Lonnie Cook

Real Name:
Lonnie Thurman Cook
Born: November 26, 1940, Kansas City, Kansas.

Lonnie Cook is a multi-talented singer, songwriter and arranger. He is widely recognized as the prolific composer that wrote "I Thought you were mine" for The Natural Four. His expertise was employed by Taavi Mote's Ruff Mix Productions to rewrite 30 songs that were written by Peter Woods {Romeo Void}, Ralph Johnson {Earth Wind & Fire}, Tommy Boyce, and other notable talents. Those compositions were written as Lonnie Godby; He Co-Produced his unreleased "Where do i fit in" with Hal Davis {of Jackson Five fame}. He was responsible for providing the Bloodstone replacement for Charles McCormick {Ron Wilson} with his "Who's to blame". He co-hosted the internet show "Doo Wop Always Doo Wop with daughter Eryn on NWEZ from 1998 thru 2000.

Lonnie Cook started The Doo Wop Hall of Fame in 1987.
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Lonnie Cook Discography Tracks

Writing & Arrangement

ABCS-706 Lonnie Cook - Good Vibes! album art The Natural Four I Thought You Were Mine (as L. Cook) The Natural Four - Good Vibes!(LP, Album) ABC Records ABCS-706 US 1970 Sell This Version
Lonnie Cook - Moving On Up album art Various I Thought You Were Mine Various - Moving On Up (Comp) Kent Records UK 1984 Sell This Version