Early 1960s photo of Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield on a 2006 issue two-CD set. Among songs included is the No.1 hit of 1965, 'You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' '.

Early 1960s photo of Bill Medley & Bobby Hatfield on a 2006 issue two-CD set. Among songs included is the No.1 hit of 1965, 'You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' '.

Brian Wilson with his idol, Phil Spector.  Mike Love and Bobby Hatfield.  Sweet.

Brian Wilson with his idol, Phil Spector. Mike Love and Bobby Hatfield. Sweet.

Bobby Hatfield, of the "Righteous Brothers"Hatfield died at the Radisson Hotel in downtown Kalamazoo, Michigan on 11/5/03 in his sleep, hours before a Righteous Brothers concert. In January 2004, a toxicology report concluded that an overdose of cocaine had precipitated a fatal heart attack. The initial autopsy found that Hatfield had advanced coronary disease. The medical examiner stated that "in this case, there was already a significant amount of blockage in the coronary arteries."[2]

Bobby Hatfield, of the "Righteous Brothers"Hatfield died at the Radisson Hotel in downtown Kalamazoo, Michigan on 11/5/03 in his sleep, hours before a Righteous Brothers concert. In January 2004, a toxicology report concluded that an overdose of cocaine had precipitated a fatal heart attack. The initial autopsy found that Hatfield had advanced coronary disease. The medical examiner stated that "in this case, there was already a significant amount of blockage in the coronary arteries."[2]

"Dammit Bobby! I call the shots around here!" Phil Spector calls out Righteous Brother Bobby Hatfield at a Gold Star session...

"Dammit Bobby! I call the shots around here!" Phil Spector calls out Righteous Brother Bobby Hatfield at a Gold Star session...

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