|#||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].