Louis Gottlieb (Louis E. Gottlieb)

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Los Angeles, California, USA
Composer, singer, author, bassist and arranger, educated at the University of California (Ph.D.). He was a member and arranger of the Gateway Singers and also an arranger for the Kingston Trio. Between 1949 and 1965 he was a member of the Limeliters vocal group as a singer, bassist and arranger, and appeared in concerts at colleges, in night clubs and on television, and made many records. He was a partner in the Stan Yan Publishing Company. Joining ASCAP in 1961, his popular-song compositions included "Monaco", "Let's Have a Party", "Western Wind", "Vikki Dugan", "Mount Zion", and "Round About the Mountain". Read more...


Character: Himself

Revolution 1968

Character: Party Guru

Blume in Love 1973