Brad Spitz is the professional name of B. Brad Spitz a musician, composer,[1] and recording artist.[citation needed]

His works include Dreams of the Rainforest CD, The Planets - 2000 and Beyond CD - soundtrack to Nine Worlds (with Patrick Stewart), a synthesized version of his orchestration of Gustav Holst's The Planets, for which he composed an original movement for the planet Pluto, which was not composed by Holst.[citation needed]

Other credits include composing and performing the theme music for the Kim Kommando Show and the entire soundtrack of Land of Kuzaama.[citation needed]

From 1991–93 Brad Spitz was in The Rainmakers, a rock band based in Southern California.[citation needed]

As of August 2008, Spitz is creating DVDs" slated to be released in fall of 2008.[citation needed] For the project, code-named "The Dreams project"[citation needed] he has shot video on location,[citation needed] composed original scores,[citation needed] and engineered his own sound and video.[citation needed]


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