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Gladys Knight And The Pips

I Feel A Song (Expanded Edition)

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August 2015

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1. I Feel A Song (In My Heart)
2. Love Finds Its Own Way
3. Seconds
4. The Going Ups And The Coming Downs
5. The Way We Were/Try To Remember
6. Better You Go Your Way
7. Don't Burn Down The Bridge
8. The Need To Be
9. Tenderness Is His Way
10. The Way We Were/Try To Remember - (Single Version)
11. On And On (Single Version) From the OST "Claudine"
12. The Makings Of You - From the OST "Claudine"
13. Make Yours A Happy Home - From the OST "Claudine"
14. Make Yours A Happy Home - (Alternate Mix) Previously Unreleased)
15. Mr Welfare Man - From the OST "Claudine"
16. To Be Invisible - From the OST "Claudine"
17. Hold On - From the OST "Claudine"

Item Description

Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1974 album including eight bonus tracks one previously unreleased! I Feel a Song is the studio album recorded by Gladys Knight & the Pips, released in 1974 on the Buddah label. The release became their third album for Buddah. Both commercially and artistically, switching from Motown to Buddah in the mid-'70s proved to be a very wise move for Gladys Knight & the Pips. The albums Imagination and Claudine were gem-laden smashes, and their winning streak continued I Feel a Song. The dramatic "I Feel A Song (In My Heart)" and an unlikely remake of Barbara Streisand's "The Way We Were" became major hits, as did the soaring ballad "Love Finds Its Own Way." Knight's monologue on "The Way We Were" is most ironic -- reflecting on the nostalgia that seems to be human nature, she noted that 1974 would someday become "the good old days." Equally appealing are the gritty numbers "Better You Go Your Way" (written by Bill Withers) and "Don't Burn Down the Bridge." If one notices that "Seconds" sounds like something Dionne Warwick would have done early in her career, it's no coincidence -- Burt Bacharach (who also co-wrote many of Warwick's early hits) co-wrote the song. Altogether, this is a superior and wonderfully put together reissue, again, this is an essential purchase, and we must all rise to the occasion; the legendary Knight and her Pips awaits their audience.

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