Male black artist, deep voice, slow song

I heard the song in the early 2000s at Pavilion's Grocery Store. It wasn't a radio program, just a song streamed by the market for shoppers to enjoy. 't sounded familiar to me, not something you'd hear all the time. If I were to guess the first time I heard it I'd say it was in the late 1960's early 1970's. I may be wrong though, could have been a new song. The artist was male, black, kind of a deep husky voice. Part of the song, maybe the chorus, was the artist talking more than singing. I remember hearing "Come on up baby" or "Climb on up" or "Come up here to me" The song was slow, beautiful music, a love song to a women. I've been looking for this song for years. I hope you are able to find it for me.

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May 23, 2016
Another deep voiced 60s/70s singer
by: Anonymous

Check out Isaac Hayes as well.

Feb 16, 2016
Maybe something by
by: Sherry

Lou Rawls or Barry White

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