Loose Ends was a successful British R&B band that had several urban contemporary hits. The trio was formed in London in 1980, initially comprising vocalist and guitarist Carl McIntosh, vocalist Jane Eugene, and keyboard player, writer and founder Steve Nichol. The latter two left the group in 1989, bringing an end to the band’s most successful phase.
In 1986, Loose Ends released Zagora on MCA Records, their third studio album. The album spawned five singles, the most successful of these was the second single “Slow Down” which hit #27 on the UK charts and #1 on the US R&B charts, this was followed up by the release of “Nights Of Pleasure” and “Ooh, You Make Me Feel”.
“Ooh, You Make Me Feel” was produced by Nick Martinelli and remixed by Bruce Weeden, David Todd and Nick Martinelli.
Ooh, You Make Me Feel (Extended Mix) 6:03
Ooh, You Make Me Feel (Percussapella Mix) 4:49
Ooh, You Make Me Feel (Dub Mix) 5:52