Fockewulf 190 ‎– Gitano

F1 Team ‎– DM 9319
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A Gitano (Vocal) 6:02
B Gitano (Instrumental) 6:02

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July 2, 2016
edited 11 months ago
its 2016 and still banging with that like is yesterdays production. Unique and inspiring


September 19, 2013

***** Unique. My best friend´s wife said once: "It sounds they play wrong in some moments... but THAT makes this song better!" Dancefloor killer, but fantastic also just enjoying at home.


January 10, 2011
Dario Dell' Aere's voice in Gitano made history and the synths and drum machine sounds by Victor Life (Life De Noir at the time) made this record known forever as the dark side of italo disco!


August 26, 2009
edited over 6 years ago

There are not so many Italo records which I really like. Most of them are too cheesy and annoy me with their penetrating vocals. But this one is the pure madness. Dario's vocals drift any listener immediately into the spell. Also after 25 years, the little jewel lost none of its luster. Very uplifting and incredibly danceable brings this song each house to shake. This absolutely timeless ultrarare monster Italo-Disco belongs in any well-stocked record collection.
A true masterpiece.


August 3, 2007
edited over 9 years ago

“Gitano” is probably one of the best Italo-Disco tracks that I’ve heard in my whole life. For me, it just covers the whole meaning about Italo-Disco in one song. It has a heavy and dark atmosphere, especially when he sings the words “Look at us, look little men, if you want you can become Gi-ta-no", it just gives me goosebumps every time I hear it. The almost militant vocals and the great synth-line makes this an absolute must-have for every Italo-Disco freak! Absolutely brilliant!


September 14, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

One of three masterpieces by Fockewulf 190. When I think of italo disco, I immediately think of "Gitano" - great vocals, great beat, great synthline, and a very obscure 12" that only adds to the beauty of this song. I think that if anybody, and I mean *anybody* that likes this song, will also find "Body Heat" by Fockewulf 190 and "Tumidanda" by Frank Tavaglione, produced by Fockewulf 190, to both also be excellent releases as well. Unfortunately the guys behind Fockewulf 190 are credited with just these 3 songs. A song that sounds better than ever in 2005.


August 7, 2004
edited over 12 years ago

This one of Fockewulf's only two releases seems to be very rare and sought after. "Gitano" is a monumental track with powerful synth-lines and a fast, hard-hitting beat. A real hymn, indeed one of my all-time Italo favourites!