Where Did the Feeling Go?
|"Where Did the Feeling Go?"|
|Single by Selena|
|from the album Selena: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and Entre a Mi Mundo (20 Years of Music version)|
|Released||March 15, 1997|
|Format||CD, promo single|
|Recorded||June 6, 1989|
|Songwriter(s)||Michael Masser, Norman Saleet|
|Producer(s)||Michael Masser, Abraham Quintanilla, Jr.|
|Selena singles chronology|
"Where Did the Feeling Go?" is a song written by Michael Masser and Norman Saleet and first recorded by Russell Hitchcock (from the band Air Supply) for his eponymous debut solo album in 1988. The song found renewed interest when Selena recorded the song a year later in 1989; however, it was not released until 1997 when it was featured in the film Selena and its soundtrack album, following her death in 1995. The song was later included on the "20 Years of Music" version of her 1992 album Entre a Mi Mundo.
- Selena recorded the track in 1989, and made appearances singing the song at the Tejano Music Awards in 1991, and at a San Antonio concert. Both of those live performances can be found on YouTube.
- Quamo (Tagalog)
- Millie Corretjer (Spanish) - she recorded this song under the title "Donde te Has Ido Amor". It appears on her 1995 album Sola.
- "Where Did The Feeling Go?". Selenaforever.com. Retrieved 2012-01-12.