Jean Claude Ades

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Jean Claude Ades
(J.C.A.)
(Krystal K)
Also known as Krystal K, J.C.A., JCA
Origin Italy
Genres House music, Electro music
Occupation(s) DJ / Music producer
Years active 2002-present
Website www.jeanclaudeades.com

Jean Claude Ades, also known as Krystal K and J.C.A.[1] is an electronic music producer born in Italy. He has resided and worked in Ireland, France and Germany[2] specialising in house and electro music.

Particularly noted for his work with pop and dance vocalist, Dannii Minogue, Jean Claude Ades co-wrote and produced Minogue's biggest hit "I Begin to Wonder" under the pseudonym J.C.A. and three further tracks, "Come and Get It", "Feel Like I Do" and "Free Falling". He also helped produce the song "Lovers Till the End" with Christian Burns for the album Simple Modern Answers.

His better known remixes include that of The Nightcrawlers' "Push The Feeling On", Coburn's "We Interrupt this Programme", Tomcraft's "Da Disco", The Roc Project's "Never (Past Tense)" and iiO's "At the End". Ades' hit singles include "Some Day", "Fly Away", and "Nite Time" and Angel City's "Love Me Right (Oh Sheila)" [3]

Under the alias Krystal K while residing in Munich, Germany, he produced a major hit on the Billboard Dance Top 40 chart in 2004 with "Let's Get It Right",[4]

Discography[edit]

(selective)

as Krystal K
as J.C.A / JCA
  • 1995: J.C.A. feat. Alexxa - "The Colour of My Style"
  • 1998: J.C.A. - "I Want You"
  • 2002: J.C.A. – "I Begin to Wonder"
  • 2003: J.C.A. - "I'll See Her Again"
  • 2003: J.C.A. feat. Dannii Minogue - "Come And Get It"
  • 2005: JCA - "Fly Away"
  • 2005: JCA - "Some Day"
  • 2005: J.C.A. & Melih Ask - "Journey to Instanbul"
  • 2008: JCA Presents Solaphonics - Total Love
  • 2012: JCA feat. Tyra - "Only Tonight"
as Jean Claude Ades
  • 1999: Jean-Claude Ades feat. Sherlyn - "Everything I Do"
  • 1999: Jean Claude Ades - "Let The Light Shine Down"
  • 2006: Jean-Claude Ades - "Calling"
  • 2006: Jean-Claude Ades - Munich EP Vol. 1
  • 2007: Tom Novy vs. Jean Claude Ades - "Slap That Bitch"
  • 2007: Jean Claude Ades - Live Fast - Die Beautiful (DJ mix)
  • 2007: Jean Claude Ades - Housemusic.de Chapter 4 (DJ mix)
  • 2008: Jean Claude Ades - Finally (album)
  • 2009: Jean Claude Ades vs. Lenny Fontana feat. Tyra – "Nite Time"
  • 2009: Jean Claude Ades & Hard Rock Sofa – "Spanish Harlem"
  • 2010: Jean Claude Ades & Vincent Thomas / 3OH!3 feat. Ke$ha - "Shingaling" / "First Kiss"
  • 2010: Jean Claude Ades & Mantu – "Blue Note"
  • 2012: Jean Claude Ades and Rony Seikaly - East West EP
  • 2013: Jean Claude Ades & Sharam Jey – Happy Mondays EP

References[edit]

  1. ^ Notabledance.com Interview with http://notabledance.com/2012/08/09/interview-jean-claude-ades-2012/ (August 9, 2012)
  2. ^ Paoletta, Michael (September 7, 2002). "The Beat Box: Hot Plate". Billboard. p. 26. Retrieved 13 May 2011. 
  3. ^ Krystal K discogs.com. Retrieved March 2011
  4. ^ Lets Get It Right cduniverse.com. Retrieved March 2011

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