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Cliff Goldsmith

Cliff Goldsmith

Real Name:Clifford C. Goldsmith
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Born in Watts, Goldsmith graduated from Jordan High School in Watts and served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II. He later graduated from USC, was employed as a postal worker in Burbank and also worked for Lockheed Corp. in Burbank. In the late 1950s, he began co-producing, along with Fred Smith (3), a rhythm and blues group called The Olympics. Goldsmith and Smith co-produced and co-wrote for the group including the songs, “Western Movies” in 1958 and “Hully Gully” in 1960. Goldsmith later produced music for television commercials and for various artists. He produced blues singer Little Johnny Taylor’s 1963 hit “Part Time Love” and also produced for R&B; singer Leon Haywood, who sang “I Want’a Do Something Freaky to You” in 1975. Goldsmith retired in the early 1980s, but continued as a consultant in the music industry.
He passed June 14th, 1991 in Los Angeles

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