Songwriter Dallas Frazier, a multi-Grammy winner who is enshrined in the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, died on Friday, in accordance to a report. He was 82.
Frazier crafted a job on his notable songwriting potential, creating hits like Hollywood Argyles’ 1960 hit “Alley Oop”, The Oak Ridge Boys‘ 1981 basic “Elvira,” and the 1971’s Jack Greene-recorded “There Goes My Every little thing.”
“Dallas Frazier is amongst the biggest nation songwriters of all time,” reported Kyle Youthful, CEO of the State Music Corridor of Fame and Museum, Billboard claimed.
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Frazier, who was born in Spiro, Oklahoma, also co-wrote numerous No. 1 hits with A.L. “Doodle” Owens, such as 1969’s “All I Have to Provide You (Is Me),” which was Charley Pride‘s very first No. 1 Billboard Sizzling Region Songs hit. Delight scored two other No. 1 state hits along with Frazier and Owens, which includes “(I’m So) Scared of Getting rid of You Once more,” in 1969, “I Just cannot Feel That You’ve Stopped Loving Me,” in1970, and “Then Who Am I,” in 1974. (Pleasure died in 2020 to COVID-19-connected difficulties).
“He could express infectious enjoyment with ‘Elvira,’ and then create a little something as stunningly sad and legitimate as ‘Beneath Still Waters,’” Youthful extra. “His tunes assisted Connie Smith to turn out to be a member of the Nation Songs Corridor of Fame. He was a male of kindness, generosity, and faith, who overcame a hardscrabble upbringing to offer you smiling items to all of us. He lived a lovely life of a gorgeous head.”
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In 1976, Frazier was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Corridor of Fame, and he continued producing leading hits.
Frazier wrote “Beneath Nonetheless Waters” for Emmylou Harris in 1980, which became a No. 1 state strike. He also co-wrote Tanya Tucker‘s “What’s Your Mama’s Title?” which turned her very first No. 1 strike, Billboard described.
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Frazier’s applauded creating potential designed a magical truly feel to listeners, he claimed in an job interview in 2018 with journalist Tom Roland.
“I have found this all my daily life in producing tunes, there is a factor named experience, and it’s magic when you get ahold of it,” Frazier reported. “It can make or crack a record. You can have a good song and all, but if it does not have that experience, it just does not do just about anything. ‘Elvira’ experienced the truly feel. And The Oaks, what a great slice. With Richard Sterban performing his matter on it and the horns just making it initial class…it had so significantly magic in it, it’d just elevate the hair on your arms.”