I Feel Love  

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"In the early 1980s, after Donna Summer had left Casablanca Records and signed with Geffen Records, Casablanca issued a series of singles from her 1979 double album Bad Girls as well as the compilation Walk Away - The Best of 1977-1980. A new version of "I Feel Love" remixed by disco and high energy pioneer Patrick Cowley followed in early 1982.

The full-length 12" version of the remix which clocks in at 15:45 became a dance floor hit all over again - five years after its original release, and was also re-issued as an edited 7" single which reached #21 on the UK singles chart."--Sholem Stein

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"I Feel Love" is a song by Donna Summer, taken from her 1977 concept album I Remember Yesterday. The song originally symbolised the 'future' segment of the album, which loosely depicted a musical trip through time. The title track of the I Remember Yesterday album represented the 1940s, "Love's Unkind" the 50s, "Back in Love Again" the 60s, while the album concluded with the futuristic "I Feel Love". The song reached number one in the UK Singles Chart and number six in the Billboard Hot 100 in the US.

Patrick Cowley remix




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