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Clayton Ivey
Clayton (* in Pensacola, FL) is a producer, pianist, keyboardist and composer. In the 1960a, Clayton played keyboard at FAME Studios in Colbert County before forming Wishbone Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL. He was the first white producer to sign exclusively with Motown Records. As a result of his work at Motown, Clayton worked with legends such as Marvin Gaye, the Temptations, the Commodores and the Supremes, among others. He later produced records with Hank Williams jr., Roy Orbison, Wayne Newton and John Kay. As a studio musician he played on all of Toby Keith's #1 records, numerous Chet Atkins and Ronnie Milsap recordings.
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Sittin' Here With Nothing
Waldoxy Records WCD 2811
released 1995
recorded in Jackson, MS/USA
Big Mike Griffin, guitar, vocals
Dennis Taylor, sax
Clayton Ivey, Hammond organ, piano
David Hood, bass
Paul Lee, drums, percussion
Patrick O'Connor, drums

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