One to One (Howard Jones album)

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One to One
Studio album by Howard Jones
Released October 25, 1986
Recorded 1986
Genre Rock / Pop
Length 49:54
Label Elektra/Asylum
Producer Arif Mardin, Phil Collins, Hugh Padgham
Howard Jones chronology
Action Replay
(1986)
'''One to One'''
(1986)
Cross That Line
(1989)
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One to One is the third album by British pop musician Howard Jones, released in October 1986. The CD release also contains the single version of "No One Is to Blame" (a song featured on his previous album) with Phil Collins on backing vocals and drums. The album contained the hits "You Know I Love You...Don't You?" (US top twenty) and "All I Want" (top 40 in many European countries).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "You Know I Love You... Don't You?" − 4:05
  2. "The Balance of Love (Give and Take)" − 4:29
  3. "All I Want" − 4:37
  4. "Where Are We Going?" − 5:01
  5. "Don't Want to Fight Anymore" − 4:37
  6. "Step Into These Shoes" − 4:19
  7. "Will You Still Be There?" − 4:45
  8. "Good Luck, Bad Luck" − 4:14
  9. "Give Me Strength" − 5:01
  10. "Little Bit of Snow" − 4:30
  11. "No One Is to Blame" (Single Version) − 4:13

Personnel[edit]

  • Backing Vocals: Afrodiziak (Caron Wheeler, Claudia Fontaine, Naomi Osborne), Phil Collins, Cindy Mizelle, Doris Eugenio, Deborah Forman, Daramis Carbaugh, Marcus Miller, Mark Stevens, Fonzi Thornton, Mike Murphy, boys from the choir of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin (directed by John Dexter).
  • Drums: Steve Ferrone, Trevor Morais, Phil Collins
  • Guitar: Phil Palmer, Nile Rodgers, Nick Moroch, Reb Beach
  • Bass Guitar: Martin Jones (Howard's brother), Mo Foster
  • Brass Section: Bob Gay, Matthew Cornish, Kendall Crane, Scott Gilman
  • Alto Saxophone: Bob Gay
  • String Arrangement on "Little Bit of Snow": Arif Mardin
  • String Concertmaster: Gene Orloff
  • Vibraphone: Gary Burton
  • Flute and Penny Whistles: Matt Malloy
  • Whirling Instruments and the Arc: Max Eastley
  • Tap Dancing: Louise Lowry