Lamont Dozier, prolific Motown songwriter and producer, dies at 81

Lamont Dozier, the center name of the observed Holland-Dozier-Holland group that composed and delivered "You Can't Hurry Love,"

 "Intensity Wave" and an overflow of different hits that assisted make Motown a fundamental record with companying of the 1960s and then some, has kicked the bucket at age 81.

Dozier's passing was affirmed Tuesday by Paul Lambert, who aided produce the stage melodic

 "The First Wives Club" that Holland-Dozier-Holland composed for.

In Motown's memorable, self-characterized ascend to the "Sound of Young America," 

Holland-Dozier-Holland stood apart even contrasted with such skilled friends as Smokey Robinson, Stevie Wonder and Barrett Strong. 

North of a four-year time span, 1963-67, Dozier and siblings Brian and Eddie Holland made in excess of 25 top 10 melodies and

dominated the mix of pop and cadence and blues that permitted the Detroit mark,