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Jester - Never Dreaming Man album mp3


A Never Dreaming Man
B Alexander The Monster


  • Arranged By, Directed By – Ballo*, Spinetti*
  • Art Direction [Direttore Artistico] – Beppe Aleo*
  • Composed By, Lyrics By – D. Zerega*
  • Lyrics By – F. De Caroli*

Jester  - Never Dreaming Man album mp3
Performer: Jester
Genre: Electronic
Title: Never Dreaming Man
Released: 1985
Style: Italo-Disco
MP3 version ZIP size: 1995 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1842 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 673
Other Formats: MP4 MMF RA MIDI DXD TTA MP1

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Outstanding 7'' Italo rarity with 2 different pearls. We find here for the lyrics Federico De Caroli,, the famous Eugene Deca, father of the timeless "Clock War" (repressed in a new edit in the 2014 comp "Mothball Dance Classics").After some quick browsing on a few mixes it turns out that "Alexander The Monster" is included in the 2012 double CDr "The Outer Edge Of 80's Synth" (Roller Disco Records - RDR005) by Intergalactic Gary & F. Dalum. Jester's flip side can be listened to in full on the 2nd disc "Flemming Dalum: Italo Avant-garde" mispelled "Avante-garde" (16th track). Be it said also another version of it can be found on the untitled release under the label Videostar named R A (under the simple title "Alexander") which release proposes as well another version of "Clock War" and of the 2 tracks of New California "Very Nice" / "Space Melody".On the other hand, "Never Dreaming Man" doesn't seem to have been mixed anywhere nor included in any comp. We just have a cover of this track (or maybe the other way around ?) on the flip side of Kate Ross' record (Alt Music - AT 000200) "Our Symphony" which release year is unknown and which appears in "Lost Treasures of Italo-Disco" Vol.1.An absolute reference and a beautiful label to top it all.
I rarely judge this quickly, but these are probably some of the best Italo-Disco tracks I have ever heard!!! In my top 5 favs.The Instrumentation is beautiful. The vocals are so intense and well done (albeit quite weird too), that when he hits the word "sky" in part of the chorus line it just makes my heart jump. Definitely some of my favourite vocals on any Italo-Disco record. Not only is side A absolutely breathtaking, but side B is very good too. The two sides vary quite a lot. Side A is very uplifting sounding, while side B is much darker. Both do a fantastic job of conveying their moods. Not only that, but the lyrics (admittedly hard to understand at a few points) seem to be unusually creative too (considering that Italo-Disco is not known for it's great lyrics). When it comes to sound, Side A is the winner for me, but when it comes to apparent subject matter, side B is just totally insane and fantastically strange. This whole record is very unusual for what it is and just in general too. Even the cover art is incredibly bizarre. I love the drawings. They are so complex and creative. There is something special and very unique about the label this is on and it's associated labels and certain records have this magical sound to them that I have rarely found from anywhere else, but for me Never Dreaming Man beats everything else on Videoradio, Videostar, and Disco In collectively. It is at the very center of that "magical sound" to me. It is a masterpiece in my opinion and without a doubt deserves as much praise as it can get. This record very much deserves a good reissue.