|"Feel Your Love"|
|Single by Alanis|
|from the album Alanis|
|Format||CD single, 12" maxi single|
|Recorded||Distortion Studios, Ottawa|
|Writer(s)||Alanis, Leslie Howe|
|Alanis singles chronology|
"Feel Your Love" is a pop-dance song co-written by Alanis Morissette and Leslie Howe, and produced by Howe for Morissette's debut album Alanis (1991). Its protagonist tells a boy she has "got this thing" for him, and that "it's drivin' me right out of my mind ... I wanna feel your love; you know this waitin' for you boy I can't stand". Morissette's brothers Chad and Wade provided some of the song's backing vocals. It was released as the album's third single in 1991 (see 1991 in music) and was the second commercial single release after "Too Hot". The single charted at number 24 in Canada.
The single's video, like the videos for the album's previous singles, features Morissette dancing; she also attempts to seduce a man in the video. "Feel Your Love", along with "Too Hot" and "An Emotion Away" (from Morissette's 1992 second album Now Is the Time), was used on the soundtrack of the 1993 film Just One of the Girls, in which Morissette appeared.
- 12-inch maxi
- Side A:
- "Feel Your Love" (Big Bad Dawg mix Period)
- "Feel Your Love" (album version)
- Side B:
- "Feel Your Love" (Big Bad Dawg Period)
- "Feel Your Love" (Muzzle mix)
- Produced, engineered and mixed by Leslie Howe for Ghetto Records
- Keyboards by Serge Côté
- Drum programming, guitar and additional keyboards by Leslie "Bud" Howe
- All vocals by Alanis Morissette
- Back-up vocals by Chad & Wade Morissette, Tyley Ross, John & Peter (The "Burn Bros."), Tom "Sloppy" Saidak, Kevin "Iceman" Little, Dan "Capt. Pin", Deane Josh Lovejoy, Sean Daley, Jenny "Frank #1" Parlier, Mr. Fish, Sal, Rick "Slick" Kumar.
- Recorded at Distortion Studios in Ottawa, Canada
- "Alanis Morissette Discography - Feel Your Love". GeoCities: alanisdisco. Retrieved August 20, 2006.
- "Early Releases". Vip portal. Retrieved August 20, 2006.
- Unknown (1991). In Alanis [CD liner notes]. Canada: MCA Records.
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