|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Eruca / Two Pigs & A Hog||2||Audio||2002||Ballroom Records|
|2||Shine On / Record City||2||Audio||1977||Polydor|
|3||Two Pigs And A Hog||3||Audio||Angel Sound|
Born: 15 May 1943. Died: 16 December 2004, Chatsworth, Los Angeles, CA. Owned the recording studio [l=Mom & Pop's Company Store].
American record producer, songwriter, arranger, and orchestra conductor.
Perren shared an Album of the Year Grammy in 1978 for producing two songs on the [r=127165] album.
With [a=Dino Fekaris], Perren produced [r=103569], sung by Gloria Gaynor, which won the Grammy for best disco recording in 1979.
Perren was a member of the [l=Motown] Records production group the Corporation, which wrote and produced [a=Jackson 5, The]'s first hits. The Corporation -- including Motown founder [a=Berry Gordy], Deke Richards and [a=Fonce Mizell] -- produced the group's I Want You Back, ABC and The Love You Save.
Perren also produced the Miracles' hits Love Machine and Do It Baby while at Motown.
His post-Motown records include [a=Peaches & Herb]'s Reunited and Shake Your Groove Thing; the Sylvers' Boogie Fever and Hot Line; and [a=Tavares]' Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel.
Perren suffered a severe stroke in 1993. He died at his home in Chatsworth, aged 61 and is interred at Oakwood Memorial Park Cemetery, Chatsworth, California.