Brian Holland

Brian Holland

Also known as B Holland, B&B Holland, B. Holland, B. Holand, B. Holland, B. Holland, L. Dozier, E. Holland, B.Holland, Brian, Brian Hollan, Brian Holland And Lamont Dozier, Brian Van Holland, Briant Holland, Б. Холанд, E. Holland, H. Brian, Holland, Holland, B, Holland, Dozier, Holland
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.songwritershalloffame.org/exhibits/bio/C291, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Holland

Discography of Brian Holland:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Don't Leave Me / I'm So Glad 2 Audio 1984
2 Slipping Away / Can't Get Enough 2 Audio 1973 Invictus
3 Don't Leave Me Starvin' For Your Love 2 Audio 1972 Invictus
4 Super Woman (You Ain't No Ordinary Woman) / Let's Get Together 2 Audio 1974 Invictus
5 Don't Leave Me Starvin' For Your Love 2 Audio 1972 Invictus
6 I'm So Glad (Part 1 & 2) 2 Audio 1974 Invictus
7 I'm So Glad (Part 1 & 2) 2 Audio 1974 Invictus
8 Super Woman (You Ain't No Ordinary Woman) / Let's Get Together 2 Audio 1974 Invictus
9 Don't Leave Me Starvin' For Your Love 2 Audio 1973 Invictus
10 Slipping Away / Can't Get Enough 2 Audio 1973 Invictus
11 Don't Leave Me / I'm So Glad 2 Audio 1984
12 Don't Leave Me Starvin' For Your Love 2 Audio 1972 Invictus
13 (Where's The Joy?) In Nature Boy / Shock 4 Audio 1959 Kudo


Music producer and songwriter born 15 February 1941 in Detroit, Michigan, USA.

Brian Holland emerged from a production background in the Motown scene, joining his elder brother [a=Edward Holland, Jr.] who had a singing partnership with [a=Lamont Dozier]. As a writing/production team the trio of [a=Holland-Dozier-Holland] became the lyrical force behind the Motown sound. When Motown chief [a=Berry Gordy] hitched the trio up with the struggling Supremes in 1963 the rest became history, with over a dozen US Top Ten hit singles. Brian Holland's production skills, Eddie's lyrics and Lamont's melodies helped carve careers for Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Miracles,+The]The Miracles[/url], [a=Marvin Gaye], and notably the [a=Four Tops].

Brian Holland left Motown in 1968 with his two partners after a royalties dispute. They formed their own company [l=Invictus] / [url=http://www.discogs.com/label/Hot+Wax+(4)]Hot Wax[/url].


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