You Don't Love Me No More
(Charles Blackwell)
Australia 1967
#14 Adelaide #36 Perth

Singer from Adelaide, based in Melbourne, whose biggest hit was her version of P. F. Sloan's What Am I Doing Here With You. See career biography at Milesago.

Double-sided hit in Adelaide and Perth with Come On Over To Our Place.

You Don't Love Me No More
(Charles Blackwell)
UK 1966

British singer from Dagenham, born Sandra Goodrich, who liked to appear on the telly in bare feet. Her biggest hits were There's Always Something There To Remind Me (1964), Long Live Love (1965) and the Eurovision Song Contest winner Puppet On A String (1967).

You Don't Love Me No More
(Charles Blackwell)
UK 1964
Original version

Single on Columbia label.

American-born singer who was signed to Columbia in the UK while touring with gospel choir the Alex Bradford Singers. In addition to her solo career, she was a much-used backing singer in Britain, and in the late 60s she joined Blue Mink (Melting Pot, Banner Man).
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Written by Charles Blackwell, arranger, producer and composer who worked with legendary British producer Joe Meek and produced, for example, Francoise Hardy and P. J. Proby. See also Allison Durbin - Don't Come Any Closer.

Thanks to Phil Chapman.

I Know (You Don't Love Me No More)
(Barbara George)
USA 1961
Red herring
#3 USA

Similar title but not the same song as "You Don't Love Me No More" by Bev Harrell.

Sole hit by New Orleans singer, recorded for the A.F.O. label.

Song also known as I Know (You Don't Want Me No More).

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