jeurobeat wrote: ↑
Oct 20th, '17, 18:47
I heard things like that before. It's not really a surprise that the young maestro made Giancarlo jealous because he created instant hits like Tango Tango and King & Queen
Regardless of what do you quote, according to an interview, SEB entered the market with no hype.
It's pretty logical. At that time many series were on sale, headed with That's Eurobeat.
Except the credits in booklets and reviews, various studio composers never been promoted.
Only the label owners, so main producers and stage artists, models of the main projects.
The big 3 on Eurobeat market till 1996 was called Dave Rodgers, Giacomo Maiolini and F.C.F.
Therefore until the commercial success of "Tora Tora Tora" in 1994 and foundation of Delta as the player in the game, Bratt Sinclaire remained officially pretty unknown, at least comparing with others and still this song got fame for A.Beat-C.
Before A. Leonardi wrote these higher rated mentioned tracks in 1991 with A. Contini, G. Pasquini released 5 CD albums and over a dozen instant hits !
For me it would be a madness,
if Dave Rodgers quite popular in Japan and on Italo Disco scene since 1985 would've been really jealous of 2 titles from 1991,
made by a young musician who joined to italian dance music at the latest...
I'm against any unhealth competition.
In these big record companies all staff worked for common success, however in Japan this wasn’t shown...
About the limited and specific "sentiment" I reffered to Bratt Sinclaire, but not less to Giancarlo Pasquini. Especially the studio producers should treat all their songs equally, no matter how old, under which labels released.
Unfortunately it’s not so. Ex collaborators lost the importance or better to hide them. Former stories and accidents affect on the perception of these early days...
Avex Trax for obvious reasons always favored A.Beat-C. Nevertheless everybody who participated in Eurobeat industry in 90’s should've not been jealous.