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    Sunday, March 31, 2013

    Phil Ramone, the veteran record producer died Saturday. He the most revered figure in the music business had worked with top tier talent such Paul Simon, Barbra Streisand and Bob Dylan. He was 82.

    Matthew Ramone told that his father died because of complication of pneumonia stemming consequence after his surgery last month to avoid aortic aneurysm.

    Neil Portnow, chief executive and president of Recording Academy said  world has lost an immense talent and a true visionary.

    "He was star of stars behind the stars" said Stevie Wonder.

    Tony Bennett said him was admired and respected by everyone in musical industry. 

    He was the most successful man in entertainment industry by won 14 Grammy Awards. In 1973 he won Emmy Award by helping to craft "Duke Ellington...We love you madly" for television special award.

    His albums Simon's "Still Crazy After All These Years" in 1975 and Billy Joel's " 52nd Street" in 1978 honored with Grammy for album of the year.

    He also involved in making soundtracks of films such as "Midnight Cowboy" in 1969 and "Flashdance" in 1983.

    He the most talented musical producer had great ears, impeccable musical taste and give his full commitment to artist he worked with.


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