Holland, Brian and Eddie at English => English (The Britannica Concise) Of Explained:
U.S. songwriters and producers. In 1962 the Detroit-born brothers Brian (b.1941) and Eddie (b.1939) formed a team with Lamont Dozier (b.1941) which subsequently created a series of hits for almost every artist on the Motown label, and helped define its characteristic sound through blending elements of gospel music and rhythm and blues with elaborate arrangements. Their songs include "Baby Love," "Stop! In the Name of Love" (two of the seven no. 1 hits they wrote for the Supremes), "Heat Wave," "Baby I Need Your Loving," and dozens of other hits for such artists as M. Gaye and the Temptations.