Greg Fulginiti

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Greg Fulginiti

Gregory Fulginiti (born February 13, 1951, Cape May Court House section of Middle Township, New Jersey) is an American recording and mastering engineer.

Fulginiti grew up in North Wildwood, New Jersey and graduated from Wildwood High School in 1969.[1]

In a career spanning three decades, Fulginiti was nominated for the TEC Awards by Mix magazine 6 times, earned 175 Gold and Platinum Awards, 25 Multi-Platinum Awards, 100 Number One recordings, 135 Grammy nominees, including the 1990 "Best Album of the Year" winner-Bonnie Raitt's Nick of Time, 7 "Best Picture" nominees for the Academy Awards, 5 "Best Motion Picture" nominees for the Golden Globes, 15 LP's on the Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums, 33 Artists on VH1's 100 Greatest Artists, 12 songs on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of the 80's and 12 songs on VH1's 100 Greatest One Hit Wonders of the 80's.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Dubin, Murray. "A Journey From Songs To Seashells", The Philadelphia Inquirer, August 4, 1999. Accessed May 28, 2013. "NORTH WILDWOOD, N.J. — He has worked for and with people you read about or listen to: Ella Fitzgerald, Bob Dylan, Elton John, Aerosmith, Madonna, Rick Springfield and hundreds more.... Antonio Fulginiti was one of the first Italians on the island in 1900, but his grandson, Gregory, left for New York as quickly as he could, one day after his graduation from Wildwood High School in 1969."

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