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"One and One" is a song.

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Edyta Górniak versionEdit

"One & One"
 
Single by Edyta Górniak
from the album Edyta Gorniak
Released 1997
Recorded 1996
Genre Pop
Label EMI Music
Songwriter(s) Billy Steinberg, Marie-Claire D'Ubaldo, Rick Nowels
Producer(s) Christopher Neil
Edyta Górniak singles chronology
"Anything"
(1998)
"One & One"
(1997)
"Impossible"
(2003)
"Anything"
(1998)
"One & One"
(1999)
"Impossible"
(2003)

The song was first recorded in 1996 by Polish singer Edyta Górniak. However, her version of the song was not released until 1997 when it appeared on her first international album, Edyta Górniak. The song was released as a single in Japan in 1997 and internationally in 1999.

The live version of "When You Come Back to Me" was recorded on 21 October 1998 in Lisbon, Portugal by Radio RFM at the Lisbon showcase.

Track listingEdit

SingleEdit

  1. One & One (3:39)
  2. "When You Come Back to Me" (Live in Portugal) (4:47)

French singleEdit

  1. One & One (3:22)
  2. I Don't Know What's On your Mind (3:58)

German maxi singleEdit

  1. One & One (3:22)
  2. Under Her Spell (4:13)
  3. When You Come Back To Me (Live in Portugal) (4:47)
  4. One & One (SuperChumbo's High Octane Mix) (6:43)

Japanese maxi singleEdit

  1. One & One (3:22)
  2. Coming Back To Love (4:03)
  3. Never Will I (4:08)

Music videoEdit

The music video of One & One includes scenes from the music video for Anything, some new scenes and private shots.

PersonnelEdit

  • Backing Vocals: Edyta Gorniak
  • Producer: Christopher Neil
  • Engineer, Mixed By: Simon Hurrell
  • Assistant engineer: Gareth Ashton, Neil Tucker, Robert Catermole
  • Spanish guitar: Hugh Burns, John Themis
  • Keyboards, Bass, Drum programming: Steve Pigott
  • Written by: Billy Steinberg, Marie-Claire D'Ubaldo, Rick Nowels

ChartsEdit

Chart (1999) Peak
Position
France (SNEP)[1] 46
Germany (Official German Charts)[2] 79
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[3] 42

Release historyEdit

  • UK: 4 November 1996
  • Germany: 8 March 1999

Robert Miles versionEdit

"One and One"
 
Single by Robert Miles featuring Maria Nayler
from the album Dreamland
B-side "Remix"
Released 4 November 1996
Format CD single
CD maxi
12" maxi
Recorded 1994–1996
Genre Dream house, House
Length 4:00
Label Arista
Songwriter(s) B. Steinberg, R. Nowels, M. C. D'Ubaldo
Producer(s) Robert Miles
Robert Miles featuring Maria Nayler singles chronology
"Fable"
(1996)
"One and One"
(1996)
"Freedom"
(1997)
"Fable"
(1996)
"One and One"
(1996)
"Freedom"
(1997)

"One and One" was the third single of Italian electronic dance musician Robert Miles, released on 4 November 1996 from his debut album Dreamland and his second hit, it features English singer Maria Nayler on vocals. "One and One" was Robert Miles second number one on the US dance charts, and it also went to number one in Israel, Italy and Scotland.

BackgroundEdit

Miles is known by some collectors of CD singles for the quotes he includes on his jewel case inserts, succinct expressions of what he was attempting to communicate in writing and producing the song. Of One and One Miles wrote:

...Sometimes, you don't even have the time to realize
what is happening to your life,
that it has already happened...
the world moves too fast...
let's recapture the essence of time."

Track listingsEdit

CD singleEdit

  1. "One & One" (radio version) — 4:00
  2. "One & One" (club version) — 6:30

CD maxiEdit

Germany
  1. "One & One" (Quivvers Amytiville vocal) — 9:43
  2. "One & One" (Quivvers Amytiville dub) — 8:25
  3. "One & One" (David Morales journey mix) — 10:00
  4. "One & One" (Joe T. Vannelli SLK mix) — 8:50
Italy
  1. "One & One" (radio version) — 4:00
  2. "One & One" (radio without the beat) — 4:00
  3. "4US" — 7:41
  4. "One & One" (Quivvers Amytiville dub) — 8:25
  5. "One & One" (David Morales journey mix) — 10:00
  6. "One & One" (Joe T. Vannelli radio light mix) — 4:05
  7. "One & One" (Joe T. Vannelli SLK mix) — 8:50
Japan
  1. "One & One" (radio version) — 4:00
  2. "One & One" (club version) — 6:30
  3. "One & One" (David Morales club mix) — 9:00
  4. "One & One" (Joe T. Vannelli's light mix) — 7:34
  5. "One & One" (Quivvers Amytiville vox mix) — 9:43
Netherlands
  1. "One & One" (radio version) — 4:00
  2. "One & One" (Joe T. Vannelli light radio mix) — 4:05
  3. "One & One" (club version) — 6:30
  4. "4US" — 7:41
  5. "One & One" (Quivver's Amytiville vox mix) — 9:42
  6. "One & One" (David Morales journey mix) — 9:56
UK
  1. "One & One" (radio version) — 4:00
  2. "One & One" (club version) — 6:30
  3. "4Us" — 7:41

