Never Too Much is the debut solo album by American R&B/soul singer Luther Vandross, released in 1981 (see 1981 in music). It peaked at number nineteen on the Billboard 200 (then known as Pop Albums), peaked at #1 on the R&B Albums chart, and went double platinum by the RIAA. The album earned Vandross two Grammy Award nominations in 1982—"Best New Artist" and "Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male".
The album's title track topped the Black Singles chart for two weeks. Also, his rendition of Dionne Warwick's 1964 "A House Is Not a Home" became one his signature songs, while it received attention for its transformation into an "epic" since its duration was extended to seven minutes.
All songs written by Luther Vandross; except "A House Is Not a Home" written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David
- Luther Vandross: Lead and Background Vocals
- Tawatha Agee, Phillip Ballou, Michelle Cobbs, Cissy Houston, Yvonne Lewis, Sybil Thomas, Fonzi Thornton, Brenda King and Norma Jean Wright: Background Vocals
- Nat Adderley, Jr.: Keyboards, Background Vocals
- Ed Walsh: Synthesizers
- Steve Love, Georg "Jojje" Wadenius: Guitars
- Anthony Jackson, Marcus Miller: Bass
- Buddy Williams: Drums
- Errol "Crusher" Bennett, Bashiri Johnson: Congas, Percussion
- Billy King: Congas
- Horns and Strings arranged by Paul Riser and Leon Pendarvis