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Nothing Can Change This Love / Somebody Have Mercy

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GenreR&B * Doo-Wop,Soul

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"Nothing Can Change This Love" is a song by American singer-songwriter Sam Cooke, released on September 11, 1962 by RCA Victor. Produced by Hugo & Luigi and arranged and conducted by René Hall, the song was the B-side to "Somebody Have Mercy". The song peaked at number two on Billboard‍‍ '‍s Hot R&B Singles chart, and also charted at number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Cooke had first attempted to record "Nothing Can Change This Love" in an earlier session on February 15, 1962, with a decidedly more doo-wop flair. Recorded the night before he was to return to the road for tours, Cooke was determined to record the song, but was unable to get into the RCA studio until past midnight. The song was recorded in eight takes.

RCA issued the song as a single two and a half weeks later, and its sales rivaled that of Cooke's most recent success, "Bring It on Home to Me".

Additional Information

Tuotenumero 29178
Kuntokansi VG++: Kuin uusi
Kuntolevy VG++: Kuin uusi
Aluekoodi No
Media Käytetty 7 single/EP
Tuottaja RCA 47-8088
Vuosi 1962
Kesto No
Country of Manufacture United States

Cooke Sam: 
Nothing Can Change This Love / Somebody Have Mercy (Käytetty 7 single/EP)

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"Nothing Can Change This Love" is a song by American singer-songwriter Sam Cooke, released on September 11, 1962 by RCA Victor. Produced by Hugo & Luigi and arranged and conducted by René Hall, the song was the B-side to "Somebody Have Mercy". The song peaked at number two on Billboard‍‍ '‍s Hot R&B Singles chart, and also charted at number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Cooke had first attempted to record "Nothing Can Change This Love" in an earlier session on February 15, 1962, with a decidedly more doo-wop flair. Recorded the night before he was to return to the road for tours, Cooke was determined to record the song, but was unable to get into the RCA studio until past midnight. The song was recorded in eight takes.

RCA issued the song as a single two and a half weeks later, and its sales rivaled that of Cooke's most recent success, "Bring It on Home to Me".