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Subject: Well that's THIRD-related Michel Legrand death in days! Famed composer Legrand, and French actor Patrick Bricard of "The Umbrella of Cherbourg" (Michel Legrand scored the film) -BOTH men died on January 26! Now Ingram, who made famous (w/Patti Austin) Legrand's hit song "How Do You Keep the Music Playing?", which was Oscar nominated for 'Best Song' ("Best Friends"-1982), dies January 29. -The film's star Burt Reynolds died 6 months ago!

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Date Posted: Tuesday, January 29, 01:46:36pm
In reply to: Dies at 66 's message, "Singer James Ingram" on Tuesday, January 29, 12:38:16pm

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Today's pic James Ingram never got the respect he deserved because his signature hits were not his - they were Quincy Jones', Patty Austin's, Linda Ronstadt's, Michael McDonald's, etc. (Billboard article)RussThursday, February 07, 07:39:55am
    But weren't there many multiple Grammy Award-winning singers (Frank, Ella, Whitney, etc), whose fame were built on the songs others wrote?He was even nominated for Oscars ...of songs others wrote, no?Thursday, February 07, 08:34:28am

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