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Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart & Sting


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In late 1993, veteran rock singers Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart and Sting were put together by A&M Records to record the love theme for the motion picture remake of the classic story “The Three Musketeers”. Michael Kamen, who composed the soundtrack, had worked with Bryan Adams in 1991, on the end title to “Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves”, the multi-million selling power ballad “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”. Kamen hoped to repeat the success of that song and composed “All For Love”. Adams and producer Robert John “Mutt” Lange wrote the lyrics and completed the song.

When “All For Love” charted in early 1994, it did not quite live up to its expectations and failed to be as successful as “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”. Nevertheless, the song was a Top 10 hit in virtually every territory around the world. In 1995, Bryan Adams released “Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?”, from the motion picture soundtrack “Don Juan De Marco”. This third co-write with Michael Kamen and “Mutt” Lange proved to be more successful than “All For Love”.

On its late 1993/early 1994 release, “All For Love” was finished too late to be included on Bryan Adams’ greatest hits package “So Far So Good”, which featured the (then) new single “Please Forgive Me”. However, in 1999 Adams included it on his second greatest hits offering “The Best Of Me” and in 2005 “All For Love” appeared on the career spanning overview “Anthology”. Some solo live versions also appeared.


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