Personnel: Horatio Gordon (flute); Ken Peterson (trumpet, flugelhorn); Herbie Hancock (piano); Gary Coleman (vibraphone); Ollie E. Brown (drums, percussion); Jack Ashford (tambourine); Deborah Thomas (background vocals); Larry Tolbert, Arnell Carmichael, Darren Carmichael, Ray Parker, Jr., Charles Fearing.
Audio Mixer: Ray Parker, Jr.
Audio Remasterer: Sean Brennan .
Liner Note Author: Randy Mahon.
Recording information: Ameraycan Studios, Hollywood, CA; Raydio.
Photographer: Gary Regester.
In addition to Parker's name becoming a headliner alongside Raydio's, this was also his third and final album with the group, spawning three chart singles. The title track, "Two Places at the Same Time," reached its apex at the number six position on the Billboard R&B charts. It was followed by the instrumental dance track "For Those Who Like to Groove," which peaked at number 14 after a 12-week run. "Can't Keep From Cryin'" did not have as much success; after only six weeks of life, it made it to the 57th position on the charts. Other noteworthy dance selections that did not chart are "Until the Morning Comes" and "It's Time to Party Now." Parker also teamed up with the multi-talented Herbie Hancock to pen the unreleased, slow-groovin' "Tonight's the Night." ~ Craig Lytle