Bobby Caldwell (reissued on CD as What You Won't Do for Love) is the debut album by singer and songwriter Bobby Caldwell. The album was released in 1978 on the Clouds imprint of TK Records. All tracks written by Bobby Caldwell except where noted. Bobby Caldwell – vocals, keyboards, guitar, bass. Benny Latimore – keyboards. Alfons Kettner – guitar. Steve Mealy – guitar. George "Chocolate" Perry– bass. Richie Velazquez – bass.
Shades of Magic Series. 3 primary works, 4 total works. Kell is one of the last Antari―magicians with a rare, coveted ability to travel between parallel Londons; Red, Grey, White, and, once upon a time, Black. Officially he serves the Maresh Empire as an ambassador. Unofficially he’s a smuggler, an occupation through which Kell is tricked into unleashing dark magic across the Londons. Can he prevent t. ore. Book 1. A Darker Shade of Magic.
The album features a who’s who of artists that are obviously too great to be on this or any soundtrack, including The Rolling Stones, Frank Sinatra, and Annie Lennox, whose cover of the 1956 classic "I Put A Spell On You" makes the perfect opening for the soundtrack. Jessie Ware’s amazingly bluesy "Meet Me In The Middle" makes me want to listen to Jessie Ware’s entire catalog - it may be the best original song on the album and is reminiscent of Sade. She is not Sade, I repeat, she is not Sade. The remix of 'Crazy in Love' is better than the original. The album is good enough that I’m second-guessing my decision to eschew all things Grey. I definitely won’t read the books, and I won’t be at the theater on opening night.