JERRY LEIBER born 1933 a great Bluesfan used his knowledge at work in a Record Shop and
MIKE STOLLER (born 1933) worked as Jazz-Pianist before they met to became a famous
Songwriter - Producer Duo in the early 50s.
After a long time the first biggest and long time successful songs became Kansas City &
Hound Dog recorded by The BEATLES, BIG MAMA THORNTON, ELVIS and and and...
The founded own label SPARK releasing and producing R&B group The ROBINS which became
The COASTERS some years later.
For the R&B label ATLANTIC RECORDS they worked as producers and songwriters with artists
like RUTH BROWN ; DRIFTERS ; BEN E.KING ; LAVERN BAKER or COASTERS to name a few
of the better knowns. They wrote also songs for ELVIS ; DION or PEGGY LEE.
In the 70s it became a little more quiet around them, active for a short time in Great Britain producing
some new bands.
BOBBY NUNN & The ROBBINS - Thats what the good Book says
CHARLES BROWN - Hard Times 1952
BULL MOOSE JACKSON - Nosey Joe 1952
AMOS MILBURN - Flying Home 1952
ROY HAWKINS - Glolom and Misery all around
The DU DROPPERS - Bam Balam 1953
JIMMY WITHERSPOON - Real ugly Woman 1951
LITTLE ESTHER - Mainliner 1952
LITTLE WILLIE LITTLEFIELD - Kansas City aka KC Lovin 1952
LITTLE MICKEY CHAMPION - Lovin Jim 1952
SAM Highpockets HENDERSON - Too bad sweet Mama 1954
The ROBINS - Ten Days in Jail 1954
MILT TRENIER - Squeeze me 1953
BIG MAMA THORNTON - I smell a Rat 1954
JOE LIGGINS - Yeah Yeah Yeah 1954
WILLY & RUTH - Come a little bit closer 1954
The HONEY BEARS - Its a Miracle 1954
The CHEERS - Bazoom (I need your lovin) 1954
VICKI YOUNG - Riot in Cell Block # 9 1954
FREDDIE BELL & The BELL BOYS - Hound Dog 1954
JACK CARDWELL - Whadaya want 1955
ELLA MAE MORSE - Down in Mexico 1956
YOUNG JESSIE - Hot Dog 1955
LARRY EVANS - What about Love 1956
ETTA JAMES - Tears of Joy 1956
The DRIFTERS - Ruby Baby 1956
FRANKIE MARSHALL - If its the last Thing I do 1956
EDITH PIAF - LHomme a la Moto (Black Denim Trousers and Motorcycle boots) 1956