Jamie Cullum - Everlasting Love

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Music video by Jamie Cullum performing Everlasting Love. 

(C) 2004 Universal Classics & Jazz

"Everlasting Love" is a song written by Buzz Cason and Mac Gayden, originally a 1967 hit for Robert Knight and since remade several times, most successfully by the Love Affair, as well as Town Criers, Carl Carlton and Sandra. In 1989, U2 released a version of "Everlasting Love" as a B-side on various formats of the "All I Want Is You" single.

The original version of "Everlasting Love" was recorded in Nashville by Robert Knight, whose producers Buzz Cason and Mac Gayden aimed to record him in a Motown style with especial reference to the Four Tops and the Temptations. Ultimately "Everlasting Love" was released as an A-side for Knight and reached #13 in 1967. Subsequently, the song has reached the US Top 40 three times, most successfully by Carl Carlton, who peaked at #6 in 1974, with more moderate success afforded later remakes by Rex Smith and Rachel Sweet (#32/ 1981) and Gloria Estefan (#27/ 1995).

In the UK "Everlasting Love" was covered by the Love Affair and achieved #1 status in January 1968. Although that version eclipsed the Robert Knight original, which stalled at #40, Knight's version was reissued in 1974 and reached #19 UK. Also in 1968, a cover by the Australian group, Town Criers, reached #2 in the Australian charts.
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