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Surama K

Surama K   (Italy)

EuroDance group
Added : 20/11/2001
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Yesterday & Today
A Whiter Shade Of Pale
I Want You Into My Life
Save Up All You Tears
Remember
96 1997 1998

 

Surama K albums

Yesterday & Today Yesterday & Today 1998

 

Surama K singles

A Whiter Shade Of Pale A Whiter Shade Of Pale Compilation only  
I Want You Into My Life I Want You Into My Life  
Save Up All You Tears Save Up All You Tears 1997  
Remember Remember Compilation only 1997  

 

 



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Surama K biography

Surama de Castro (heaven knows where the K came from) is Brazilian from Maranhão. She moved to USA trying to succeed professionally there, like many Brazilians do, working as fashion model and actress. It was while modeling in Italian that she met the chairman of Warner Music Italy, that liked her and introduced Surama to the producer Antonio Summa.

Summa decided to produce her, and her debut song was Save Up All Your Tears (cover to Cher's song), that was recorded with Surama's voice plus two backing vocalists (and that's why its vocals sound different from the other tracks of the album). This song flopped in Italy, and the production team gave it up. The song started playing in Brazil in 1996, and soon became a hit. Unfortunatelly, her producer is not the kind of person you should buy a car from: he licensed the song to two labels, Paradoxx and Fieldzz, what's not correct in the musical business. Both labels only realized what happened after their compilations were out. Anyway, both asked him for a new song to put in their compilations, and that's how Remember came out, between a lot of controversial because the producer did it again...

The fought with the producer continued until recently, when Fieldzz got exclusivity for the forthcoming album of Surama, and released the third single I Want You Into My Life. Well, besides not having a honest producer, Surama K. is a promising act, and her songs got the groove a good commercial song must have!

The debut album of Surama K. comes as a drop of water in the desert of productions that dance music is facing today. For the buyers of the Yesterday & Today, the first tip i s: never listen to the first song ! Surama's version to My Heart Will Go On is nasty. The second song is I Want You Into My Life, followed by Remember (how can I forget those lovely samples of mariachi guitar?), both good songs released as single. The album version of Save Up All Your Tears is a little bit different from the one you might have, so you won't get bored having to listen to it for the thousandth time. Besides the singles, the album has also some surprises, like the euro tracks Breathe, Hedonism (both covers to rock songs) and Together (released in 1995 by Carin McDonald). The other tracks are reggae or a style of music like Gala ... Exclusively released here in Brazil, this album is still worth its price, even if you have already all her songs in previously released compilations.

Surama K biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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