So smooth, cool, & suave! Hope ya’ll enjoy Bill Wither’s performance of “Just The Two of Us”. Thought I’d also include Regina Belle’s brilliant rendition. Sometimes it hits different when a woman sings it 🙂 None the less nothing beats the original, both are wonderful.
Bobby Caldwell was likely destined to be an entertainer. The son of Bob and R.H. Caldwell, longtime singers and dancers who were also the hosts of an early TV variety show, Suppertime, he was raised in a world surrounded by great entertainers and classic music. Exposed by his parents to opera, jazz, swing, blues, folk and other popular forms of music, he developed an early appreciation for the different architectures of various types of music — an appreciation that would later help him to move from soul to adult contemporary to smooth jazz to big band sounds during his career.
Song Title: What You Won't Do for Love
Artist: Bobby Caldwell
Release Date: December 1978
Record Label: Clouds
Oh man, oldies really puts me on a high. As an artist, sometimes I envision myself sampling old school songs in my own music. I always thought that would be fun. The idea of bringing old school music back to today’s generation sounds refreshing. Definitely something new but something to consider. In the meanwhile, hope ya’ll enjoy this.