|A||Jump Right On In||5:50|
|B||Can't Get Off Until The Feeling Stops||3:25|
|WBS 8240||Lamont Dozier||Can't Get Off Until The Feeling Stops (7", Mono, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||WBS 8240||US||1976|
|WBS 8240||Lamont Dozier||Jump Right On In (7", Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||WBS 8240||US||1976|
This is a list of songs written by Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, and Eddie Holland. In most cases the original recordings were for Motown, for whom the three were contracted until 1968. They continued to have success after establishing the Invictus and Hot Wax labels, in some cases using the writing pseudonym "Edyth Wayne" (in various spellings). The article also lists songs written by any of the three writers, sometimes in collaboration with others. 3 Other chart hits and notable songs written by Lamont Dozier. 4 Other chart hits and notable songs written by Eddie Holland Jr. with others. "Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right". Can't Get Off Until the Feeling Stops".
Produced by Holland-Dozier, Lamont Dozier & Brian Holland. Album 4 Tops on Top. I Got a Feeling Lyrics. When your in arms, Darling When your in my arms Oohhh. Ohhh, I get a feeling, feeling Got me rockin' and a reelin' Oh, I'm crazy 'bout your love buttercup Your kind of love, can't get enough . 5. Until You Love Someone. 6. There’s No Love Left (Missing Lyrics). 7. Matchmaker (Missing Lyrics).
Holland–Dozier–Holland was a songwriting and production team made up of Lamont Dozier and brothers Brian and Eddie Holland. The trio wrote, arranged and produced many songs that helped define the Motown sound in the 1960s. During their tenure at Motown from 1962 to 1967, Dozier and Brian Holland were the composers and producers for each song, and Eddie Holland wrote the lyrics and arranged the vocals
Dozier went on to record a number of albums as a performer in his own right, also writing much of the material. The 1977 album, Peddlin' Music On The Side (Warner Bros. Records) contained the epic "Going Back to My Roots", which was later recorded by Odyssey. The earlier "Black Bach" (ABC Records) featured the country-flavored "All Cried Out" ( R&B, pop). Lamont Dozier lives in Encino, California with his wife of thirty plus years, and their three musically talented children; sons, Beau Alexandre (born November 26, 1979), Paris Ray (born September 12, 1984), and daughter, Desiree Starr (born August 1, 1988). He is also related to stand-up comedian and actor John Witherspoon, of The Wayans Bros. and the Friday film series fame.
Take off your make up And let your hair down No matter I'm comin around Gotta chase your misery out of town I'ts time to live, Oooh. Can't Get Off Until the Feeling Stops Lamont Dozier. I Wanna Be With You Lamont Dozier. Make Me Say It Again Girl The Isley Brothers. God Blessed Our Love . All Cried Out Lamont Dozier.
One of Lamont Dozier’s true 70s classics – an amazing album of baroque soul with an undeniable groove – kind of the best aspects of Detroit soul, wrapped up together! The arrangements here are fantastic – a mix of strings and soul that surpasses any of Lamont’s previous albums, and which holds together perfectly throughout. Who does this Lamont Dozier dude think he is? Releasing an album with a title comparing himself to Bach. Gets even worse if the sleeve rams home the point by featuring a bust of your face in the style of Johann Sebastian? Then again, if you have penned this and this.
Attempting to jump-start a solo career after her stint in the Runaways, Jett had her demo tape to "I Love Rock 'N Roll" rejected by 23 record labels. Writers: Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Eddie Holland Producers: Brian Holland, Dozier Released: June '64, Motown 14 weeks; No. 1. After eight flop singles, the trio were known as the "No-Hit Supremes. The Marvelettes - Motown's top girl group at that point - passed on this song, and the Supremes didn't like their own recording. Until it hit Number One, that is. That foot-stomping beat is actually two boards banged together.
Holland–Dozier–Holland è un trio di compositori e produttori composto da Lamont Dozier (Detroit, 16 giugno 1941), ed i fratelli Brian Holland (Detroit, 15 febbraio 1941) e Eddie Holland (Detroit, 30 ottobre 1939), che contribuì in modo esponenziale ad arricchire con i loro brani il catalogo della Motown Record Corporation (in seguito Motown Records), etichetta discografica di Detroit degli anni sessanta di Soul e Rhythm & Blues.