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-That-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”
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