And I Mean It! (1979). Expand And I Mean It! (1979).
Genya Ravan released a version of the song as a single in 1975 which did not chart. Albert King released a version of the song on his 1992 album, The Blues Don't Change which is a re-release of his 1977 album, The Pinch. The Detroit Emeralds, "Feel the Need in Me" chart positions Retrieved January 17, 2016.
The album includes one song which had earlier been composed by Ravan with Schefrin and Zager, Why Am I So Easy to Leave. With this record the already loose cooperation between the band’s musicians ended. Late 70s, Michael Zager had big disco hit Let’s all Chant in 1978. From 1975, Genya Ravan performing Feel The Need In Me. I’d never heard of her before this morning when I discovered this cover of the Detroit Emeralds classic. Stana Katic is set to portray her in a movie titled CBGB set for release this year.
|Feel The Need In Me||3:14|
|Feel The Need In Me (Disco Version)||4:40|
|DEP-1574||Genya Ravan||Feel The Need In Me (7")||De-Lite Records||DEP-1574||US||1975|
|DISCO 1574||Genya Ravan||Feel The Need In Me (12", Promo)||De-Lite Records||DISCO 1574||US||1975|
|1088-574||Genya Ravan||Feel The Need In Me (7")||De-Lite Records||1088-574||Canada||1975|
|1088-574||Genya Ravan||Feel The Need In Me (7", Promo)||De-Lite Records||1088-574||Canada||1975|
|DDJ-1574||Genya Ravan||Feel The Need In Me (7", Promo)||De-Lite Records||DDJ-1574||US||1975|
|ISR-10907||Genya Ravan||Feel The Need In Me (7", Single, Promo)||De-Lite Records||ISR-10907||Japan||1975|