Asso ‎– Do It Again / Don't Stop

Ace Records (4) ‎– AC 1020
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A Do It Again
Arranged By, Guitar, Bass, Vocals – Victorio PezzollaKeyboards, Synthesizer, Drums [Linn] – Stefano GalanteWritten-By – Donald Fagen, Walter Becker
B Don't Stop
Arranged By, Written-By – Stefano GalanteMixed By – Claudio Casalini

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SIAE
  • Matrix / Runout: AC 1020 A
  • Matrix / Runout: AC 1020 B

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AC 1020 Asso Do It Again(12", RE, Unofficial) Ace Records (5) AC 1020 UK 2010 Sell This Version


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November 5, 2014
edited about 1 year ago

"Do It Again" is a cover of "Steely Dan - Do It Again" (1972).


June 16, 2014
I just bought a copy sealed from an online retailer. I head some differences with the one that's on youtube. On Don't stop some notes seems to be out of tune.


July 27, 2013
I am very pleased to know that my very first mixing was so appreciated in every part of the world. Even today, I do not realize how much this instrumental piece - composed entirely by Stefano Galante from Rome, today is Steve Galante with recording studio in Canada - has been of fundamental importance for the whole movement italo-disco of that period.
I doubtful that there was a bootleg in 2010 as stated by the person who have exposed the re-issue. I'm absolutely desagree with him. For me - from the photographs - that is an original copy and not a bootleg. So, it should be cancelled. Please, leave a comment about this matter. Thanks in advance. Claudio Casalini


November 21, 2010
This is the pearl of the italo-boogie 80's scene !!
I didn't know that this 12" has been bootlegged too. Sounds a bit curious cause I've never heard or seen of a bootleg for this record.


January 12, 2010
Excellent Italo-disco/boogie/jazz. Pure Balearic chillout disco with that bona fide italian piano sound. Reminiscent if Imagination except its instrumental. 4/5

April 7, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

This used to be one of my "secret weapons". I figured I'd look it up here...sure enough, the ITALO craze has caught up with this formerly obscure masterpiece. Forget the Steely Dan cover...the B-side is the shizzit: "Don't Stop". This is a laid back, coming-down-from-a-hallucinogen-fueled-party-at-The-Loft-or-The-Garage kind of track. The closest thing I can compare it to conceptually is Sun Palace's "Rude Movements", which was probably a key inspiration for the vibe and style of this jazzy, syncopated downtempo Italo instrumental/funk monsterpiece.