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Ashford & Simpson are an American husband-wife songwriting-production team. They’re also recording artists in their own right. The duo began their careers in the mid-1960s, writing songs for such artists as the 5th Dimension, Aretha Franklin and Ray Charles. Their work with Charles brought them to the attention of Motown Records founder Berry Gordy. Upon joining the Motown staff in 1966, they were paired with Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell, for whom they wrote and produced “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”, “Your Precious Love”, “Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing” and “You’re All I Need To Get By.” They also produced three albums for singer Diana Ross, including her self titled debut solo album, “Surrender” and “The Boss.” All three albums were critically acclaimed. As performers, their careers began in the early 1960s as part of the gospel group The Followers, with whom they recorded the album “Gospel Meeting”, and later released the album “Meeting The Followers.” In 1964, they recorded “I’ll Find You” as Valerie & Nick. Simpson went on to record the albums “Valerie Simpson Exposed” and “Valerie Simpson” for Motown, while Ashford (along with Frank Wilson) produced “I’m Gonna Make You Love Me” for Diana Ross & The Supremes, a collaboration with The Temptations. In 1973, they left  Motown after the albums Simpson recorded received poor promotion and the company refused to release an album of the duo recording a collection of their most famous songs by other artists. In 1974, Ashford & Simpson married and resumed their careers as a duo with the Warner Bros. album “Gimme Something Real.” 1977 saw the release of the albums “So So Satisfied” and “Send It.” They charted with such singles as “Don’t Cost You Nothing”, “Send It”, “It Seems To Hang On” and “Found A Cure” among others. Additionally, they were special guest vocalists on the Quincy Jones hit “Stuff Like That.” Nick Ashford died on August 22, 2011, four days before Valerie Simpson’s 65th birthday, of complications from throat cancer. They released the albums “Gimme Something Real” (1973), “I Wanna Be Selfish” (1974), “Come As You Are” (1976), “So So Satisfied” (1977), “Send It” (1977), “Is It Still Good To Ya” (1978), “Stay Free” (1979), “A Musical Affair” (1980), “Street Opera” (1982), “High-Rise” (1983), “Solid” (1984), “Real Love” (1986), “Love Or Physical” (1989) and “Been Found” (1996).