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Willie Hutch

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Willie Hutch

American singer, songwriter as well as a record producer and recording artist for the Motown record label during the 1970s and 1980s add

Category: Music

Born in 1944.

Countries: United States (67%), Texas (22%), France (11%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Motown, Hal Davis, RCA

Linked to: Motown, The Miracles, RCA, Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts




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Willie Hutch was born in 1944 add something


In 1969, he signed with RCA Records and put out two albums before he was spotted by Motown producer Hal Davis, who wanted lyrics to his musical composition "I'll Be There", a song he penned for The Jackson 5 add something


In 1973, Hutch started recording albums for Motown, releasing the "Fully Exposed" album that year add something


Hutch recorded at least six albums for Motown, peaking with 1975's single "Love Power", which reached number 41 on the Billboard Hot 100 add something


The Temptations - Shortly afterwards, Whitfield left Motown, and in 1975 established Whitfield Records, taking the Undisputed Truth and Willie Hutch with him, along with Rose Royce---who performed an instrumental track for "Let Your Hair Down" before recording their 1976 smash "Car Wash"


Foxy Brown (film) - The film's songs were written and performed by Willie Hutch, and a soundtrack album was released on Motown Records in 1975


He left Motown in 1977 for Norman Whitfield's Whitfield Records add something


Hutch returned to Motown in 1982, where he scored the disco hit, "In and Out", that same year and recorded a song for the film "The Last Dragon" in 1985 add something


Hutch left Motown again by the end of the decade and by 1994 had moved back to Dallas add something

Willie Hutch died in 2005 add something