Loving Every Minute (Lighthouse Family song)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
"Loving Every Minute"
Loving Every Minute.jpg
Single by Lighthouse Family
from the album Ocean Drive
Released 19 November 1996
Format CD, cassette[1]
Recorded Battery Studios
Genre Pop, R&B
Length 4:14
Label Wildcard / Polydor
Writer(s) Paul Tucker,
Tunde Baiyewu,
Martin Brammer
Producer(s) Mike Peden
Lighthouse Family singles chronology
"Goodbye Heartbreak"
(1996)
"Loving Every Minute"
(1996)
"Raincloud"
(1997)
Greatest Hits track listing
"Lost in Space"
(5)
"Loving Every Minute"
(6)
"(I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be) Free / One"
(7)

"Loving Every Minute" is a song by British group Lighthouse Family, released as the fourth and final single from their debut album Ocean Drive (1996). The song was produced by Mike Peden. It was released in November 1996 and reached the top 20 in the United Kingdom. It was remixed by Cutfather & Joe for its single release, adding a drum beat and a slightly different introduction.

Track listing and formats[edit]

# Title Length
UK CD single #1[2]
1. "Loving Every Minute" (Cutfather & Joe Remix) 4:14
2. "Sweetest Operator" (Live) 7:41
3. "Beautiful Night" (Live) 5:26
4. "Ocean Drive" (Live Acoustic Encore) 3:33
# Title Length
UK CD single #2[3]
1. "Loving Every Minute" (Cutfather & Joe Remix) 4:19
2. "Loving Every Minute" (Album Version) 4:11
3. "Loving Every Minute" (Cutfather & Joe Alternative Mix) 4:19
4. "Loving Every Minute" (Cutfather & Joe Instrumental) 4:17

Chart performance[edit]

After the release of "Loving Every Minute", the single reached to #20, which meant that it was their fourth successive top 20 hit since their first re-release single of "Lifted" on February 1996. The song stayed on the UK Singles Chart for 7 weeks.

As well as being in the UK Singles Chart, "Loving Every Minute" also went into the Sweden Singles Chart, peaking at #50 in March 1997 and stayed in the charts for 3 weeks.

"Loving Every Minute" also went into the Eurochart Hot 100. The single peaked at #62 in December 1996 and stayed in the charts for 3 weeks.

Charts[edit]

Chart (1996) Peak
position
Europe (Eurochart Hot 100) 62
Germany (Official German Charts)[1] 98
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[2] 50
UK Singles (The Official Charts Company) 20

References[edit]

External links[edit]