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Sara Jorge

Sara Jorge (born as Sara Kofteros in London) is a singer-songwriter. Also a budding musician and actress, she has appeared on many theatre shows, occasional minor movie parts such as Die Another Day, and on several television shows for Channel 4, Sky One and Sky Sports including ITV1's Daddy's Girl, along with a presenter role on Friendly TV.

Sara Jorge has said that she wanted to be a pop star from a young age and that she began writing her own songs at the age of twelve.

Career

Her first releases, "Passion For My Love", "Dreamin'" and "Love You To Death" were available via her first web site of early 2003 for free download, the latter being reworked some time later as "L.U.2.D." on the "Shock To The System" debut release.

In 2004, Sara Jorge released the single "Let Your Heart Go Free", a collaboration with the band Titan 3. She released two singles in 2005, "Shock To The System" and "Dirty Business". In early 2006, Sara Jorge released her third solo single "Beautiful World", which reached number one in the UK dance charts. The next single, "Keep It Comin" is to be the official follow up.

Sara Jorge is currently working on her forthcoming debut album, "R3MIX".

The credits for "R3MIX" reveal include Rob Davis (Kylie Minogue, Spiller), Emily Friendship (Nate James, Sarah Connor), Gary Clark (Nick Carter, K.d. Lang), Ash Howes and Martin Harrigton (Dido, Faithless and Blue), Gary Barlow and Elliott Kennedy (Spice Girls, Blue, Atomic Kitten).

Discography

Albums

Singles

Year Single Album UK
2004 "Let Your Heart Go Free" (featuring Titan 3) not released
2005 "Shock To The System" R3MIX
2005 "Dirty Business" R3MIX
2006 "Beautiful World" R3MIX
2006 "Keep It Comin" R3MIX

Misc

Collaborations

Promo singles

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Compilations

Compilations containing Sara Jorge songs.

  • 2004: Big Tunes - "Let Your Heart Go Free"
  • 2004: The Annual Summer 2004 - "Let Your Heart Go Free"
  • 2005: Huge Club Tunes - "Dirty Business"
  • 2006: DJ Only 85 - "Beautiful World"

B-sides

  • "L.U.2.D. (Love You To Death)" appears as the b-side to "Shock To The System" (2005).
  • "To Be Loved" appears as the b-side to "Beautiful World" (2006).
  • "One Good Thing" appears as the b-side to "Dirty Business" 2 Track Promo Single (2005).

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