AlephFly To Me

Label:Time Records – TRD 1015
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Stereo


AFly To Me (D.J. Version)7:10
BFly To Me (Long Version)7:30

Companies, etc.



Disco Mix
Ed. Mus. S.A.I.F.A.M.
Lombardoni Ed. Musicali
Rights Society is indicated by the SIAE stamp on the record label side A.

[Cover, rear]
Recorded and mixed at Aleph's Studio
Remixed at Factory Sound Studio Verona (Italy)
Produced for Time Records
Aleph are:
Dave Rodgens (Vocal)
Marc Halmond (Keyboards)
Raf Halmond (Bass)
Dodo Bellini (Guitar)
Derex Simon (Sax)
Thanks to: Rocky Mattioli, Ray papa and Bubu Smith
Many thanks to Panther - A song written by Aleph

Distributed by Disco Magic - Via Fantoli, 7 - Milano - Tel. 02/5063352/3/4/5 Telex 326350 Magic I - Telefax 5063331
Made in Italy

graphyche magica 2000 milano

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society (Labels, boxed): S.I.A.E.
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): TRD 1015 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): TRD 1015 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): TRD 1015 • A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): TRD 1015 • B

Other Versions (5 of 35)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Fly To Me (7", 45 RPM, Single)Discomagic RecordsNP 271Italy1985
New Submission
Fly To Me (12", 45 RPM)Time RecordsTRD 1015Italy1985
Recently Edited
Fly To Me (Digital Remixed Vocal Version) (12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition, Numbered, Pink Opaque)Italoheat, ItaloheatITH 009/MEGA, ITH 009-MEGAGermany1986
Recently Edited
Fly To Me (Special Remix) (12", 45 RPM)Time RecordsTRD 1023Italy1986
Recently Edited
Fly To Me (12", 45 RPM)ItaloheatITH 009Germany1986


  • ICHBINZACHI's avatar
    No No No the Limited Digital Remix cannot be from 1985 ! However a Remix cannot be before the "normal" 12" (1986???)
    If you change this would be okay
    • ryosuke63's avatar
      Aleph - Fly To Me ~ Review

      A true Italo legend, this is one of those special timeless songs cemented in Italo history.
      It's also Giancarlo Pasquini's first real hit - and only his second release at that!
      To this day (alongside Fire On The Moon), this is Aleph's most popular song ever.
      It got massive amounts of airplay, the band performed it live on the program Discoring Best of 80s, and nobody's vinyl collection is truly complete without a copy.
      Also one of Time Records' biggest hits, early in the game in 1985 (the label's first release was in 1984).

      Now for the review.
      This is an amazingly cool song. It's a perfectly layered formula!
      There's some subtle differences in composition between the ridiculous amount of mixes for this song, but for the most part, they all sound the same. That is unless you have a very keen ear. Then, you'll notice that depending on the mix you're listening to, there are two different types of vocal sets (mainly in the chorus), some versions have removed some synths, among other very slight differences.
      This song takes on all different directions, keeping the mood up the whole way through.
      One great highlight would be the awesome guitar solo!
      All in all, this is a beautifully produced song, and one that will (still) be played years to come.


      A real must-have!!



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