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Van Allen Clinton McCoy (January 6, 1940 - July 6, 1979) was a music producer, musician, songwriter, and orchestra conductor most famous for his massive 1975 disco hit "The Hustle", which is still played on dancefloors today, almost 30 years after his death. He is also notable for producing such 1970s recording artists as Gladys Knight and the Pips, The Stylistics, Aretha Franklin, Stacy Lattisaw, and The Softones.
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- The Hustle - (4:02) - 5,437 plays
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- Soul Cha Cha - (3:26) - 243 plays
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- Do the Hustle - (3:29) - 354 plays
- Soul Improvisations, Pt. 2 - (5:50) - 138 plays
- The Hustle - Super Hustle Mix - (4:12) - 120 plays
- African Symphony - (3:02) - 91 plays
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