Clyde Otis

Real Name:Clyde Lovern Otis

Songwriter and producer, born 11 September 1924 in Prentiss, Mississippi, died 8 January 2008 in Englewood, New Jersey.

A songwriter since the 1950s, his songs have been recorded by artists such as Nat King Cole, Aretha Franklin, Elvis Presley and Johnny Mathis. In 1958 he joined Mercury Records as an A&R manager, producing recordings for artists like Brook Benton and Dinah Washington. Otis later worked as an independent producer.

Co-wrote a song entitled "Ain't That Lovin' Baby" released in 1957: Eddie Riff - Ain't That Lovin' You, Baby / My Baby's Gone Away and later covered by Elvis Presley NOT to be confused with Jimmy Reed's song of the same name (1956) which was covered by many blues & rock artists. , Wikipedia ,
Aliases:Cliff Owens
In Groups:Argon Productions, Clyde Otis And His Orchestra, Clyde Otis And His Smoothies
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