Together with singer and composer Neil Sedaka, lyricist Howard Greenfield authored a few of the most amazing pop music to emerge in the famous Brill Building. Blessed and elevated in Brooklyn, NY, in past due 1952 the 16-year-old Greenfield was presented to 13-year-old neighbor and piano prodigy Sedaka, with whom he instantly began writing music. Their collaboration continuing while Sedaka went to Juilliard and in 1958 these were the initial songwriters agreed upon to Al Nevins and Don Kirshner’s recently produced Aldon Music, where they proved helpful in the renowned Brill Building alongside such renowned groups as Carole Ruler/Gerry Goffin and Jeff Barry/Ellie Greenwich. After initial getting their “Passing Period” using the Cookies, Sedaka and Greenfield have scored their initial major pop strike with Connie Francis’ “Stupid Cupid”; in addition they sold music to Atlantic Information manufacturer Jerry Wexler for periods with Clyde McPhatter and LaVern Baker. In 1959, Sedaka agreed upon to RCA being a single artist, becoming one of the primary pop stars from the pre-British Invasion period. Jointly, he and Greenfield generated some hits — included in this “Oh! Carol,” “Stairway to Heaven,” “Calendar Gal,” “Small Devil,” “Content Birthday Sweet 16,” “NEARBY for an Angel,” as well as the chart-topping “Splitting up Is Difficult to do” — which marketed a mixed 25 million information. Although Sedaka’s single profession cooled after 1963, the duo continuing writing strikes for other performers, like the 5th Dimension’s “Workin’ on the Groovy Thing” and Tom Jones’ “Puppet Guy.” Aside from Sedaka, Greenfield also collaborated with Carole Ruler (“Crying in the torrential rain”), Helen Miller (“Foolish LITTTLE LADY,” the Shirelles’ last Top Ten strike), and Jack port Keller, his partner on “Breakin’ in a whole new Damaged Heart,” “Ev’rybody’s Somebody’s Fool,” “My Heart Includes a Brain of ITS,” and “When Someone Loves You” furthermore to themes for the tv screen hits Bewitched as well as the Soaring Nun. Although Sedaka and Greenfield finished their collaboration in 1973, 2 yrs later their music “Love COULD KEEP Us Collectively” topped the graphs for the Captain & Tennille coming to making a Grammy for Record of the entire year. He and Sedaka later on resumed their cooperation and continued composing collectively in the years to check out.