Showing posts with label Lobo. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Lobo. Show all posts

Sep 1, 2019

Where Were You When I Was Falling In Love by Lobo (1979)

Where Were You When I Was Falling In Love by Lobo (1979)
"Where Were You When I Was Falling In Love" is a popular song written by Sam Lorber, Jeff Silbar, and Steve Jobe, and released as a single in July 1979 by the musician Lobo. It peaked at #23 on the Billboard Hot 100 and became Lobo's fourth and final #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart, which it topped for two weeks in September/October 1979.


Dec 8, 2018

Lobo - Holding On For Dear Love (1980)


Lobo - Holding On For Dear Love (1980)
In 1979 Lobo was signed to MCA Records, where he worked with producer Bob Montgomery, releasing the single "Where Were You When I Was Falling In Love", which reached #23. The song also reached #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart. He also released his first US album in four years, Lobo. Other singles for Curb were "Holding On For Dear Love", "With A Love Like Ours", and "Fight Fire With Fire".



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Jan 1, 2015

Lobo - I'd Love You To Want Me

Lobo -  I'd Love You To Want Me
"I'd Love You to Want Me" is the title of a popular song from 1972 by Lobo (the stage name of Kent LaVoie). He wrote the song, which appears on his album Of a Simple Man.

Released as a single in the fall of 1972, "I'd Love You to Want Me" was the singer's highest charting hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it spent two weeks at number two in November of that year. It was kept from the top spot by Johnny Nash's hit song, "I Can See Clearly Now". The song also spent one week at number one on the Billboard easy listening chart, Lavoie's second of four songs to achieve this feat.

When originally released in the United Kingdom in 1972, the song failed to reach the UK Singles Chart; however, a re-release of the single in 1974, on the UK label, peaked at #5.

The song also topped music charts in Australia (Kent Music Report, two weeks), Canada (RPM Magazine, one week) and Germany (Media Control Charts, 13 weeks in 1973-1974).