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25/07/2012 : SAIFAM's project Housecream is back too, with a single entitled How We Do (Party)
23/05/2010 : ... and the series continues, this time it's Housecream with an bouncy cover of the Pretender's Brass In Pocket.
02/04/2001 : Housecream released the single Honey Honey
Records company : SAIFAM Publishing Group. All singles were recorded and mixed either at Factory Sound Studios, either at Mela Studio (both located in Verona). According to the project's official biography, the project featured Jo'-Jill House and Steve Cream, two 25 years old English artists, close friends not only on the stage. They have always had the passion for the music, and they were moving the first steps in the show business working like sessionmen in several record productions, when they met the producers Farina-Crivellente. The Housecream project was born. Although the music, their job in the clubs and the work in the studios for their new releases they don't leave their old habits. Jo'-Jill dedicates her free time to the dance and the photography, Steve dedicates his free time to his dogs.
The first single to be released by the project was entitled I Can't Go On. It was arranged and produced by F.C.F. (Farina/Crivellente/Facchinetti) with additional Production by Johnny Mix and Fabio Serra. It was mixed at Factory Sound Studios in Verona. Additional Remix by AGENT 333. It was released in 1993 under the label 21st Century.
Then, the next year, came the very nice Get Me Into Your Heart, featuring the voice of Jo. The music and the lyrics were written by M. Farina, G. Crivellente, and Annerly Gordon (which can make us think she is also the real vocalist) and F. Serra. It was produced by M. Farina and G. Crivellente with additional production by Johnny Mix and Fabio Serra, just as the previous single. On the vinyl one could find an Instrumental version, a V. D. A. Edit, and of course a radio version and a club mix. It was also released in Germany as maxi-CD, under the label ZYX.
In 1994 too was released the follow-up single : Lonely Mind. Same production team, and once again it featured the voice of Jo (maybe Annerly) with a rapper. The track would be later covered by TH Express, another SAIFAM project. The vinyl included a Club Mix, a Factory Team Remix and a Radio Mix (done by Johnny Mix and Fabio Serra), and a V.D.A. Edit (done by F. Turatti)
Then came Beat It in 1995, still produced by the duo Farina-Crivellente in collaboration with F. Turatti and Factory Team.The vinyl included the following mixes : Factory House Edit, Energy Power Mix, Euro-dance and Radio Mix
You Danger was released in 1996. It was composed and written by M. Farina, F. Turatti, G. Crivellente and Clara Moroni (who could also be the vocalist).
It was followed by Dance Boom Boom, a track written and composed by M. Farina, R. Stecca and F. Serra, with 4 mixes (Factory Team Mix, Radio Edit, Party-Mix and 70's Mix, these 2 latest being produced by R. Stecca and F. & M. Smania).
In 1997, a very prolific year, was released Lucky Love, which was composed by A. Bindella, M. Farina and F. Turatti. There were 3 mixes included : an Alviz Mix, a Guitar Latino Mix and a FM Edit.
The follow-up to Lucky Love was Gimme Hope Jo'Anna, a cover of Eddy Grant's hit. It included a B-side entitled Gimme Groove Jo'Anna, and featured the voice of Duffy. It was produced by M. Farina and F.Turatti, recorded for once at Universal Studios (still in Verona). Then came Knowing Me Knowing You, a cover of ABBA, with a B-side named Houzy, produced by F. Turatti alone.
The year 1998 started with Saturday Night, composed and written by F. Serra, M. Farina and G. Crivellente, back to Factory Sound Studios. Apart from the usual Factory Team Mix there was also a Barbie Mix and a 7" edit.
In 1999 was released You Get My Heart, produced by M. Farina and Factory Team, with 2 mixes only : a Factory dance Mix and a Factory Alternative Mix. Afterwards came Life, written and composed by M. Farina and F. Serra, the same year.
2000 : Housecream released Piece Of My Heart, composed and produced by the same team as usual.
2001 : their latest single was Honey Honey, once again a cover of ABBA.
2010 : Housecream released an bouncy cover of the Pretender's Brass In Pocket.
Thanks to Klems and Gianni
The biography was last updated Sat, January 31st 2015
DISCLAIMER : unless you see the artist's name among the credits of this biography, it was only created by gathering infos from the web and from fan sources. Sorry if, even if I did all verifications I could, some parts of the biography are false or lack accuracy. If you are the artist himself or contributed to the project, please wait till I come back from holidays.
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