20/20 is a studio album by George Benson, released on the Warner Bros. record label in 1985. The lead single by the same name reached #48 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA. "You Are the Love of My Life" is a duet with Roberta Flack; it was one of numerous songs used for Eden Capwell and Cruz Castillo on the American soap opera Santa Barbara. Also included on 20/20 is the original version of the song "Nothing's Gonna Change My Love for You" which would later become a smash hit for Hawaiian singer Glenn Medeiros.
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|Released||January 7, 1985|
|Recorded||1984 at Amigo Studios, North Hollywood, A&M Studios, Hollywood; Atlantic Studios, New York City; A&R Recording, New York City; Automated Sound Studios, New York City; Grand Slam Studios, New Jersey; Devonshire Sound Studios, North Hollywood; Bossa Nova Hotel; Village Recorders, Los Angeles; Bill Schnee Studios, Hollywood; Rosebud Recording, New York City; The Hit Factory, New York City; Avatar Studios, New York City; Sigma Sound Studios, New York City; House of Music, Orange, NJ; The Review Room; New York City|
|Genre||Smooth jazz, pop, R&B|
|Producer||Russ Titelman, Michael Masser, Daniel Sembello, Michael Sembello|
|George Benson chronology|
Songwriters on the album include: Clif Magness, Mark Mueller, Tom Keane, James Newton Howard, Steve Lukather, Cruz Sembello, Daniel Sembello, Jon Sembello, Michael Sembello, Michael Masser, Gerry Goffin, Charles Trenet, Jack Lawrence, Cecil Womack, Linda Womack, Randy Goodrum, Steve Kipner, Neil Larsen, and Linda Creed.