Back on My Feet Again

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This article is about the Foundation's song. For the Baby's song, see Union Jacks.
"Back on My Feet Again"
Single by The Foundations
B-side "I Can Take or Leave Your Loving"
Released 1968
Format 7"
Genre Pop
Length 3:
Label Pye, UK Uni, US
Writer(s) Tony Macaulay, John Macleod (songwriter)
Producer(s) Tony Macaulay
The Foundations singles chronology
Baby, Now That I've Found You
(1967)
Back on My Feet Again
(1968)
Any Old Time (You're Lonely and Sad)
(1968)

"Back on My Feet Again" is the second single released by the Foundations. It was the follow-up to their hit single "Baby, Now That I've Found You". It was written by Tony Macaulay and John MacLeod and produced by Tony Macaulay. It charted at number 18 in the UK.[1] The B-side of the single, "I Can Take or Leave Your Loving" was written by Rick Jones.[2]

Clem Curtis was the lead vocalist on this song. A re-recorded version featuring Clem Curtis's replacement, Colin Young, appeared on the Marble Arch album.

Releases[edit]

  • The Foundations - "Back on My Feet Again" / "I Can Take or Leave Your Loving" - PYE 7N 17417 - 1968[3]
  • The Foundations - "Back on My Feet Again" / "I Can Take or Leave Your Loving" - UNI 55058[4]

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