As a Baby Boomer who grew up and attended public school in Southern California in the 1960s, I have some great memories of participating in paper drives. Paper drives were a cultural phenomenon of the era and played a significant role in raising awareness about environmental issues, as well as promoting conservation and recycling efforts. […]

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A Baby Boomer born in the late 50s, David Goldstein grew up in North Hollywood, California. He was naturally attracted to the entertainment business – specifically, the music business, working as a Recording Engineer and Songwriter and taking a job at A&M Records, where he got a first-hand look at the business, even connecting with many of the label’s artists and executives – which is a long story for another time. Working in Los Angeles at some of the top recording studios during the 70s and 80s, David contributed to albums for some of the most influential recording artists and producers of all time, including Grammy award winners Gloria Gaynor, Peaches and Herb, Lee Ritenour, members of Earth, Wind & Fire, Toto and songwriter/producer Freddie Perren.

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