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    Songwriter Ron Dunbar passes away


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    Sad news. Another lost to the drumbeat of time...rest in power.

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    Sad indeed. Ron wrote loads of Invictus/Hot Wax tracks with Holland-Dozier-Holland... "Band Of Gold" and "Give Me Just A Little More Time" just some of them. Rest in peace Ron

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    Ron helped created some truly great music that lives on today. Rest in peace and thank you Ron!

    Marv

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    R.I.P. brother
    Band Of Gold
    with Bob Babbitt on bass

    edafan

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    Recently Clarence Carter and now the man that co-wrote PATCHES

    RIP Ron Dunbar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boogiedown View Post
    Recently Clarence Carter and now the man that co-wrote PATCHES

    RIP Ron Dunbar
    Clarence Carter is still alive. He is 82 years old.

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    Ron Dunbar's co-compositions for Motown artists include -

    Greetings (This Is Uncle Sam) [Valadiers, Isley Brothers, Monitors]
    Mind, Body And Soul [Suzee Ikeda, Syreeta Wright and Supremes]
    Sing What You Wanna [Shorty Long]

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    I think this is Ronald Dunbar

    Detroit. Michigan...Ronnie Love
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4Mjxx4HpKPg

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    Wow! So sorry to hear about the passing of Ron Dunbar. RIP Ron (and thanks for sharing the news Lockhartgary).

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    Quote Originally Posted by keith_hughes View Post
    Ron Dunbar's co-compositions for Motown artists include -

    Greetings (This Is Uncle Sam) [Valadiers, Isley Brothers, Monitors]
    Mind, Body And Soul [Suzee Ikeda, Syreeta Wright and Supremes]
    Sing What You Wanna [Shorty Long]
    The attached has a longer listing of songs that he was involved with.

    http://www.vintagevinylnews.com/2018...riter-ron.html

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    Playing Patches and Give me a little more time tonight and got home to read of Mr Dunbar passing sad news but the music will live forever

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    It is well documented he was born in Detroit. None of the obituary information gives any indication where he lived at the time of his death. California? Detroit? Anyone know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snakepit View Post
    I think this is Ronald Dunbar

    Detroit. Michigan...Ronnie Love
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4Mjxx4HpKPg

    Very cool, very interesting record. Thank you Snakepit. It is also probably the first time that the Supremes are referred to as "Dream Girls" with the line "the kind of girls that you see in your Dreams....."

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