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anybody any info on miles grayson producer cheers mark

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He showed up at the LA 2004 event and mingled with the crowd.

He produced Wash and Wear love of course.

His brother Len was the voice in the Mylestones Joker.

I'm sure more trivia will be forthcoming! 

Maybe you could clarify what you are looking for specifically. 

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and Heartache Souvenirs 

 

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Loads on his music biz work on his Discogs page ... including ... 

Miles Grayson  Real Name: Harold Lee Grayson     
Profile: American musician, arranger, producer, conductor, singer and songwriter, born September 10, 1939. He founded Grayson Productions and the publishing company Respect Music Co. / Respect Music.              Web Site: rizingsunrecords.com
In Groups:    The Miles Grayson Trio

At his peak (songwriting)  --  1966 to 1975

Arranged / conducted studio band on quite a few goodies too  ....   by comparison, didn't produce that many tracks.

Info on who cut his songs here ... https://www.discogs.com/artist/705802-Miles-Grayson?filter_anv=0&subtype=Writing-Arrangement&type=Credits

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cheers for everybodys input cheers mark

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As far as I know, he was the piano player in The Miles Grayson Trio, and started out working in San Diego, California.  He moved to Los Angeles in the late early to mid 1960s.  He had records out on several small Soul indie labels in L.A. and San Diego during the 1960s.  He was arranger on many reecording sessions in L.A. during the '60s and '70s.

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On 05/12/2017 at 22:24, Robbk said:

As far as I know, he was the piano player in The Miles Grayson Trio, and started out working in San Diego, California.  He moved to Los Angeles in the late early to mid 1960s.  He had records out on several small Soul indie labels in L.A. and San Diego during the 1960s.  He was arranger on many reecording sessions in L.A. during the '60s and '70s.

He wrote the B side here ( a little off thread but do we know anything about this group please ?

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I note that Zelpha Crawford is the writer of  'I Can't Deny That I Love You' so I reckon she's one of The Capitals.  She turned up on Motown's Chisa label as part of Dorothy (Berry), Oma (Heard) & Zelpha (Crawford) with a song called ' Gonna Put It On Your Mind'. 

According to the notes for 'The Complete Motown Singles volume  9'  Crawford was indeed in the Capitals and also in The Wooden Nickels, another group that recorded for Omen. Wayne Henderson bought them to Motown (Chisa) from Watts.

 

 

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