Born on December, 21, 1940, in Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A.
Died on February, 18, 2002 of heart attack, in Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A.
He had worked with many of the soul greats including The Temptations, Bettye Lavette, George Clinton, dells, The Dramatics, Spinners, Four Tops, Isaac Hayes, Johnnie Taylor, David Ruffin, Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr. (on their hit 'You Don't Have To Be A Star') and Martha Reeves.
He was the musical director for Mike Hanks' D-Town Records, founded the Detroit labels Ram-Brock, Lau-Reen, and Clissac, as well as being involved with New Moon (3) and Flip-O Records.
Rudy Robinson Discography
- 1 Vocals
- 64 Instruments & Performance
- 140 Writing & Arrangement
- 3 Conducting & Leading
- 32 Production
Singles & EPs
|633||Rudy Robinson||Short Dresses (7")||C.J. Records||633||US||1963||Sell This Version|
|WC-0040||Rudy Robinson||Mustang Part One / Mustang Part Two (7", Single)||Wheel-City Records||WC-0040||US||1965||Sell This Version|
|950||Rudy Robinson||How Long Can I Cry? / Gypsy's Golden Earrings (7", Single)||Maestro Records (4)||950||US||Unknown||Sell This Version|
|none||Rudy Robinson||Pac-Three (7")||Ermi (2)||none||US||Unknown||Sell This Version|