A new configuration realizing first-order canonical current processing all-pass filters based on current differencing buffered amplifier, a recently introduced active element, is proposed. Using this configuration, two types of first-order current-mode all-pass filters are derived. They employ only a single active element and a bare minimum number of passive components. No component-matching constrains are required. Because of the high performance of the current differencing buffered amplifier, they are suitable for wideband applications. The derived filters are cascadable because of their high output impedances and they use fewer active and/or passive components compared to their previously reported counterparts. As an application of the proposed first-order all-pass networks, a new current-mode high-Q bandpass filter, which offers a number of advantages over its counterparts, is also given.