About a year and a half ago, I discovered this singer Ritsuko Kurosawa（黒沢律子）of which there is very little written about her although there is some information exists on sites such as Amazon.jp when it comes to her albums although I think all of them may now be in haiban status.
For that first song of hers, I focused on "Sayonara ga Nemuranai"（さよならが眠らない）from 1991. I was pretty drawn to that 80s/90s power ballad arrangement but one commenter, Pocari Dev, did mention that Kurosawa had actually been doing more uptempo Eurobeat dance tunes.
Well, I have found one such song "Give Me Love" which was actually written by the singer and composed by Keiko Yokoyama（横山敬子）. I wasn't sure whether this was an official single by Kurosawa but it was placed as a track on her April 1990 album "Real" which may have been her debut release. It has that underlying R&B beat for a pretty active song that keeps the singer's vocals very busy and the keyboard operator panting right to the very end. I've given "Give Me Love" a few spins now, and though I like it, I think the keyboardist didn't really need to punch down so hard.