Valery Allington (also known as Valerie Allington), extremely talented american singer, performed in only two records produced for her voice by Sangy in the early ’80s. But this has been enough to create a cult case.
“I met Valery in 1983 in Vicenza (Italy). She was a sergeant of the local military base. I was searching for a good female voice for a new of my productions, where I was trying to mix funky/soul with electronic music in an innovative way.
When I heard her voice I immediately understood that I was facing one of the greatest singers I ever heard.
A great natural talent that I had the chance to highlight in only 2 singles, become cult among the fans of this genre.”
The project under the name Valery Allington is in the Electronic Funky-Soul music field.
Valery Allington is a very talented american singer, coming from the gospel experience.
SANGY released two singles for her voice.
The first one, titled “Stop”, was published in 1983. It was recorded at RG Studio engineered by Sandy Dian. The song was composed and performed by Sangy, co-arranged by Bottmann. It was remixed in London at Trafalgar Studios. This song also has an interesting experiment of fusion with trybal music, thanks to the excellent percussions performance by Lefty Medina.
The second one record, titled “Let’s make it”, was published in 1984. This record signs a higher level in the fusion between funky soul and electronic music.