Clay McMurray

After successfully producing the hit single "Stand By Me" for Spyder Turner in 1966, Clay worked in promotions for Arc-Kay-Jay, in Detroit.  Hired by Motown's Quality Control Department a short time later, Clay's job was to listen to every song that the label recorded.

Within two years, he was bumped up to Producer and worked with Gladys Knight and the Pips to produce their first hit single. "If I Were Your Woman", which he co-wrote with Gloria Jones and Pam Sawyer. It peaked at #1 on the R&B chart in January 1971 before breaking the top ten on the Pop chart the following month.

Other highlights of his illustrious career include work with Rose Royce, Undisputed Truth, the Supremes and the Temptations.

Notes From Author will celebrate yet another spectacular year with the 2004 Annual Gala and Artist Celebration.

Words From Wolfie -Old School views mixed with modern day technology. Check out what Dr. Edward Wolfrum PHD has to say about recording.

MYTOWN RECORDS signs 4 Guys and a Girl "The Different Shades Of Brown" their new CD  "HAVE A HEART"  will be released August 1st  2006

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