Bob Arthur

Real Name:
Arnold Brodsky
American producer, engineer and singer/songwriter, born in Brooklyn, New York.
Opened his own studio Century Sound Studios in the late 60s where Neil Diamond's "Brooklyn Roads", Van Morrison's "Astral Weeks" LP and Evie Sands' breakthrough hit "Any Way That You Want Me" were recorded. He went onto open 914 Sound Studios in the 70 and extended his already substantial client list.
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Writing & Arrangement

MGM 1381 Brooks Arthur - My World Is Slipping Away album art Connie Francis Till We're Together (as Bob Arthur) Connie Francis - My World Is Slipping Away(7", Single, Promo) MGM Records MGM 1381 UK 1968 Sell This Version