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LOTS OF MUSIC TO BE PLAYED, LOTS OF MONEY TO BE MADE IN DETROIT AND AT MOTOWN

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May 2nd, 2015

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LOTS OF MUSIC TO BE PLAYED, LOTS OF MONEY TO BE MADE IN DETROIT AND AT MOTOWN There were a lot of recording sessions in those days due to the success of Berry Gordy and Motown. This was before Ed Wingate built Golden World Studios […]

DENNIS COFFEY (CLARK SUMMIT) MY FIRST RECORDING AS AN ARTIST

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April 25th, 2015

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DENNIS COFFEY (CLARK SUMMIT) – MY FIRST RECORDING AS AN ARTIST I spent my last year of service in the Army at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. One night I went to the non-commissioned officers club because I had been promoted to Spec-4 (Corporal) and sat […]

BAY SHORES IN SOMER’S POINT NEW JERSEY

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April 18th, 2015

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BAY SHORES IN SOMER’S POINT NEW JERSEY Jack Murray was the manager at Bay Shores. There were two stages, one in the back by the dancefloor that stretched over the bay and the other by the front bar, with a partition that separated the two, […]

DETROIT – LOTS OF MUSIC TO BE PLAYED, LOTS OF MONEY TO BE MADE PART ONE

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April 4th, 2015

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DETROIT – LOTS OF MUSIC TO BE PLAYED, LOTS OF MONEY TO BE MADE PART ONE What was Detroit like in the 60’s? Detroit was and still is one of the best music places in the world. When I told Berry Gordy he was the […]

DENNIS COFFEY – MY SECOND RECORDING SESSION

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March 21st, 2015

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DENNIS COFFEY – MY SECOND RECORDING SESSION I did my second recording session at the age of 16. One day my friend Durwood Hutto who played rhythm guitar and sang rockabilly and I decided to make a demo of a song we had written called […]