Dennis Coffey remains an active hero from the halcyon era of Detroit soul, contributing guitar to landmark records issued on the Motown, Ric-Tic, and Revilot labels. His guitar playing can be heard on such iconic Northern soul singles as "Just My Imagination," "Ball of Confusion (That’s What the World Is Today)," "War," "Cloud Nine," "Someday We'll Be Together," and "Band of Gold." In addition, he cut a series of efforts under his own name, most notably the cult classic blaxploitation soundtrack Black Belt Jones and the hit single-turned-vintage record collector mainstay "Scorpio." After Motown left Detroit in 1972, he continued his studio session work (notably appearing on "Boogie Fever" by the Sylvers), scored various films and produced other artists' albums, including Gallery's Nice to Be with You and Rodriguez's Cold Fact. Though ...
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