

Serious Original Eclectic Modern Music of John Thomas of Staten Island, NY USA

by John Thomas (aka John David Thomas)

Released 02/01/2017
JDT Records (the original and famous one from Indiana, USA from 2001-2006+), now in Staten Island, NY 10301 USA
Released 02/01/2017
JDT Records (the original and famous one from Indiana, USA from 2001-2006+), now in Staten Island, NY 10301 USA
This is a collection of some of my best original music, published by ASCAP publisher J D Thomas Music Co and on JDT Records (the Original and Famous one, from Indiana, USA founded in 2001. This music is Classical, Jazz Fusion, Rock, Piano.
NOTES
All of this music was composed, arranged, and performed by John Thomas (John David Thomas) of Staten Island, NY except for the "rock band/disco band/jazz rock fusion band" music which I composed (with certain middle-section guitar and saxophone solos improvised by the respective musicians on those instruments, not part of the copyright). All of the "new music of the 1990's", i.e., "Pathway to Love" album and "The Journey of Life" album and "Desires of the Heart" album are one-hundred-percent a total solo effort and work of John Thomas - John David Thomas (me). I did all of the composing, arranging, orchestration, performance on pro keyboards (Kurzweil K2000 pro playback sampler, Oberheim Matrix 1000 synthesizer module, Roland JD-990 synth module, Yamaha DX-7 digital synthesizer, Korg 03R-W synth module, and KAWAI 88-note weighted-action full-size MIDI controller keyboard ($ 2,000), linked together for six keyboards playing at once by me. Recordings were made in various professional, commercial recording studios (million dollar ones) in Indiana and Arizona and also in Studio Central, 2704 Central Court, Indianapolis/Carmel, Indiana 46280-1930 USA during an eight-year period of time, working twelve hours a day or more at times). "CHANT for Orchestra - Deja Vu 1972" took two solid months of work, 12 hours a day, to record just that one composition! This is truly a labor of love and dedication, as well as excellent music! Hope you enjoy this music and it makes you happy!