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Playlist of Giorgio Moroder & Donna Summer

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  • Giorgio Moroder & Donna Summer - Top of the Pops

    7:54

    Top of the Pops (1977)

    Giorgio - From Here to Eternity
    Donna Summer - I Feel Love

    (C) BBC, Oasis Records, Casablanca Records, 1977

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  • Giorgio Moroder & Donna Summer - I Feel Love MULTIREMIX 128 bpm

    31:31

    ALL TIME DISCO CLASSIC Multi-Re-Mixed
    Tracks :
    01. 00:00 : My name is Giovanni Giorgio, but everybody calls me Giorgio
    02. 00:05 : I Feel Love (Instrumental)
    03. 03:36 : I Feel Love (Extended)
    04. 11:15 : I Feel Love (Sterac Instrumental Dub)
    05. 21:30 : I Feel Love (Danny Howells Remix)



    Disco Ball : Alessandro Zavattero (AlexFreeStockVideo)

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  • Donna Summer - I Feel Love Studio Version

    5:53

    Album: Remember Yesterday (P)(C) Casablanca Records (1977) USA
    Mezcla De Video Original Por: Sergio Productions, Cali Colombia.

    I Feel Love (español: Siento el amor) es una canción de Donna Summer, tomada de su álbum conceptual de 1977 I Remember Yesterday. La grabación de fondo totalmente electrónico es considerada pionera del género Hi-NRG, que alcanzó su auge en la década de los 80.
    La canción representa al futuro en su álbum conceptual, el cual representa el avance de los estilos a través del tiempo. La canción I Remember Yesterday representa la década de los 40, Love's Unkind la década de los 50, Back in Love Again a los 60 y concluye con la futurista I Feel Love. La canción alcanzó el #1 en el UK Singles Chart, el #6 en el Hot 100 de Billboard y el #9 en el Hot Soul Singles. Rápidamente se hizo popular en las discotecas gays y fue adoptado como himno gay.1 I Feel Love está posicionada en el lugar #418 de las 500 mejores canciones de todos los tiempos según la revista Rolling Stone.

    Antes de I Feel Love, muchas grabaciones de música disco habían sido respaldadas por orquestas acústicas, aunque la música electrónica ya había sido empleada en décadas anteriores.2 La innovadora producción disco de esta canción por parte de Giorgio Moroder, grabada con una pista de acompañamiento a base de sintetizadores, fue influyente en el desarrollo de la música disco, electro, house y tecno, e incluso se dice que I Feel Love ha sido el origen de estos estilos

    Antes de ser lanzado como sencillo aparte, I Feel Love correspondía al lado B de la canción Can't We Just Sit Down (And Talk It Over), el primero del álbum I Remember Yesterday. A pesar de que el sencillo no tuvo mucho éxito, I Feel Love tuvo un impacto enorme lo cual provocó que fuera lanzado como sencillo aparte en julio de 1977 a nivel internacional. La canción se convirtió en uno de los grandes éxitos de Summer, tanto en sus trabajos en la música disco como en toda su carrera.

    De acuerdo con David Bowie, durante la grabación de su Berlin Trilogy, su impacto en la dirección del género fue reconocido desde un principio:
    Un día, en Berlín ... (Brian) Eno vino corriendo y dijo: He escuchado el sonido del futuro. ... Es 'I Feel Love', de Donna Summer ... Él dijo, Es esto, no busque más. Va a cambiar el sonido de la música de club para los próximos quince años.
    La versión del álbum tiene una duración de casi seis minutos. Fue extendida para su lanzamiento como un maxi single de 12, la versión de ocho minutos fue incluida en el recopilatorio de 1989 The Dance Collection: A Compilation of Twelve Inch Singles. La canción fue editada ligeramente para ser lanzada en el formato de 7, con la apertura de la canción más corta. Una versión con una duración aproximada de 3:45 minutos, que omite la tercera estrofa y el coro final, ha sido incluida en un gran número de álbumes de grandes éxitos y recopilaciones de otras discográficas como PolyGram, Mercury Records, Universal Music y otras, como la de 1994 Endless Summer: Greatest Hits y la del 2003, The Journey: The Very Best of Donna Summer.
    En 2004, la revista Rolling Stone situó a I Feel Love en el puesto 411 en su lista de las 500 mejores canciones de todos los tiempos.
    Tras el éxito de esta canción, Summer y Moroder produjeron la secuencia de 11 minutos titulada Now I Need You/Working the Midnight Shift (en su álbum Once Upon a Time de 1977), secuencia que se basa en las voces etéreas, los ritmos mecanizados, los arpegios secuenciados y las líneas de bajo ostinato de I Feel Love.
    Sencillos

  • Donna Summer ♫ G. Moroder - Carry On

    7:33

    Ms Donna Summer - 12/31/1948 ~ 5/17/2012
    from: DJ David (Retired In Canada & Still Entertaining Everyone :-)~
    My own way of Remembering Donna Summer ♥♫♪
    Producers: Giorgio Moroder & Donna Summer.

