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Fred Mollin

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I Will Fred Mollin 03:04
House at Pooh Corner Fred Mollin 03:04
What a Wonderful World Fred Mollin 02:36
Brahms' Lullaby Intro / Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Fred Mollin 02:47
When You Wish Upon a Star Fred Mollin 02:17
All I Have to Do Is Dream Fred Mollin 03:55
Baby Mine Fred Mollin 03:43
Brahms' Lullaby Fred Mollin 02:38
Brahms' Lullaby ( Someone To Watch Over Me ) Fred Mollin 03:57
Beautiful Dreamer Fred Mollin 03:29

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Born in Amityville, New York on February 10, 1953, Fred Mollin is a producer, musician, composer, and songwriter who first came to prominence in 1977 as co-producer of Dan Hill’s international hit “Sometimes When We Touch.”  Inspired to follow his musical dreams after witnessing The Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1964, he ended up moving to Toronto, Canada in 1971. Forming Homemade Theatre, a comedy troupe, with his brother the following year, they landed their own television series that lasted three years. In 1975, Homemade Theatre was awarded a Canadian gold record for their single “Santa Jaws.” Two years later, Fred Mollin made a name for himself as co-producer of Dan Hill’s international hit “Sometimes When We Touch,” which kickstarted his career. As a producer, he oversaw albums by Jimmy Webb, America, Johnny Mathis, Lamont Dozier, and many others. He became known as a popular producer of duets and worked with artists like Billy Joel, Willie Nelson, Glen Campbell, Natalie Cole, Michael McDonald, Linda Ronstadt, Jackson Browne, and more. Fred Mollin’s skills as a composer began in 1987 when he scored Friday the 13th: The Series. This led composing music for many TV series including Hard Copy, Beverly Hills 90210, Forever Knight, and more. On top of being a producer and composer, he is also a recording artist in his own right and has written and produced a plethora of children’s albums. Some of his most successful albums include 2000’s Disney: Lullaby Album: Instrumental Favorites For Baby (Number 6), 2002’s Disney’s Princess Lullaby Album (Number 23), and 2014’s Disney Baby Sweet Dreams and Lullabies, which contains his version of the Cinderella classic, “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes.” Over the course of his career, he has won several honors including two ASCAP – Publisher of the Year awards and six Juno Awards including four for Producer of the Year (Single), one for Best Children’s Album, and one for Best Original Musical Score for Television.