Malcolm Cecil
Malcolm Cecil

Tonto's Expanding Head Band's first recording, the album "Zero Time", was released in 1971 and attracted the attention of many leading artists of that era because of the unique, warm, musical sounds that TONTO was capable of generating. Chief among those artists was Stevie Wonder whose involvement with TONTO started with "Music of My Mind" and continued through "Talking Book", "Innervisions", "Fulfillingness' First Finale" and "Jungle Fever", all projects which featured Margouleff and Cecil as associate producers, engineers and programmers.

The Original New Timbral Orchestra