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Emotion

Emotions are the various bodily feelings associated with mood, temperament, personality, disposition, and motivation and also with hormones such as dopamine, noradrenaline, and serotonin. Motivations direct and energize behavior, while emotions provide the affective component to motivation, positive or negative. Emotions are defined as feeling states with physiological, cognitive, and behavioral components (Carlson & Hatfield, 1992).

Emotion Mental processes Concepts Limbic system
Nausea

Nausea (Latin nausea, from Greek ναυσίη, nausiē, "motion sickness", "feeling sick," "queasy" or "wamble"), is a sensation of unease and discomfort in the upper stomach with an involuntary urge to vomit. It often, but not always, precedes vomiting. A person can suffer nausea without vomiting. Nausea is a non-specific symptom, which means that it has many possible causes.

Symptoms and signs: Digestive system and abdomen Vomiting Greek loanwords
Fatigue (medical)

Fatigue (also called exhaustion, lethargy, languidness, languor, lassitude, and listlessness) is a state of awareness describing a range of afflictions, usually associated with physical and/or mental weakness, though varying from a general state of lethargy to a specific work-induced burning sensation within one's muscles. Physical fatigue is the inability to continue functioning at the level of one's normal abilities.

Exercise physiology Mental processes Symptoms
List of Naruto episodes

Naruto is an anime series based on the manga series of the same name by Masashi Kishimoto. The series was directed by Hayato Date and produced by Studio Pierrot and TV Tokyo. The episodes have been released in North America by Viz Media. 135 episodes were based on the first twenty-seven volumes of the manga, while the remaining 85 episodes are exclusive to the anime.

Naruto episodes
Trent Reznor

Michael Trent Reznor (born May 17, 1965) is an American singer–songwriter, composer, and record producer. As both a vocalist and a multi-instrumentalist, Reznor has led the industrial rock project Nine Inch Nails beginning in 1988, and as of 2010 he and his wife, Mariqueen Maandig, are also members of the post-industrial band How to Destroy Angels alongside fellow composer Atticus Ross, with whom Reznor has scored two films.

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Dizziness

Dizziness refers to an impairment in spatial perception and stability. The term is somewhat imprecise. It can be used to mean vertigo, presyncope, disequilibrium, or a non-specific feeling such as giddiness or foolishness. One can induce dizziness by engaging in disorientating activities such as spinning. Vertigo is a specific medical term used to describe the sensation of spinning or having one's surroundings spin about them.

Neurological disorders
Clairvoyance

The term clairvoyance (from French clair meaning "clear" and voyance meaning "vision") is used to refer to the ability to gain information about an object, person, location or physical event through means other than the known human senses, a form of extra-sensory perception. A person said to have the ability of clairvoyance is referred to as a clairvoyant ("one who sees clearly"). Claims for the existence of paranormal and psychic abilities such as clairvoyance are highly controversial.

Parapsychology Paranormal terminology Telepathy French words and phrases Psychic powers Esotericism New Age practices
Intuition (psychology)

Intuition is the ability to acquire knowledge without inference or the use of reason. "The word 'intuition' comes from the Latin word 'intueri', which is often roughly translated as meaning 'to look inside'’ or 'to contemplate'. " Intuition provides us with beliefs that we cannot necessarily justify. For this reason, it has been the subject of study in psychology, as well as a topic of interest in the supernatural.

Concepts in epistemology Mental processes Spiritual faculties Cognition
Paresthesia

Paresthesia, spelled paraesthesia in British English, is a sensation of tingling, burning, pricking, or numbness of a person's skin with no apparent long-term physical effect. It is more generally known as the feeling of "pins and needles" or of a limb "falling asleep". The manifestation of paresthesia may be transient or chronic.

Symptoms and signs: Skin and subcutaneous tissue Neurological disorders
Dirty Harry

Dirty Harry is a 1971 American crime thriller produced and directed by Don Siegel, the first in the Dirty Harry series. Clint Eastwood plays the title role, in his first outing as San Francisco Police Department Inspector "Dirty" Harry Callahan. Dirty Harry was a critical and commercial success and set the style for a whole genre of police films.

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Method acting

Method acting is any of a family of techniques used by actors to create in themselves the thoughts and emotions of their characters, so as to develop lifelike performances. It can be contrasted with more classical forms of acting, in which actors simulate the thoughts and emotions of their characters through external means, such as vocal intonation or facial expression.

Acting techniques Theatre
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment is a psychometric questionnaire designed to measure psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions. These preferences were extrapolated from the typological theories proposed by Carl Gustav Jung and first published in his 1921 book Psychological Types (English edition, 1923). The original developers of the personality inventory were Katharine Cook Briggs and her daughter, Isabel Briggs Myers.

Personality tests Jungian tradition MBTI types Personality typologies
Malaise

Malaise is a feeling of general discomfort or uneasiness, of being "out of sorts", often the first indication of an infection or other disease. Malaise is often defined in medical literature as a "general feeling of being unwell". This word is originally a French word existing since the 12th century. The term is also often used figuratively in other contexts; for example, "economic malaise" refers to an economy that is stagnant or in recession.

Emotions Diseases and disorders French loanwords
Jingoism

Jingoism is extreme patriotism in the form of aggressive foreign policy. In practice, it is a country's advocation of the use of threats or actual force against other countries in order to safeguard what it perceives as its national interests. Colloquially, it refers to excessive bias in judging one's own country as superior to others – an extreme type of nationalism. The term originated in Britain, expressing a pugnacious attitude towards Russia in the 1870s.

Nationalism
Epiphany (feeling)

An epiphany (from the ancient Greek ἐπιφάνεια, epiphaneia, "manifestation, striking appearance") is the sudden realization or comprehension of the (larger) essence or meaning of something. The term is used in either a philosophical or literal sense to signify that the claimant has "found the last piece of the puzzle and now sees the whole picture," or has new information or experience, often insignificant by itself, that illuminates a deeper or numinous foundational frame of reference.

Happiness Innovation Thought Greek loanwords Fiction Positive mental attitude Problem solving Creativity Emotions Plot (narrative)
I Gotta Feeling

"I Gotta Feeling" is the second single from The Black Eyed Peas' fifth studio album The E.N.D. , produced by the French DJ David Guetta. The song was released on May 21, 2009 and debuted at number two on the Canadian and Billboard Hot 100 on the week of June 27, 2009, behind the group's "Boom Boom Pow", making the group one of 11 artists who have occupied the top two positions of the Billboard Hot 100 at the same time. The song later reached number one on the US charts and 20 charts worldwide.

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Feeling

Feeling is the nominalization of the verb to feel. The word was first used in the English language to describe the physical sensation of touch through either experience or perception. The word is also used to describe experiences, other than the physical sensation of touch, such as "a feeling of warmth". In psychology, the word is usually reserved for the conscious subjective experience of emotion.

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Welsh nationalism

Welsh nationalism emphasises the distinctiveness of Welsh language, culture, and history, and calls for more self-determination for Wales, which may include more devolved powers for the Welsh Assembly or full independence from the United Kingdom.

Secession in the United Kingdom Celtic nationalism Nationalism by country or region Welsh nationalism
The Feeling

The Feeling are a BRIT award-nominated English pop band from West Sussex and London. The band categorise their music as "pop". Following a limited release of their first single "Fill My Little World" in late 2005, the band entered the UK Singles Chart at #7 with their first full release "Sewn" in February 2006. The single was one of the year's biggest radio hits, after being played first in the UK on the Dermot O'Leary Show on Radio 2, along with their first live radio session.

English rock music groups Island Records artists Musical groups from London Ivor Novello Award winners
Limerence

Limerence is a term coined c. 1977 by the psychologist Dorothy Tennov to describe an involuntary state of mind which seems to result from a romantic attraction to another person combined with an overwhelming, obsessive need to have one's feelings reciprocated. The concept grew out of Tennov's mid-1960s work, when she interviewed over 500 people on the topic of love, and was first published in her 1979 book Love and Limerence: The Experience of Being in Love.

Sexology Interpersonal relationships Personal life Words coined in the 1960s Emotions Philosophy of love
Yellow Peril

Yellow Peril (sometimes Yellow Terror) was a colour metaphor for race that originated in the late nineteenth century with immigration of Chinese as coolie slaves or laborers to various Western countries, notably the United States, and later associated with the Japanese during the mid 20th century, due to Japanese military expansion. The term refers to the skin color of East Asians, and the belief that the mass immigration of Asians threatened white wages and standards of living.

Anti-Asian sentiment History of immigration to the United States Anti-Chinese sentiment Japanese-American history Politics and race Immigration by continent Anti-Japanese sentiment Chinese American history Asian American issues Racism
Metacognition

Metacognition is defined as "cognition about cognition", or "knowing about knowing. " It can take many forms; it includes knowledge about when and how to use particular strategies for learning or for problem solving. Metamemory, defined as knowing about memory and mnemonic strategies, is an especially important form of metacognition.

Educational technology Cognitive science Educational psychology
Next to Normal

Next to Normal (styled as next to normal) is a rock musical with book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey and music by Tom Kitt. Its story concerns a mother who struggles with worsening bipolar disorder and the effect that her illness has on her family. The musical also addresses such issues as grieving a loss, suicide, drug abuse, ethics in modern psychiatry, and suburban life.

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Reward system

In neuroscience, the reward system is a collection of brain structures which attempts to regulate and control behavior by inducing pleasurable effects. The neurological reward system is part of what makes reinforcement possible.

