Tryin' to Love Two
"Tryin' to Love Two" was a hit song by R&B singer William Bell in 1977. Released from his album, Comin' Back for More, it would become his biggest hit, reaching number one on the R&B charts and crossing over to the pop charts, reaching number ten on the Billboard Hot 100. It would eventually sell over a million singles. The single was written and produced by William Bell and Paul Mitchell and was the first song recorded by Bell after a three year hiatus from recording.
"I've Got Love on My Mind" by Natalie Cole
|Billboard's Hot Soul Singles number one single
April 2, 1977
"At Midnight (My Love Will Lift You Up) by Rufus featuring Chaka Khan
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