BILLBOARD TOP 40 HITS 1971: #94: ‘DON’T PULL YOUR LOVE’- HAMILTON, JOE FRANK & REYNOLDS

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Billboard Top 40 Hits 1971: #94: ‘Don’t Pull Your Love’- Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds. May 22, 1971.

  • Single: ‘ Don’t Pull Your Love’- Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds
  • Record Company- Dunhill
  • Genre: Pop
  • Written by Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter
  • Time: 2:42
  • B-side: ‘Funk-In Wagnal’
  • Album-Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds
  • Grade: A
  • Peaked at # 4

The rumor is that the song was originally written for Elvis- I can hear that. Dan Hamilton, Joe Frank Caroilo and Tommy Reynolds were the three members and they formed in Los Angeles. ‘Don’t Pull Your Love’ was their first hit- they would have a #1 in 1975 with ‘Fallin’ In Love.’

4 responses to “BILLBOARD TOP 40 HITS 1971: #94: ‘DON’T PULL YOUR LOVE’- HAMILTON, JOE FRANK & REYNOLDS

  1. like it a lot… I could imagine Elvis doing it, but they did a great version so who needs The King?! Great trivia question about them that’ll stump most music fans – the record label their next hit (“Fallin in Love”) came out on…. Playboy!

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