Behavioral neuroscience Cognitive neuroscience Cognitive science
Subjectivism

Subjectivism is the philosophical tenet that "our own mental activity is the only unquestionable fact of our experience". The success of this position is historically attributed to Descartes and his methodic doubt. Subjectivism accords primacy to subjective experience as fundamental of all measure and law. In extreme forms like Solipsism, it may hold that the nature and existence of every object depends solely on someone's subjective awareness of it.

Probability theory Epistemological theories Subjectivism Metaphysical theories Meta-ethics
Scottish national identity

Scottish national identity is a term referring to the sense of national identity and common culture of Scottish people and is shared by a considerable majority of the people of Scotland. Scottish national identity is largely free from ethnic distinction, and many of "immigrant" descent see themselves (and are seen as), for example, Pakistani and Scottish: Asian-Scots.

Scottish nationalism Politics of Scotland History of nationality National identities Scottish society Scottish culture
Flashdance... What a Feeling

"Flashdance... What a Feeling" is a song from the 1983 film Flashdance, written by Giorgio Moroder, Keith Forsey, and Irene Cara, and performed by Cara. Despite the title, the word "Flashdance" is never used in the lyrics; however, the line "In a flash, take a hold of my heart" refers to the movie's title. The instrumental backing tracks of the song made extensive use of synthesizers.

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Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough

"Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough" is a single by American recording artist Michael Jackson. Released under Epic Records on July 28, 1979, the song is the first single from Jackson's fifth studio album, entitled Off the Wall. Written by Jackson, it is in the key of B major (or more precisely, B Mixolydian mode) and in common time signature, the song was the first solo recording over which Jackson had creative control.

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The Legend of Zelda (TV series)

The Legend of Zelda is an American animated series based on the The Legend of Zelda video game series for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The plot follows the adventures of Link and Princess Zelda as they defend the kingdom of Hyrule from an evil wizard named Ganon. It is heavily based on the first game of the Zelda series, The Legend of Zelda, but includes some references to the second, Zelda II: The Adventure of Link.

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Feeling Good

"Feeling Good" (also known as "Feelin' Good") is a song written by English singer-songwriters Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse for the 1965 musical The Roar of the Greasepaint - The Smell of the Crowd starring Cy Grant, who sang the original version of the song. The song has notably been covered by artists such as Nina Simone, Muse and Michael Bublé and Eels (see longer list below).

Eels (band) songs Songs written by Anthony Newley Nina Simone songs George Michael songs Songs from musicals Frank Sinatra songs Songs written by Leslie Bricusse 1964 songs
Era of Good Feelings

The Era of Good Feelings marked a period in the political history of the United States that reflected a sense of national purpose and a desire for unity among Americans in the aftermath of the Napoleonic Wars. The era saw a brief lull in the bitter partisan disputes that had plagued the Democratic-Republican and Federalist parties during the First Party System.

Eras of United States history History of the United States (1789–1849) Presidency of James Monroe
You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'

"You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" is a 1964 song by The Righteous Brothers which became a number-one hit single in the United States and the United Kingdom the following year. In 1999, the performing-rights organization Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) ranked the song as having had more radio and television play in the United States than any other song during the 20th century.

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The Tide Is High

"The Tide Is High" is a 1967 song written by John Holt, originally performed by the Jamaican group The Paragons, with John Holt as lead singer. The song went mainly unnoticed in the rest of the world, until it was rediscovered in 1980, when it became a US/UK number one hit for the American band Blondie. The British girl group Atomic Kitten also had a no. 1 hit with their version of the song in 2002, and it was also a hit for Canadian rapper Kardinal Offishall in 2008.

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Anti-Irish sentiment

Anti-Irish sentiment (also known as Hibernophobia, from Hibernia, the Latin name for Ireland) may refer to or include persecution, discrimination, hatred or fear of the Irish as an ethnic or national group, whether directed against Ireland in general or against Irish immigrants and their descendants in the Irish diaspora. It is traditionally rooted in the medieval period, and is also evidenced in Irish immigration to other countries like the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.

Anti-national sentiment
It's a Trap!

"It's a Trap!" is the double-episode season finale of the ninth season of the animated series Family Guy and the final part of the series' trilogy Laugh It Up, Fuzzball. The episode aired on Fox in the United States on May 22, 2011, and was produced for the seventh production season (Season 8) The episode was written by Cherry Chevapravatdumrong and David A. Goodman and directed by Peter Shin.

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Elvis Is Back!

Elvis Is Back! is the tenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2231, in April 1960. Recording sessions took place on March 20 and April 3, 1960, at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee. It was Presley's first album to be released in true stereo. It peaked at number two on the Top Pop Albums chart and is listed, along with his debut and From Elvis in Memphis, in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.

1960 albums Elvis Presley albums Albums produced by Steve Sholes English-language albums Albums produced by Chet Atkins Double albums RCA Records albums
Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea

Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea is the fifth studio album by English alternative rock musician PJ Harvey, released 23 October 2000 on Island Records. Recorded during March to April 2000, it contains themes of love that are tied into Harvey's affection for New York City. The album became the second major commercial success of her recording career, following her successful breakthrough To Bring You My Love (1995).

2000 albums PJ Harvey albums Mercury Prize winning albums Island Records albums
Since I Left You

Since I Left You is the debut studio album by Australian electronic dance music group The Avalanches, which was released on 27 November 2000. Produced by The Avalanches' members Robbie Chater and Darren Seltmann (under the pseudonym Bobbydazzler), it was issued on Modular Recordings. The album was created in two separate near-identical studios by Chater and Seltmann, passing audio mixes of records they sampled. The album contains about 3500 vinyl samples of various genres of music.

Sire Records albums The Avalanches albums XL Recordings albums Modular Recordings albums 2000 debut albums
Fables of the Reconstruction

Fables of the Reconstruction, also known as Reconstruction of the Fables, is the third studio album by the American alternative rock band R.E.M. , released on the I.R.S. Records in 1985.

1985 albums Concept albums Universal Deluxe Editions English-language albums Albums produced by Joe Boyd Capitol Records albums R.E.M. albums I.R.S. Records albums
I've Got a Feeling

"I've Got a Feeling" is a song by The Beatles, from the 1970 album Let It Be. It is one of the songs on the album from the Rooftop Concert. It is a combination of two unfinished songs: Paul McCartney's "I've Got a Feeling", and John Lennon's "Everybody Had a Hard Year" from the White Album sessions (where it was demoed as "Everyone Had a Hard Year") and "Watching Rainbows."

Songs published by Northern Songs The Beatles songs Songs written by Lennon–McCartney English-language songs 1970 songs Pearl Jam songs Songs produced by Phil Spector
The Magic of Lassie

The Magic of Lassie is a 1978 Wrather Corporation film. It features James Stewart in one of only two musical film roles that he played (the first was in 1936's Born to Dance, in which Stewart introduced the Cole Porter standard Easy To Love). Mickey Rooney and Alice Faye also make cameo appearances in the film. The screenplay and song score are supplied by the prolific Sherman Brothers of Mary Poppins fame.

1978 films American films American drama films Films directed by Don Chaffey Lassie films English-language films 1970s drama films Sherman Brothers
More Than a Feeling

"More Than a Feeling" is a song by the rock band Boston, released as the lead single from their self-titled debut album on Epic Records in September 1976, with "Smokin'" on the flipside. The single peaked at number five on the Billboard Hot 100. The track is now a staple of classic rock and in 2009 it was named the 39th best hard rock song of all time by VH1.

Boston (band) songs Hard rock songs Songs written by Tom Scholz Rock ballads Songs produced by Tom Scholz 1976 singles
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From a Basement on the Hill

From a Basement on the Hill is the sixth and final studio album by the late singer-songwriter Elliott Smith. Released posthumously on October 19, 2004 by ANTI- Records in CD, double LP, and digital download, it peaked at #19 in the US and #41 in the UK. The album was incomplete at the time of Smith's death.

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Toto IV

Toto IV is the fourth studio album by American band Toto released in 1982. The album received six Grammy Awards including Record of the Year for "Rosanna", Album of the Year and Producer of the Year for the band. It reached number four on the Billboard Pop Albums chart shortly after its release in 1982. The single "Rosanna" reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100, while the album's third single, "Africa", became the group's only Hot 100 #1 hit.

Grammy Award winners for Album of the Year Albums arranged by Marty Paich 1982 albums English-language albums Toto albums Columbia Records albums Albums released in Super Audio
The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)

"The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)" is a song by folk music duo Simon and Garfunkel, appearing on their 1966 album Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme. "59th Street Bridge" is the colloquial name of the Queensboro Bridge in New York City. The song's message is immediately delivered in its opening verse: "Slow down, you move too fast". The studio version features Dave Brubeck Quartet members Joe Morello (drums) and Eugene Wright (bass).

1966 songs Songs written by Paul Simon Simon & Garfunkel songs Songs produced by Bob Johnston Songs about New York
Can't Fight This Feeling

"Can't Fight This Feeling" (often mistitled "Can't Fight This Feeling Anymore") is a number-one power ballad performed by the American rock band REO Speedwagon about a man falling in love with a girl with whom he has been friends for a long time. The song first appeared on REO Speedwagon's 1984 album Wheels Are Turnin'. It was the group's second number-one hit on the U.S. charts (the first being 1981's "Keep on Loving You", also written by Kevin Cronin) and reached number sixteen in the UK.

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Hooked on a Feeling

"Hooked on a Feeling" is a 1968 pop song written by Mark James and originally performed by B. J. Thomas. Featuring the sound of the electric sitar, the song reached number five in 1969 on the Billboard Hot 100.

