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Woody Cunningham (born Woodrow Cunningham on July 8, 1948 in Baltimore; died January 9, 2010 in Bowie, Maryland) was an American musician, member of such bands as Kleeer and The Universal Robot Band.

Woody was the drummer, writer, vocalist and co-producer for the late seventies and eighties Soul group Kleeer. He was co-producer of five of their seven albums, the last two were co-produced with Eumir Deodato.

Woody also performed on sessions for Sylvester, Faith, Hope & Charity, Disco Tex & the Sexolettes, and Candido, for Salsoul Records.





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