Eloise Laws is part of the talented Laws clan that includes her siblings Ronnie Laws ("Every Generation" and "Always There"), Debra Laws ("Very Special") and Hubert Laws. Her solo career began at Invictus Records with the legendary Holland-Dozier-Holland production and writing team. That partnership yielded no significant hits but several memorable tracks including "Ain't It Good Feeling Good" and "Put A Little Love In It". Eloise Laws came in 1980, a few years after the HDH deal ended, and was produced largely by the late Linda Creed, writer of the anthem "Greatest Love Of All" as well as the quiet storm classic "Betcha By Golly Wow". Though the album features the Top 40 R&B chart single "Strength Of A Woman", it is a surprisingly MOR effort. Eloise has a lovely voice and sounds good in any setting but it seems like the naturally soulful quality of her singing was toned down a bit for this album. It is dominated by pop crossover fare like the ballads "Moment To Moment" and "Let's Find Those Two People Again." The duet version of the Stylistics'' "You Are Everything" (also written by Linda Creed) is the standout.
Side One Let's Find Those Two People Again Strength Of A Woman Almost All The Way To Love I'm Just Warmin' Up You Are Everything
Side Two Moment To Moment Got You Into My Life If I Don't Watch Out Search, Find