Holland-Dozier-Holland - The Picture Never Changes album mp3
The Picture Never Changes. Lamont Dozier and Brian and Eddie Holland made their mark as songwriters and producers. The trio's songs dominated the charts in the '60s, and all three are now members of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Few know that all three began as singers. Lamont had recorded with the Romeos for Atco, then cut solo singles; Brian recorded "Shock" for a small Detroit label prior to Motown, and cut a single at Motown with Dozier; Eddie sang for United Artists and Motown before joining brother Brian and Lamont to form the blockbuster songwriting team.
New Breed Kinda Woman. Artist: Eddie Holland. Album: The Picture Never Changes, 1996. Holland - Dozier feat. Lamont Dozier Crossover Soul Classic. Has been played on. United Kingdom 3.
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Why Can't We Be Lovers (Previously Unreleased Version). Didn't You Take Me From A World Outside. Baby Don't Leave Me Now. 11. –nd. New Breed Kinda Woman.
The Picture Will Never Change. 5. Don’t Leave Me. Holland-Dozier. 6. Don’t Leave Me (Instrumental, Album Version). 7. New Breed Kinda Woman (featuring Lamont Dozier). 8. Can’t Get Enough (featuring Brian Holland). 9. Slipping Away (featuring Brian Holland). 10. Why Can’t We Be Lovers (featuring Lamont Dozier). Don’t Leave Me (Vocal & Instrumental, Single Version).
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