Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time for a new Dyva vinyl and time for releasing an old song (originally from 1984) that Roberto and Massimo told us about on the booklet of their newest CD album . The mainsong is called “Dyva” and it’s about mysterious woman, Black Star. This is the project where the band took its name from. Musically the track follows the typical Dyva style with catchy melodies, strong synth brasses and downtempo beat. On the B-side of the vinyl you can find two tracks: “Can’t Be Free Forever” which is almost a ballad and a new mix of “Day After Day” which already appeared earlier as a demo version on the flipside of “Oh Mama Tonight” vinyl. Both tracks are very carefully replayed and mixed version of the original mixes which were found from the old tapes (in not perfect sound quality). The vocals of Max and Cinzia have been taken directly from the tapes but Roby’s and Roberta’s vocals are recorded just recently. This picture disc is a timewarp to Dyva’s mid 80s productions.
Composed, arranged, performed, recorded and mixed by Roberto Calzolari & Massimo Traversoni at BlackZone Recording Studio – Sestri Levante/Italy. Produced by Kimmo Salo, Roberto Calzolari & Massimo Traversoni for Flashback Records by courtesy of Danceland Records. Lead vocals by Dyva / Female vocals by Cinzia Macchia and Roberta Palma. Mastered by Damian Lipinski / Pro Audio Mastering. Graphic idea by BlackZone Graphic Studio – Sestri Levante(GE)/Italy. DTP by RML. Special Thanks to: Adriana, Pinuccia, Mikaela, Isabella, Luca and Paolo.