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Singer/Songwriter Bobby Conerlyís recording debut came in 1970 on the Duke imprint, a 45 called "A Whole Lot Of Soul Is Gone"/" Little Girls Go Home". "Home" was produced by the late Willie Mitchell. Soon after that Bobby cut a single for Ovide together with the Entertainers and a 45 for Evejim in the late 80s. Later, Conerly became a successful staff writer for Malaco Records, penning hits for Marvin Sease, Mel Waiters, Denise LaSalle & others. In the 00s Conerly began releasing full albums on his own label before signing with California-based Aviara Music .