BILLBOARD TOP 40 HITS 1971: #200: ‘WHERE DID OUR LOVE GO’- DONNIE ELBERT

Billboard Top 40 Hits 1971: #200: ‘Where Did Our Love Go’- Donnie Elbert. October 16, 1971. Peaked at #15 in Billboard Hot 100.

  • Single: ‘Where Did Our Love Go’- Donnie Elbert
  • Record Company- All Platinum
  • Genre: Soul
  • Written by Dozier, Holland, Dozier
  • Time: 3:08
  • B side: ‘That’s If You Love Me’
  • Album- Where Did Our Love Go’
  • Grade: B-
  • Peaked at #15 13 weeks in Billboard Hot 100.

Donnie Elbert- was born in 1936- in New Orleans- raised in Buffalo. Elbert was an R&B singer-songwriter. He had 5 Hot 100 hits and 2 which cracked the Top 40- this was his biggest hit- a remake of The Supremes #1 hit. Elbert died in 1989 at the age of 52.

3 responses to “BILLBOARD TOP 40 HITS 1971: #200: ‘WHERE DID OUR LOVE GO’- DONNIE ELBERT

    • When I saw this was a remake of a very familiar song- my first thought was why? but when I listened to it- had to like it. I’d never heard it until now.

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