Feel the Fire (Jermaine Jackson album)

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Feel the Fire
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Studio album by Jermaine Jackson
Released June 29, 1977
Recorded 1977 at Motown Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
Genre Funk soul
Label Motown Records
Producer Jermaine Jackson, Michael McGloiry, Greg Wright, Michael L. Smith
Jermaine Jackson chronology
My Name Is Jermaine
(1976)
Feel the Fire
(1977)
Frontiers
(1978)

Feel the Fire is the fourth solo album by Jermaine Jackson, and his second post-Jackson 5 solo album.

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars [1]

This is the first album for which Jackson did some producing and writing for himself. The album includes Tower of Power's horn section, and Stevie Wonder's ex-wife Syreeta. Its only single release was the Earth, Wind & Fire-inspired "You Need To Be Loved", which has a saxophone solo by Lenny Pickett.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Feel the Fire (Burning From Me to You)" (Jermaine Jackson, Michael McGloiry, Kathy Wakefield)
  2. "You Need to Be Loved" (Jermaine Jackson, Michael McGloiry, Kathy Wakefield)
  3. "Strong Love" (Greg Wright, Syreeta Wright)
  4. "Git Up and Dance" (Jermaine Jackson, Michael McGloiry)
  5. "I Love You More" (Michael McGloiry)
  6. "Happiness Is" (Greg Wright, Karin Patterson)
  7. "Some Kind of Woman" (Michael Smith, Eddie Holland, Jr., Brian Holland)
  8. "Got to Get to You Girl" (Jermaine Jackson)
  9. "Take Time" (Michael McGloiry)

Executive producer: Berry Gordy

Charts[edit]

Year Album Chart positions[2]
US US
R&B
1977 Feel The Fire 174 36

Singles[edit]

Year Single Chart positions[3]
US US
R&B
US
Dance
1977 "You Need To Be Loved" 75

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