Australian singles chart:
Don’t Fall in Love entered the Kent Music Report on 1 August 1977 and peaked at #2. The song was #19 on the Top 100 of 1977.
The song is on Dreams of a Love which entered the Kent Music Report album charts on 31 October 1977 and peaked at #21.
A demo tape produced by The Ferrets caught the attention of Molly Meldrum, the talent coordinator for ABC-TV series Countdown. Molly got them signed to Mushroom Records and started producing their debut album, Dreams of a Love in July 1976.
In April 1977 they released their debut single, Robin Hood, which did not chart. After nearly a year, production of the album was still incomplete, so The Ferrets took over, assisted by recording engineers Tony Cohen and Ian MacKenzie. Meldrum was attributed as “Willie Everfinish”. In June 1977, The Ferrets released Don’t Fall in Love.
Read more: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Ferrets_(band)
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