|"Show Me Your Soul"|
|Single by Red Hot Chili Peppers|
|from the album Pretty Woman soundtrack|
|Released||February 14, 1990|
|Recorded||late 1989/early 1990|
|Flea, Frusciante, Kiedis, Smith|
|John Norwood Fisher and Red Hot Chili Peppers, edited and tweaked by Rob Gordon and John Frusciante|
|Red Hot Chili Peppers singles chronology|
"Show Me Your Soul" is a song by the funk rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers that was recorded in 1990 and produced by John Norwood Fisher of Fishbone and features Billy Preston on keyboard. It was not, as is commonly believed, recorded during the Mother's Milk sessions. However, it was recorded during the first part of the Mother's Milk tour. "Show Me Your Soul" was recorded for the soundtrack of the film Pretty Woman, and was shortly after released as the B-side to "Taste the Pain" in the US and UK. In Australia, it appeared as the B-side to the belated 1990 release of "Knock Me Down". Both singles credit the song as coming from the Pretty Woman soundtrack. A promo only single was released to promote the soundtrack and it is thought that it was meant to be a full single until a last minute change of plan. This peaked at number ten on the Modern Rock Tracks chart. The track was later included as the sole exclusive track on the 1992 compilation album What Hits!?.
There was a music video made for the song, which features the band in front of a Bluescreen. The video was directed by Bill Stobaugh, and edited by Scott C. Wilson. It was released on February 14, 1990 and also appears on the What Hits!? VHS/DVD and the 1993 Beavis and Butt-head episode "Sign Here".
The song has never been performed live although in March 1990, the band performed on a CBS special titled, "Save the Planet" where they did a lip-synched performance of the song.
|U.S. Billboard Modern Rock Tracks||10|
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