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Michael Jacksonの泣く子も黙る超名曲:「Thriller」「The Lady In My Life」「Rock With You」「Off The Wall」「Baby Be Mine」、Quincy Jonesの「Back On The Block」「The Secret Garden」、Tamiaに提供した「You Put a Move on My Heart」、George Bensonの「Give Me The Night」などの作曲者で他にも数え切れないほど名曲作ってます。

Quincy Jonesの右腕で、とにかくものすごい良い曲作る天才中の天才

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Rodney Lynn Temperton (born 1947[1], Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire, England) is an English songwriter, record producer and musician most famous for writing the title track of Michael Jackson's Thriller, the biggest-selling album of all time.

Contents [hide]
1 Biography
2 Songwriting credits
3 Production credits
4 See also
5 References
6 External links

[edit] Biography
Temperton attended the De Aston School in Market Rasen. He was one of the original members of the popular funk/disco band, Heatwave. With the band, he helped compose some of the group's big-selling singles including "Boogie Nights", "Groove Line" and the memorable ballad, "Always and Forever". All three tracks were million-sellers in the U.S.[2]

In 1979, he teamed up with Quincy Jones and Michael Jackson to help conceive what became Jackson's first solo album in four years, and his first full-fledged solo release for Epic Records, entitled Off The Wall. In 1982, Temperton wrote three songs, including the title track, for Jackson's next LP, Thriller, which became the biggest-selling album of all time.

Temperton was nominated for an Oscar for a song on the soundtrack of the film, The Colour Purple, as the co-writer of the song "Miss Celie's Blues (Sister)"[3].

[edit] Songwriting credits
Temperton wrote/co-wrote for the following singers/bands[4]:

Michael Jackson: "Rock with You", "Off the Wall", "Burn This Disco Out", "Baby Be Mine", "The Lady In My Life" and "Thriller".
James Ingram & Michael McDonald: "Yah Mo B There".
Tamia: "You Put a Move on My Heart".
Rufus: Masterjam LP.
The Brothers Johnson: "Stomp!" and "Treasure" on their Stomp LP, and "Light up the Night"
Donna Summer: "Love Is in Control (Finger on the Trigger)", "Livin' In America" and "Love Is Just A Breath Away".
Quincy Jones: "The Dude", "Razzamatazz", "Somethin' Special", "Turn On The Action", "The Secret Garden and "Back On The Block", "Baby Come to Me", "You Put a Move on My Heart" and "Q's Jook Joint".
Herbie Hancock: "Lite Me Up", "Getting To The Good Part".
Aretha Franklin: "Livin' In The Streets".
Jeffrey Osborne: "We Belong To Love" (which Temperton also produced).
Bob James: "Sign Of The Times" and "The Steamin' Feelin'".
The Manhattan Transfer: "Mystery", "The Spice Of Life", from their Bodies and Souls album.
George Benson: Give Me The Night LP, including "Love x Love", "Turn Out the Lamplight" and the title track.
James Ingram: It's Your Night LP.
Anita Baker: "Mystery" from her Rapture album.
Patti Austin: Every Home Should Have One LP; "Do You Love Me?", "The Genie".
Michael McDonald: "Sweet Freedom".
Stephanie Mills: "Time of Your Life" and "Hold On to Midnight".
Karen Carpenter: "Loveliness" and "If We Try".
Boyz II Men: "Hey Lover".
Mica Paris: "Love Keeps Coming Back", "Two in a Million".
Mýa: "Man in my Life".
Klymaxx: "Man-Size Love".
C+C Music Factory: "Share That Beat of Love".
Angie Stone: "Lovers' Ghetto" from her Stone Love album.

[edit] Production credits
Kim Wilde: "Say You Really Want Me".
Jeffrey Osborne: "We Belong To Love".
Quincy Jones: "I'll Be Good to You", "The Secret Garden", "I Don't Go For That", "Stomp"[5]
Patti Austin: "Givin' In To Love"[6].

[edit] See also
Grammy Awards of 1991
Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Arrangement
Academy Award for Best Original Song
Academy Award for Original Music Score

[edit] References
^ Rod Temperton - Biography
^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums, 19th, London: Guinness World Records Limited, p. 248. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.
^ Rod Temperton - Awards
^ allmusic ((( Rod Temperton > Songs > Songs Composed By )))
^ Qwest
^ http://www011.upp.so-net.ne.jp/ledzepp/xpaust31.html


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