Peabo Bryson's final album for Elektra was largely undistinguished, although he sang with more conviction and got better material and production than on most of his other Elektra albums. He scored another hit with a familiar weapon: the duet. This time his partner was Regina Belle, with whom he would enjoy more success on another soundtrack project. Their single "Without You" wasn't an instant hit, but eventually proved the best thing about the flop film Leonard, Pt. 6.
by Ron Wynn