Clyde Otis Died

Clyde Otis, a former taxi driver who turned songwriter, producer and A&R executive died aged 83 on January 8, 2008. His first hit record was Nat King Cole’s "That's All There Is To That" in 1956 and after joining Mercury records, he collaborated with Brook Benton on hits such as "The Boll Weevil Song", "Endlessly", "So Many Ways", "What a Difference a Day Makes" and so many more including classic rock 'n' roll songs. Elvis recorded such hits as "Ain’t That Loving You Baby" and "Doncha Think Its Time".
Source: Elvis UK On-line / Updated: Jan 16, 2008 
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