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Sangwara   (Italy)

Dream House group
Added : 06/05/2010
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Gangsta's Paradise
Killing Me Softly
Bohemian Rhapsody
Don't Speak
Find A Way
94 1995 1996 1997 1998

 

Sangwara singles

Gangsta's Paradise Gangsta's Paradise 1995  
Killing Me Softly Killing Me Softly 1996  
Bohemian Rhapsody Bohemian Rhapsody 1996  
Don't Speak Don't Speak 1997  
Find A Way Find A Way 1998  

 

 



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Sangwara biography

Label: Worldbus Records.

The Sangwara project was created by Gabry Ponte and M.T.J. Capuano in the first months of 1996. It was the only Worldbus Records project in which Gabry Ponte was directly involved in. Their first single Gangsta's Paradise (a cover of Coolio's hit) was sung and rapped by American Joe Fancey. The single was well received in both Italy and Spain (where it was licensed under max Music). In June 1996, they released their second single Killing Me Softly (cover from a song originally released by Roberta Flack), featuring Claire Thomas, which in short time reached the top of all the dance charts. In November 1996 came out the third single : a cover of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody, sung again by Claire Thomas, but it was not very successful. Jeffrey Jey is said to have also taken part to some of the project's singles.

In February 1997, Sangwara released their own version of Don't Speak (originally sung by No Doubt), featuring vocals by Viviana Presutti or by Marilisa Rapillo, who was another singer whose voice sounded quite similar. It was thier biggest hit, released on CD throughout Europe (and licensed in France under label Next One). Find A Way, an original song, was the project's last single. It was at that time that Worldbus Records ceased existence, which may have contributed to Sangwara's end.

Thanks to Abelito

Sangwara biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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