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Ray Monette


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Music groups
Rare Earth, The Funk Brothers

Rare Earth in Concert, Anthology: The Best of Rare Earth, The Very Best of Rare Earth, Standing in the Shadows, Willie Remembers

Reggie McBride, Paul Warren (musician), Bob Babbitt

7 May 1946 (age 77 years)

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Ray Monette is an American musician.

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He started his career as a songwriter and musician in Detroit. In 1967 with a band called The Abstract Reality, a 45 rpm single "Love Burns Like A Fire Inside" was released. With Mike Campbell, Bob 'Babbitt' Kreinar and Andrew Smith he formed Scorpion. His name appears on Scorpion and Meat Loaf's debut album Stoney & Meatloaf (1971). For this recording, he cowrote four songs. In that same year, he played tenor guitar on "Evolution" by Dennis Coffey & the Detroit Guitar Band, and played a guitar solo on Funkadelic's "I Got a Thing, You Got a Thing, Everybody's Got a Thing". He was a guitarist and singer of the Rare Earth from 1971 until 2004 (with a break around 1977).

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In 2010 he played on the Phil Collins album Going Back".


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