Harold Spiro

Born 25 June 1925. Died 11 December 1996
Harold Spiro
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1925-06-25
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Harold Spiro

Harold Spiro Biography (Wikipedia)

Harold Jacob Spiro (25 June 1925 – 11 December 1996) was an English songwriter. He is best known for his co-writing with Valerie Avon, particularly the song "Long Live Love" (1974) performed by Olivia Newton-John, which was the UK's entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1974.

He won an Ivor Novello Award for Best Novel or Unusual Song for co-writing "Nice One Cyril".

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