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Sadly, we've abandoned analogue completely it seems, and most of us have been forced to compromise our listening experience as a result. Now a CD is preferred! It is what it is I guess....
Bobby Caldwell mixes creamy vocals, 80's kicks and snares and synthesized melodies to create a really moving sound. Caldwell at his best embodies the likes of Stevie Wonder, Debarge and Frank Sinatra... yet mixes in his own smooth tone, and never misses a note.
I own all of Caldwell's studio albums and this one ranks up there with "Cat In the Hat," "What You Won't Do For Love," or "August Moon." "Where Is Love" does however, have a nice Sinatra feel added to it by songs like "I Get A Kick Out Of You" amd "Don't Worry 'Bout Me."
LISTEN and BUY. Strongly recommended album.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I still don't understand why this singer isn't a bigger star. This is a wonderful collection of tunes mostly written by Mr. Caldwell.Published 15 months ago by Michael Hutchins
This is the type of music I really enjoy and just found Bobby Caldwell. The album is great for listening in the car. Most enjoyable.Published on March 27, 2014 by marjane
I've been a fan of Mr. Caldwell for many years. He can do no wrong by me. His voice, delivery, interpretation and soul makes him part of my permanent collection of great male... Read morePublished on July 6, 2013 by Victor Pond
thats one great cd & the last before his boring jazzy&old stuff tendency steal the wheel play 'shape im in _last to bring memories or mamaries of your pastPublished on January 1, 2013 by Stephane Georgakarakos
Bobby Caldwell does it again with this album. Great listening that offers a variety of tunes, melodies and vocals. Read morePublished on May 15, 2010 by Rachel Pray
I bought this album back in the nineties and this is one of Bobby Caldwells best albums. His voice paired with his composing abilities are nearly unmatched, if you enjoy well... Read morePublished on March 17, 2010 by Sven Böhlin