Producer and record company executive Wally Brill spent decades fostering the development of unusual styles of popular music before putting his own name on a record album with the electronica/traditional Jewish music hybrid The Covenant in 1997. He was an A&R director for A&M Records in both the U.S. and the U.K., and in the 1980s and 1990s served as producer, engineer, and/or mixer for albums by such artists as Henry Badowski, Annabel Lamb, the Sound, Ofra Haza, Voice Farm, and American Music Club. In the late '90s, he began to move away from the music industry, becoming increasingly involved in the automated telephonic voice technology field, creating computer answering systems for corporations, and eventually he became the founder of Voice Partners, a company dedicated to that business. ~ William RuhlmannPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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