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  1. Ronald Marvell Thomas (August 22, 1941 – January 23, 2017) was an American keyboardist, record producer and arranger known for his work in Memphis Soul . Biography. Born in Memphis, Tennessee, Thomas's studio career started at the age of 17. [1] . He was the first piano player to punch the clock at Stax Records.

  2. The eldest child of Rufus and Lorene Thomas, Marvell was born in 1941 and grew up in the shadow of Beale Street, where his father performed. "You could call it a second home," Thomas said in 2011.

  3. 4. Jan. 2018 · Marvell Thomas 1/2017. January 23, 2017 – Marvell Thomas was born in Memphis Tennessee on August 22, 1941. The Thomas family is rooted in music and especially Memphis Soul. Legendary rock and roll pioneer Rufus (Walking the Dog) was his dad. His sisters Carla and Vaneese were much noted, especially Carla (the Queen of Memphis Soul) reached ...

  4. Marvell Thomas. Profile: Marvell Thomas (born August 22, 1941, Memphis, Tennessee, USA - died January 23, 2017, Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.A, aged 75) was an American pianist/keyboardist, songwriter, arranger and producer. Son of Rufus Thomas, brother of Carla Thomas and Vaneese Thomas . Show more.

  5. August 22, 1941 - January 23, 2017. Rest in Peace. Photo Credit: soulexpress.net. Marvell Thomas, a member of Stax's first family died January 20, 2017 at the age of 75. A respected pianist, producer and arranger, Thomas played on many of the foundational hits for Stax Records.

  6. All at Ace were deeply saddened today to hear that upper echelon Memphis musician Marvell Thomas has died at the age of 75. Marvell’s work as a musician has long been a feature of the catalogues of almost every label in the Ace family. He’s probably on more of our Stax-derived releases than almost any other musician who ever set foot in the ...

  7. 25. Jan. 2017 · MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis music icon Marvell Thomas is being remembered by family, friends and fans. He died Monday after a sudden undisclosed illness. He was 75. If Memphis and Stax Records had a...