Thomas Bähler recently hit the Amazon.com best-seller list with his new book, “Anything Is Possible - A Tale of Æsop.”
New York, NY – November 18, 2014 – Accomplished author, composer, producer and creative director Thomas Bähler, is enjoying a stellar run of his book, Anything Is Possible - A Tale of Æsop. On November 23, 2014, Anything Is Possible reached best-seller status in the “Mythology” category on Amazon.com. A thought-provoking modern treasure, the life of the great philosopher and teacher Æsop is explored by Bähler for the first time ever in a brilliantly crafted historical fiction.
Thomas Bähler has enjoyed a long and distinguished creative career, having composed, produced and served as creative director, songwriter, singer and arranger for numerous movies, TV hits, albums and theatrical productions. He has composed music for Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson and Steven Spielberg. Among the many hits he has penned are Michael Jackson’s She’s Out of My Life and Cher’s Living in a House Divided. Thomas has over 30 Gold and Platinum records. The list of his musical accomplishments is extensive.
Anything Is Possible is described on Amazon.com as follows:
Many would be surprised to know that Æsop, an enduring philosopher in the modern world, was born a slave. Yet, later in life, he served as Ambassador to the wealthiest King in ancient history, simply with a fierce belief in his own potential, and the ever-stalwart laws of reality...anything is possible.
Today, Æsop and his fables are quoted an estimated one million times daily, across the globe. Not bad for someone who lived 2600 years ago.
Written with the same simple genius as its central protagonist, in Anything Is Possible, the reader discovers the meaning of Æsop's profound lessons on his/her own…and in doing so, owns these lessons, forever.
The book, Thomas’ debut novel, has been called an “undeniable force of nature” by A Bookish Affair.
Read more about the book at http://amzn.com/0988527006
About Thomas Bähler:
Thomas Bähler has collaborated and worked independently as a Composer, Producer, Creative Director, Songwriter, Singer and Arranger, on a countless number of television, film, album and theatrical projects.
A multi-faceted talent, Tom is a product of the USC Thornton School of Music. He first entered television as a singer for The Smothers' Brothers Show. His high demand as a studio singer opened the industry’s eyes to his gift for arranging and composing. Not long after, Tom found himself as the Vocal Arranger for such hit television shows as The Partridge Family and The Brady Bunch. Then, as an independent Songwriter, Tom penned the hit songs “Julie do you Love Me” for Bobby Sherman, “Living in a House Divided” for Cher, and “She’s Out of my Life”, the fourth top ten single from Michael Jackson's “Off the Wall” album. In 1973 he began singing, arranging and writing for Quincy Jones' gold albums including “Body Heat”, “Mellow Madness”, “Sounds n’ Stuff Like That”, “Q’s Juke Joint”, the Soundtrack Albums for “The Wiz” and “The Color Purple.” For Phil Ramone and Billy Joel he did the vocal arrangements and sang on Billy's “Innocent Man” album, still his greatest seller. Tom's long term working relationship with Quincy Jones soared in 1985 when Tom was named Associate Producer and Vocal Arranger for We Are the World, as well as conductor for the finale of the historic Live Aid concert.
Learn more about Thomas Bähler at www.ThomasBahler.com