Without Your Love (Roger Daltrey song)

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"Without Your Love"
Single by Roger Daltrey
from the album McVicar
Released 1980
Recorded 1980
Genre Soft rock
Length 3:17
Label Polydor
Writer(s) Billy Nicholls
Producer(s) Jeff Wayne
Roger Daltrey singles chronology
"'Free Me'"
(1980)
"'Without Your Love'"
(1980)
"'Walking in My Sleep'"
(1984)

"Without Your Love" is a song released in 1980 by Roger Daltrey of The Who written by Billy Nicholls and was a hit for him on his album McVicar. The song was written for the soundtrack of the film McVicar, a bio-pic of English bank robber John McVicar, that was produced by Daltrey and also featured him in the starring role.

The single was produced by Jeff Wayne and recorded at Advision Studios, London with Daltrey's vocals recorded at Air Studios, Montserrat, West Indies.

Tracklist[edit]

US release[1]
  • "Without Your Love" (3:17)
  • "Escape Part 1" (3:58) - B-side
Belgium release
  • "Without Your Love"
  • "Say It Ain't So, Joe"
Spain release
  • "Without Your Love"
  • "Say It Ain't So, Joe"
Netherlands release[2]
  • "Without Your Love"
  • "My Time Is Gonna Come"

Charts[edit]

"Without Your Love" was released as a single in the United States, and in various European countries in 1980 and peaked at No. 20 on the Billboard Hot 100.[3]). It was also a minor hit in the UK reaching #55 in the UK Singles Chart and was a big hit in the Netherlands reaching #2 there.

Charts (1980) Peak
position
Dutch Singles Chart 2
US Billboard Hot 100 20
UK Singles Chart 55

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Without Your Love" - US release on Discogs
  2. ^ "Without Your Love" - Netherlands release on Discogs
  3. ^ Jancik, Wayne (1998). The Billboard Book of One-Hit Wonders. New York: Billboard Books, page 403 ISBN 0-8230-7622-9

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