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Backing Vocals – Lisa FischerGuitar – Mark WhitfieldKeyboards, Programmed By, Backing Vocals – Chris WalkerLead Vocals – Brent CarterProgrammed By – Doug Grigsby III Written-By – Chris Walker. Drums – Troy Davis (2)Electric Bass – Roland GuerinGuitar – Mark WhitfieldKeyboards – Greg Curtis Keyboards, Programmed By – Thomas DawsonPercussion – Daryl BurgeeWritten-By – Thomas Dawson.
The Sweet was a compilation album released as Sweet's debut album in the US and Canada, substituting for the 1971 UK album Funny How Sweet Co-Co Can Be. (The band's second album, Sweet Fanny Adams was also not given a US release, but tracks from that and the band's third album Desolation Boulevard were combined on the US version of that album to compensate for this.
Mark Whitfield (born October 6, 1966) is an American jazz guitarist. Whitfield was born in Lindenhurst, New York. He has worked with Jack McDuff, Jimmy Smith, Courtney Pine, Nicholas Payton, and Chris Botti. In 2000, Whitfield released an instructional guitar video titled Mark Whitfield: Star Licks Master Sessions for Star Licks Productions. In 2017, he shot a series of instructional videos entitled Mark Whitfield: Land the Gig. The Marksman (Warner Bros. Patrice (Warner Bros.
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Listen to For Your Sweet Love right now. The record contained some interesting song choices by Nelson as he addressed the challenge of how to move beyond the teen market that had been his bread and butter for so long. He tried a version of Ray Charles’ ‘I Got A Woman,’ for example, and a Hal David lyric, but not one with a Burt Bacharach melody. Whereas Imperial’s Best Sellers By Rick Nelson and It’s Up To You were modest sellers with brief chart runs, For Your Sweet Love restored him to the higher chart ground. In a 19-week span, it peaked at No. 20, although it turned out to be his penultimate top 20 album chart appearance, followed early the next year by Rick Nelson Sings ‘For You’. After that, it would be six years before he made the album countdown again. By then, he had fearlessly embraced a country rock style that was in quite some contrast to his earlier pop confections.
|Sweet, Sweet Love (Radio Edit)||3:59|
|Sweet, Sweet Love (Album Version)||4:54|
|Sweet, Sweet Love (Instrumental)||4:53|
|PRO-A-6255||Mark Whitfield||Sweet, Sweet Love (12", Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||PRO-A-6255||US||1993|
|PRO-CD-6255||Mark Whitfield||Sweet Sweet Love (CD, Single, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||PRO-CD-6255||US||1993|