Rock On (Raydio album)
|Studio album by Raydio|
|Producer||Ray Parker, Jr.|
|Robert Christgau||B+ |
Like the debut, it features eight tracks, most of which were written by the guitarist. It reached a peak of number 45 on the charts and featured two singles; one of them being "You Can't Change That", which was another top ten pop hit, peaking at number 9. The other single, "More Than One Way to Love a Woman", failed to chart on pop, but did make number 25 on R&B.
All songs written by Ray Parker, Jr..
- "What You Waitin' For"
- "Hot Stuff"
- "You Can't Change That"
- "Rock On"
- "More Than One Way to Love a Woman"
- "When You're in Need of Love"
- "Going Thru School and Love"
- "Honey I'm a Star"
- Arnell Carmichael – vocals
- Ray Parker, Jr. – vocals, guitars, bass, keyboards, synthesizers
- Jack Ashford – percussion
- Norma Jean Bell, Horatio Gordon– saxophone
- Ollie E. Brown – drums, percussion, vocals
- Charles Fearing – guitars
- Ken Peterson – trumpet, vocals
- Sylvester Rivers – piano
- Larry Tolbert – drums, percussion
- Cheryl Brown, Darren Carmichael, Valorie Jones, Francis Pearlman – additional vocals
|U.S. Billboard Top LPs||45|
|U.S. Billboard Top Soul LPs||4|
|Year||Single||Peak chart positions|
|1979||"You Can't Change That"||9||3||25|
|"More Than One Way to Love a Woman"||103||25||—|