viernes, 22 de enero de 2010

IT FEELS GOOD TO BE LOVED-NEMORIN


"It feels good to be loved" by Jacqueline Nemorin was released in 1993, was the first single taken from the album "Creole Dance".

All written and composed by Jacqueline Nemorin and Toby Gad, all published by FMP Songs, produced by Toby Gad, executive producer Frank Farian.

Jacqueline Nemorin aka Jackie Carter started out as a session vocalist with Silver Convention for a short time before being replaced by Penny McLean, she sang the lead vocal of the song "Please Don't Change The Chords Of This Song" on the first Silver Convention album.

She opted for a solo career and she started with the single “Treat Me Like A Woman” was written by Jackie’s then-lover Frank Diez, one of Germany’s most prolific guitar players.

During a long career he worked with such diverse acts as Peter Maffay, Donna Summer, Eric Burdon, Atlantis and Giorgio Moroder’s Munich Machine.

But in 1986, when Frank Farian, Germany’s most successful producer was looking for new talent, a mutual friend turned him on to the Gad brothers’ material.

The next day the boys flew to Frankfurt and thus started a seven-year collaboration with Frank.

One week later they found three of their songs on Milli Vanilli's debut album, which later went multi-platinum.

In 1988, Toby met Mauritian singer Jacqueline Nemorin.

This became the beginning of a 10-year collaboration between the two.

Together with Farian, Toby produced Nemorin’s first album “The Creole Dance” on BMG.

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