Promise Me the Moon is a studio album by The David Sanborn Band, released in December 1977 through Warner Bros. Records and reissued by Wounded Bird Records many years later. The album reached number 27 on Billboard's Jazz Albums chart.
Never Let Me Go is the eighth studio album (ninth overall) by American R&B recording artist Luther Vandross, released on May 26, 1993 in North America by Epic. It was his first studio album not to chart at #1 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. The title track was originally recorded by Johnny Ace. The album became the third consecutive top-ten album on the Billboard 200 for Vandross, peaking at number six. His cover of the Bee Gees hit, "How Deep Is Your Love" was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance at the 36th Grammy Awards in March 1994. Additionally, album cuts "Little Miracles (Happen Every Day)" and "Heaven Knows" received nominations in the Best R&B Song category.
Celebrate Me Home is the debut solo album from Kenny Loggins, released in 1977. The album, Loggins' first since splitting from Loggins and Messina, represents a slight move away from the folk-rock leanings of his previous recordings towards a more polished, soft rock sound. Despite featuring production by famed Billy Joel collaborator Phil Ramone and jazz keyboardist Bob James, Celebrate Me Home (eventually certified platinum by the RIAA) failed to make a significant impact on the Billboard album charts, peaking at number 27. Loggins would experience greater commercial and chart success with his next album release, Nightwatch.
Beau Williams (born January 6, 1950) is an American gospel singer from Texas. Through Light Records he released an album Wonderful, whose title track became a number one gospel hit. Williams' albums with Capitol Records include a self-titled album in 1982, Stay With Me (1983), Bodacious! (1984), No More Tears (1986).