Co-charted in Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide with the original version by Loggins & Messina.
First of five singles and a self-titled EP released by the house band formed by Brian Cadd for his label Bootleg, a venture with Ron Tudor of Fable Records.
See also The Shoop Shoop Song. The band's final single (How Do I Try/Rockin' Hollywood, 1975) was issued as The Bootleg Band.
Co-charted 1973 in Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide with the Australian cover version by The Bootleg Family.
During their 1970-1976 partnership Kenny Loggins and Jim Messina released several popular albums. Your Mama Don't Dance was their biggest hit on the singles charts.
Further reading: Loggins & Messina overviews at All Music Guide.