Peter White Sets Record For Weeks at No. 1

�What Does It Take (To Win Your Love)� does the trick.

Peter White's �What Does It Take (To Win Your Love)� has made it into the record books. The guitarist's cover of the Junior Walker & the All-Stars classic has been at the top of Radio & Records' smooth jazz chart for 16 weeks, breaking the record of 15 by Paul Hardcastle, whose �Walkin� to Freedom� held the previous record of 15 in 1995.

Behind White and Hardcastle are both Richard Elliot, whose �People Make the World Go Round� in 2005 spent 11 weeks at No. 1, and saxophonist David Sanborn�s �Comin� Home Baby,� which did the same in 2003.

White's record-breaking song is the first single from his new CD titled Playin� Favorites and features Jeff Carruthers on keyboards and drums, Sam Riney on saxophone, Roberto Vally on bass and DC with programming. It�s the 14th No. 1 song in White's16-year solo career.