Everlasting is a 1987 album by Natalie Cole. She returned to Capitol Records via Manhattan Records. This album is considered her commercial comeback.
It was, by far, one of Natalie's most diverse set from the hot dance opus from the hot producing duo of the time, The Calloways, contributing, "Jump Start", the Top 3 R&B and Pop Top 10. The pure pop crossover cover of Bruce Springsteen's "Pink Cadillac" also hit the Hot 100 Top 10 and the pop/adult contemporary hit, "I Live For Your Love". These great singles were augmented by equally strong album cuts from as diverse a contributor to the above listed, Bacharach/David, "In My Reality" and "Split Decision" along with another great cover of "When I Fall in Love" bringing her another step closer to tapping into her father's era of the Great American Songbook.
The album that many had longed for was just around the bend as this comeback of sorts, set the stage, and her career would never quite be the same.