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Clarence Paul
also called "CP" was a songwriter and record producer for Detroit's Motown label

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  1. Born Clarence Otto Pauling March 19, 1928, he was the brother of legendary "5" Royales guitarist Lowman Pauling Jr

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  2. Their father was a coal miner in Bluefield, West Virginia, where the brothers listened to country music on the town's only radio station

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  3. "I did some tunes on (the Temptations), and they sounded so much like the '5' Royales when I got through, they decided they wanted to change their name! I did one tune on Paul Williams -- it's called, 'Baby, It Don't Have To Be Like This.' But that s

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  4. Lowman Pauling Sr. later moved his family to Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where the brothers would form the gospel group, the Royal Sons Quintet, later to become the "5" Royales

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  5. Clarence dropped the "ing" from his last name after moving to Detroit in the 1950s so he would not to be confused with his older brother

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  6. The Clarence Paul Page

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