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I Got You (I Feel Good)

"I Got You (I Feel Good)" (commonly known as "I Feel Good") is a hit song by James Brown. Released as a single in 1965, it was one of Brown's signature songs; his highest charting single; and, is arguably his most widely-known recording.

Songs written by James Brown 1965 singles James Brown songs Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs number-one singles 1964 songs
Feeling B

Feeling B was a German punk rock band. The band was founded in Berlin in 1983 and started out firmly grounded in the underground punk scene. Over time, Feeling B's popularity grew greatly and at the end of the German Democratic Republic. Frontman Aljoscha Rompe, a Swiss living in East Berlin, supplied the vocals to the band's songs. His accompanying keyboardist and guitarist have since found fame as keyboardist Christian "Flake" Lorenz and rhythm-guitarist Paul Landers of Rammstein.

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Good Feeling (song)

"Good Feeling" is a song by American rapper Flo Rida from his upcoming fourth studio album, Wild Ones. It was released as the album's lead single on August 29, 2011 in the United States. The song was written by Flo Rida, Dr. Luke, Cirkut, Breyan Isaac, Arash Pournouri and Tim Bergling, and contains a vocal sample of "Something's Got a Hold on Me" (1962) by Etta James, as written by James, Leroy Kirkland, and Pearl Woods.

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Anti-Italianism

Anti-Italianism is a hostility toward Italian people and people with Italian ancestors such as Italian Americans using stereotypes about them, such as the idea that the Italians are tolerant of violence, political corruption, Italy's former alliance with Nazi Germany and criminal groups such as the Mafia. Its opposite is Italophilia.

Italian diaspora Anti-national sentiment
Dinosaur senses

Dinosaur senses are difficult subjects of study for paleontologists since soft tissue anatomy rarely fossilizes.

Senses by taxon Dinosaurs
Woman in Love

"Woman in Love" is a popular song performed by Barbra Streisand and taken from her 1980 album, Guilty. The song was written by Barry and Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees. After the success enjoyed by the Bee Gees in the late 1970s, the band was asked to participate in musical endeavors for other artists, and Streisand asked Barry Gibb to write an album for her. This album ultimately became Guilty.

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Feeling of Community

Feeling of Community (Atassut) is a centre-right conservative liberal and agrarian political party in Greenland and a partner of the Danish Venstre party. At the last legislative elections, on the fifteenth of November 2005, the party won 19.1% of the popular vote and six out of 31 seats. In the June 2009 snap election the party dropped to 10.9% of the vote, and lost 3 of its 6 seats. The party supports Greenland's continued place as an autonomous province within the Kingdom of Denmark.

Political parties in Greenland Conservative-liberal parties Nordic Agrarian parties Liberal parties in Greenland
Miss Smilla's Feeling for Snow

Miss Smilla's Feeling for Snow or Smilla's Sense of Snow is a 1992 novel by Danish author Peter Høeg. It was translated into English by Tiina Nunnally (credited as "F. David" in the British edition).

Arctic in fiction Greenlandic culture Dilys Award-winning works Danish novels Novels set in Copenhagen 1992 novels
Good Feeling

Good Feeling is the debut album from Scottish alternative rock band Travis. The album was originally released on September 26, 1997, on Independiente Records.

Independiente Records albums 1997 debut albums Albums produced by Steve Lillywhite Travis (band) albums
Once More, with Feeling (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

"Once More, with Feeling" is the seventh episode of the sixth season of the fantasy television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997–2003) and the only one in the series performed as a musical. It was written and directed by the show's creator, Joss Whedon, and originally aired on UPN in the United States on November 6, 2001.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer (season 6) episodes 2001 television episodes Musical television episodes
Observations on the Feeling of the Beautiful and Sublime

Observations on the Feeling of the Beautiful and Sublime (Beobachtungen über das Gefühl des Schönen und Erhabenen) (1764) is an early treatise on aesthetics by 18th century German philosopher Immanuel Kant. These observations function as basis for his Critique of Judgment (1790). Kant, as many other philosophers of the enlightenment, focused on the ‘taste’ of the individual rather than the ‘form’ of the object.

Books by Immanuel Kant Aesthetics literature 1764 books
Buyer's remorse

Buyer's remorse is the sense of regret after having made a purchase. It is frequently associated with the purchase of an expensive item such as a car or house. It may stem from fear of making the wrong choice, guilt over extravagance, or a suspicion of having been overly influenced by the seller.

Consumer behaviour
Where Is the Feeling?

"Where Is the Feeling?" is a song by Kylie Minogue, released as the third and final single from her 1994 album Kylie Minogue. The single was released on 10 July 1995 and was produced by Brothers in Rhythm.

Kylie Minogue songs 1995 singles
Feelin' So Good

"Feelin' So Good" is a song by American recording artist and actress Jennifer Lopez, from her debut album On The 6 (1999). Released as the album's fourth official single on March 17, 2000, it featured guest vocals from rappers Fat Joe, and Big Pun who died during the days of the song's commercial release. It was produced by Sean Combs, her ex-boyfriend.

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(Keep Feeling) Fascination

"(Keep Feeling) Fascination" is a dance song performed by British synthpop group The Human League. It was composed by Jo Callis and Philip Oakey. The song involves lead singer Philip Oakey bouncing alternate verses between female co-vocalists Susan Ann Sulley and Joanne Catherall, but also in a rare vocal role Jo Callis. It was released in the UK on 17 April 1983 as a non-album single, where it went to number 2 in the UK singles chart. It was later released as a single in the U.

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Feelin' Alright

"Feelin' Alright" also known as "Feeling Alright" is a song written by Dave Mason of the English rock band Traffic from their eponymous 1968 album, Traffic. The song was also a hit single for several performers: Joe Cocker (1969, #69, recharted in 1972, US#33), Mongo Santamaría (1969, #95) and Grand Funk Railroad (1971, US#54).

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Peaceful Easy Feeling

"Peaceful Easy Feeling" is a song written by Jack Tempchin and recorded by the American rock band Eagles. It was the third single from the band's 1972 debut album Eagles. The single reached #22 on the charts and is one of the band's most popular songs. Glenn Frey sings the lead vocal, with Bernie Leadon providing the main harmony vocal (starting in the beginning of the second verse) and Randy Meisner completing this three-part hamony.

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I Can't Stop Feeling

"I Can't Stop Feeling" is the first single by the German band Queensberry. It was released as a double A-side, backed with their 2008 promotional debut single "No Smoke".

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You've Lost That Loving Feeling

Kissin' Cousins (album)

Kissin' Cousins is the twentieth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2894, in April 1964. Recording sessions took place at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, on May 26 and 27, and September 29 and 30, 1963. These would be Presley's final recording dates before the arrival of Beatlemania. It peaked at #6 on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart.

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I Got the Feelin'

"I Got the Feelin'" is a funk song by James Brown. Released as a single in 1968, it reached #1 on the R&B charts and #6 on the pop charts. It also appeared on a 1968 album of the same name. The Jackson 5 auditioned for Motown founder Berry Gordy in 1968 with a filmed performance of "I Got the Feelin'", with the ten-year-old Michael Jackson closely mimicking Brown's vocal style and dance moves. http://www. popmatters. com/music/features/031212-michaeljackson.

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A Curious Feeling

A Curious Feeling is the debut solo album from Genesis keyboardist Tony Banks. Recorded at ABBA's Polar Music Studios during a brief Genesis hiatus, it was released in 1979 on Charisma Records and is one of only two of Banks' solo albums to have entered the UK album charts, reaching 21 and staying on the chart for five weeks. The album's concept was inspired by the short story Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes.

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Feeling This

"Feeling This" is a song by American pop punk band Blink-182, released on October 2, 2003 as the lead single from the group's fifth studio album, Blink-182. Bassist Mark Hoppus and guitarist Tom DeLonge share songwriting credits on the track. The band picked the song as the first single because it was representative of the transition the band had undergone since Take Off Your Pants and Jacket.

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Beyond Acoustic

Beyond Acoustic is a music album of Philippine acoustic band MYMP (Make Your Momma Proud). It was released under Ivory Records. It was certified 7x Platinum.

2005 albums MYMP albums
That Old Feeling (film)

That Old Feeling is a 1997 romantic comedy starring Bette Midler and Dennis Farina. The film was directed by Carl Reiner (as of 2012, it is the last film directed by Reiner following a 50-year career of writing and directing films.)

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I Get the Sweetest Feeling

"I Get the Sweetest Feeling" is the 1968 single by Jackie Wilson from the album with the same title.

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The Man of Feeling

The Man of Feeling is a sentimental novel published in 1771, written by Scottish author Henry Mackenzie. The novel presents a series of moral vignettes which the naïve protagonist Harley either observes, is told about, or participates in. This novel is often seen to contain elements of the Romantic novel, which became prolific in the years following its publishing.

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It's a Great Feeling

This article is about the 1949 movie musical. For the title song, see It's a Great Feeling. It's a Great Feeling File:It's a Great Feeling 1949 poster. jpg1949 Theatrical PosterDirected by David ButlerProduced by Alex GottliebWritten by Story:I.A.L. DiamondScreenplay:Jack RoseMelville ShavelsonStarring Doris DayDennis MorganJack CarsonMusic by Jule StyneCinematography Wilfred M. ClineEditing by Irene MorraDistributed by Warner Bros.

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Hyper Music/Feeling Good

"Hyper Music/Feeling Good" is the ninth single by English alternative rock band Muse, and the fourth from their second album, Origin of Symmetry. It was released on 7" vinyl—as a double A-side—and double CD—backed with "Shine" and a cover of The Smiths' "Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want"—on 19 November 2001 and reached #24 in the UK Singles Chart—the lowest of all four singles released from Origin of Symmetry, though sold better than all of them except "Plug in Baby".

