Laurence B. Gottlieb

Real Name:
Lawrence Bennett "Larry" Gottlieb
Profile:
Soul - funk - pop songwriter - producer - guitarist - pianist
Born in 1951 in Jackson Heights, New York, U.S. He has worked extensively in partnership with Marc Blatte. He has been nominated for two Grammy Awards: the first in 1982 (with Marc Blatte) for Best R&B Song, with "When She Was My Girl", performed by the Four Tops, and the second in 1997 (with Angelo Petraglia and Kim Richey) for Best Country Song, with "Believe Me Baby (I Lied)", performed by Trisha Yearwood.
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Larry Gottlieb - True Disco album art Various When She Was My Girl (as Laurence B. Gottlieb) Various - True Disco (Comp) Spectrum Music (2) Europe 2006 Sell This Version