- Weeks on Billboard Hot 100: 4
- Highest Chart Position: 87
- From the “Blind to Reason” album
“Bring It All Back” is the second single by Grayson Hugh.
He broke into the Billboard Hot 100 in 1989 with three singles from his album Blind to Reason (RCA Records, 1988). In 1989 “Talk It Over”, a song written by Sandy Linzer and Irwin Levine that Hugh arranged, reached the Top 20. After Hugh had arranged and recorded this song, Olivia Newton-John was given rights of first release, then recorded it herself and released it as a single under the name “Can’t We Talk It Over In Bed”. Hugh subsequently released his version which became a hit. His two other singles “Bring It All Back” and “How ‘Bout Us” (a remake of the 1981 Champaign hit recorded with Betty Wright) were also radio hits. Blind to Reason eventually went gold in Australia.
Check out this song along in my Spotify playlist from 1989:
This blog is all about respect, appreciation and love for all things 80s. Growing up in the “Decade of Excess”, music played a major role in my life. Many times, I found myself loving album tracks or singles that failed to crack the Billboard Top 40 lists each week. 30 years later, we have this blog (and my list of 1,960 singles) to rewind and share all of the songs that were released as singles, but failed to crack the Billboard Top 40.
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