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If You're Feeling Sinister

If You're Feeling Sinister is the second album by Scottish pop group Belle & Sebastian, released on the independent label Jeepster Records in the United Kingdom and Matador Records in the United States. The album was released to much critical praise in 1996. Band leader Stuart Murdoch has stated in interviews that this is probably his best collection of songs, although they are not very well recorded.

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Feeling Minnesota

Feeling Minnesota is a 1996 American romantic comedy film, directed by Steven Baigelman, starring Keanu Reeves, Vincent D'Onofrio, Cameron Diaz, Tuesday Weld and Courtney Love.

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Once More with Feeling

That Sinking Feeling

That Sinking Feeling is a 1980 comedy film written and directed by Bill Forsyth, his first film as a director. The film is set in his home city, Glasgow, Scotland. The young actors in film were members of the Glasgow Youth Theatre. The film also features Richard Demarco, the Edinburgh gallery owner, playing himself. The four main actors went on to feature in Forsyth's following film Gregory's Girl.

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Dream (song)

"Dream", sometimes referred to as "Dream (When You're Feeling Blue)", is a jazz and pop standard with words and music written by Johnny Mercer in 1944. It has been and performed by many artists, with the most popular versions of this song recorded by The Pied Pipers, Frank Sinatra, and Roy Orbison. For Capitol Records, The Pied Pipers, with lead singer June Hutton, made a version of "Dream" (catalog number 185, with the flip side "Tabby the Cat") which became a major hit in 1945.

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Han (cultural)

Han is a concept in Korean culture attributed as a national cultural trait. Han denotes a collective feeling of oppression and isolation in the face of overwhelming odds. It connotes aspects of lament and unavenged injustice.

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Postprandial somnolence

Post-prandial somnolence is a normal state of drowsiness or lassitude following a meal. Post-prandial somnolence has two components – a general state of low energy related to activation of the parasympathetic nervous system in response to mass in the gastrointestinal tract, and a specific state of sleepiness caused by hormonal and neurochemical changes related to the rate at which glucose enters the bloodstream and its downstream effects on amino acid transport in the central nervous system.

Metabolism Neurophysiology
No Census, No Feeling

No Census, No Feeling is the 50th short subject starring American slapstick comedy team the Three Stooges. The trio made a total of 190 shorts for Columbia Pictures between 1934 and 1959.

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Feeling from Mountain and Water

Feeling from Mountain and Water is a Chinese animated short film produced by Shanghai Animation Film Studio under the master animator Te Wei. It is also referred to as "Love of Mountain and River", "Feelings of Mountains and Waters".

1988 films Films directed by Te Wei Animated short films Chinese animated films Films without speech
Sexual Feeling

"Sexual Feeling" is a 1990 single by American singer La Toya Jackson.

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S.E.S. Remixed – Dal Ri Gi/Just a Feeling

Tryin' to Get the Feeling

Tryin' to Get the Feeling is the third studio album released by Barry Manilow in 1975. It featured the title track, "Tryin' to Get the Feeling Again", with other hits including "New York City Rhythm", "Bandstand Boogie" (the theme from the long-running ABC series American Bandstand) and "I Write the Songs". The album was certified triple platinum. Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic 4.5/5 stars11px11px11px11px link

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Baby I'm Burning

"Baby I'm Burning" was a 1978 song written and performed by Dolly Parton that was part of a double-A-sided single "Baby I'm Burning"/"I Really Got the Feeling". Released from Parton's RCA album Heartbreaker, after the success of the title single, "Baby I'm Burning" reached number 25 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in early 1979, and also became a surprise hit on the disco chart, peaking at number 15.

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That Old Feeling (song)

"That Old Feeling" is a popular song. The music was written by Sammy Fain, the lyrics by Lew Brown. The song was published in 1937. The song first appeared in the movie Vogues of 1938, actually released in 1937. It was immediately a hit in a version recorded by Shep Fields and His Rippling Rhythm Orchestra, considered to have spent fourteen weeks on the charts in 1937, four at #1.

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Feelin' Kinda Patton

Feelin' Kinda Patton is stand-up comedian Patton Oswalt's first comedy album. It is a recording of a performance at the 40 Watt Club in Athens, Georgia. Feelin' Kinda Patton is an edited version of the previously released, 222. A limited vinyl edition of this album was issued in May 2008 by Stand Up! Records and features a cover with cut out playset and characters from the album by Mike 2600. http://www. stylusmagazine. com/reviews/patton-oswalt/feelin-kinda-patton. htm

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Feeling the Space

Feeling the Space is Yoko Ono's fourth album, her last one on Apple Records and her last release of the 1970s. (A fifth album, A Story, would be recorded in 1974, but not released until 1997). The entire album adopts a feminist theme, focusing on the plights of women in the 1970s. Its liner notes parody adult advertising, giving the telephone numbers, birthdates and vital statistics of the male band members. (John Lennon appears as "John O'Cean", with his number listed as "Not for Sale").

Albums produced by John Lennon Albums produced by Yoko Ono Yoko Ono albums 1973 albums Apple Records albums Rykodisc albums
What a Feeling (Alex Gaudino song)

"What a Feeling" is a song by Italian DJ Alex Gaudino, taken from his second studio album Magnificent (2011). The club-ready house song features leading vocals from American singer Kelly Rowland. It was written by Gaudino, Giuseppe D'Albenzio, Emmanuel Mijares, Jenson Vaughan, Rowland and Joseph "Lonny" Bereal. "What a Feeling" was released from 22 March 2011 by Magnificent Records and Ultra Records. Packaged with several remixes, upon release the single received positive reviews from critics.

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You've Got to Love Her with a Feeling

"You've Got to Love Her with a Feeling", or "Love with a Feeling" as it was originally called, is a blues song first recorded by Tampa Red in 1938. Numerous blues artists have interpreted and recorded the song, including Freddie King who had a #92 Pop Hit in 1961 with "You've Got to Love Her with a Feeling".

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Vesical tenesmus

Vesical tenesmus refers to the feeling of incomplete emptying of the bladder following urination. When the word tenesmus is used without modification, it usually refers to rectal tenesmus.

Symptoms and signs: Urinary system
Feelin' Way Too Damn Good

"Feelin' Way Too Damn Good" is the title of a song recorded by Canadian rock band Nickelback. It was released in June 2004 as the third single from their 2003 album The Long Road.

2004 singles Songs written by Chad Kroeger Nickelback songs
Insignificance

People may face feelings of insignificance due to a number of causes, including having low self-esteem, being depressed, living in a huge, impersonal city, comparing themselves to wealthy celebrity success stories, working in a huge bureaucracy, or being in awe of a natural wonder.

Emotions
Oceanic feeling

Oceanic feeling is a psychological term coined by Romain Rolland and popularized by Sigmund Freud in his books The Future of An Illusion and Civilization and Its Discontents to criticize the psychological feeling of religion, the "oceanic" feeling of limitlessness. According to Rolland's definition of the term, this feeling is the source of all religious energy which permeates in various religious systems.

Criticism of religion Psychoanalytic terminology
Push the Feeling On

"Push the Feeling On" is a 1992 song recorded by the British house music group Nightcrawlers. It was the first single from its album Let's Push It. The song was initially issued in the United Kingdom, but it was only a hit in the US when it was released there in 1993. It proved to be a greater success internationally when it was re-released two years later in 1995. The song was remixed featuring John Reid as a vocalist.

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Good Weird Feeling

Good Weird Feeling is a 1995 album by Odds. It was the band's most commercially successful album, and spawned the hit singles "Truth Untold", "Eat My Brain", "Satisfied" and "Mercy To Go" and " I Would Be Your Man".

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I'm Feeling You

"I'm Feeling You" is a song recorded by Santana with The Wreckers for Santana's 2005 album All That I Am. It was written by Branch, Kara DioGuardi and John Shanks. The music video showed Branch and Carlos Santana singing onstage of a party, with Jessica Harp singing background. It was Santana's second collaboration with Branch, the first being "The Game of Love" (2002). The single reached number fifty-five on the U.S.

2005 singles The Wreckers songs Songs produced by John Shanks Songs written by Kara DioGuardi Jessica Harp songs Santana (band) songs Michelle Branch songs Songs written by John Shanks
The Unnamed Feeling

"The Unnamed Feeling" is the third single by heavy metal band Metallica from their 2003 album St. Anger. The song is about an unnamed feeling (anxiety, according to Hetfield) a person feels when they are close to the edge of losing control, just before he or she panics. Along with a music video, the song was released as a single exclusively to Australia. It was released as part of an E.P. in the UK.

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Just the Way I'm Feeling

"Just the Way I'm Feeling" is the second single to be released from Feeder's fourth album Comfort In Sound. The single was due to be released on 6 January 2003, almost a year to the day the band's drummer Jon Lee committed suicide in his Miami home. Technical glitches on many on the CDs were found when they came back from the pressing plant, which caused a delay in release.

2003 singles Feeder songs
Feeling a Moment

"Feeling a Moment" is a song by Welsh rock band Feeder, from their 2005 album Pushing the Senses. It was released as the second single from the album, and reached #13 in the UK Singles Chart and #32 in Australia. At the end of 2005, it was voted 98th best song of the year by the readers of Q Magazine. Upon release of the single, the album's sales increased significantly in the wake of the single's presence on Radio 1's A-list.

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Where Did the Feeling Go?

