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T-Zone   (Italy)

EuroDance group
Added : 21/01/2001
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Check Out
Movin Up And Down
Do You Know Where You're Going To
Don't Let Me...
Body Rock
Reach Out
I Will Survive
Nutbush City Limits
Turn The Beat Around
Radio Ga Ga
What A Feeling (Flashdance)
Last Dance
Show Me Heaven
Proud Mary
Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves
I Don't Wanna Get Hurt
I Found Someone
Ain't No Mountain High Enough
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T-Zone singles

Check Out Check Out 10th Dec 1993  
Movin Up And Down Movin Up And Down 1995  
Do You Know Where You're Going To Do You Know Where You're Going To 14th Jun 1995  
Don't Let Me... Don't Let Me... 1996  
Body Rock Body Rock 10th Dec 1996  
Reach Out Reach Out 6th Nov 1997  
I Will Survive I Will Survive 12th Jan 1999  
Nutbush City Limits Nutbush City Limits 21st Sep 1999  
Turn The Beat Around Turn The Beat Around 5th Feb 2000  
Radio Ga Ga Radio Ga Ga 27th Nov 2000  
What A Feeling (Flashdance) What A Feeling (Flashdance) 18th Jan 2008  
Last Dance Last Dance 16th Jun 2008  
Show Me Heaven Show Me Heaven 15th Jan 2009  
Proud Mary Proud Mary 27th May 2009  
Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves 1st Mar 2012  
I Don't Wanna Get Hurt I Don't Wanna Get Hurt 14th Jul 2012  
I Found Someone I Found Someone 14th Jul 2012  
Ain't No Mountain High Enough Ain't No Mountain High Enough 30th Jun 2015  

 

 



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T-Zone biography

The T-zone project was built around a vocalist presented by SAIFAM Publishing Group as having started out at drama school in London and, as the sister of one of her friend in her class had a group, she asked her to sing with them and they worked together for a couple of years. After a phase of mediocre success, she decided to move on and started to think about what she wanted to do : she discovered dance music and decided that was what she wanted to start his career in. She had been singing for many years when she did her debuts on the label One Way Records together with male vocalist Jerry on the single Check Out.

All the singles were released under One-Way records (a label of SAIFAM Publishing). All singles (among them, a lot of covers) were recorded and mixed in Verona (Italy), released as vinyls only.

Their very first single was Check Out. It was released in 1993, F. Turatti and Natale were the executive producers. It was produced and arranged by Morris Capaldi (who also wrote the lyrics and mixed the tracks), A. Milan and DJ F. Marchi. It included a B-side entitled O.L.D. The single was mixed at 20.0.90 Studio in Milano (Italy).

2 years passed by before we saw another release from T-Zone. At S.A.I.F.A.M. Publishing group, Mauro Farina decided to let her sing a song produced by Cappella's team Max Persona, Roby Arduini, Antonio Puntillo : Movin Up And Down.  It was released in 1995. This original track (for once) was composed and written by M. Motta, Roby Arduini, M. Aventino and Antonio Puntillo. It was produced by Roby Arduini for Union srl, realized by Roby Arduini and DJ Mamix, mixed by Roby Arduini at Union Studios in Verona (Italy).

The same year was released Do You Know Where You're Going To. Originally written by Mike Masser and Gerry Goffin, and performed by Diana Ross, it was produced by M. Farina and F. Turatti, recorded and mixed at Mela Studios).

The follow-up was the wonderful euro track Don't Let Me in 1996. The vocalist on was the one known under the code name Jenny. The single was written and composed by M. Farina, F. Serra, F. Turatti and A. Bindella. It was produced by M. Farina, G.Crivellente and A.Bindi. Additional production was done by F. Turatti and Factory Team. It was recorded and mixed at Mela Studios and Factory Sound Studios.

Then came Body Rock a few monthes later. Originally written and sung by Maria Vidal, it was produced by F. Turatti and G. Crivellente, mixed at Mela Studios.

In 1997, T-zone recorded Reach Out. It was produced by M. Farina, R. Arduini and A. Puntillo. Originally written by L. Dozier (it was a cover of a song of The Four Tops sung for the first time in 1966), it was performed and mixed by R. Arduini and A. Puntillo at Union Studios.

After a 2 years pause, the cover of I Will Survive was released in 1999. Originally written by Dino Fekaris and Perren and initially sung by Gloria Gaynor, it was produced by M. Farina and F. Turatti, mixed at Universal Studios. It included an instrumental B-side entitled Survivors.

Then came Nutbush City Limits, a cover of a Tina Turner song. It included a the instrumental B-side called No Limits, which was actually the clone of Survivors. Produced by M. Farina and Factory Team, it was mixed at Factory Sound Studios, mastered by Compotech-CA (USA).

Turn The Beat Around (a Gloria Estefan cover) was the follow-up. The vinyl included 2 versions of the singles (a Factory Batuca mix, a little latino oriented, and a Factory Speed mix, more trancy), plus the 70' mix of Don't Let Me and the track No Limits (already featured in the previous single). It was produced by M. Farina and Factory Team, mixed at Factory Sound Studios.

T-Zone's last single was Radio Ga Ga, a cover of Queen's hit, which had already been covered by DJ Bobo. It included, once again, the instrumental Survivors ! It was produced by M. Farina and & F. Turatti, mastered by Compotech.

There are a few tracks recorded by T-zone which were only compilation tracks : among them, Twist Of Fate, Young Hearts Run Free, This Time I Know It's For Real and Higher And Higher.

Thanks to Klems and Gianni
T-zone biography on SAIFAM website

T-Zone biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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