Wrapped In Red
isn’t the only album on the market featuring collaborations between Kelly Clarkson
and others. Robbie Williams
‘ latest, Swings Both Ways
(out today, November 19), is brimming with duets, including one with the “Stronger” songstress. British crooner/sometimes-Take
-member Williams partnered up with Clarkson for a rendition of sweet 1960s standard “Little Green Apples,” which has been recorded in the past by such singers as Roger Miller
, Frank Sinatra
, Dionne Warwick
, Patti Page
and, most famously, O.C. Smith
Head below to hear Robbie and Kelly’s Guy Chambers-produced take on “Little Green Apples,” as well as O.C. Smith’s soulful version (originally a #2 Hot 100 hit in 1968).
Robbie Williams & Kelly Clarkson — “Little Green Apples”
O.C. Smith — “Little Green Apples”
Get an eyeful of even more pop music coverage, from artist interviews to exclusive performances, on Idolator’s YouTube channel.