Former Motown Producer Frank Wilson Dies

Wilson was known for his work on songs with Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross and Marvin Gaye.

Former Motown producer Frank Wilson died on Thursday after a long battle with prostate cancer, reports the Hollywood Reporter. The legendary producer is best known for his work on songs like Stevie Wonder's "Castles In the Sand," The Temptations' "All I Need" and The Supremes' "Love Child."

Wilson was originally from Houston but moved to Detroit in the mid-1960s in the height of the success of Motown Records. Wilson's credits include songs for Marvin Gaye, the Four Tops and John Legend.

Along with his career as a music producer, Wilson also released a record in 1965 called "Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)."

He was 71 at the time of his death.

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