Samantha and Sabrina, affecting the explosive duet cover "Call Me"
The two sexy icons of the 80s is together to cover the historical impact of Blondies "Call Me", from the soundtrack of "American Gigolo" with Richard Gere.
The forbidden dream of many Italians come true: Samantha Fox and Sabrina Salerno are in the same studio for an explosive duet…
Una Selezione davvero bella per questa Nuova Speciale One Shot dedicata ai tormentoni che hanno caratterizzato le Estati Italiane dal 1980 ad oggi, in 2 cd al prezzo di 1 Un’estate al mare di Giuny Russo, Vamos a la playa dei Righeira, Gioca jouer di Cecchetto, Macarena dei Los Del Rio, Hanno ucciso l’uomo ragno degli 883, Rhythm is a dancer Snap ecc….
Mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio, most from the original master tapes or best sources available. The best pre-1965 Beach Boys album featured their brilliant number one single "I Get Around," as well as other standout cuts in the beautifully sad "Wendy," "Little Honda" (one of their best hot rod tunes, covered by the Hondells for a hit), and their remake of the late-'50s doo wop classic "Hushabye." The nostalgic "All Summer Long," another great production, seemed (whether intentionally or not) like a sort of farewell to the frivolous California beach culture that had supplied the lyrical grist for most of their music up to this point, with a longing, regretful chorus that was totally at odds with the bouncy arrangement. Other relatively little-known treasures are the sumptuous ballad "Girls on the Beach," with some of their best early harmonizing, and "Don't Back Down," with uncommonly anxious lyrics. You can't give an unqualified high rating, however, to an album that also contained such disposable filler as the "Our Favorite Recording Sessions" comedy bit and "Do You Remember?," a "let's-pay-tribute-to-rock's-early-days" number with a sh*t-eating grin wide enough to qualify as an oldies radio ID jingle.