Geff Harrison

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Geff Harrison (also known as Richie West, August 24, 1947, Manchester, United Kingdom), is an English singer-songwriter, mostly known for his bands King Ping Meh and Twenty Sixty Six And Then.[1] He created the band Modern Talking along with Dieter Bohlen.[2]

Controversy with Dieter Bohlen[change | change source]

In January 20, 1986,[2] Harrison filled a lawsuit against Dieter Bohlen claiming that he wrote English lyrics for Modern Talking and C.C.Catch, but the lawsuit was settled out of court.[1] According to the ruling of the court, Bohlen and Harrison created the group Modern Talking together.[2]

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