Jack Perricone, co founder of Berklee College of Music's unique Songwriting Department, has enjoyed a distinguished career as songwriter, composer, and arranger. His work includes such hits as "Run, Joey, Run," which reached Billboard's 1975 Top Five, and Angela Bofill's "What I Wouldn't Do (For the Love of You)." His songs have appeared on the Pop, Country, and r&b charts, and have been recorded by David Geddes, Lou Rawls, Jerry Butler, K.T. Oslin, and many others.
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Books:Melody In Songwriting, May 2000