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Amanda Lear - 1983 - Tam Tam

Amanda Lear - 1983 - Tam Tam

Label: Ariola (Italy)
Catalog#: ARL 39175
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: Italy
Released: 1983
Genre: Electronic
Style: Italo-Disco, Synth-pop, Disco
Credits: Co-producer, Drum Programming - Tony Carrasco
Engineer - Paolo Deligio
Guitar [Electric] - Claudio Cattafesta
Keyboards, Arranged By [Co-arranged] - Stefano Previsti
Producer, Arranged By - Roberto Cacciapaglia
Notes: Recorded and Mixed at the Regson Studios, Milano.

Codec: Lame 3.92
Quality: CBR, 320kbps, stereo


A1 Tam Tam (3:33)
A2 Bewitched (4:30)
A3 Wicked Lady (4:26)
A4 No Regrets (4:26)
B1 Magic (4:14)
B2 It's All Over (3:35)
B3 Gipsy Man (4:30)
B4 Music Is (3:33)

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Review by Søren Jensen http://rateyourmusic.com

By 1983, Amanda's relationship to Ariola was no longer very good, and unfortunately that meant that Ariola made no effort whatsoever to promote the final album Amanda delivered to fulfill her contract. And what a shame that is - following the Hi-NRG sound she'd adopted on the non-album-single "Love Your Body" / "Darkness And Light", Tam Tam - produced by Roberto Cacciapaglia - is in fact a very enjoyable Italo-Disco album with very catchy songs. While Ariola (Germany) didn't even bother to release a single, Ariola (Italy) released the tracks "No Regrets" and "Bewitched" to support the album. In fact, nearly all the tracks - dealing with witch magic (Amanda looks fabulous like a tribal witch queen) - could have been singles. The album is absolutely recommended!

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Thanks man!