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Fallin' In Love" is a song recorded and released by the trio of Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds. The song was written by band member Dan Hamilton. Released in the summer of 1975, the song became the group's second Top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the . following 1971's "Don't Pull Your Love" which peaked at and it was their only song to reach the position on this chart. It was also the only pop hit for the Playboy Records label.
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Fallin' in Love is the third studio album by the band Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds and their first for Playboy Records where they signed to a year before (additionally, it took them a year to secure another record deal after they were dropped from Dunhill Records). The band's vocalist and guitarist, Dan Hamilton, wrote the majority of the material for this album (some of which he co-wrote with his wife, Ann).
This hit came from late 1975, called "Winners & Losers", from the Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds album, called "Falling in Love", which features the guest background vocals by Helen Reddy.
Song by Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds. from the album Fallin' in Love. So Good at Lovin' You". The song was covered by La Bouche in 1995 on their debut album Sweet Dreams, and sampled by Canadian rapper/singer Drake for his single "Best I Ever Had". The song was featured in the 2007 film The Hitcher. YouTube Encyclopedic.