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Fokewulf 190*Body Heat

Label:Market Records – MR 154
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Maxi-Single
Country:Italy
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Italo-Disco

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ABody Heat (Vocal)6:30
BBody Heat (Instrumental)6:23
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[Labels]
Mix
33⅓ Rpm
Made in Italy
Ed. Lombardoni
℗ 1984
Arranged by Turatti-Chieregato-Micioni
Rights Society is indicated by the SIAE stamp on the record label side A.

[Cover, front]
Maxi 33 R.p.m.
Produced by Turatti-Chieregato

[Cover, rear]
Dario Del Aere: Vocals
Life De Noire: Percussion Electronic
Stan After: Synthesisers and Guitars
Cover by Dario C.
Graphic by F. Maniscalco
Produced by Mincioni
Arranged by Turatti - Chiergato
Published by Lombardoni
Distribuzione Disco Magic - Via Fantoli, 7 Milano - Tel. 02/5063830 - 5063331
graphyche magica 2000 milano

[Spine, left]
MR 154 Fokewulf 190 - Body Heat MR 154

Cat.#: MR 154 , on cover front & rear, both center labels and spine left

Duration of tracks are not written on label neither on cover.
The cover says Dell'Aere (Dario Del Aere) did the vocals, but in fact it is Fred Ventura who did the vocals.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society (Both center labels): S.I.A.E.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, hand etched): MR · 154 · A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, hand etched): MR 154 B

Other Versions (3)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Body Heat (7", 45 RPM)Market RecordsNP MR 154Italy1984
Body Heat (2×File, AAC, 256 kbps)ZYX Music, Discomagic RecordsnoneEurope2010
Body Heat (12", 45 RPM, Maxi-Single, Reissue, Remastered)Dark EntriesDE-202US2018

Reviews

INCAMMINO69's avatar
INCAMMINO69
uno tra i mix più belli del 1984, voce fantastica di Fred Ventura.
magic00's avatar
magic00
Edited 16 years ago
"Body Heat" is by far a superior song to Fockewulf 190's other release, "Gitano". While both songs are beyond excellent, it's the final 2 minutes of "Body Heat" in which we hear a lush, hard-driven italo disco beat with a sax layered into the background without the vocals of Fred Ventura. It's in this 2 minute instrumental portion of the song that I consider a defining moment of the true, authentic sound of early italo disco sound. Don't get me wrong, "Gitano" is also a powerhouse of a song. If you like both songs by Fockewulf 190, then don't spend another minute waiting - check out "Tumidanda" by Frank Tavaglione, which is yet another awesome production by Fockewulf 190. All three songs are A++, no doubt in the mind of many italo lovers!
iamelectron's avatar
iamelectron
Edited 17 years ago
A very dark Italo Disco release. Melancholy, sweeping synths, New Beat style vocals from Ventura, hard edged rhythm patterns and spitting sax. Perfect.

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