The Jets – Sendin’ All My Love (1988)

“Sendin’ All My Love” is the title of a song by the American dance-pop sibling group The Jets. It was written by Stephen Bray (who is perhaps best known for his frequent collaborations with Madonna during the 1980s) and Linda Mallah.

Released as a single from The Jets’ multi-platinum album Magic, the song was not nearly as successful as some other recordings by the group on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it stalled at #88. Similarly, the song only reached #72 on the R&B chart; however, “Sendin’ All My Love” became The Jets’ first (and, to date, only) #1 song on the dance chart. The song spent one week at #1 on the chart in October 1988.

The 12″ mixes were edited by Chep Nunez and remixed by Justin Strauss.

Sendin’ All My Love (Justin Strauss “Summer Splash” Mix)            7:20

Sendin’ All My Love (“Deep-Dive” Dubapella)                                  7:12

Sendin’ All My Love (Drumapella)                                                 4:37

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