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|Single by Jane Wiedlin|
|from the album Jane Wiedlin|
|B-side||"My Travelling Heart"|
|Genre||Pop rock, new wave|
|Writer(s)||Randell Kirsch, Jane Wiedlin|
|Producer(s)||George Massenburg, Bill Payne, Russ Kunkel|
|Jane Wiedlin singles chronology|
"Blue Kiss" is a song written and performed by American musician Jane Wiedlin and American singer/songwriter Randell Kirsch. The single was lead single from her self-titled debut album Jane Wiedlin and Wiedlin's first after having left the all-female rock band The Go-Go's. It reached #77 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #30 on Hot Dance Club Play.
The 7" single was backed with the parent album's closing album track "My Travelling Heart", a Celtic-flavored ballad that deals with Wiedlin's feelings about the breakup of the band. An extended 12-inch single was also released, featuring an instrumental version of "Blue Kiss", along with two extended dance versions, one of which was remixed by famed Madonna collaborator William Orbit.
Two music videos were produced for the song - one was not released, the other features Jane playing her guitar and singing in the back of a truck travelling a back-road.
In 2011, Filipino band Imago covered this song which was aired in Philippine radio airwaves but did not release as a single and the song was used for promotional purposes only.
- "Blue Kiss" (Randall Kirsch, Wiedlin) – 3:27
- "My Travelling Heart" (Wiedlin) – 4:07
- 12" Maxi
- "Blue Kiss (Special Dance Version)" – 6:30 (Mixed By John "Tokes" Potoker)
- "Blue Kiss ("V" Mix)" – 6:12 (Mixed By Vince Ely)
- "Blue Kiss (Instrumental)" – 4:18 (Mixed By John "Tokes" Potoker)
- UK 12"
- "Blue Kiss (Dance Mix)"
- "Blue Kiss (Instrumental)"
- "My Travelling Heart"
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100||77|
|U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play||30|
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