Lou Adler


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Birth Name: Lou Adler
Born: 12/13/1933
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, USA

Born on Dec. 13, 1933, Lou Adler was raised by his Jewish-Mexican family in the tough, largely Hispanic neighborhood of Boyle Heights in East Los Angeles. He received his earliest tutelage in the music business from producer-songwriter Robert "Bumps" Blackwell, who managed soul singer Sam Cooke. Through Blackwell, Adler learned how to construct a memorable pop song, and with fellow up-and-comer Herb Alpert, penned material for such artists as Cooke ("Wonderful World") and Jan and Dean, whom Adler also managed. In the early 1960s, he split with Alpert and joined the publishing company Aldon Music, where he became familiar with the songs of husband-and-wife writing team Carole King and Gerry G... Continue Bio >>

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