Cory Wade (music producer)

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Cory Wade is a former American record producer and songwriter, known for producing some of the biggest hits in disco in the 1970s. A producer for TK Records, Wade co-produced the 1977 single "Do Ya Wanna Get Funky With Me" by Peter Brown, which became the first 12-inch single to sell a million copies. Wade also produced hit recordings for KC and the Sunshine Band, T-Connection, Foxy and made a comeback in the 1990s with a remake of Peter Brown's "Crank It Up" by Lawrence Leritz, released on Spectrum Records. Residing in Horn Lake, Mississippi, Cory Wade is currently working on a 3D feature films

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