Like most 80s electronic bands, Amin-Peck walked a fine line between disco and minimal wave throughout the course of the early 1980s, oftentimes incorporating shameless pop melodies and avant-garde leanings. Amin Peck were an italian band leaded by Giorgio Fioroni (aka George Fyron, arrangements, production, vocals) with Leonard Parker (arrangments, keyboards) and Max Marne (production). Incredible but true, Amin Peck started as 'hard rock' guitar band in the 70's...there are some tracks also on You Tube before became one of the best examples of italo disco. Well, finally an album that contains their best tracks for y... + INFO
James' most consistent work, I Care Because You Do fuses his earlier hardcore techno days with the smooth rhythm and atmosphere of his ambient work, often on the same song. "Ventolin" is one of the harshest singles ever recorded; the orchestrated closer "Next Heap With" is the highlight of the album.
Arabesque's third LP, "Marigot Bay" (also known as "Arabesque III"), was released 1980 and was a little unusual one in the sense of the music itself. All in all, Disco was four of five years old and had become a little unfashionable to the general public. So, now we can call "Marigot Bay" "an album where Euro Disco was born" - the dance rhythms and the singers' natural charms were reinforced with things unusual for the pure American Disco style, specifically the rock'n'roll guitar and vocal stylings. So the glorious results: "Jingle Jangle Joe" sounded very much like a remake of Cher's 1966 hit "Bang Bang (My Baby Sho... + INFO