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Remembering Ted Jarrett

Ted Jarrett spent the 1970s through 1990s, running a record label that produced gospel, blues and R&B music.

But Jarrett himself was also a musician and producer known for "You Can Make It If You Try," which was sung by Mick Jagger. He also wrote the Webb Pierce song "Love, Love Love," a hit on the radio during segregation days in the South.

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Last Saturday, Jarrett, of Nashville, died at age 83. He was remembered Thursday.

Read a Tennessean story about the life of Jarrett here.

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