Barry White's wife served as the inspiration of his second number one hit, "Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe." The singer/songwriter/arranger/producer felt some pressure to continue his winning streak after having two consecutive gold albums (I've Got So Much to Give, Stone Gon') and the million-selling number one R&B/top three pop single "I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little More Baby." The success took him from sleeping off the floor of his small office to purchasing two expensive homes in the San Fernando Valley. Wanting to get away from recording in Hollywood, White chose to record tracks for his third album at Whitney Recording Studios in suburban Glendale, CA. He applied his usual perfectionism to the track. After telling his usual rhythm section of Ray Parker Jr., Wah Wah Watson, Dean Parks, David T. Walker, drummer Ed Greene, and Wilton Felder of the Crusaders to take a break, he listened to the track for "Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe." When the musicians returned, he instructed them in what changes to make. White had a well-earned reputation for listening to tracks and making the necessary changes to ensure that they'd be hits. He was often invited to various recording sessions to assess the music. The Maestro's skills took him to another level with the million-selling "Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe" holding the number one R&B spot for three weeks and topping the pop charts in fall 1974. The Can't Get Enough album went gold, hitting number one on both R&B and pop charts, while yielding another number one R&B single, "You're My First, The Last, My Everything."