Don't Take Your Love from Me
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|"Don't Take Your Love from Me"|
|Written by||Henry Nemo|
|Recorded by||Many artists; see #Recorded versions|
"Don't Take Your Love from Me" is a popular song written by Henry Nemo and published in 1941.Mildred Bailey first recorded this song in 1940 before publication. It was introduced that year by singer Joan Brooks.
- Mildred Bailey (1940)
- Joan Brooks (1941)
- Glen Gray (1944)
- Lena Horne (1941)
- Eddy Arnold
- Faron Young
- Johnnie Ray (1952)
- The Three Suns (1953)
- Doris Day (1956)
- Julie London (1956, on her album Lonely Girl)
- Ronnie Dio and the Prophets - Recorded live for the 1963 album Dio at Domino's.
- Rhonda Fleming (1957)
- Ike Quebec on his album Blue & Sentimental (1961)
- Frank Sinatra (1961)
- John Coltrane (released on his Standard Coltrane album in 1962)
- Etta James (1962)
- Gloria Lynne (1964)
- Della Reese - Recorded live for her 1964 album At Basin Street East.
- The Four Aces (1969)
- Frank Rosolino on his album Free For All
- Kay Starr - I Cry By Night (1997)
- Keely Smith - The Keely Smith Collection (HMV Jazz Series, 1999)
- Georgia Brown - Georgia Brown (2003)
- "Don't Take Your Love From Me", Catalog of Copyright Entires, U.S. Copyright Office, 1941, New Series, Vol. 36, No. 5, Part 3, p. 874.
- "The Complete Columbia Recordings of Mildred Bailey (Mosaic)".
- Sheet music for "Don't Take Your Love From Me", published by M. Witmark & Sons with the caption "Introduced and Featured by Joan Brooks" on the cover.
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