I Get Lifted

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"I Get Lifted"
I Get Lifted.jpg
Single by Barbara Tucker
Released1994
Format12"
CD maxi
Recorded1994
GenreGarage, deep house
Length3:29
LabelStrictly Rhythm Records (US)
Positiva Records (UK)
Quality Records (Canada)
EMI Records (Australia)
ZYX Records (Germany)
Songwriter(s)Barbara Tucker
Harold Edward Matthews
Ron Carroll
Louie Vega
Producer(s)"Little" Louie Vega
Barbara Tucker singles chronology
"Beautiful People"
(1994)
"I Get Lifted"
(1994)
"Stay Together"
(1994)

"I Get Lifted" is a 1994 song recorded by the American singer Barbara Tucker, who co-wrote the single with Little Louie Vega, who produced the track. This was Tucker's second of seven number-one singles on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart, reaching the top spot on January 28, 1995.[1] On the UK Chart, the single peaked at 33 in 1995.[2][3][4] It was re-released with a new remix package in 2009.

Track listings[edit]

12 inch (US)[5]
  • A1 I Get Lifted (The Unreleased Mix) 6:30
  • A2 I Get Lifted (F.O.S. Dream Vocal Mix) 5:35
  • B I Get Lifted (Armand's Get Deep Mix) 9:15
CD Maxi (Australia)[6]
  • 1 I Get Lifted (Loveland's High On Life Radio Edit) 3:29
  • 2 I Get Lifted (Original Radio Edit) 4:16
  • 3 I Get Lifted (Boyd Slam The Organ Mix) 6:34
  • 4 I Get Lifted (Loveland's High On Life Mix) 7:02
  • 5 I Get Lifted (Underground Network Mix) 7:10
  • 6 I Get Lifted (Go To Church Mix) 6:50

I Get Lifted 2009[edit]

  • 1 I Get Lifted (Bob Sinclar Remix) 8:18
  • 2 I Get Lifted (David Tort Remix) 8:26
  • 3 I Get Lifted (The Underground Network Mix)7:11
  • 4 I Get Lifted (Dub Beats) 5:57
  • 5 I Get Lifted (Armands Lift Me Up Mix) - Extra CD Track 7:58
  • 6 I Get Lifted (The Bar Dub) - Extra CD Track 6:23
  • 7 I Get Lifted (Boyd Slams The Organ Mix) - Extra CD Track 6:33
  • 8 I Get Lifted (Go To Church) - Extra CD Track 6:50
  • 9 I Get Lifted (XTC Mix) - Extra CD Track 3:30

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hot Dance Club Songs, Billboard.com, issue date January 28, 1995
  2. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 568. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.
  3. ^ Everyhit.com Archived 2008-10-12 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ "Charts & Awards / Billboard Singles". Allmusic.com. Retrieved February 22, 2011.
  5. ^ Single release information at Discogs
  6. ^ Single release information at Discogs

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