Originally recorded by Nina Simone on her 1965 album, I Put A Spell On You, Feeling Good instantly became a standard and has since been recorded by many artists including Muse, Michael Buble, Sammy Davis Junior, George Michael and The Pussycat Dolls.
The song was originally composed by Anthony Newlie and Leslie Bricusse for a 1964 musical, sung by Gilbert Price. After the inimitable Nina Simone recorded an incredible version for her album, a huge number of cover versions followed, with Muse's attempt being voted the greatest cover of all time by the NME. We still prefer Nina's version though, with the powerful emotion that her vocal performances are known for being unmatched by any artist before or since.
This new arrangement of Feeling Good by Christopher Hussey for SATB A Cappella sounds just great, injecting a new and fresh take on the classic through the four-part harmonies. This timeless hit is guaranteed to be a surefire hit with your audiences as a familiar tune is sung in a pleasantly unfamiliar way.