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  1. Kebei says:
    Mar 28,  · Donna Summer Hot Stuff () Moroder, British co-producer Pete Bellotte and Donna Summer met in Munich in , where she was singing after leaving a .
  2. Dizilkree says:
    Carry On [] As Giorgio Moroder featuring Donna Summer; Maxi CD inc. 9 versions 髭おやじことモロダー(又はジョルジオのもろだし)はイタリアに生まれ、ドイツのミュンヘンで本格的音楽活動を .
  3. Balrajas says:
    Label: ARS Productions - • Format: CD Single Cardboard sleeve • Country: France & Benelux • Genre: Electronic • Style: House Donna Summer & Giorgio Moroder - Carry On (, Cardboard sleeve, CD) | Discogs3/5(1).
  4. Voodoosho says:
    The notes incorporate new interviews with many of Donna’s collaborators, including Giorgio Moroder’s production partner Pete Bellotte (Moroder himself provides a foreword). Encore is limited to copies and will be released on 27 March via Crimson Productions (a Demon Music imprint).
  5. Brabei says:
    It will be followed by legendary producer Giorgio Moroder's entirely re-imagined version of "Love to Love You Baby," the classic song he recorded with Donna, released in November of Love to Love You Donna was produced by Dahlia-Ambach Caplin, the architect of the five-volume Verve Remixed series, and Randall Poster, the legendary producer /5().
  6. Akiran says:
    Donna Summer & Giorgio Moroder - Carry On '97 ‎ (CD, Single) More Dance Australia: MDACDS Australia: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Data Correct. Add to Collection Add to.
  7. Gajar says:
    Giorgio Moroder wasn't the first person to play electronic dance music -- Kraftwerk had a synthesizer-oriented sound in the early '70s, and its electro-beats paved the way for a lot of the hip-hop, synth-pop, techno, industrial noise, house, and Hi-NRG that came in the '80s and '90s. But even though Moroder didn't invent electronic dance music single-handedly, he was among the first people to Price: $
  8. Maulmaran says:
    "Last Dance" is a song by American singer Donna Summer from the soundtrack album to the film Thank God It's Friday. It was written by Paul Jabara, co-produced by Summer's regular collaborator Giorgio Moroder and Bob Esty, and mixed by Grammy Award-winning producer Stephen Short, whose backing vocals are featured in the song. "Last Dance" became a critical and commercial success, .
  9. Samugore says:
    Giorgio Moroder - Deja Vu (Deluxe Edition) Sia, Matthew Koma and others he has returned to show that "74 Is The New 24". He proves that great music has no age and you still feel the futuristic vibes like the ones he created some 40 years ago. For more Donna Summer CD's.

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