- After You (song)
Name = After You
from Album =
Music City Soul
Released = flagicon|UK
2 July, 2007(physical and digital single)
Recorded = October 2006
Genre = Soul
Length = 3:59 (radio edit)
Writer = M. Leeson
Producer = Pete Vale (radio edit)
Last single = "No Man's Land"
This single = "After You"
Next single = "
The Queen of Starting Over"
"After You" is the second single released from British
singer-songwriterBeverley Knight's fifth studio album, " Music City Soul". The radio edit of the song was produced by Pete Vale and has different production and vocals to the original album version, which was produced by Mark Nevers. It was released in the UK on 2 July, 2007.
The single was confirmed for release in an interview with BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour programme on 8 May, 2007 [ [http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/womanshour/ BBC Radio 4 announcement of "After You" as confirmed second single release] Retrieved 9 May, 2007] and the video for the song was premiered online on
25 May, 2007.
Download only versions:
# "After You" (album version)
# "After You" (live from The Living Room) (iTunes exclusive)
Like previous single "No Man's Land", "After You" was added straight to the A-list at
BBC Radio 2and was also the radio station's record of the week [ [http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio2/r2music/playlist/ BBC Radio 2 Playlist] Retrieved 18 June, 2007] . The song entered the UK airplay chart at number fifty, after only four days of radio play. The following week, "After You" rocketed up the airplay chart, climbing from number fifty to number seven, one of Knight's highest charting airplay singles to date and her biggest climb on the radio airplay chart. "After You" also became the most played single on BBC Radio 2, between 11 June, 2007and 16 June, 2007and the music video for the song charted at number-one in the TV airplay pre-release chart [ [http://www.musicweek.com/search.asp Radio and television chart position statistics for "After You"] Retrieved 18 June, 2007] .
"After You" is one of Knight's biggest commercial failures, missing the top seventy-five altogether, peaking at a lowly one-hundred and thirty-one. It is Knight's lowest chart position since the first issue of "
Sista Sista" missed the top two-hundred and " Mutual Feeling" made one-hundred and twenty-four.
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