(Love Moves in) Mysterious Ways" is a single by British singer-songwriter Julia Fordham. It was released in 1992 from her 1991 album Swept. The song charted at number 19 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming her highest charting single in the country. The song was appeared on a 1991 romantic comedy film The Butcher's Wife. The song became a popular pop-standard in the Philippines reintroduced by Filipino singer Nina in 2005. [1 ]
Background [ edit ]
The song was first offered to
Linda Ronstadt but she turned it down so it was introduced to Fordham. [1 ]
Performance [ edit ]
In 2014, Fordham performed it live for her two Valentine concerts entitled "'
Love Moves..." in the Philippines. [2 ]
Track listing [ edit ]
Happy Ever After" "Manhattan Skyline"
"One of the Boys"
Chart perfromance [ edit ]
Nina version [ edit ]
Love Moves in Mysterious Ways" is the first commercial single from Filipino singer Nina's successful third album . Nina Live! [5 ] It was released in February 2005 by [6 ] Warner Music, along with the live album. The song was part of the Nina Live! recording session on January 30, 2005 at the PHI Resto and Bar, Metrowalk ( Pasig City, Philippines). The song is considered to be one of the main reasons why [7 ] Nina Live! became a huge success, certifying Diamond by the Philippine Association of the Record Industry—which makes Nina the first and only female diamond awardee in the Philippine music industry. [8 ]
Internationally, the song was released as a
digital download through Rhino Records. [9 ]
Music video [ edit ]
Nina performing the song live on the
The music video for "Love Moves in Mysterious Ways" was recorded during the
Nina Live! recording sessions, which was directed by Marla Ancheta. No studio version was used for release. The video features Nina performing live with The Essence band. Fans and audience surround her, while she sings the song to them.
The video premiered on
myx in February 2005.
Formats and track listing [ edit ]
Worldwide digital download
"Love Moves in Mysterious Ways"
Release history [ edit ]
Other covers [ edit ]
References [ edit ]