12" maxiEdit

Germany
  1. "One & One" (original club version) — 6:30
  2. "One & One" (David Morales club mix) — 9:00
  3. "One & One" (Joe T. Vannelli light mix) — 7:34
  4. "One & One" (David Morales one dub) — 11:40
Italy
  1. "One & One" (club version) — 6:30
  2. "4US — 7:41
  3. "One & One" (Joe T. Vannelli SLK mix) — 9:11
  4. "One & One" (Joe T. Vannelli Radio light mix) — 4:05

CD maxi - RemixesEdit

  1. "One & One" (extended album version) — 6:30
  2. "One & One" (David Morales club mix) — 8:58
  3. "One & One" (Joe T. Vanelli light mix) — 7:32
  4. "One & One" (David Morales journey mix) — 10:00

ChartsEdit

Chart successionsEdit

Preceded by
"The Child (Inside)" by Qkumba Zoo
Billboard Hot Dance Club Play number-one single
7 December 1996 (1 week)
Succeeded by
"Sugar Is Sweeter" by C.J. Bolland
Preceded by
"It's All Coming Back to Me Now" by Céline Dion
Belgian (Flanders) number-one single
14 December 1996 - 4 January 1997 (4 weeks)
Succeeded by
"Freed from Desire" by Gala

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Lescharts.com – Edyta Gorniak – One & One" (in French). Les classement single.
  2. ^ "Musicline.de – Gorniak, Edyta Single-Chartverfolgung" (in German). Media Control Charts. PhonoNet GmbH.
  3. ^ "Swisscharts.com – Edyta Gorniak – One & One". Swiss Singles Chart.
  4. ^ "The ARIA Australian Top 100 Singles Chart – Week Ending 15 Jun 1997". Imgur.com (original document published by ARIA). Retrieved June 3, 2016. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h "One and One", in various singles charts Lescharts.com (Retrieved April 10, 2008)
  6. ^ Canadian dance peak
  7. ^ "Hits of the World: Eurochart Hot 100 (IFPI/Nielsen Marketing Research) 07/06/96". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. 108 (27): 56. July 6, 1996. ISSN 0006-2510. 
  8. ^ "Robert Miles singles, German Singles Chart" (in German). musicline. Retrieved 19 April 2010. 
  9. ^ Irish Single Chart Irishcharts.ie (Retrieved April 14, 2008)
  10. ^ Israeli Singles Chart 19.11.1996
  11. ^ "Nederlandse Top 40 – Robert Miles search results" (in Dutch) Dutch Top 40.
  12. ^ "Archive Chart: 1996-12-01". Scottish Singles Top 40.
  13. ^ "Archive Chart: 1996-12-21" UK Singles Chart.
  14. ^ a b c Billboard Allmusic.com (Retrieved July 2, 2009)
  15. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). Hot Dance/Disco: 1974-2003. Record Research. p. 177. 
  16. ^ 1996 Belgian (Flanders) Singles Chart Ultratop.be (Retrieved September 5, 2008)
  17. ^ 1996 Belgian (Wallonia) Singles Chart Ultratop.be (Retrieved September 5, 2008)
  18. ^ 1997 Belgian (Flanders) Singles Chart Ultratop.be (Retrieved September 5, 2008)
  19. ^ 1997 Belgian (Wallonia) Singles Chart Ultratop.be (Retrieved September 5, 2008)
  20. ^ 1997 French Singles Chart Disqueenfrance.com (Retrieved September 5, 2008)
  21. ^ "Gold-/Platin-Datenbank (Robert Miles; 'One & One')" (in German). Bundesverband Musikindustrie. 
  22. ^ "Norwegian single certifications – Robert Miles – One on One" (in Norwegian). IFPI Norway. 
  23. ^ "Guld- och Platinacertifikat − År 1987−1998" (PDF) (in Swedish). IFPI Sweden. 
  24. ^ "British single certifications – Robert Miles ft Maria Nayler – One and One". British Phonographic Industry.  Enter One and One in the field Keywords. Select Title in the field Search by. Select single in the field By Format. Select Gold in the field By Award. Click Search