I’m not saying the paths of these two singers have crossed, but it would bolster the theory that Jessica Jay is from Philipines/Thailand (and certainly not from Europe). According to a person commenting, Jessica Jay is a “disco concept,” with Italo-disco star Dora Carofiglio providing the female vocals. Update: Simon says this photo is of the wrong person.Note to commenters: If you came here through a search engine, I would love to hear where you are from in the world and when you heard her songs!For this post, I invite other people searching on google to add information (maybe even Jessica Jay herself! Here is what I know so far: Up until two I have two working theories: First, perhaps Jessica Jay is a Philipino who sings in English (and somehow managed to make inroads in Thailand and get her song put on a Eurodance CD).Second, Jessica Jay is a woman from Spain who sang in English for marketing reasons (Perhaps she married a Phillipino man? She retired in the late 1990s and only restarted her career a few months ago.Amazingly, I can’t seem to find a photo of Dora, although she clearly appears to be singing in the Novecento video.
Although the market was flooded by so many covers of the song, the sales figures of the parent albums did not seem to suffer at all.His artist site says: The title song, “Denpasar Moon”, was covered by a singer from the Phillipines called Maribeth and her version became the biggest selling English-language record ever in Indonesia.Over 40 cover versions in different regional styles and languages followed”. Colin Bass is an Asian/European singer who is singing in a dangdut pop music style that fuses Asian and Arabic styles.May 28 Update: One Google link identifies a “Jessica Jey” with SAIFAM music, which looks to be a CD distribution company located in Italy.It looks like they distribute lots of compilation CDs consisting of dance/dj hits.