Can You Feel It" is a song by American group the Jacksons, recorded in March 1980 and released as the third single from their album .
Written by brothers
Michael and Jackie, the song featured solo leads by Randy and Michael. Released as a single in 1981, the song reached No. 77 on the pop charts and No. 30 on the R&B charts in United States, but reached No. 6 in the UK and No. 2 in the Netherlands in 1981.
Personnel [ edit ]
Written and composed by Michael Jackson and Jackie Jackson
Produced by the Jacksons
Lead vocals: Michael & Randy Jackson
Arrangement by Michael & Jackie Jackson
String arrangement by Tom Tom 84
Background vocal coordinator & choir director: Stephanie Spruill
The Children's Choir: Yolanda Kenerly, Brigette Bush, Audra Tillman, Lita Aubrey, Rhonda Gentry, Roger Kenerly II, Soloman Daniels, Brian Stilwell, Gerry Gruberth, Peter Wade
The Adults' Choir: Stephanie Spruill, Paulette McWilliams, Bunny Hull, Carolyn Dennis, Venetta Fields, Josie James, Paulette Brown, Carmen Twillie, Lisa Roberts, Phyllis St. James, Roger Kenerly-Saint, Ronald Vann, Louis Price, Gregory Wright, Arnold McCuller, Roy Galloway, Jim Gilstrap, Gerry Garrett, Bob Mack, Tyrell (Rock) Deadrick
Music video [ edit ]
The accompanying video, entitled "The Triumph," was noted for its special effects created by
Robert Abel and Associates. Michael created the video's concept and Tito's sons Taj and Taryll appeared as extras.  In 2001, it was voted one of the 100 best videos of all time, in a poll to mark the 20th anniversary of  MTV. The title was also used for a 2009 greatest hits compilation.  The video was featured on the bonus disc of the box set,  . The prelude narration is spoken by voice-over artist Michael Jackson's Vision Ken Nordine.
In popular culture [ edit ]
The track was sampled by
The Tamperer featuring Maya for their 1998 hit single . Feel It
A cover version of the song appeared in a 2018 holiday advertising campaign for
The song was played at  Nebraska Cornhuskers football games from 2006 to 2017 before the opening kickoff.
References [ edit ]
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Nederlandse Top 40 – The Jacksons" (in Dutch). Dutch Top 40.
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"Amazon TV Commercial, '2018 Holidays Can You Feel It'. " ispot.tv . Retrieved . November 18, 2018
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