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We're all alone "is a song written by Boz Scaggs. He took the self as first and gave it out through his hit album Silk degrees. Scaggs looked though commercial success in, but mainly as a b-side of his singles What can I say and Lido shuffle. In that capacity, it also meant a half success for Toto. Some of the escorts of Scaggs would shortly after this album the band setting up. Perhaps not if the song wrong Scaggs had A-side to bring out because third parties went there with the success of by. Of course, the income earned on.

The best known artist that Michael Jacksonwas recording the song would be, but he has never released, thus Scaggs in the magazine Creem.

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[hide]*1 Frankie Valli

Frankie Valli[Edit]Edit

We're all alone
Single from:

Frankie Valli

From the album:

Valli

B-side (s) You to me are everything
Released 1976
Duration 3: 59
Tag Private Stock
Producer (s) Bob Gaudio
Order on Valli
B1

Easily

B2

We're all alone

B3

Can't get you off my mind

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Frankie Valli was the first one there with its single version had success with it. It appeared without his "normal" backing band The Four Seasons in 1976 and took out the 78th place listing in three weeks in the Billboard Hot 100. That modest success went beyond to Europe.

Walker Brothers[Edit]Edit

We're all alone
Single from:

Walker Brothers

From the album:

Lines

B-side (s) Have you seen my baby
Released Spring 1977
Tag GTO Records
Producer (s) Scott WalkerGeoff Calver
Walker Brothers
1976

Lines

1977

We're all alone

1978

The electrician

Order on Lines
A4

Have you seen my baby

A5

We're all alone

B1

Many rivers to cross

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Dutch success was there with the version released the Walker Brothers in the spring of 1977. The b-side was a song by Randy Newman.

Chart Positions[Edit]Edit

Dutch Top 40[Edit]Edit

Chart positions: week 34 to 36 in 1977
Week: 1 2 3
Position: 36 32 37 from

Dutch Towering 30[Edit]Edit

Chart positions: 20-8-1977 to 2-9-1977
Week: 1 2
Position: 29 22 from

Rita Coolidge[Edit]Edit

We're all alone
Single from:

Rita Coolidge

From the album:

Anytime... anywhere

(Cover on en.wikipedia.org)
B-side (s) Southern lady
Released 1977
Duration 3: 38
Tag A & M Records
Producer (s) David Anderle
Rita Coolidge
1977

(Your love has lifted me)Higher and higher

1977

We're all alone

1977

The way you do things you do

Order at Anytime... anywhere
A2

The way you do things you do

A3

We're all alone

A4

I feel the burden (being lifted off my shoulder)

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In the meantime, Rita Coolidge took it on the advice of Jerry Moss, one of the two bosses of A & M Records on. He saw commercial potential in the song, when it became known that Scaggs not as A-side would be back. The text was slightly modified as a woman sang. Scaggs spoke in his version one to James. However, the sat as a single version of the Walker Brothers on the heels. Moss was right. In the United States we're all alone stood twenty weeks in the Billboard Hot 100 and achieved the seventh place. In the United Kingdom followed thirteen weeks listing with the sixth place as the highest. The Coolidges there was top-selling solo single.

Chart Positions[Edit]Edit

Dutch Top 40[Edit]Edit

Chart positions: week 39 through 43 in 1977
Week: 1 2 3 4 5
Position: 24 20 17 17 31 from

Dutch Towering 30[Edit]Edit

Chart positions: 17-9-1977-21-10-1977
Week: 1 2 3 4 5
Position: 26 24 18 15 23 from

Radio 2 Top 2000[Edit]Edit

Number (s) with markings

in the Radio 2 Top 2000

' 99 ' 00 ' 01 ' 02 ' 03 ' 04 ' 05 ' 06 ' 07 ' 08 ' 09 ' 10 ' 11 ' 12 ' 13
We're all alone 1934 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Other versions[Edit]Edit

Over the years more and covers came from. Among the first were The Three Degrees, but its just sat in the era Valli/Coolidge. Dutch artists also ventured to the number. Ben Cramer sang it as happy, Liesbeth Listunder Familiar feeling ( Chris Pilgrimtranslation). Below the cover singers Joseph Williams, was a later lead singer of Toto

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