Ritchie Cordell Net Worth, Biography, Age, Weight, Height


Ritchie Cordell Net Worth

Richard Joel Rosenblatt makes how much a year? For this question we spent 3 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Musicians
Total Net Worth at the moment 2024 year – is about $45,3 Million.



Richard Joel Rosenblatt information Birth date: March 10, 1943, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States Death date: April 13, 2004, New York, United States Birth place: Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA Profession:Soundtrack

Height, Weight

:How tall is Ritchie Cordell – 1,62m.
How much weight is Ritchie Cordell – 71kg


Ritchie Cordell Net Worth
Ritchie Cordell Net Worth
Ritchie Cordell Net Worth
Ritchie Cordell Net Worth


Ritchie Cordell, born Richard Joel Rosenblatt (March 10, 1943 – April 13, 2004) was an American songwriter, singer and record producer. He wrote and produced several hits for Tommy James and The Shondells, including I Think Were Alone Now (later also recorded by Tiffany and Girls Aloud) and Mony Mony (later also recorded by Billy Idol), and co-produced Joan Jetts I Love Rock n Roll.
Biography,Rosenblatt was born in Brooklyn, New York, and started singing and playing guitar in his teens. In 1961, he was introduced to song plugger Sid Prosen, who in turn introduced him to young songwriter Paul Simon, then using the pseudonym Jerry Landis. Rosenblatt began using the name Ritchie Cordell, initially as a performer, and Landis wrote the song Tick Tock which became Cordells first single, released on the Rori label in 1962. Cordell then started writing his own material, including his single Georgiana which was arranged and produced by Landis.He worked for a time at Kama Sutra Records, but had limited success as either a writer or performer before joining Roulette Records as a staff songwriter in 1966. At Roulette, he began working with Tommy James and the Shondells, who had just had their first hit, Hanky Panky. With Sal Trimachi, Cordell co-wrote their follow-up record, Say I Am (What I Am), as on many of the groups Roulette recordings, the writing credit was shared with record company boss Morris Levy. As well as writing I Think Were Alone Now (which reached #4 on the US Hot 100 in 1967) and co-writing Mony Mony (#3 in 1968, and #1 in the UK), Cordell also wrote several lesser hits for the group.In the late 1960s he left Roulette to join Super K Productions, a company set up by producers Jerry Kasenetz and Jeffrey Katz. Cordell co-wrote several hits for the company, notably Gimme Gimme Good Lovin (co-written with Joey Levine and recorded by Crazy Elephant, 1968), and Indian Giver (co-written with Bobby Bloom and Bo Gentry, and recorded by the 1910 Fruitgum Co., 1969).In the 1970s he continued to work as a music publisher, songwriter and producer, before finding renewed success in 1981 as the co-producer of Joan Jett and the Blackhearts version of I Love Rock n Roll, which reached #1 in the US and #4 in the UK, and its eponymous album. Cordell also co-produced the Ramones 1983 album Subterranean Jungle, and worked with British post-punk band Bow Wow Wow. In 1987, he enjoyed the rare feat of having one of his songs (Tiffanys I Think Were Alone Now) replaced by another (Billy Idols Mony Mony) at the top of the US pop charts.Cordell died of pancreatic cancer in New York in 2004, at the age of 61.


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