    Here Is My Grand Montage of Donna Summer.
    I Should Have Many Donna Pics Uploaded ♥

    FOR PROMOTIONAL AND ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY!
    THANK YOU FOR YOUR COMPLIANCE :-) DJ David
    I Own No Copyrights to this Record!!! NO © Infringement Intended at All!!!

    I have the Original Euro CD Single and uploaded this from My CD Single and
    Windows Live Movie Maker® :-)

    For My Diva Donna Summer. She will Remain with Us forever :-)
    I have almost every record Donna Summer has ever put out. All of her
    12 Singles, CD Singles, etc.

    I have loved Donna Summer since the beginning of the Disco Era
    from the early - mid 70's and 80's right up through the 90's and now here
    we are in 2012! What a time that was for us All :-)

    Everything seemed better back then, but I am almost 49 now!

    Some people say I'm just a babe, but I've seen enough pain, hurt, regret
    and know about many different aspects of life for a thousand lifetimes
    **********Enough for me and that's for sure ;-)
    But we Carry On and Donna Summer's Music will Forever be in our
    Hearts, Minds and Souls Forever and a Day :-)

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  • Love To Love You Baby (Giorgio Moroder Feat. Chris Cox Re...

    4:22

    Music video by Donna Summer performing Love To Love You Baby. (C) 2013 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

  • i feel love / Donna Summer / Giorgio Moroder sequenced on Tyros 3

    7:30

    Also a request
    Used some vst plugins for the analog sounds
    Drums are from Tyros

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  • GIORGIO MORODER at I Feel Love 40 Years Celebration Brooklyn

    58:03

    Mixmag, Casablanca Records and Smirnoff Sound Collective celebrated the 40th anniversary of Giorgio Moroder, Donna Summer and Pete Bellotte's seminal disco anthem 'I Feel Love'.

    Originally released in July 1977, 'I Feel Love' has become one of the most historic songs in music, igniting a cultural phenomenon that awakened unity, inclusivity and love across dance floors around the world.

    The event is in collaboration with Smirnoff Sound Collective, a special initiative that aims to promote greater inclusivity in dance music across gender, race, genres and beyond and Casablanca Records, the original label to release 'I Feel Love' 40 years ago.

    I Feel Love 40 took place at Schimanski New York featuring Giorgio Moroder, Smirnoff Sound Collective artists and very special guests, paying full homage to the late Donna Summer and the epic disco era.

    IFeelLove40.net.

    Watch FRANCOIS K's livestream for the event here:



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  • Our Love

    4:53

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Our Love · Donna Summer

    Bad Girls

    ℗ 1979 The Island Def Jam Music Group

    Released on: 1979-04-25

    Producer: Giorgio Moroder
    Producer: Pete Bellotte
    Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Harold Faltermeyer
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mix Engineer: Jürgen Koppers
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Steven D. Smith
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Brian Gardner
    Composer Lyricist: Donna Summer
    Composer Lyricist: Giorgio Moroder

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  • BEST DISCO HITS by GIORGIO MORODER - THE ORIGINAL MIX TAPE

    1:10:15

    THE FATHER OF DISCO IN SOME OF HIS BEST!
    Giorgio Moroder - Electro Disco [The Mix Tape] (Greatest Hits Non-Stop Mix)



    All tracks produced by Giorgio Moroder

    Donna Summer - Spring Affair (1976)
    Giorgio Moroder - Chase (1978)
    Suzi Lane - Ooh La La (1979)
    The Three Degrees - The Runner (1978)
    Roberta Kelly - Trouble Maker (1976)
    Donna Summer - Our Love (1980)
    Munich Machine - Whiter Shade of Pale (1978)
    Giorgio Moroder - I Wanna Rock You (1979)
    Giorgio Moroder - Utopia [Me Giorgio] (1977)
    Donna Summer - I Feel Love [Patrick Cowley Mega-Edit] (1982)
    Giorgio Moroder - Valley of the Dolls (1980)
    Donna Summer - Sunset People (1980)
    Amy Holland - She's On Fire (1983)
    Melissa Manchester - Thief of Hearts (1984)
    Madleen Kane - You Can (1981)
    Limahl - The Neverending Story (1984)
    Giorgio Moroder - E=MC² (1979)
    Sparks - When I'm With You (1980)

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  • Love To Love You Baby

    16:49

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    Love To Love You Baby · Donna Summer

