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Julian Raymond

Executive Producer

A&R Partners Inc

HQ Phone: (650) 762-2800

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A&R Partners Inc

201 Baldwin Ave.

San Mateo, California 94401

United States

Company Description

A&R Partners was founded in 1986 by Bob Angus and Zelda Rudin. During the subsequent two decades, it grew into one of Silicon Valley's most admired technology PR firms. In May 2006, A&R was acquired by Edelman to form A&R, a standalone specialty division ... more

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Employment History

Staff Producer

Warner Bros.

Vice President A&R and Staff Producer

Capitol Records , LLC.

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For Harding's first commercial recording since The Confessions of St. Ace (2000), Mammoth president Rob Seidenberg recommended co-producers Julian Raymond, Capitol Records' senior VP of A&R, and Eric Kupper, an in-demand keyboardist, remixer and producer in the pop and dance scenes.

Raymond, whose production credits include Fastball, the Cash Brothers and the Suicide Machines, brought ace musicians such as drummer Vinnie Colaiuta, bassist John Pierce and guitarist Michael Ward to Henson Studios in Los Angeles to play on six of the album's 12 tracks.
Working with engineer Greg Goldman, Raymond helped polish Harding's hypnotic, acoustic-based melodies without burying his smart, witty lyrics.
"Julian really believes in paring a song down to its bare essentials," Harding says.
"And I thought, 'There's got to be something,' and I remember saying to the bass player, 'Why don't you just go, "ba-da-da-da," but more Motown, with these notes.' We're all listening and Julian said to the bass player, 'Wow, that's a fantastic intro, John.' And I was like, 'Great!
"Julian heard it and said, 'Bang goes the radio.That's the end of that one!It will not be a single now.' To him, it was one of those extraneous moments."
In addition to keeping the songs uncluttered, Raymond also inspired some of Harding's best vocal performances, even joining in on a few.
"Julian is a fantastic harmony vocalist," Harding says, adding, "but there is nothing better than me singing with Chris von Sneidern, who I've been singing with for years.

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