Sam Dees (born December 17, 1945) is an American soul singer, songwriter and record producer. He has released several albums throughout the 1970s, 1980s, and the 1990s; as a composer, he has written hundreds of songs for many music artists. Sam Dees was born in Birmingham, Alabama, United States, into a large family and distinguished himself with his voice. At the age of nine, and already champion of several singing contests, he founded his own vocal group, the "Bossanovians".
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The Offical page for Sam Dees. He will be releasing a new album real soon. Stay tune!!! Sam is a Soul singer and one of the most extraordinary songwriters of the modern era. Sam is best known for his mega hit "One In A Million You" recorded by Larry Graham. This prolific composer and lyricist has penned over 350 published works. Most of his catalog is found in the libraries of Almo/Irving Publishing Company. Other publishing companies holding Sam Dees licenses are Moonsong and his own Sam Music and Sam Songs Publishing
The best R&B songwriter and soul singer that most people have never heard of, Sam Dees has written songs for countless artists, including Gladys Knight, Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston, George Benson, the Temptations, Teddy Pendergrass, Millie Jackson, Jackie Wilson, the Manhattans, Regina Belle, KC & the Sunshine Band, Willie Clayton, and many others. He's also a pretty fine singer, having recorded for the Chess, Atlantic, Polydor, and SSS imprints, and he had a nice string of his own hits in the 1970s.
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Sam Dees is one of the best under-rated soul artists & singer/songwriters of the 70’s, he recorded for SSS, Chess, Atlantic & Polydor. The Show Must Go On is one of the forgotten pearls in soul music.
The album also contained the Sam Dees composition "Your Love Finally Ran Out", which was previously recorded by their then labelmate Les McCann under the title "So Your Love Finally Ran Out For Me" on his 1979 album Tall, Dark & Handsome. Colonel Abrams (album). Colonel Abrams is the self-titled debut studio album by American musician, Colonel Abrams, released in 1985 through MCA Records. The song was written by Sam Dees and produced by Larry Graham. It was used in the movie Nutty Professor II: The Klumps. Personal Reflections.