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Love's Black and White was an original song whose first verse and chorus was sung by Bill Kenwright in Episode 794 (24th July 1968) of Coronation Street in character as Gordon Clegg. The song was produced by Kenwright, outside of his activities on the programme as part of his long-standing attempt to establish a music career for himself alongside his acting. Written by John Pantry and Bernie Woods it arranged by Lew Warburton. Due to be released on 9th August 1968, Kenwright played a demo of the song to the producers of the programme who were impressed enough to write it into the episode as an original composition of Gordon's. Singing it to Lucille Hewitt, Emily Nugent and Dickie and Audrey Fleming they apparently knew it well enough to join in with the chorus and Lucille even remarked that, "you ought to make a record of that!"
The eventual single failed to chart.