Baltimora is an Italian group that will remain mainly in the musical history of the 80s for the title "Tarzan boy" which was released in 1985.
Huge single which will be a real worldwide hit and which will remain as his main hit. Title taken from their first album "Living in the background" which was released the same year.
The group will produce other well-made titles which will not enjoy the same level of success as their predecessor but which it would have been a shame to ignore.
To discover or rediscover.
Discography (among others ...) :
Tarzan boy 1985
Woody boogie 1985
Living in the background 1985
Juke box boy 1986
Key key Karimba 1987
Global love 1987
Call me in the heart of the night 1988
1985 ... first title and a real masterpiece. When an Italian producer by the name of Maurizio Bassi allies with an Irish singer by the name of Jimmy McShane, this is the result. The duo simply sign here one of the biggest dance hits of the decade and of the end of the twentieth century. MAS-TER-FUL !
1985 ... a decidedly exceptional year 1985 for the group with a second top hit in the wake. Certainly, impossible to compete with the previous steamroller but we will largely be satisfied ...
1985 ... the pass of 3 ! The group is literally walking on water, that's clear. Well, this title will be the least prestigious of the 3 but what a year !
1986 ... after an exceptional year in all respects, 1986 seems somewhat pale with only one title on the clock. A single title which is accompanied by a free fall in the Charts on a planetary level. Like what the years follow but are not necessarily alike ...
1987 ... already the last hit. A dazzling success followed by such a dazzling fall. Impressive turnaround that shows that at that time, anything was possible. For good, as for bad ...
1987 ... a shocking and charming duo who do what they can to save the furniture. Unfortunately, the gap with the competition is far too important and the group will never get back to the leading pack ...
1988 ... 3 years of existence and then leaves. An extraordinary adventure which will have lasted only a very short time but which will still have left several pieces of very large caliber including one of anthology. Hats off !
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