The iconic track ranks in the top 10 of a Billboard chart for the first time since the original in 1967, as Dave Koz's all-star cover rises on Smooth Jazz Songs.
The Beatles' iconic composition "All You Need Is Love" is back in the top 10 of a Billboard chart for the first time since 1967.
The Fab Four's original "Love" topped the Billboard Hot 100 on Aug. 19, 1967. Four weeks later (Sept. 16, 1967), it dipped to No. 8, marking the last time any recording of the song would claim a top 10 spot for 47 years.
Until … this week, as Dave Koz & Friends' version rises 11-10 on the Smooth Jazz Songs radio airplay chart. Saxophonist Koz employed nine high-profile guests, from pop, jazz and R&B circles, for the remake: Eric Benét, Jonathan Butler, Gloria Estefan, Heather Hadley, Richard Marx, Johnny Mathis, Maysa, BeBe Winans and Stevie Wonder.