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Willie McKinley Hutchison, known professionally as Willie Hutch (December 6, 1944 — September 19, 2005) was an American singer, as well as a songwriter and record producer for the Motown record label during the 1970s.

Hutch produced albums by acts such as The 5th Dimension, Michael Jackson and Smokey Robinson.

Besides writing hit songs such as The Jackson 5's "I'll Be There", Hutch also recorded several albums for Motown (and later for Whitfield Records, run by former Motown producer Norman Whitfield… read more

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  • @Isco couldn't have said it any better, he's amazing.
  • Samples helped Hutch gain some long overdue recognition, but he's still underrated and slept on within the soul genre. He doesn't get a fraction of the props he deserves.
  • He is appreciated by many producers cause I swear I heard samples from his music in many productions
  • He scored two of my favorite Blaxplotation flicks and was a great freaking composer. It's a shame that he's slept on these days, even to a lesser degree than Mr. Mayfield- but at of us here have appreciation for a real artist.
  • So underrated, deserves WAY more credit.
  • One of the select few that could produce, write, and perform their own music in the soul genre. I respect Willie Hutch and other similar artists who have done the same an awful lot for that.
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  • Underrated Musician and Singer!!! Mother's theme (mama) its a Great Song.
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