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Album: What a Feelin'
# Song Title   Time
1)    Flashdance...What a Feeling
2)    Why Me? - (mix)
3)    Breakdance
4)    Dream, The (Hold on to Your Dream)
5)    You Took My Life Away
6)    Keep On
7)    Romance '83
8)    Cue Me Up
9)    Receiving
10)    You Were Made for Me
11)    Talk Too Much
12)    Breakdance - (Extended Remix)
13)    Dream, The (Hold on to Your Dream) - (Dance Remix)
14)    Flashdance...What a Feeling - (Extended Remix)
15)    Flashdance...What a Feeling
 

Album: What a Feelin'
# Song Title   Time
1)    Flashdance...What a Feeling
2)    Why Me? - (mix)
3)    Breakdance
4)    Dream, The (Hold on to Your Dream)
5)    You Took My Life Away
6)    Keep On
7)    Romance '83
8)    Cue Me Up
9)    Receiving
10)    You Were Made for Me
11)    Talk Too Much
12)    Breakdance - (Extended Remix)
13)    Dream, The (Hold on to Your Dream) - (Dance Remix)
14)    Flashdance...What a Feeling - (Extended Remix)
15)    Flashdance...What a Feeling
 
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Performer Notes
  • CD contains 4 bonus tracks.
  • Personnel: Irene Cara (vocals, background vocals); Joe Pizzulo (vocals, background vocals); Richie Zito (guitar, drums); William Seidman, Joe Caro (guitar); Arthur Barrow (keyboards, bass guitar); Silvester Levay (keyboards); Neil Stubenhaus, Will Lee (bass guitar); Keith Forsey (drums, percussion, programming); Michael Baird (drums); Carole Steele, Leo Adamian, Victoria Berdy, Lenny Castro (percussion); Beth Andersen, Charlotte Crossley, David Lasley, Giorgio Moroder, Mary Hylan, Wendy McKenzie, Joe Esposito , Maxine Willard Waters, Merry Clayton, Stephanie Spruill, Bruce Roberts, Bunny Hull (background vocals).
  • Audio Remixer: John Ben?tez.
  • Recording information: Bill Schnee Studios, LA; Carla Ridge, LA; Electric Lady Studios, NY; Northern Music Recorders, NY; Oasis Studio, LA; Sunset Sound, LA.
  • Photographer: Harry Langdon.
  • Arrangers: William Seidman; Richie Zito; Silvester Levay.
  • As a general rule, you would expect that an album featuring a gold-selling number one hit, a Top Ten hit, and two Top 40 follow-ups would itself be a considerable success, but Irene Cara's second album had trouble staying among the 100 best-sellers. Why? That chart-topper, "Flashdance...What a Feeling," had come the previous spring, and most people who wanted to own it had purchased it either as a single or on the multi-platinum soundtrack album. Plus, Cara never established a base beyond her individual hits. This wasn't surprising, really, since, despite her participation as singer and co-lyricist, Cara essentially was the mouthpiece of Euro-disco producer Giorgio Moroder on these recordings. Thus, although she was all over the airwaves in 1983-1984, and although this album contained all five of her chart entries from the period, Cara herself failed to benefit over the long term, and as a glut for this kind of material set in, she was left behind. ~ William Ruhlmann
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