|Chanteur:||The Bellamy Brothers|
Let Your Love Flow is the title song from the Bellamy Brothers' 1976 debut album.
It was written by Larry E. Williams, a former roadie for Neil Diamond. The song was offered to Diamond who turned it down (“not his style”); the Bellamy Brothers received it and recorded one of the top records of the 70’s.
Per David Bellamy –
Neil’s drummer, Dennis St. John, told me that one of Neil’s roadies, Larry Williams, had written a song that sounded like something we would do. He sent a copy of the song to our producer, Phil Gernhard.The next day I went to Phil’s office and listened to it. I called my brother Howard and said, ‘I’ve got to play you this song!’ And when he heard it, he had the same reaction that I did. We went back in with Neil’s band and cut the song. We got the right key, the band hooked it right away and we probably didn’t do more than two or three takes on the whole session. It was the perfect song for us and became the key to our career.
The song topped the Billboard Hot 100 for a week in May of 1976. It also peaked at #2 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart & #21 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart.
Internationally, the song topped the charts in Austria, Canada, Switzerland and Germany.
The song has been regularly included in the BMI’s (Broadcast Music Inc) top 100 songs of the 20th century.
Written By Larry E. Williams
Release Date February 14, 1976
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|Produit:||Tony Scotti , Phil Gernhard|
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6.6/10 (Votes: 2568)
|Mots clés:||Pop Country|
Producers Phil Gernhard
Writers David Bellamy
|Liste de chansons:||
Rainy, Windy, Sunshine (Roadeo Road)
Let Fantasy Live
Highway 2-18 (Hang On To Your Dreams)
Let Your Love Flow
Livin' In The West
I'm The Only Sane Man Left Alive
Inside Of My Guitar