Richard Wayne Wylie on June 6th 1939, Popcorn is last but
not least in this pool of creativity.
or Producing at least 25 sides for the Golden World empire, Popcorn had plenty of experience before laying down
his first track for Ed and JoAnne in March 1964.
joined Motown Records in 1959 through his friendship with
Robert Bateman and took the first Motown Reviews on the road
and The Mohawks, had three releases on the Motown label in
1961 and today they hang proudly in the upper room of the
Hitsville Museum on West Grand Boulevard.
also played piano on three of Motown's milestone recordings,
"Money", "Please Mr Postman" and
Motown in 1962, Popcorn would freelance at Correc-tone and
Golden World, although he worked on a significant number of
Reflections songs, it is his Northern Soul legacy for which
he is fondly remembered; with some excellent 45's on Carl
Carlton ("Nothing No Sweeter Than Love"), the
Debonaires ("Eenie Meenie") and
Stewart Ames ("King For A
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