Spooner Oldham

Spooner Oldham was a studio musician down in Muscle Shoals, Alabama before becoming a noted songwriter. Spooner's keyboard skills can be heard on such classic records as "You'd Better Move On" and several songs with Aretha Franklin including the Wurlitzer introduction on "Never Loved a Man the Way that I Love You." Spooner teamed with fellow songwriter Dan Penn to write "I'm Your Puppet", "Cry Like a Baby", and "Lets Do It Over". 

Interview Date:
July 20, 2017
Job Title:
Songwriter, Musician

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