Somehow, when I worked for Elektra in â€˜84/â€™85 , Womack & Womack passed me by. Theyâ€™d had some hits in the UK for the label, which should have tipped me off that Iâ€™d be interested. Here in the US, they never could get any traction at RnB or Pop stations. I still find it baffling. The Elektra singles â€˜Love Warsâ€™ and â€˜Strange And Funnyâ€™ were great, and seemed to fit the sound of urban radio just fine. Nonethelessâ€¦â€¦no go at US radio. Like W&W, I moved to Island in â€˜88. What a coincidence. And a repeat of the big UK/no US success pattern continued for them. This time I noticed. They were an interesting bunch, not only Cecil and Linda (who are W&W), but all the kids and their parents; the whole lot were on stage with them and seemingly constantly by their side. I was sitting in Chris Blackwellâ€™s office when the cover slick for their only Island album came up from the art department for his approval. He was credited as producer, and immediately asked the assistant delivering the slick, â€˜Why am I listed as producer?â€™. Her logical response was, â€˜Thatâ€™s how the credits came in from Lindaâ€™. He looked at me and said, â€™I’ve never even met them!â€™. She proceeded to chase down the confusion. Strange and funny indeed. Cecilâ€™s first wife was Mary Wells and second, Linda Cooke – Sam Cookeâ€™s daughter. Not a bad run. His brother of course, is Bobby. Some family right?. All of their albums are worth owning, especially CONSCIENCE, from which this track comes. It may have a touch of â€˜80 sonics, but it never fails to raise the question: â€˜Who is this?â€™, even from the most knowledgeable.