Bert Russell was a songwriting pseudonym utilized by the legendary maker Bert Berns, especially early in his profession. (His name was Bertrand Russell Berns.) Early partnerships with Phil Medley — which created the best-known “Bert Russell” track, the Isley Brothers’ “Twist and Shout” — and Jerry Ragovoy frequently presented Russell credits. By enough time Berns began his personal label, Bang, he was chiefly heading by his personal name. It hasn’t been fully described why Berns utilized pseudonyms in early stages (he also performed like a singer beneath the name Russell Byrd), but his family members offers speculated that his parents and family members disapproved so highly of rock and roll & move and R&B that he was hesitant to take complete credit for his function.
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