Eric Kaz

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Eric Justin Kaz (born January 21, 1946[1]) is an American singer-songwriter born in Brooklyn, New York. [2] Besides his solo work, Kaz was a member of Blues Magoos for their fourth and fifth albums, Never Goin' Back to Georgia and Gulf Coast Bound.[3] Kaz had many accolades and awards from ASCAP and CMA, top-ten hits in pop and R&B, number one country hits by George Strait and many others, as well as adult contemporary hits, including the number one hit song 'That's What Love is All About' by Michael Bolton. [4]

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Although Eric Kaz never achieved great commercial success as a performer, he has consistently been in the spotlight as a songwriter through the decades. [5] [6] Among his most popular compositions are:


He also provided music, including the memorable theme song, for Brian De Palma's 1968 and 1970 films Greetings and Hi, Mom! (both starring Robert De Niro).

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  1. ^ Songwriters. A biographical dictionary with discographies, by Nigel Harrison, McFarland & Co., Jefferson, North Carolina (1998)
  2. ^ songs and biography
  3. ^ Allmusic Review. Retrieved 10 Jan 2018.
  4. ^ personal notes
  5. ^ allmusic songs
  6. ^ discography
  7. ^ Love Has No Pride, info, covered 2010