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Music Vet Harvey Scales has Died

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Music composer and singer , 78, has passed. He got his start in Milwaukee, WI before becoming a nationally successful songwriter. He has written for such groups as The O’Jays, , , and many others. He had his own group Harvey Scales and The Seven Sounds, which released several singles. His greatest success was as the co-author of Johnny Taylor’s monster hit “Disco Lady.” Scales died in Atlanta. We will give you more details on the services as they come.

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2 comments

Naphtali Jimi Bruce February 12, 2019 at 10:23 am

Sorry to learn of Harvey Scales.
I still have his biggest single on a (clean) 45rpm, “I Wanna Do it”, played by me on WBLS FM and other stations once upon a time. Stax Records, I think…

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Toriarn Weldon
Toriarn Weldon February 12, 2019 at 12:43 pm

RIH Harvey… u will be truly missed.

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