Somethings never get old. Italian producer Stefano Zito was responsible for some of Italo disco's biggest jams. From the uptempo sleaze of Mr. Master's "A Dog In The Night" to the robo disco of Casco's "Cybernetic Love," it seems Zito had a knack for producing classic tracks. For B.W.H. he teamed up with his wife, Elena Zito, who took on vocal duties for both "Livin Up" and "Stop." The two had previously collaborated on the now impossible to find Blackway & Helene funk bomb "Music For Us." Both "Livin Up" and "Stop" are killer tracks on their own and to find them on the same release back in 1983 must have been mind blowing. There's no doubt that either one will absolutely tear up the dance floor. The repress takes the original 7" cover and blows it up for this 12" version. Limited press as with all of the Archivio Fonografico Moderno releases. Don't sleep!
- music label: House Of Music 1983 / Archivio Fonografico Moderno 2014
reviewed by Señor Sueño Latino 10/2014
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