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Belinda - I Feel Free album

Belinda - I Feel Free album
Performer: Belinda
Title: I Feel Free
Released: 1988
Country: US
Style: Europop
Genre: Pop
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 292
Formats: AA TTA DMF MPC AUD VOC AIFF
MP3 size: 1530 mb
FLAC size: 1494 mb

Tracklist

A I Feel Free (Extended Version) 7:02
B I Feel Free (Dub Version) 7:37

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Future Disc

Credits

  • Arranged By – Rick Nowels
  • Artwork By [Design] – Norman Moore
  • Keyboards [Additional] – Jeff Lorber
  • Mixed By – Shelly Yakus
  • Photography – Sheila Rock
  • Producer – Rick Nowels
  • Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Keith Cohen, Steve Beltran
  • Written-By – Bruce*, Brown*

Notes

Original version appears on the MCA LP, MCA-42080 "Heaven On Earth"

BMI
Unichappell Music, Inc.
© 1988 MCA Records, Inc.
℗ 1988 MCA Records, Inc.
Manufactured by MCA Records, Inc.
MCA 8102 / MCA8123

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7674-23886-1 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): MCA-8102-FDS-1 future disc
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): MCA-8123-FDS-1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MCA 53377 Belinda Carlisle I Feel Free ‎(7", Promo) MCA Records MCA 53377 US 1988
MCA-53377 Belinda Carlisle I Feel Free ‎(7", Promo, Sol) MCA Records MCA-53377 Canada 1988
MCA-53377 Belinda Carlisle I Feel Free ‎(7", Single) MCA Records MCA-53377 US 1988
MCA-53377 Belinda Carlisle I Feel Free ‎(7") MCA Records MCA-53377 US 1988
MCA-23886 Belinda Carlisle I Feel Free ‎(12") MCA Records MCA-23886 US 1988

Heaven on Earth is the second solo album by American singer Belinda Carlisle, airplay and than released in 1987. The album features three singles that made the Top 10 charts in the United States, including the hit and Carlisle's signature song "Heaven Is a Place on Earth". It is her most successful album to date

I Feel Free" is a song first recorded by the British rock band Cream. The song's lyrics were written by Pete Brown, its music by Jack Bruce. It was the first track on the . issue of their debut album, Fresh Cream (1966), and the band's second hit single (the first being "Wrapping Paper"). As with all tracks on Cream's . I Feel Free" showcases the band's musical diversity, effectively combining blues rock with psychedelic pop.

Belinda Carlisle lyrics - 110 song lyrics sorted by album, including "La Vie En Rose (English)", "Heaven Is A Place On Earth", "Circle In The Sand". album: "Live Your Life Be Free" (1991). Live Your Life Be Free Do You Feel Like I Feel? Half The World You Came Out Of Nowhere You're Nothing Without Me I Plead Insanity Emotional Highway Little Black Book Love Revolution World Of Love Loneliness Game. album: "Real" (1993). album: "A Woman & A Man" (1996).

Eric Clapton played a borrowed Les Paul guitar on this track, as his Beano one had been stolen during album rehearsals. It was plugged into a new, 100-watt Marshall amp. Al Kooper's Backstage Passes and Backstabbing Bastards says right there on page 82 that Cream's American debut was a ten day stage show starting March 25, 1967, called "Murray the K's Easter Rock Extravaganza. Barry from Sauquoit, NyFrom the 'For What It's Worth' Dept. Nate from New York, NyI'm pretty sure woman tone is when he turns the tone buttons on his guitar all the way down. Joe from Grants Pass, OrExellent (echo chamber - in the basement Yeah!! ) Love this song. Nady from Adelaide, Australiabom bom bom bom bom bom i feel free, laaaaa la la la la la laaaa. Let's face it people, it's genious.

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I feel free I feel free I feel free. I can walk down the street, there's no one there Though the pavements are one huge crowd I can drive down the road; my eyes don't see Though my mind wants to cry out loud. I, I, I, I feel free I feel free I feel free. I can walk down the street, there's no one there Though the pavements are one huge crowd I can drive down the road; my eyes don't see Though my mind wants to cry out loud Though my mind wants to cry out loud. I Feel Free was the first song on the American version of Cream’s first album, Fresh Cream, considered to be a pioneering influence on heavy metal, although the real blues power of the band didn’t come out completely until their next two albums. This song marks the debut of Eric Clapton’s famous Woman Tone – caused by Clapton turning his amp to maximum volume, boosting the treble and cutting the bass out entirely.

But while nothing here packs quite the punch that "How Much More," "We Got the Beat," and "Turn to You" did, such memorable songs as "Heaven Is a Place on Earth," "Should I Let You In?," and "I Get Weak" show that the Angelino still had plenty of spirit

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