Don't Knock My Love" is a hit song performed by R&B singer Wilson Pickett and written by Pickett with Brad Shapiro. Released in the spring of 1971 from the album of the same title, it spent a week at number-one on the and peaked at #13 on the Billboard Best Selling Soul Singles Chart Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart. The song, which was produced under a [1 ] funk tempo, would be Pickett's last number-one single and one of his last hits for Atlantic Records.
Marvin Gaye and Diana Ross version [ edit ]
The best known cover version of this song was recorded by
Diana Ross and Marvin Gaye for their 1973 duet album, . It peaked at #46 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart and #25 on the Hot Soul Singles Chart. Diana & Marvin
Personnel [ edit ]
Wilson Pickett version [ edit ]
Lead vocals by
Wilson Pickett Instrumentation by assorted musicians
Produced by Wilson Pickett
Diana Ross and Marvin Gaye version [ edit ]
Other Versions [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles: 1942-2004. Record Research. p. 461.