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I Got a Feeling

"I Got a Feeling"
Single by Lisa Stansfield
Released 1983 (1983)
Format 7" single
Recorded 1983
Genre Soul
Length 3:00
Label Devil, Polydor
Writer(s) Holland–Dozier–Holland
Producer(s) David Pickerill
Lisa Stansfield singles chronology
"Listen to Your Heart"
(1983)
"I Got a Feeling"
(1983)
"Love Will Wait"
(1986)

"I Got a Feeling" is a song recorded by American Motown vocal group The Four Tops for their 1966 album, On Top.[1] It was written by Holland–Dozier–Holland and produced by Brian Holland and Lamont Dozier.[1] In 1967, "I Got a Feeling" was covered by Barbara Randolph.[2] This version was produced by Hal Davis and released as a single in 1967.[3] British singer Lisa Stansfield covered "I Got a Feeling" in 1983 and released it as a single in the United Kingdom.[4] Her version was produced by David Pickerill.[5] The single's B-side included "Red Lights," another song recorded by Stansfield.[6]

Track listings

UK 7" single

  1. "I Got a Feeling"
  2. "Red Lights"

References

  1. ^ a b "Four Tops - On Top".  
  2. ^ "Barbara Randolph - I Got a Feeling". Discogs. Retrieved 2013-06-30. 
  3. ^ Hamilton, Andrew. "I Got a Feeling".  
  4. ^ "Lisa Stansfield".  
  5. ^ "Lisa Stansfield: About". lisa-stansfield.com. Retrieved 2013-06-30. 
  6. ^ "Lisa Stansfield - I Got a Feeling". Discogs. Retrieved 2013-06-30. 
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