Italo Disco Songs: Self Control, Voyage Voyage, Boys, Tarzan Boy, Call Me, Square Rooms, All of Me, Easy Lady, John, Hot Girl

 
9781155454689: Italo Disco Songs: Self Control, Voyage Voyage, Boys, Tarzan Boy, Call Me, Square Rooms, All of Me, Easy Lady, John, Hot Girl
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Commentary (music and lyrics not included). Pages: 105. Not illustrated. Chapters: Self Control, Voyage Voyage, Boys, Tarzan Boy, Call Me, Square Rooms, All of Me, Easy Lady, John, Hot Girl, Living in the Background, Sexy Girl, My Chico, Like a Yo-Yo, Dolce Vita, Kalimba de Luna, Gringo, Magic Symphony, I Can Lose My Heart Tonight, I Like Chopin, Vamos a La Playa, Body Dancer, People From Ibiza. Excerpt: "Self Control" is the name of an international hit song recorded in 1984 by Laura Branigan, as well as the album on which it appears. The song was recorded that same year with the same English lyrics by Italian singer Raf, who co-wrote the song with Giancarlo Bigazzi and Steve Piccolo. Branigan's version first hit #1 in Germany on June 15, 1984. Raf's version first hit #1 in Italy on June 23, 1984. Branigan's version was the most popular song across Europe during much of the summer of 1984 and was the song of the year in Switzerland. Branigan's version peaked at #4 on the US Billboard Hot 100 charts. The song has been recorded by dozens of artists around the world in the years since, notably including Puerto Rican singer Ricky Martin in 1993, a hit dance remake by Branigan in 2004 and two 2006 versions that hit the Top 5 in various European enclaves, by Danish dance group Infernal and Spanish singer Soraya Arnelas. The song has become something of a dance classic, with a number of remakes recorded each year. Branigan's first major hit had also been co-written by Bigazzi. "Gloria" (1982) was an English-language song written over a 1979 Italian song recorded by Umberto Tozzi. The following year Branigan recorded another new English song written over a Tozzi and Bigazzi song, "Mama", which was an album track on 1983's Branigan 2. Branigan chose two more Italian songs for her third album: one, "Ti Amo", featured new lyrics by Diane Warren o...

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