"Where Did the Feeling Go?" is a song written by Norman Saleet and first recorded by Russell Hitchcock (from the band Air Supply) for his eponymous debut solo album in 1988. The song found renewed interest when Selena recorded the song a year later in 1989; however, it was not released until 1997 when it was featured in the film, Selena and its soundtrack album, following her tragic death in 1995.

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Love Is Only a Feeling

"Love Is Only a Feeling" is a song by English rock group The Darkness, released as the fifth and final single from their debut studio album, Permission to Land. The song peaked at number five on the UK Singles Chart. The music video for the song was filmed on top of a mesa called Flat Rock in Wentworth Falls in the Blue Mountains of Australia.

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That Same Old Feeling

That Same Old Feeling was a hit for Pickettywitch in 1970, an English band that was fronted by Polly Browne. It went to number 5 in the UK. It was written by John Macleod and Tony Macaulay. John Macleod also produced the song. It was recorded by English soul band The Foundations and appeared on their 1969 Digging The Foundations album. It was also covered by UK punk band Pinkie and The Exploding Hippos reaching #18 in the Uk Singles Chart.

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Dear Diary (FM Static album)

Dear Diary is a Christian rock opera, and the third studio album by the pop punk band FM Static. It was released on April 7, 2009 through Tooth & Nail Records. According to Trevor McNevan "It's a concept record, the entire album will be one story from beginning to end. It's based on a boy (and occasionally a girl) and their diary entries about what's going on in their lives.

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Era of Good Feeling

Soul Kind of Feeling

"Soul Kind of Feeling" was a single released in September 1984 by Australian soul music group Dynamic Hepnotics from their album Take You Higher. It was their highest charting hit, which appeared on the Australian Kent Music Report Singles Chart in October 1984 and peaked at No.  5. In 1986, "Soul Kind of Feeling" won the APRA Music Award for 'Most Performed Australasian Popular Work'. "Soul Kind of Feeling" was written by lead singer, Robert Susz.

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Feeling Strangely Fine

Feeling Strangely Fine (1998) is the follow-up by Semisonic to 1996's Great Divide recorded at Seedy Underbelly Studio, Minneapolis, Minnesota. The band had over 60 new songs in mind as they went into the recording process and had three specific requirements when they decided they wanted to record a new album. First, they didn't want to record any demotapes beyond simple guitar and vocal basement sketches meaning the album versions would be the first band recordings of the songs.

Albums produced by Nick Launay English-language albums Semisonic albums 1998 albums MCA Records albums
Filin

Filin was a Cuban, but US–influenced, popular song fashion of the late 40s to the early 60s. The word is derived from feeling, and is sometimes spelled feelín or even el feeling. It describes a style of post-microphone jazz-influenced romantic song. The Cuban roots of filín were in the bolero and the canción. It was related to the trova: in fact, filín was sometimes regarded as a renewal or reinvigoration, of the old trova.

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Feelin' Stronger Every Day

"Feelin' Stronger Every Day" is a song written by Peter Cetera and James Pankow for the group Chicago and recorded for their album Chicago VI (1973). The first single released from that album, it reached #10 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.

1973 singles Songs written by James Pankow Songs produced by James William Guercio Songs written by Peter Cetera Chicago (band) songs
Don't Wanna Lose This Feeling

"Don't Wanna Lose This Feeling" is a dance-pop for Minogue's 2003 album Neon Nights. The song was released as the album's fourth single in June 2003. The single reached the top twenty in multiple countries, and topped the club charts in the United Kingdom. Its music video, directed by Phil Griffin, features Minogue dancing on a beach with her lover and friends.

Songs written by Terry Ronald 2003 singles Dannii Minogue songs 2000s pop songs
Dawn Is a Feeling

"Dawn is a Feeling" is the second song from The Moody Blues 1967 album Days of Future Passed. Days of Future Passed is a concept album with each song representing a part of the day, with "Dawn is a Feeling" representing Dawn. "Dawn is a Feeling" was written by the Moody Blues' keyboardist Mike Pinder, and primarily features the band's guitarist Justin Hayward on lead vocals. This departs from the Moody Blues' traditional method of having the song's writer sing lead vocals.

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Doubleclick (artist)

Doubleclick is a musician and producer based in the United Kingdom. Joe Chapman released Once More with Feeling EP on Brighton-based label, Fly Casual, in 2000. He also collaborated with fellow artist, Amon Tobin, on Verbal Remixes & Collaborations in 2003. In 2009, he and Amon Tobin, under the name Two Fingers, released an album entitled Two Fingers and a corresponding album of instrumentals. His musical influences include Drum & Bass and Jungle music.

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Chase That Feeling

"Chase that Feeling" is the first single released by Hilltop Hoods from their 2009 album, State of the Art. It was released for download on 8 May 2009 and as a CD single on 22 May 2009. The song features a return guest appearance by a quartet of members from the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. The music video had its worldwide premiere on the YouTube homepage on Friday 1 May 2009. It samples "Pass the Word (Love is the Word)" by the doo wop group Mad Lads.

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Feeling Orange but Sometimes Blue

Feeling Orange but Sometimes Blue is the second studio album by American singer-songwriter Ledisi. The album won for Outstanding Jazz Album at the 2003 California Music Awards.

2002 albums Ledisi albums
Don't Fight the Feelin'

Don't Fight the Feelin' is the second studio album by American rapper Rappin' 4-Tay, released September 13, 1994 on Chrysalis Records and Rag Top Records.

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That Uncertain Feeling

That Uncertain Feeling is a comic novel by Kingsley Amis, first published in 1956. In 1962, the book was made into a film starring Peter Sellers, with the title changed to Only Two Can Play. It was also adapted by the BBC in 1985 as a television series, starring Denis Lawson and Sheila Gish, this time with the original title. A satire on life and culture in a Welsh seaside town, the story concerns a married librarian who begins an affair with the bored wife of a local bigwig.

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Feeling Sideways

Feeling Sideways, produced by Chris Joannou earned an ARIA music award for Best Independent Release. The same year, The Original Drummer, Anthony Johnsen left the band and was replaced with Cec Condon of The Tremors.

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Feeling Good Is Good Enough

Feeling Good Is Good Enough is a 2005 ASG album. It was their third studio album released by Volcom Entertainment Records. Singles from the album include "John Wayne", "Horse Whipper", and the title track. The quote "Feeling good is good enough" is a direct homage to the feature film 'Platoon' when the words were said by Willam DaFoe to Charlie Sheen after they smoked marijuana out of a shotgun.

2005 albums ASG albums
That Happy Feeling

"That Happy Feeling" was an instrumental pop music single recorded by Bert Kaempfert on March 16, 1962 and featured as the second cut on his album A Swingin' Safari. That song and the title track were among the first pop instrumentals to incorporate elements of South African music. It is also the title track of what is virtually the same album as the German "A Swingin' Safari", issued under a different name in America.

1962 singles Instrumentals
Feeling Sorry for Celia

Feeling Sorry for Celia is a young adult novel by Jaclyn Moriarty. It was first published in 2000 by Pan Macmillan. The story is told in a series of letters.

Novels set in Sydney Epistolary novels 2000 novels Australian novels
Losing Feeling

Losing Feeling is an EP by Southern Californian noise rock outfit No Age released by Sub Pop. It was made available for full streaming on August 5, 2009 and became available physically on October 6. The EP saw the band experimenting more with sample-based arrangements (created by looping heavily treated vocal or guitar parts) and electronic instrumentation.

No Age albums 2009 EPs
Yue Loong Feeling

The Yue Loong Feeling 101/102 was a five-door notchback and fastback built in Taiwan R.O. C by the Yue Loong Motor Company from 1986 until 1995.

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Can't Stop Feeling

"Can't Stop Feeling" is the 3rd single released from Scottish indie rock band Franz Ferdinand's third studio album Tonight: Franz Ferdinand. The song was released on 6 July 2009 worldwide.

Franz Ferdinand songs Songs written by Nicholas McCarthy 2009 singles Songs written by Alex Kapranos
Center for Feeling Therapy

The Center for Feeling Therapy was an abusive psychotherapy group which was referred to as a cult by various sources. It was founded in 1971 in Los Angeles. The Center was founded by former members of Arthur Janov's Primal Institute who were dissatisfied with what they felt were shortcomings in primal therapy. The Center started as an offshoot of primal therapy, but quickly abandoned primal therapy and subsequently went through many theoretical shifts, including an emphasis on dream analysis.

Psychotherapy
Hooked on a Feeling (album)

Hooked on a Feeling is an album by Swedish Rock band Blue Swede. They became known internationally largely due to their 'ooga chaka' cover of Jonathan King's 1971 version of the 1968 B. J. Thomas song "Hooked on a Feeling".

Blue Swede albums 1974 albums
Feeling Alive

"Feeling Alive" was the Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2003, performed in English by Stelios Konstantas. The song was performed ninth on the night. At the close of voting, it had received 15 points, placing 20th in a field of 26. For his Eurovision appearance, Stelios appeared dressed in a white suit and shirt. His backing performers, which included two girls in sleeveless, white, floor-length gowns, were also dressed in white.

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Feeling Pulled Apart by Horses / The Hollow Earth

"Feeling Pulled Apart by Horses" and "The Hollow Earth" are songs by Radiohead frontman and multi-instrumentalist Thom Yorke, released as a double A-side 12-inch single on 21 September 2009, and scheduled for a download release on 6 October 2009. The vinyl was limited to 8000 copies worldwide. Yorke revealed the release through Radiohead's online blog, "Dead Air Space", and commented that the songs are released "loosely" under his name.

