List of songs recorded by Adele

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Adele has recorded songs for three studio albums, entitled 19, 21, and 25.

Adele is an English singer and songwriter. After signing a contract with record label XL Recordings in September 2006, Adele began to work on her debut studio album, 19, which was ultimately released in 2008.[1] At this time, the singer contributed guest vocals on the song "My Yvonne" for Jack Peñate's debut studio album Matinée (2007).[2] The first single released from 19 was "Chasing Pavements", which Adele wrote in collaboration with Eg White.[3] They co-wrote two other songs for the album: "Melt My Heart to Stone" and "Tired".[3] She also collaborated with Sacha Skarbek on the single "Cold Shoulder" and recorded a cover version of Bob Dylan's "Make You Feel My Love".[3] However, most of the songs were written solely by Adele, including "Best for Last", "Crazy for You", "First Love", and "My Same", as well as her debut single, "Hometown Glory".[3]

Adele appeared as a featured artist on another song by Peñate, entitled "Every Glance", from his second studio album, Everything Is New,[4] and on Daniel Merriweather's "Water and a Flame" from his second studio album, Love & War.[5] Both collaborations were released in 2009. Adele released her second studio album 21 in 2011.[6] In addition to reuniting with writers with whom she had previously worked, the singer collaborated with several new writers and producers. The album's lead single, "Rolling in the Deep", was co-written by Adele and Paul Epworth.[7] It has since been certified seven-times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)[8] and won two awards at the 54th Grammy Awards: Record of the Year and Song of the Year.[9] Adele and Epworth also wrote "He Won't Go" and "I'll Be Waiting".[7] Adele collaborated with Dan Wilson on the album's second single, "Someone Like You". She co-wrote with Fraser T Smith on "Set Fire to the Rain" and with Ryan Tedder on "Rumour Has It" and "Turning Tables".[7] She reunited with White on the song "Take It All".[7] Adele released "Skyfall" in October 2012, a song co-written with Epworth for the James Bond film of the same name.[10] Her third album, 25, was released in 2015. Adele co-wrote its songs "I Miss You" and "Sweetest Devotion" with Epworth and co-wrote "Hello", "Million Years Ago", and "Water Under the Bridge" with Greg Kurstin.

