Joel Dorn (April 7, 1942 – December 17, 2007) was an American jazz and R&B music producer and record label entrepreneur. He worked at Atlantic Records, and later founded the 32 Jazz, Label M, and Hyena Records labels. He called himself "The Masked Announcer".
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1974 album Homeless Brother, produced by Joel Dorn, was McLean's final studio collaboration with United Artists ... Joel Dorn later collaborated on the Don McLean career retrospective Rearview Mirror released in 2005 on Dorn's own label Hyena Records ... In 2006, Dorn reflected on working with McLean Also from the Homeless Brother album, "Wonderful Baby" was a number 1 on the AOR chart in 1975 and was later ...
... Dorn had three sons, Michael Dorn, who operates his own furniture store in Philadelphia, David Dorn, Sr ... President New Media for Rhino Records, and Adam Dorn (aka Mocean Worker), a musician, and his wife Faye Rosen Dorn, a music publisher and A R person ... Joel died unexpectedly on the morning of December 17 of a heartattack in Manhattan at his doctor's office ...
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“They shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.”
—Bible: Hebrew Isaiah, 2:4.
The words reappear in Micah 4:3, and the reverse injunction is made in Joel 3:10 (Beat your plowshares into swords ...)