All in One Voice is the twelfth studio album by Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler. It was released in 1999 via EastWest Records. It is her first studio album since Free Spirit two years earlier.
Songs on the album include “The Rose”, a cover of a pop standard made famous by Bette Midler, as well as “I Put a Spell on You”, a cover of the Screamin' Jay Hawkins song. “Silent Night” is a cover of the traditional Christmas carol.
The album failed to chart. The only single charting took place is the first single, “He’s the King” (released several months before the CD), which charted #95 in Germany, while the second single “Heaven” didn’t make it to the charts due to the single being pulled at the last minute [the rare CD single has become a collector's item]. Lack of promotion and EastWest going bankrupt caused the album to be quickly deleted. Another track, "Soon Will Be Too Late", was slated as a potential single, but was not released. Two songs recorded during these sessions, "Jack of Hearts" and "Love's Been Good To Me" remain unreleased as well as two duets with Andrea Bocelli. "You Are A Woman" was also recorded during these sessions and appears on the same soundtrack as "He's the King".