All True Man (song)
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|"All True Man"|
|Single by Alexander O'Neal|
|from the album All True Man|
|Length||5:04 (album version)|
|Songwriter(s)||Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis|
|Producer(s)||Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis|
|Alexander O'Neal singles chronology|
"All True Man" is a song written by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and recorded by American recording artist Alexander O'Neal. It is the first single from the singer's fourth solo album, All True Man (1991). It is one of the artist's most recognizable signature songs, and a favourite of many O'Neal fans worldwide.
Alexander O'Neal's 18th hit single and it reached #18 in the UK Singles Chart. In the United States, the single reached #5 on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks, narrowly missing the top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100.
- 12" Maxi (45 73626)
- "All True Man (Classic Club Mix)" - 7:10
- "All True Man (Radio Mix)" - 4:03
- "All True Man (Big House Mix)" - 8:00
- "All True Man (Big House Instrumental)" - 5:17
- 7" Single (656571 7)
- "All True Man" - 4:04 #
- "Hang On" - 6:20
- CD Single (656571 2)
- "All True Man" - 4:04
- "Hang On" - 6:20
- "The Official Bootleg Mega-Mix (12 Version)" - 9:34
- Cassette Single (35T73627)
- "All True Man (Radio Edit)" - 4:04
- "All True Man (Instrumental)" - 4:04
Credits are adapted from the album's liner notes.
- Alexander O'Neal - lead vocals
- Jimmy Jam - keyboards, synthesizer, drum programming, rhythm & vocal arrangements
- Terry Lewis - percussion, rhythm & vocal arrangements, backing vocals
- Karyn White - backing vocals
Sales chart performance
|US Billboard Hot 100||43|
|US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs||5|
|UK Singles Chart||18|
- All True Man liner notes. Tabu Records. 1991.
- "US Singles Charts > Alexander O'Neal". Billboard. Retrieved 2012-05-26.
- "UK Charts > Alexander O'Neal". Official Charts Company. Archived from the original on 2012-06-28. Retrieved 2012-05-26.
- "NL Charts > Alexander O'Neal". MegaCharts. Retrieved 2012-05-26.
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