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To be taken seriously as an R&B group and to shake the stigma of their nursery rhyme hit "Jack and Jill" (their debut single), Raydio answers the call on this album with two Billboard R&B singles. The first is "You Can't Change That," a laid-back yet very danceable track; it features the vocals of the mild-tempered Ray Parker, Jr. and the distinctive tenor of Arnell Carmichael. The two alternate between the verses, and Carmichael ad libs in the vamp. "You Can't Change That" resided on the R&B charts for 19 weeks, peaking at number three; it also reached the number nine position on the pop charts. The follow-up single, "More Than One Way to Love a Woman," was a midtempo track that made it to the 25th spot on the R&B charts after a 13-week run.