Love Like a Fountain

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"Love Like a Founatin"
Single by Ian Brown
from the album Golden Greats
Released 25 October 1999
Format CD, 7"
Recorded ?
Genre Alternative
Length 3:32 (Single version)
5:13 (Album version)
Label Polydor
Ian Brown singles chronology
"Be There"
"Love Like a Fountain"
"Dolphins Were Monkeys"

"Love Like a Fountain" is the first single from Ian Brown's second solo album, Golden Greats. Released on 25 October 1999, it placed No. 23 on the UK Singles Chart. The single version of the song was included in Brown's compilation album, The Greatest. The single cover was a self-portrait designed by Brown.

Brown has regularly commented that this is his favorite song from his solo catalogue, although he regretted it being released as a single.

During live performances, Brown regularly adds a stream of "-ation" based words, a lyrical style used in Stevie Wonder's "Pastime Paradise". That song in turn influenced Coolio's "Gangsta's Paradise", which Brown used as the basis for another single, "F.E.A.R."

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Love Like A Fountain" (Radio Edit) - 3:31
  2. "The Fisherman" - 7:38
  3. "Love Like A Fountain" (Video CD Rom)
  • The idea of track 2 is further explored in "The Return of the Fisherman" song from The Greatest compilation.
  1. "Love Like A Fountain" (Radio Edit) - 3:31
  2. "Love Like A Fountain" (Stereo MC's Mix) - 5:28
  3. "Love Like A Fountain" (Aim Mix) - 3:52
Ltd numbered 7inch
  1. "Love Like A Fountain" (Radio Version)
  2. "The Fisherman"

Release details[edit]

Country Date Label Format Catalog
United Kingdom 25 October 1999 Polydor CD1 5615162
CD2 5615172
7" 5615167

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