“The dead perfect pitch, the high, sandy tone, the world-weary waver at the end of a line; Wynne excels on ballads like ‘Love Don't Love Nobody’ or ‘Sadie’, and the reason for this becomes clear. Philippé doesn't so much sing a song as recount it. His vocals are at once the performance and the commentary. The matter-of-fact delivery only makes the deep emotional payload more deadly. Instead of wringing the guts out of a song, he allows a pressure to build up as he tries to keep things easy, until, the rest of the Spinners vamping, he shoots away from the tune, improvising and testifying.” Davitt Sigerson writing in Black Music in 1976.See also Richard Williams’ terrific post on this track at thebluemoment (https://thebluemoment.com/2015/04/20/love-dont-love-nobody/).