2009 singles Thom Yorke songs Songs produced by Nigel Godrich Songs written by Thom Yorke Songs written by Jonny Greenwood
New Kind of Feeling

New Kind of Feeling is the 13th studio album by Anne Murray, issued in January 1979 on Capitol Records. The album continued her chart success from the previous year's Let's Keep it That Way, reaching number 2 and 23 on the U.S. country and pop album charts, respectively. In Murray's native Canada, New Kind of Feeling reached number 1 on the country album charts, and number 6 on the pop album charts. In the U.S.

Anne Murray albums 1979 albums Capitol Records albums
The Feeling of Power

The Feeling of Power is a science fiction short story by Isaac Asimov. The story first appeared in the February 1958 issue of If: Worlds of Science Fiction, and was reprinted in the 1959 collection Nine Tomorrows, the 1969 retrospective Opus 100, and the 1986 collection Robot Dreams. In the introduction to Robot Visions, Asimov lists this story as one of the notable robot stories.

1958 short stories Short stories by Isaac Asimov Works originally published in If (magazine)
Tryin' to Get the Feeling Again

"Tryin' to Get the Feeling Again" is a song written by David Pomeranz. It was sung by '70s superstars Barry Manilow and the Carpenters. Manilow's version was included on his album, Tryin' to Get the Feeling, and the Carpenters' version wasn't released until 1995, on their 25th anniversary CD, Interpretations: A 25th Anniversary Celebration.

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The Feeling Good Handbook

The Feeling Good Handbook is a book written by David D. Burns, M.D. and originally published in 1989. It introduces principles of cognitive psychology which can be applied in efforts to change a person's mood. It covers many aspects of communication skills and cognitive distortions. The name of the book was from a phrase "change the way you feel by changing the way you think". A revised edition was published in 1999.

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Feeling rules

Feeling rules are socially shared norms that influence how we want to try to feel emotions in given social relations. This concept was introduced by sociologist Arlie Russell Hochschild in 1979. All human beings learn certain feeling rules but they differ according to culture, social class and gender. Feeling rules are usually highly flexible and their personal interpretation influences one's personality.

Rules Sociological terms
Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mama's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feelin' So Sad

Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mama's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feelin' So Sad: A Pseudoclassical Tragifarce in a Bastard French Tradition was the first play written by Arthur L. Kopit. The play opened off-Broadway at the Phoenix Repertory Theatre in New York City in 1962 and moved to the Morosco Theatre for 47 performances on Broadway in 1963.

Debut plays 1967 films 1963 plays Films directed by Richard Quine Plays by Arthur Kopit
Feeling Your UFO

Feeling your UFO is a "mini-album" by Rin Toshite Shigure released between their 1st and 2nd full-length albums.

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I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling

"I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling" is a popular song with music by Fats Waller and Harry Link and lyrics by Billy Rose, published in 1929. In 1929, right after its publication, a very large number of different recordings were made (see below); afterwards, the song has become a popular standard, recorded by many people.

Songs with music by Fats Waller 1929 songs Songs with music by Harry Link Songs with lyrics by Billy Rose
Feeling the Fall

Feeling the Fall is the first full-length album by Portland based Indie rock band The Village Green. All tracks were composed by J. Nicholas Allard.

2006 albums
Funeral for a Feeling

Funeral For a Feeling is the second full-length studio album from New York hardcore punk band, Kill Your Idols. It was released in July 2001 on SideOneDummy Records.

2001 albums Kill Your Idols albums
Looking Good, Feeling Gorgeous

"Looking Good Feeling Gorgeous" is the first single from RuPaul's album Red Hot. The dance/house song is a self-affirming anthem of self-confidence, particularly in relation to one's appearance. It was released exclusively on a CD single on RuCo, Inc. , RuPaul's own label.

2004 singles RuPaul songs
Turn It Up (The Feeling song)

"Turn It Up" is the third single to be taken from soft rock quintet The Feeling's chart-topping second album, Join with Us. It was confirmed on 16 May 2008 on the band's official website that it will be released digitally on 30 June, with the CD out on 7 July. The single's format details were revealed on The Feeling's website on 29 May 2008. Included are the single itself, a new song, a cover version of Velvet Underground's "Femme Fatale" and two remixes of "Turn It Up".

The Feeling songs 2008 songs
That Old Feeling

Love Is Only Feeling

Love Is Only Feeling is the sixteenth studio album (eighteenth overall) by Scottish singer/songwriter Donovan. It was released in West Germany in October 1981, in Italy in january 1982 and belatedly in the UK (RCA PL 28472) in 1983.

Donovan albums 1981 albums
Wild Arms Music the Best -feeling wind-

Wild Arms Music the Best is a series of arrangement albums from Media. Vision's Wild Arms series. This is the first album released under the title "Music the Best", -feeling wind-, a piano arrangement album.

Wild Arms albums 2006 soundtracks
I've Got That Old Feeling

I've Got That Old Feeling is an album by American violinist/singer Alison Krauss, released in 1990. It reached number 61 on the Billboard Country Albums chart. At the Grammy Awards of 1991 I've Got That Old Feeling won the Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Recording.

Alison Krauss & Union Station albums Rounder Records albums 1990 albums Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album
Hope You're Feeling Better

"Hope You're Feeling Better" is the eighth track and third single from the 1970 Santana album Abraxas. It was written by the band's singer Gregg Rolie and released as a single in 1971. The song opens with four bars of organ riff. The lyrics describe how a character tries to change their lifestyle but ends up losing their child, moving town and losing their friends.

Santana (band) songs 1970 singles
Just Feelin'

Just Feelin' is a 1985 album by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner originally released on the Palo Alto label. It features performances by Tyner with his trio featuring Avery Sharpe and Louis Hayes along with percussionist Babatunde. The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow states "The project served as the real beginning of Tyner's current conservative but still lively music in which his formerly avant-garde style became very much a part of the jazz tradition. Worth searching for".

1985 albums McCoy Tyner albums Palo Alto Records albums
Daphne Simeon

Daphne Simeon M.D. is an American psychiatrist, best known for her research on depersonalization disorder.

Living people American psychiatrists Columbia Medical School alumni
Blues with a Feeling

"Blues with a Feeling" is a blues song first released by Rabon Tarrant with Jack McVea and His All Stars in 1947. Later, the song became an important hit for Little Walter and "has been cited by a number of his imitators as the song that inspired them to take up harmonica". "Blues with a Feeling" has been recorded by various blues and other artists.

1953 singles 1947 songs Taj Mahal songs Blues songs Little Walter songs
Can't Shake the Feeling

"Can't Shake the Feeling" is a hit song by UK boyband Big Fun. The song was released as their third single in November 1989. It was their second single produced by Stock Aitken & Waterman and, like their previous single "Blame It On The Boogie", it became a top 10 hit in the UK, peaking at #8. The song was later included on the group's debut album A Pocketful of Dreams in 1990. The song became successful when released around Europe, most notably in Spain where it peaked at #5.

Songs written by Stock Aitken Waterman Songs produced by Stock Aitken Waterman 1989 singles
That Christmas Feeling

That Christmas Feeling is the eleventh album by American singer/guitarist Glen Campbell, released in 1968. While the album has never been reissued on a domestic CD in the US, the Netherlands-based Disky Records label issued a CD version (with different cover art) in 2003. In 2010 Capitol Records Nashville made the album available as a digital download, with the original cover art and two bonus tracks taken from the 1969 BFGoodrich compilation album The Christmas Sound of Music.

Capitol Records Christmas albums Glen Campbell albums English-language albums 1968 Christmas albums Christmas albums by American artists
The Naked Feeling

赤裸感覺 The Naked Feeling is the fifth studio album of cantopop singer Prudence Liew, released in 1990.

Sony Music Hong Kong albums Concept albums Prudence Liew albums 1990 albums
Once More with Feeling (video collection)

Once More with Feeling: Videos 1996–2004 is a compilation DVD by British alternative rock band Placebo, released in 2004.

Placebo video albums 2004 video albums 2004 compilation albums Music video compilation albums
Feeling You Up

Feeling You Up was recorded from 1995–1997 and released November 1997 on 12" vinyl and CD. "It's On Your Face" was used in its entirety in Francis Ford Coppola's TV series First Wave episode 16 "The Undesirables".

1997 albums Truly albums Capitol Records albums
Can't Fight This Feeling (Junior Caldera song)

"Can't Fight this Feeling" is a Disco house song written by Junior Caldera, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Roselyn Della Sabina, and produced by Junior Caldera for his first album, Début, released in 2009. It was released as the album's fourth single in February 2010. It was also the second single from Ellis-Bextor's fourth studio album, Make A Scene. The single was released in France prior to the release of Ellis-Bextor following single, "Bittersweet".

Number-one singles in Poland 2010 singles Songs written by Junior Caldera Songs written by Sophie Ellis-Bextor
Lost in the Feeling

Lost in the Feeling is the ninth studio album released by American country music artist Mark Chesnutt. This album marked Chesnutt's return to MCA after the dissolution of the Decca Records Nashville division in 1999. The two singles from this album, which were the title track and "Fallin' Never Felt So Good", both failed to reach Top 40 on the Hot Country Songs charts, making this the first studio album of Chesnutt's career not to have any Top 40 hits.

2000 albums MCA Records albums Mark Chesnutt albums
Groovy Feeling (Fluke song)

"Groovy Feeling" is the eighth single by the English electronic music band Fluke. Taken from the album, Six Wheels on My Wagon the track was the final single released by Fluke in 1993 after the successes of Slid and Electric Guitar. In line with a reference pioneered by The KLF and prevalent throughout the British Electronic Music scene, all the remixes are named with references to various ice creams.

