Not Too Late for Love

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"Not Too Late for Love"
Single by Beverley Knight
from the album Affirmation
Released 27 September 2004
Format Single
Recorded 2004
Genre R&B/Soul
Length 3:55 (Radio edit)
4:22 (Album version)
Label Parlophone
Writer(s) Beverley Knight
Chris Braide
Producer(s) Chris Braide
Beverley Knight singles chronology
"Come As You Are"
(2003)
"Not Too Late for Love"
(2004)
"Keep This Fire Burning"
(2005)
Alternative cover
UK CD: 2 single cover

"Not Too Late for Love" is the second single from Beverley Knight's fourth studio album, Affirmation. The single reached #11 in the airplay chart and peaked at #31 in the UK Singles Chart. At that time, it was her lowest chart position since "Sista Sista" in 1999. However this has since been eclipsed by the 2007 single, "No Man's Land" (co-written by Eg White and Jimmy Hogarth), which peaked at #43 becoming her lowest chart position in nine years, and "After You", which charted at #131, both of which are from Music City Soul, her 2007 album.

Track list[edit]

CD 1
  1. "Not Too Late for Love" (radio edit)
  2. "Remember Me"
CD 2
  1. "Not Too Late for Love" (radio edit)
  2. "Spin"
  3. "Sweet Thing" (Live for BBC Radio 2)
  4. "Not Too Late for Love" (video)

Charts[edit]

Chart (2004) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart 31

Personnel[edit]

  • Written by Beverley Knight and Chris Braide
  • Produced by Chris Braide
  • Engineered and mixed by Mark "Tufty" Evans
  • Assistant engineer: Paul Stanborough
  • All vocals by Beverley Knight
  • All instruments by Chris Braide
  • Recorded at the Area 21, London

Video[edit]

The promo video for "Not Too Late for Love" was directed by Tim Royes and released in early September 2004. Some shots were of Beverley in a more urban city environment and the other shots were of Beverley in a golden wheat field.

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