Jack Wagner – All I Need [1984]

Jack_Wagner_-_All_I_NeedCountry USA

Style Melodic Rock/Pop/Rock

Rating 85/100

Band Members Jack Wagner – Vocals, Bill Elliott,Pat Mastelotto – Drums,percussion, Davey Faragher – Bass, Sam Bryant,Bill Elliott,Tom Keane,John Van Tongeren,Mark Vieha – Synthesizers, Clif Magness,Michael Thompson – Guitars, Jerry Peterson – Saxophone, Rosemary Butler,Siedah Garrett,Edie Lehmann,Clif Magness,Debbie Pearl – Backing vocals

Tracks 01. Premonition, 02. What You Don’t Know, 03. Whenever Hearts Collide, 04. Fighting The Nights, 05. All I Need, 06. Make Me Believe It, 07. Sneak Attack, 08. After The Fact, 09. Tell Him(That You Won’t Go), 10. Lady Of My Heart

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Profile Peter John “Jack” Wagner is an American actor and singer, best known for his roles on the soap operas General Hospital, Santa Barbara, The Bold and the Beautiful and Melrose Place. “All I Need” is his the debut studio album released in 1984 from Qwest Records. The album featured a huge hit in the title track, which climbed all the way to number two and stayed there for two weeks; it was also a number one AC hit for two weeks. Rare for the time it was released, “All I Need” was notable in that the song was able to climb the charts while not having the assistance of an accompanying music video.

For the album’s second single, “Premonition”, a music video was made and it debuted on NBC’s Friday Night Videos in January, 1985. A third and final single, “Lady of My Heart”, was released in the spring of 1985 and reached #76 on the Billboard Hot 100. “Lady of My Heart” is notable for being used on General Hospital as the love theme of Wagner’s characterFrisco and Felicia (played by Kristina Malandro). 

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