Fluke songs
Feeling Feline

I Can't Stop This Feeling I've Got

"I Can't Stop This Feeling I've Got" is a song by the English indie rock band Razorlight, and is the sixth track on their 2006 second album, Razorlight. The song was released 19 March 2007 as the fourth single from that album in the United Kingdom, peaking at #44 in the UK Singles Chart. The song was the first single from the album to fail to enter the top 40 of the UK Singles Chart.

Razorlight songs 2007 singles Songs produced by Chris Thomas Songs written by Johnny Borrell
Looking For A Feeling You Never Knew You Needed

Looking For A Feeling You Never Knew You Needed is an album by American singer-songwriter and actor Val Emmich. It was released digitally on September 21, 2010.

2010 albums English-language albums
Feeling Good (disambiguation)

What's So Bad About Feeling Good?

What's So Bad About Feeling Good? is the title of a 1968 comedy film, starring George Peppard, Mary Tyler Moore, Jeanne Arnold, Dom DeLuise and Gillian Spencer. A box-office disappointment, it was directed by George Seaton, whose next film, Airport, would become the second highest-grossing film of 1970.

1960s comedy films Films directed by George Seaton American films 1968 films English-language films
What a Feeling (Flashdance)

"What a Feeling (Flashdance)" is the title of a song by Austrian electronic dance group Global Deejays. The track is a house cover version of the Eighties pop hit single "Flashdance... What a Feeling" by Irene Cara. The title of the original song was reversed for the new title of the cover version, with "Flashdance" now a sub-title within the new title.

House music songs Global Deejays songs 2005 singles
That Uncertain Feeling (film)

That Uncertain Feeling is a 1941 comedy film directed by Ernst Lubitsch and starring Merle Oberon, Melvyn Douglas and Burgess Meredith. The film is about the bored wife of an insurance salesman who meets an eccentric pianist and seeks a divorce. The screenplay by Walter Reisch and Donald Ogden Stewart was based on the French play Divorçons by Victorien Sardou and Emile de Najac. The film was a failure at the box office.

United Artists films American screwball comedy films Films directed by Ernst Lubitsch Black-and-white films 1941 films American romantic comedy films Films based on plays English-language films 1940s romantic comedy films Comedy of remarriage films
Mutual Feeling

"Mutual Feeling" is the fifth single released by British soul singer, Beverley Knight. The track, which peaked at #124 on the UK Singles Chart when it was released in 1996, did not have a promotional video made to accompany it and remains Knight's second lowest charting single to date in the UK, after "After You".

1996 singles Beverley Knight songs Songs written by Beverley Knight
That Friday Feeling

That Friday Feeling (TFF) was a humorous radio programme, broadcast on Mansfield 103.2 which last aired in September 2009. Mansfield 103.2 FM - The Home of Great Music is an Independent Local Radio station in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. The show ran for three hours, between 7pm and 10pm, on Fridays. Presented by Ian 'Watko' Watkins, it also featured his producers, Christoff, Cam and Ben. Podcasts of the show were made available by MickYNWA. The show relied on callers and crazy topics.

2008 radio programme debuts British radio comedy
Satan Is Real Again, or Feeling Good About Bad Thoughts

Satan Is Real Again, or Feeling Good About Bad Thoughts, released in 1996, is the second album by Country Teasers.

1996 albums
What is this Feeling?

"What is this Feeling?" is a musical number from the hit musical Wicked. It is sung between Elphaba, Galinda (later Glinda), and students at Shiz University.

Songs from Wicked
Familiar Feeling

Familiar Feeling is a song that was recorded by Moloko in 2002. It was released as a single in 2003, peaking at number 10 on the UK Singles Chart, and is featured on the album Statues.

2003 singles 2002 songs Moloko songs
Music, Thought, and Feeling

Music, Thought, and Feeling: Understanding the Psychology of Music is a book written by psychologist William Forde Thompson and published in 2009 by Oxford University Press.

2009 books Psychology books
Lost in the Feeling (song)

"Lost in the Feeling" is a single by American country music artist Conway Twitty. Released in 1983, it was the first single and title track from the album Lost in the Feeling. The song reached #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. A cover by Mark Chesnutt peaked at number 59 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in 2000.

Mark Chesnutt songs 1983 singles RPM Country Tracks number-one singles Songs produced by Jimmy Bowen Conway Twitty songs
State of Feeling Concentration

State of Feeling Concentration (2001) was the first full-length release from the newly-minted The Rocking Horse Winner. After Red Letter Day broke up, the band reformed with Jolie Lindholm of Dashboard Confessional fame and were signed to Ohev Records after the release of 4-Way Split. This album helped the band achieve underground indie success with their sweet harmonies and female-fronted style reminiscent of Letters to Cleo.

The Rocking Horse Winner albums 2001 albums
Fight the Feeling

Fight the Feeling, released in 2002, is the fourth album by Luis Fonsi, and to date, the only one released in English.

Luis Fonsi albums 2002 albums Albums produced by The Underdogs
Get to the Feeling

Get to the Feeling is the fourth album by Portland, Oregon-based R&B group Pleasure, released in 1978. It was produced by jazz legend Wayne Henderson of the Crusaders.

Fantasy Records albums 1978 albums
Good Feeling (EP)

Good Feeling is an EP by US rapper Flo Rida. It was released exclusively in Australia in 2012 to promote his tour there and features some of his biggest hits.

Albums produced by Benny Blanco Albums produced by David Guetta 2012 EPs Flo Rida albums Albums produced by Dr. Luke
Without You (The Feeling song)

"Without You" is the second single to be released from the number-one album Join with Us by pop/rock band The Feeling. The band recorded the song in their live set each night during their tour of the UK from 7 March 2008 to 20 March 2008—these recordings became available to download at the time of the single's release. The song has been on BBC Radio 2's A-List, meaning it received around 20 plays each week at its peak. The song's lyrics concern the Virginia Tech massacre.

The Feeling songs 2008 singles
Feeling So Real

"Feeling So Real" is a song by American electronica musician Moby, released in 1994 as the second single from his renowned studio album Everything Is Wrong. The single peaked at number 30 on the UK Singles Chart and at number 9 on the U.S. Billboard dance charts. The song features the phrases "sound system rocking" and "set it up DJ" spoken by Kochie Banton, who also appears in Moby's following single, "Everytime You Touch Me". The guest vocalist for the song is Rozz Morehead.

Moby songs 1994 singles Mute Records singles Songs written by Moby
That Feeling, You Can Only Say What It Is in French

That Feeling, You Can Only Say What It Is in French is a short story by Stephen King. It was originally published in the June 22, 1998 issue of The New Yorker magazine. In 2002, it was collected in King's collection Everything's Eventual. It focuses on a married woman in a car ride on vacation constantly repeating the same events over and over, each event ending with the same gruesome outcome.

Short stories by Stephen King Works originally published in The New Yorker 2002 short stories Horror short stories
Once More, with Feeling (book)

Once More, with Feeling: How We Tried to Make the Greatest Porn Film Ever is a book by Victoria Coren and Charlie Skelton published in 2003. The authors, whose only experience of the porn industry was as journalists for the Erotic Review magazine, set out to make a porn movie which would differ from the industry's standard output. Once More, with Feeling is their account of the time they spent researching and shooting the film.

Pornographic books
Blues with a Feeling (Steve Hackett album)

Blues With A Feeling is an album by Steve Hackett, released in 1994. As the title denotes, Hackett explored his feelings about blues music. The tempo is much slower than other albums, but it does allow his listeners to see another side to his personality as well as his playing ability.

1994 albums Steve Hackett albums
Feeling Fine

Feeling Fine is a 2010 single release by Scottish recording artist Alex Gardner, released in the United Kingdom and Ireland on September 27, 2010. The song was produced by production duo Xenomania.

Songs written by Brian Higgins Alex Gardner songs 2010 singles Songs produced by Xenomania
This Feeling Gets Old

This Feeling Gets Old is the 2nd full-length album by metalcore band Kid Gorgeous released in 2003 on Uprising Records.

2003 albums
I Got the Feeling (Today song)

I Got the Feeling is a Hip hop song released as a single by the Motown artists Today. The first track on Today's album titled "New Formula", the single was released on August 17, 1990 on both vinyl and cassette. The song peaked at #12 on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. It was featured in the 2004 video game, Grand Theft Auto San Andreas on the New Jack Swing radio station, CSR 103.9.

1990 singles
Never Stop That Feeling

Never Stop That Feeling is the debut album released by the German DJ, Mark 'Oh in 1995, by Peace Records.

Mark 'Oh albums 1995 albums
It's a Great Feeling (song)

"It's a Great Feeling" is a popular song. The music was written by Jule Styne, the lyrics by Sammy Cahn. The song was published in 1949. The song was introduced in the musical of the same name by Doris Day.

Songs with lyrics by Sammy Cahn 1949 songs Songs with music by Jule Styne
I Hope You're Feeling Better Now

I Hope You're Feeling Better Now is an EP by Los Angeles indie band Irving.

2003 EPs Irving (band) albums
I'm Feeling Kind of Lucky Tonight

"I'm Feeling Kind of Lucky Tonight" is a single by Canadian country music artist Charlie Major. Released in 1997, it was the first single from Major's album Everything's Alright. The song reached #1 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in December 1997.

