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  David Bendeth
 

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Feel The Real (Jazz-N-Groove classic mix)

  

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David Bendeth has worn just about every hat in the music business: producer, writer, executive, performer.  It is his legacy as an artist that merits his inclusion in the Encyclopedia.  

Born in London, Bendeth started as a guitarist, playing on numerous sessions, including "In the Bush" by Musique.  Under his own name, he scored with the 1979 jazz-funk classic "Feel the Real."  The song endures as an underground inspiration, its status being confirmed when it was remixed by a number of producers in 2000.

The success of "Real" paved the way for a recording contract that saw him issue three albums between 1979 and 1982.   After he made the switch to a behind-the-scenes role, he penned hits for Jeff Beck, Joe Cocker, and Bruce Hornsby, whom he signed as an A&R Vice-President. 

Perhaps his most lauded production credit is for his work on Elvis' 30 #1 Hits collection. The album was one of the best-selling albums of 2002.

Bendeth now runs his own label, Type A Records. 

His website is www.davidbendeth.com  

David Bendeth's Deepest Grooves

Adrenalin (Sidewalk, 1979)

Just Dessert (Ensign, 1981)

The Bendeth Band (Ensign, 1982)

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