Carlton's original recording of "Everlasting Love" was issued as the B-side of the single "I Wanna Be Your Main Squeeze"; the track (i.e. "Everlasting Love") was then issued in July as an A-side after having been given a disco style remix, and became a discothèque favorite before breaking on the Hot in September to proceed to a #6 peak that November, almost reaching the R&B Top 10 .
His cover of "Everlasting Love" (a hit for Robert Knight) was his pop breakthrough in fall That track and its slow-burn flip side, "I Wanna Be Your Main Squeeze," was produced by Papa Don (James & Bobby Purify's "I'm Your Puppet"). The rest of the album, produced by Bob Monaco, consists mostly of cleverly arranged remakes.9/
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