I almost accidentally on purpose entered some deep and sarcastic one-liners here in order to express something I’m not even thinking. Meaning blaah, just listen, it’s good, it’s rare and plays well with Corn Flakes – Sing 12″ if you want to intensify misery.
Lonely streets, electric nights, neon lights, dark ladies walking, solitary, searching for some unspeakable pleasure, or pain. These are the ingredients of the track Ragazza Della Sera, sung entirely in Italian by Eva Nora, but released in 1985 by French label Trema. It’s a quite weird tune, which varies from a slow Italo disco to a dark synth pop style. The authors are Laurence Matalon and Jean Musy, who are the composers even of the A-side from this 7″, the track Vagabonda, previously included in the movie La Palombière (Jean-Pierre Denis, 1983). Central part is maybe less interesting, but the opening and ending minutes, with their dark lyrics and a slow, hypnotic rhythm, are worth a listening.