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Legendary Guitarist Wah Wah Watson sadly died aged 67

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Rare interview  2012 edit
Charles “Skip” Pitts’ guitar on Isaac Hayes’ “Theme From Shaft.”
after 1971  Melvin Wah Wah Watson  modified   his Guitar sound
to his own style.

[The Undisputed Truth, The Undisputed Truth (1971)
The Temptations, All Directions (1972)
Four Tops, Nature Planned It (1972)
The Temptations, Masterpiece (1973)
Love Unlimited, Under the Influence of... (1973)
Marvin Gaye, Let's Get It On (1973)
The Love Unlimited Orchestra, Rhapsody in White (1974)
Martha Reeves, Martha Reeves (1974)
Quincy Jones, Body Heat (1974)
Bobbi Humphrey, Satin Doll (1974)
Pointer Sisters, Steppin' (1975)
Herbie Hancock, Man-Child (1975)
Herbie Hancock, Secrets (1976)
Labelle, Chameleon (1976)
Rose Royce, Car Wash (1976)
Dizzy Gillespie, Free Ride (1977)
Herbie Hancock, VSOP (1977)
Gloria Gaynor, I Will Survive (1978)
Donald Byrd, Thank You...For F.U.M.L. (Funking Up My Life) (Elektra, 1978)
Cher, Take Me Home (1979)
The Beach Boys, L.A. (Light Album) (1979)
Michael Jackson, Off the Wall (1979)
Herbie Hancock, Feets, Don't Fail Me Now (1979)
Thelma Houston, Ride to the Rainbow (1979)
Herbie Hancock, Mr. Hands (1980)
Herbie Hancock, Monster (1980)
Blondie, Autoamerican (1980)
Vanessa L. Williams The Comfort Zone (1991)
Brian McKnight, Brian McKnight (1992)
George Benson, Love Remembers (1993)
Me'Shell NdegéOcello, Plantation Lullabies (1993)
Maxwell, Maxwell's Urban Hang Suite (1994)
Herbie Hancock, Dis Is Da Drum (1994)
Stevie Wonder, Conversation Peace (1995)
Brian McKnight, I Remember You (1995)
Quincy Jones, Q's Jook Joint (1995)
Meshell Ndegeocello, Peace Beyond Passion (1996)
Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas, Versus (1997)
Maxwell, Now (2001)
Maysa, Out of the Blue (2002)
Janet Jackson, Damita Jo (2004)
Yung Berg, Look What You Made Me (2008)
George Benson, Songs and Stories (2009)

U-Nam, Week-end in L.A (A tribute to George Benson) (2012)
Tyrese, Black Rose (2015)]

["We played together for almost 20 years," says Stu Gardner, also a Richmond native
who recorded for Motown. "He had rhythm licks that no one else could play but him."]




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R.I.P Mr Watson.

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