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Hodges, James And Smith - Don't Take Away Your Love / Since I Fell For You/I'm Falling In Love Album

Hodges, James And Smith - Don't Take Away Your Love / Since I Fell For You/I'm Falling In Love Album

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Performer: Hodges, James And Smith
Title: Don't Take Away Your Love / Since I Fell For You/I'm Falling In Love
Country: US
Released: 1977
Style: Disco
Category: Soul - Funk
Rating: 4.1
Catalog #: DISCO 3004
Label: London Disco

Tracklist

1Don't Take Away Your Love
Written-By – H. B. Barnum, J. Clay
8:26
2Since I Fell For You / I'm Falling In Love
Written-by [I'm Falling In Love] – W. M. StevensonWritten-by [Since I Fell For You] – B. Johnson
10:30


Credits

  • Arranged ByRichard Henn
  • ProducerWilliam Mickey Stevenson


Notes

A Publisher: El Patricio Music (BMI)
B Publisher: Warner Bros. Music (ASCAP)/Mikim Music (BMI)
From the LP: What's On Your Mind - PS 685
A Master Production
℗ 1977 London Records, Inc.
© 1976 London Records Inc.

No side indicators on release.

The single was promoted to clubs as a double A side and the group also appeared on TV shows performing 'Don't Take Away Your Love'.


Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Don't Take Away Your Love): ZCL 8192-12
  • Matrix / Runout (Since I Fell For You / I'm Falling In Love): ZCL 8193-12
  • Other (Rights Societies): BMI ASCAP


Album

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