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BFI   (Italy)

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Added : 03/02/2003
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Why Not Jazz
Fiction
Light For My Love
Pequeña Oraciòn
91 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

 

BFI singles

Why Not Jazz Why Not Jazz 20th Jun 1992  
Fiction Fiction 1994  
Light For My Love Light For My Love 1996  
Pequeña Oraciòn Pequeña Oraciòn 1996  

 

 



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BFI biography

The singles were released under the label American records.

In 1992, was released first single Why Not Jazz ?, including a sample of vocals by Kym Mazelle Useless (I Don't Need You Now). The vinyl contained 5 versions : Club Version, Remixed Club Version, Station Edit, Tribal Fred Version and Towner Version.

In 1994 was released the second single called Fiction. This is where Silvie Carter entered B.F.I. project. The vinyl contained 4 versions : Extended, Tribal Dance, Vocal Dance and Dance Jazz.

The vinyl of Light For My Love featured 3 versions: Original, Radio and Extended. It was written and produced by R. Attarantato, published by Bob One Edizioni Musicali.

The last single released was Pequeña Oraciòn from 1996. Label : Silos Records. Vinyl contained 3 versions in Spanish language and 3 versions in English language. .

Silvie Carter took part to another Italian project called Last Rhythm (on the same label).

Thanks to reBeL and Alex Capilé

BFI biography was last updated Thu, February 8th 2018

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