Dee-Dee McNeil

Dee-Dee McNeil

Real Name:
Doris Diane McNeil
Born in Detroit, Michigan, Dee Dee McNeil's first published poetry was in the early 60's. She became a part of the legendary Motown Record Company on West Grand Blvd as a contract songwriter, singer and pianist. She still receives royalty money for tunes she penned for The Four Tops, Edwin Starr, Diana Ross & The Supremes, Gladys Knight & The Pips, David Ruffin, Kiki Dee, and more. She also wrote Rita Marley's "The Beauty Of God's Plan" and Nancy Wilson's "There'll Always Be Forever." In 1970, McNeil she relocated to the Los Angeles area. In 1971 she recorded her original songs and poetry with The Watts Prophets, thus kicking off her jazz vocal career.


Dee-Dee McNeil Discography Tracks


Dee Dee*, Barry & The Movements* Dee Dee*, Barry & The Movements* - Soul Hour (Album) MPS Records, BASF Germany 1968 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

SUP-015 Dee Dee*, Barry And The Movements* Dee Dee*, Barry And The Movements* - Get Out Of My Life Woman / Willow Weep For Me(7", Single) Seven Up Records SUP-015 Germany 2001 Sell This Version

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