Try My Love is an R&B studio album by Táta Vega. It is her third solo album and was released on Motown's Tamla label in late 1978. While not as critically acclaimed as her two previous albums, it received the greatest success on Billboard's Pop and R&B album charts. The double-sided single "I Just Keep Thinking About You Baby/Get It Up For Love" hit the Top 20 on Billboard's Dance Music charts. "I Just Keep Thinking About You Baby" was also a hit on Billboard's R&B charts. It was her most successful single during her Motown years.
"I Just Keep Thinking About You Baby" (Harold Johnson, Gwen Cathey) - 4:21
"Whopper Bopper Show Stopper" (Daniel Saunders) - 3:15*
"In The Morning" (Marlo Henderson) - 4:15*
As of July 2013[update], the album has not been commercially released on CD. The 12-inch version of "I Just Keep Thinking About You Baby" was released on Motown's 1996 compilation CD, Funkology, Vol. 3: Dance Divas. "Get It Up for Love" a cover of the Ned DohenyHard Candy track, has also appeared in several dance compilations, including Motown Disco: Soulful Grooves from the '70s and '80s. "Whopper Bopper Show Stopper" was a cover of the title track of the 1976 album by Jr. Walker & the All-Stars. The latter was written by All-Stars keyboardist Danny Saunders.
On February 18, 2014, the album (including five bonus tracks) was released digitally.