ⓘ Don't Throw Your Love on Me So Strong

                                     

ⓘ Dont Throw Your Love on Me So Strong

Dont Throw Your Love on Me So Strong is a blues song written and recorded by Albert King. The song was first released on Bobbin Records, but it became Kings first hit record after its release on King Records in 1961.

                                     

1. Recording and release

King recorded "Dont Throw Your Love on Me So Strong" in St. Louis with Ike Turner on piano. It was originally released on Little Miltons St. Louis-based label, Bobbin Records, in October 1961. When the record sold well locally, it was leased to King Records and reissued in November 1961. The song became Albert Kings first hit single. It reached No. 14 on the Billboard R&B chart and No. 34 on the Cash Box R&B chart in December 1961.

The song appeared on Kings debut album The Big Blues, released on King Records in 1962.