Spacer Woman
1983 synth italo-disco monster! Mania classic & essential!

Spacer Woman

Charlie

€ 14,95
  • 12"
Label
Mr. Disc Organization
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Description

 Formed in 1983 as an experiment to break the mold of the classic disco dance sound, Charlie was the vehicle for musician and producer Maurizio Cavalieri who had found fame with Italian disco group Firefly

Cavalieri had been listening to the new crop of UK Synthpop and New Wave like Depeche Mode and Heaven 17 and wanted to create a more electronic, futuristic sound. He recruited his friend Giorgio Stefani to help write the song and compose lyrics. 

“Spacer Woman” was recorded in Vicenza, Italy and released by Cavalieri’s own Mr. Disc Organization in 1983. The track features the signature Italo Linn Drum machine as well as the Roland TR-808 and a Yamaha DX7 for the arpeggiated synthesizer melody. “Spacer Woman” spans over seven-minutes and features the spaced-out vocals of Stefani’s wife, who sings through a vocoder. 

Eerie and unforgettable more than 30 years later, “Spacer Woman” is the ideal robotic space-age love song.

Tracklist

A

  • 1.Spacer Woman (Vocal)07:26

B

  • 2.Spacer Woman (Instrumental)07:28

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