Songs

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Dan Wilson co-wrote the songs "Don't You Remember", "One and Only" and "Someone Like You" with Adele for her second studio album 21.[7]
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Ryan Tedder co-wrote the songs "Rumour Has It" and "Turning Tables" with Adele for 21.[7]
Contents
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Key
Indicates songs written solely by Adele Indicates song written solely by Adele
Song Writer(s) Album Year Ref.
"All I Ask" Adele
Bruno Mars
Christopher "Brody" Brown
Philip Lawrence
25 2015 [11]
"Best for Last" Adele double-dagger 19 2008 [3]
"Can't Let Go" Adele
Linda Perry
25 2015 [11]
"Chasing Pavements" Adele
Eg White
19 2008 [3]
"Cold Shoulder" Adele double-dagger 19 2008 [3]
"Crazy for You" Adele double-dagger 19 2008 [3]
"Daydreamer" Adele double-dagger 19 2008 [3]
"Don't You Remember" Adele
Dan Wilson
21 2011 [7]
"Every Glance"
Jack Peñate featuring Adele
N/A Everything Is New 2009 [4]
"First Love" Adele double-dagger 19 2008 [3]
"He Won't Go" Adele
Paul Epworth
21 2011 [7]
"Hello" Adele
Greg Kurstin
25 2015 [11]
"Hiding My Heart" Tim Hanseroth 21 2011 [7]
"Hometown Glory" Adele double-dagger 19 2008 [3]
"I Found a Boy" Adele double-dagger 21 2011 [7]
"I Miss You" Adele
Paul Epworth
25 2015 [11]
"I'll Be Waiting" Adele
Paul Epworth
21 2011 [7]
"If It Hadn't Been For Love" Chris Stapleton
Michael Henderson
B-side of "Rolling in the Deep" 2011 [7]
"Lay Me Down" Adele
Tobias Jesso Jr.
25 2015 [11]
"Love in the Dark" Adele
Samuel Dixon
25 2015 [11]
"Lovesong" Boris Williams
Lol Tolhurst
Porl Thompson
Robert Smith
Roger O'Donnell
Simon Gallup
21 2011 [7]
"Make You Feel My Love" Bob Dylan 19 2008 [3]
"Many Shades of Black"
The Raconteurs and Adele
Brendan Benson
Jack White
Consolers of the Lonely 2008 [12]
"Melt My Heart to Stone" Adele
Eg White
19 2008 [3]
"Million Years Ago" Adele
Greg Kurstin
25 2015 [11]
"My Same" Adele double-dagger 19 2008 [3]
"My Yvonne"
Jack Peñate featuring Adele
N/A Matinée 2007 [2]
"Now and Then" Adele double-dagger 19 2008 [3]
"One and Only" Adele
Dan Wilson
Greg Wells
21 2011 [7]
"Painting Pictures" Adele double-dagger 19 2008 [3]
"Remedy" Adele
Ryan Tedder
25 2015 [11]
"Right as Rain" Adele
Clay Holley
Jeff Silverman
Leon Michels
Nick Movshon
19 2008 [3]
"River Lea" Adele
Brian Joseph Burton
25 2015 [11]
"Rolling in the Deep" Adele
Paul Epworth
21 2010 [7]
"Rumour Has It" Adele
Ryan Tedder
21 2011 [7]
"Send My Love (To Your New Lover)" Adele
Karl Johan Schuster
Max Martin
25 2015 [11]
"Set Fire to the Rain" Adele
Fraser T Smith
21 2011 [7]
"Skyfall" Adele
Paul Epworth
non-album single 2012 [10]
"Someone Like You" Adele
Dan Wilson
21 2011 [7]
"Sweetest Devotion" Adele
Paul Epworth
25 2015 [11]
"Take It All" Adele
Eg White
21 2011 [7]
"Tired" Adele
Eg White
19 2008 [3]
"That's It, I Quit, I'm Moving On" Del Serino
Roy Alfred
19 2008 [3]
"Turning Tables" Adele
Ryan Tedder
21 2011 [7]
"Water and a Flame"
Daniel Merriweather featuring Adele
Daniel Merriweather Love & War 2009 [5]
"Water Under the Bridge" Adele
Greg Kurstin
25 2015 [11]
"When We Were Young" Adele
Tobias Jesso Jr.
25 2015 [11]
"Why Do You Love Me" Adele
Rick Nowels
25 2015 [11]

References

  1. ^ "Interview with Jonathan Dickins". HitQuarters. 14 July 2008. Retrieved 7 October 2012. 
  2. ^ a b "Jack Penate and Adele – My Yvonne (Xfm SXSW session) video" (video). NME. Jann Wenner. Retrieved 7 October 2012. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s 19 (Media notes). Adele. XL Recordings. 2008. 
  4. ^ a b Everything Is New (Media notes). Jack Peñate. XL Recordings. 2009. 
  5. ^ a b Love & War (Media notes). Daniel Merriweather. Columbia Records. 2009. 
  6. ^ "iTunes – Music – 21 by Adele". iTunes Store (GB). Apple. 21 January 2011. Retrieved 7 November 2011. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t 21 (Media notes). Adele. XL Recordings. 2011. 
  8. ^ "American single certifications – Adele – Rolling in the Deep". Recording Industry Association of America. Retrieved 2 February 2012.  If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Single, then click SEARCH
  9. ^ "2011 – 54th Annual Grammy Awards Nominees And Winners: General Field". The Recording Academy. 30 November 2011. Retrieved 7 October 2012. 
  10. ^ a b "Adele's James Bond Skyfall theme tune gets to top of iTunes chart". The Daily Telegraph. Telegraph Media Group. 5 October 2012. Retrieved 7 October 2012. 
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n 25 (Media notes). Adele. XL Recordings. 2015. 
  12. ^ "The Raconteurs Collaborate With Adele". MTV News UK. Viacom. 1 October 2008. Retrieved 7 October 2012. 

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