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J.F. & Hitwave - Dance Floor Girl Mp3

  • Performer: J.F. & Hitwave
  • Album: Dance Floor Girl
  • Label: DD Thompson
  • Catalog #: MP 306
  • MP3: 2623 mb | FLAC: 1625 mb
  • Released: 1985
  • Country: Italy
  • Style: Italo-Disco, Synth-pop
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 584
  • Category: Electronic
J.F. & Hitwave - Dance Floor Girl Mp3

Tracklist

1Dance Floor Girl (Instrumental Remix)
2Dance Floor Girl

Credits

  • Arranged ByEttore Valle
  • Bass GuitarAlessandro Pagnucco
  • DrumsDaniele Straulino
  • Electric GuitarDavide Ageno
  • EngineerLuigi Colarullo
  • GraphicsLuca Daum, Umberto Misitano
  • Keyboards, VoiceEttore Valle
  • Mixed By, Directed ByMassimo Morini
  • Written-ByM. Morini

Notes

Synths: J.F.

Produced by:
Tomaso Marsano, surveyor
Gian Novella, insurance broker
Anna De Stasio, beauty advisor
Club 14 Luglio, cultural club
Dee Dan Thompson, master producer

A Dalilah & Dee Dan Thompson production

Companies

  • Recorded At – Extra Production Studio, Milano
  • Mixed At – Extra Production Studio, Milano

Video

Qutalan
agree with Meltwater

it's not masterpiece just rare trash
Innadril
Very good single from a virtually unknown label (or at least one that I've never heard of) featuring the guys from Love Kills (I Want To Become, Elektro House). This production however is significantly more "rocky" and less "clean" sounding than the latter releases as Love Kills; however; I wouldn't necessarily characterize it as "lo-fi" and it is still very "big" sounding. It's somewhat unfair though to compare them too much as they are quite stylistically different. This has somewhat of a New Wave touch to it. The vocals stagger and are slightly uneven which adds to their charm and that raw sound reverberating throughout the entire music. The cover art is also super cool and when I first saw the tiny picture of it in Flemming Dalum's second installment of The Lost Treasure of Italo-Disco series, I was instantly struck by how non-italo it looks. That isn't to say it detracts from it because it doesn't. I love this kind of ultra-dramatic art for music.

I recently discovered that there appears to be a 2005 music DVD entitled Buio Pesto (of which the main focus is an Italian pop band called Buio Pesto) which alleges to contain both a performance of J.F. & Hitwave - Dance Floor Girl and one of Love Kills - Elektro House.
Oparae
the best of italo disco
a very rare record, is a masterpiece
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