Turn Your Love Around is a song by the American singer George Benson.
It was created to complete his album The George Benson Collection.
This album has been recorded throughout the years 1968-1981 as it contains hits from many other albums.
This includes, besides Turn Your Love Around, Give Me the Night, Never Give Up On A Good Thing, White Rabbit, Cast Your Fate To The Wind, Love All The Hurt Way, The Greatest Love Of All, Last Train To Clarksville, Moody's Mood, Nature Boy, Breezin, This Masquerade, Living Inside Your Love, We Got The Love, Love Ballad and Here Comes The Sun.
The album was released through Warner Bros in 1981 and it was a two-record set.
Having sold many copies, it was certified gold in the United States.
The jazz and R&B album was produced by Michael Masser, Creed Taylor, Jay Graydon, Tommy LiPuma, Arif Mardin, and the great producer Quincy Jones.
The free Turn Your Love Around piano sheets are a mix of vocal pop and R&B.
It reached number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the soul charts in the US.
The song was present in top ten of the jazz chart as well as in Canada.
It was named the 27th biggest song of the year of its release, 1982.
The free Turn Your Love Around piano sheet music was written by Steve Lukather, Bill Champlin, Jay Graydon and also produced by the latter.
According to him, the inspiration for the song came only four days before he had to complete the album The George Benson Collection.
A sample of Turn Your Love Around appeared on Not Tonight, Lil Kim's album, and also on Da.Yo.Ne from East End X Yuri, which sold one million copies in Japan in 1994.
The single stands as one of the first to have a Linn LM-1 drum machine. It was programmed by the session drummer Jeff Porcaro.
Turn Your Love Around received a Grammy Award for Best R&B Song, the winners being the writers: Steve Lukather, Jay Graydon, and Bill Champlin.
A hit from the 1980s, this single has been covered even decades after its initial release in October 1981.
Its B-Side was Nature Boy, also a successful song. A mixture of pop and R&B, the song runs a duration of 3:50 minutes.