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Remembering Musician Joe Hunter

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Remembering Musician Joe Hunter

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Remembering Musician Joe Hunter

Remembering Musician Joe Hunter

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Joe Hunter, who died last week at the age of 79, was one of the Funk Brothers, the session musicians who helped create the Motown Sound. He could be heard on such hits as "Money" by Barrett Strong, "Shop Around" by The Miracles and "Heat Wave" by Martha and the Vandellas. This interview originally aired on Nov. 18, 2002.