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Diagnosis Love

by Ropatt

Mid tempo, Pop, smooth jazz instrumental with an easy flowing, cool and relaxing groove. Tasty classical guitar chops, blended with a tight rhythm section that provides plenty of breathing space.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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Ropatt was born and raised in Michigan. While attending Oakland University in Michigan, Ron decided to explore the possibilities of making songwriting a profession. After graduating from college, Ron continued co-writing, recording songs with his twin brother, Arnold. They constantly promoted their demos to record labels and music publishers in the Detroit area. "We found" says Ron, "that much of the music was custom-made for a select group of artists. There were too many people trying to second guess each other by writing in one particular style." In 1976, the Patton Brothers moved to Los Angeles. Shortly afterwards, they began writing songs for Holland-Dozier-Holland Productions in Hollywood. In 1980, Ron co-founded Baywest Records, which was based in Northern California. Co-wrote, produced, and arranged following songs released on Baywest:

Don't Blame Me When You Lose Me (Artist: Michael Peyser)
Your Key Fits (Artist: Laurie Roberts)
Hook Me (Artist: Leroy "Ace" Miller)
Ain't Nuthin' New Under The Sun (Except My Love)
(Artist: Dallas)
*Has Somebody Else Been Lovin' You? (Artist: Monique)

In 2003, Ron released his first solo CD entitled, "Biggie Was Here," which represented a collection of instrumental tracks with a pop/R&B, jazz-oriented hip hop, dance flavor. You can hear some tracks from it at In 2005, Ron released "The Return Of The Twin" ( and "Plaid" (, both on Twin Noir Records, in follow up to "Biggie Was Here." In 2008, released his 4th CD, “Ropatt IV” which won Radioindy's Grindie Award.

In 2011, Ropatt co-wrote Swiss Female Dance Club Vocalist Tenaj's "Special Queen" and "Be Myself." He is currently involved with several co-writing and CD production projects.



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