USA. Raised in Houston, Texas, Tyrells professional life began when he was a teenager and he sang with R&B bands at numerous venues in the state. He moved on to work in the music industry for many years, first joining Scepter Records when he was aged 19. Among sessions on which he was active in production capacities are those resulting in Dionne Warwicks hits Message To Michael, The Look Of Love and Alfie. He also worked with the Shirelles among many other singers and songwriters, including a role in B.J. Thomas 1969 hit, Raindrops Keep Fallin On My Head, and he co-produced Linda Ronstadts Grammy Award winners Dont Know Much (in duet with Aaron Neville) and Somewhere Out There (in duet with James Ingram), used on the soundtrack to 1986s An American Tail. Tyrell was for a while a producer of R&B for Atlantic Records. In Los Angeles, he moved into...
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