Songs written by Charlie Major RPM Country Tracks number-one singles Charlie Major songs 1997 singles
Looking Good, Feeling Great

Looking Good, Feeling Great was a daytime programme in the UK, shown on ITV. Fern Britton and her panel of experts take viewers through a step-by-step guide on how to live a healthier lifestyle. Fern was joined by personal trainer Julie Dawn Cole, life-coach Pete Cohen and science expert Dr Brian Cox. There was also a four part empowerment course run by Pete Cohen were he will be joined by Martin Sterling.

2000s British television series 2006 television series debuts 2006 in British television ITV television programmes
Once Again, with FEELING!

Once Again, with FEELING! is a twenty song compilation by recording artist Jim Bianco. Released August 25, 2009, this compilation features eleven popular tracks from three of Bianco's studio albums and nine previously unreleased tracks from Bianco's collection of demos, alternate versions and B-sides. This album was released exclusively through NoiseTrade. com.

Jim Bianco albums 2009 compilation albums
Once More with Feeling (Billy Eckstine album)

Once More with Feeling is a 1960 studio album by singer Billy Eckstine. Production was by Teddy Reig and the album was released on the Roulette label.

1960 albums Albums arranged by Billy May Roulette Records albums English-language albums Billy Eckstine albums Albums conducted by Billy May
Must Be the Feeling

Must Be the Feeling is a song by UK Electronic duo Nero from their debut album Welcome Reality. It was released as the seventh and final single from the album on 5 March 2012, peaking at number 25 on the UK Dance Chart. It samples the track "Time to Move" by Carmen.

2012 singles Nero songs
Rebirth of a Feeling

Rebirth of a Feling is the fourth album by American jazz group the String Trio of New York recorded in 1983 for the Italian Black Saint label.

String Trio of New York albums 1983 albums Black Saint/Soul Note albums
Oceanic Feeling (album)

Oceanic Feeling is The Prayer Boat's first full-length album, released in 1991 on BMG/RCA records. The term "oceanic feeling" is a psychoanalytic term for the spiritual feeling of limitlessness.

1991 albums
Once More, with Feeling!

This article discusses the 1960 film. For other topics of the same name, see Once More with Feeling Once More, with Feeling! File:Once more with feeling.

British films 1960s romantic comedy films Columbia Pictures films 1960 films Films based on plays English-language films Films shot in Technicolor Films directed by Stanley Donen
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Feeling that Way

"Feeling That Way", occasionally known as "Feeling That Way (When Summer's Gone)", is a single released by American rock band Journey in 1978. The song was first an instrumental entitled "Velvet Curtain" that was shelved until Gregg Rolie decided to rerecord it with words and change the name to "Please Let Me Stay". It was originally going to be put on their third album Next but was pulled off at the very last minute.

Songs produced by Roy Thomas Baker 1978 singles Rock ballads Journey (band) songs
Feeling Good Feeling Good 2

All About a Feeling

All About a Feeling is the third studio album released by American country artist Donna Fargo. The album was released in October 1973 on Dot Records and was produced by Fargo's husband and manager Stan Silver. It was Donna Fargo's second studio released in 1973 and spawned two Top 10 hits on the Billboard country chart between 1973 and 1974. It was Fargo's first studio album not to chart among the Billboard 200 albums list.

Donna Fargo albums 1973 albums
Baby I'm Burning I Really Got the Feeling 1

Can't Fake the Feeling

Can't Fake the Feeling is 1980 dance single by Geraldine Hunt. The single hit number one on the dance chart for seven weeks. , but failed to hit the pop singles chart. However, "Can't Fake the Feeling" peaked at number fifty-eight on the soul singles chart.. Preceded by"Love Sensation" by Loleatta Holloway U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play number-one singleSeptember 27, 1980 - November 8, 1980 (seven weeks) Succeeded by"Shoot Your Best Shot"/"It Don't Hurt No More" by Linda Clifford

1980 singles Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs number-one singles
I'm Feeling Lucky (book)

I'm Feeling Lucky: The Confessions of Google Employee Number 59 is a 2011 book by Douglas Edwards who was Google's first director of marketing and brand management. The book tells his story of what it was like to be on the inside during the rise of one of the most powerful internet companies from its start-up beginnings.

2011 books Non-fiction books
Fooled by a Feeling

"Fooled by a Feeling" is the title of a song recorded by American country music artist Barbara Mandrell. It was released in July 1979 as the second single from the album Just for the Record The song reached #4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.

1979 singles Songs written by Dennis Morgan Barbara Mandrell songs
I'm Not Feeling You

"I'm Not Feeling You" is the title of a top ten dance single by Yvette Michele. Part of the track features a sample of the Oran "Juice" Jones single "The Rain". Billboard magazine called the single "a fierce debut hit".

1997 singles
Gut Feeling

"Gut Feeling" is a song by Devo. It appears on their 1978 album Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!. The track was used on the soundtrack of the Wes Anderson film The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, for which Devo member Mark Mothersbaugh composed new music, and also used in the Stacy Peralta documentary "Dogtown and Z-Boys", in the End Credits. The Weather Channel used "Gut Feeling" as one of the songs played during the Local Forecast segments. The song is also in the EA video game Skate.

Songs produced by Brian Eno 1978 songs Devo songs
Hooked on a Feeling Hooked on a Feeling 1

Feeling Good (Julie London album)

Feeling Good was an LP album by Julie London, released by Liberty Records under catalog number LRP-3416 as a monophonic recording and catalog number LST-7416 in stereo in 1965.

Liberty Records albums Julie London albums 1965 albums English-language albums
That Certain Feeling (film)

That Certain Feeling is a 1956 American comedy film directed by Melvin Frank, and starring Bob Hope, Eva Marie Saint, and George Sanders.

American comedy films 1956 films American films Films directed by Melvin Frank 1950s comedy films Films directed by Norman Panama
That Funny Feeling

That Funny Feeling is a 1965 American romantic comedy film starring Sandra Dee, Bobby Darin, and Donald O'Connor. This was the second film with O'Connor and Kathleen Freeman (who played a lady in a telephone booth) together, the first being Singin' in the Rain.

1965 films 1960s romantic comedy films American romantic comedy films Universal Pictures films Films shot in Technicolor
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That Certain Feeling

"That Certain Feeling" is a 1925 song composed by George Gershwin, with lyrics by Ira Gershwin . It was introduced by Allen Kearns and Queenie Smith in the 1925 musical Tip-Toes . It was later used as the title of a 1956 Bob Hope film featuring Pearl Bailey, who also made a popular recording.

Songs with lyrics by Ira Gershwin Songs with music by George Gershwin 1925 songs
S.E.S. Remixed – Dal Ri Gi/Just a Feeling

S.E.S. Remixed - Dal Ri Gi/Just A Feeling is an album released by S.E.S. in 2002. This is S.E.S. ' first Korean single. It sold approximately 3,000 copies. It includes remixes of two songs from the fifth album.

S.M. Entertainment remix albums 2002 remix albums S.E.S. albums
Restless Feeling

Restless Feeling is a blues album by Carl Weathersby. It was released in 1998 on the Evidence Records label # ECD 26099-2. It was produced by John Snyder and recorded May 11-15, 1998 at Dockside Studios in Maurice, Louisiana.

Evidence Music albums 1998 albums Carl Weathersby albums
The Feeling discography

The discography of The Feeling, a British band, consists of three studio albums and twelve singles. Their debut album, Twelve Stops and Home was released in 2006, and reached number two in the UK Albums Chart. The album produced five top-forty singles. Their second album, Join With Us, produced four singles and reached number one in the UK Albums Chart.

Pop music groups discographies Discographies of British artists
That Certain Feeling (album)

That Certain Feeling is an album by American organist John Patton recorded in 1968 and released on the Blue Note label.

Blue Note Records albums John Patton albums Albums produced by Alfred Lion 1968 albums Albums recorded at Van Gelder Studio
The Old Days Feeling

The Old Days Feeling is a collection of out-of-print, reissued, and unreleased songs by Portland artist Mirah. Many tracks are similar in nature to Mirah's debut album, You Think It's Like This But Really It's Like This. Additionally, the album features collaborative work by Phil Elvrum, who had produced Advisory Committee and C'mon Miracle, and Calvin Johnson, who also wrote the liner notes.

2008 albums Mirah albums
That Crazy Feeling

That Crazy Feeling is a song written by Ray Doggett and recorded by American country music artist Kenny Rogers (then known as Kenneth Rogers). It was released in 1957 as his debut single, first by Kix Records and then picked up in 1958 by Carlton Records.

Kenny Rogers songs 1958 singles
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This Happy Feeling

This Happy Feeling is a 1958 film by Blake Edwards adapted from the F. Hugh Herbert play For Love or Money. Edwards regretted Universal's eleventh hour decision of a name change, but the studio was hoping to trade off another pop hit by Debbie Reynolds as they had with Tammy and the Bachelor.

Films directed by Blake Edwards Films set in Connecticut American films 1958 films 1950s romantic comedy films Films shot in CinemaScope Films based on plays Universal Pictures films
Who's Feeling Young Now?

Who's Feeling Young Now? is the third album by Punch Brothers. The album was released February 14, 2012. It has been described as "remarkably close to the indie-rock sounds of today" for a bluegrass album. The album is more accessible than the band's previous work, based on a decision not to over-complicate the music: "instead of adding parts, you’re reinforcing existing parts. " A reviewer from Paste called Who's Feeling Young Now? "a masterpiece."

2012 albums
When the Feeling Hits You!

When the Feeling Hits You!' is a 1965 studio album by Sammy Davis, Jr. , featuring Sam Butera and the Witnesses.

Reprise Records albums 1965 albums Sammy Davis, Jr. albums English-language albums
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