Honey Love (The Drifters song)
|Single by The Drifters featuring Clyde McPhatter|
|B-side||"Warm Your Heart"|
|Genre||Rhythm and blues|
|Songwriter(s)||Clyde McPhatter / Jerry Wexler|
|Producer(s)||Ahmet Ertegun and Jerry Wexler|
|The Drifters singles chronology|
"Honey Love" is a 1954 song by The Drifters featuring Clyde McPhatter. With influences taken from calypso music, "Honey Love" was the group's third single release, fourth release on the charts and second number one single on the R&B chart.
Soon after release, the song was targeted by police in Memphis, confiscating copies of the record before they could be loaded into local jukeboxes due to their objection to what they described as 'suggestive lyrics' in the song.
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- Productions, Pore-Lee-Dunn. "_banned rock and roll - classicbands.com_". www.classicbands.com. Retrieved 2017-09-05.
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