    Love To Love You Baby

    ℗ 1975 The Island Def Jam Music Group

    Released on: 1975-09-01

    Producer: Pete Bellotte
    Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Giorgio Moroder
    Associated Performer, String Arranger, Horn Arranger: Mike Thatcher
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Hans Menzel
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Reinhold Mack
    Composer Lyricist: Donna Summer
    Composer Lyricist: Pete Bellotte
    Composer Lyricist: Giorgio Moroder

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  • DONNA SUMMER I feel love live 1977,,

    4:03

    I Feel Love
    Artista
    Donna Summer
    Writers
    Giorgio Moroder, Donna Summer, Pete Bellotte
    Concesso in licenza a YouTube da
    UMG (a nome di Island Mercury); ASCAP, PEDL, LatinAutor - UMPG, LatinAutor, CMRRA, AdRev Publishing, UMPG Publishing, SODRAC, Reel Muzik Werks (music publishing), Broma 16, ARESA, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, Warner Chappell e 22 società di gestione dei diritti musicali

  • I Feel Love by Giorgio Moroder & Donna Summer performed on the Baloran The River synthesizer

    5:33

    Giorgio Moroder's incredible 70's synth track featuring the late Donna summer on vocals was absolutely mind-blowing when I first heard it in 1978 when I was only 9 years old. It sounded so futuristic and I remember being truly mesmerized by it. I've been wanting to recreate this track for a long time, so naturally I thought that my Baloran The River synthesizer was the perfect choice to do so. I would like to thank my wife, Ann Marie, for providing the vocals. She was naturally intimidating in trying to do justice to the incredible vocals of the late Donna Summer, but considering Ann doesn't sing very much any more, we were both very pleased how it turned out. Thanks Ann! :)

    From Wikipedia- I Feel Love was produced and co-written by Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte, and was recorded for Donna Summer's fifth studio album, I Remember Yesterday (1977). The album concept was to have each track evoke a different musical decade; for I Feel Love, the team aimed to create a futuristic mood, employing a Moog modular synthesizer.

    This piece was recreated by myself using the The River synth for about 90% of the track, including the iconic arpeggiated bass line, and was multitracked using Cubase Pro 10.5. I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed recreating it. as usual, thanks for viewing and PLEASE subscribe if you enjoy my work....and I'll keep it up. :)

  • Lucky

    4:38

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Lucky · Donna Summer

    Bad Girls

    ℗ 1979 The Island Def Jam Music Group

    Released on: 1979-04-25

    Producer: Giorgio Moroder
    Producer: Pete Bellotte
    Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Harold Faltermeyer
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mix Engineer: Jürgen Koppers
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Steven D. Smith
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Brian Gardner
    Composer Lyricist: Donna Summer
    Composer Lyricist: Joseph Patrick Esposito
    Composer Lyricist: Peter Edward Hokenson
    Composer Lyricist: Giorgio Moroder
    Composer Lyricist: Bruce Charles Sudano

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  • Giorgio Moroder - live at Lowlands 2019

    17:45

    Watch the full show here:

    LL19: Giorgio Moroders uitzinnige meezinguur
    Geweldige revanche voor mislukte dj-flirt

    Setlist:
    I Feel Love
    Hot Stuff
    Call Me


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  • Donna Summer ~ I Feel Love 1977 Disco Purrfection Version

    30:29

    The Billboard chart for the week ending August 6, 1977 had Andy Gibb's I Just Want To Be Your Everything at #1, Bill Conti's #1 Gonna Fly Now had dropped to #47 and The Brothers Johnson Strawberry Letter #23 was on its way up at #34. The top new entry that week was Meco's future #1 hit Theme From Star Wars at #71. There were eleven other new songs that week and at #86 was this groundbreaking electronic disco tune from Donna Summer. It was the coda for her latest LP I Remember Yesterday which pretty much summed up pop music from the 40's to the future with each era having a song on the album. This song's unmistakeable intro of a rising synthesizer and at the crescendo, a dizzying array of layered synthesized sounds burst out of the radio at me that late spring. It started just as i got to the pharmacy and I had to turn off the car and listen to the whole thing while my sister waited digging the groove. Hypnotizing and mesmerizing, it was a watershed moment in pop history. Disco historians and critics both agree that I Feel Love is the birth of EDM (Electronic Dance Music), courtesy of Giorgio Moroder, Pete Bellotte and Donna Summer. Summer's voice and Keith Forsey's kick drum are the ONLY elements not created by a computer. Moroder had this idea for a song using oscillators to create a sonic disco experience and brought it to Summer. She said, Giorgio brought me this popcorn track and I said 'What the hell is this, Giorgio? The popcorn she was referring to was the 1972 single by Hot Butter, an early song that used the Moog Synthesizer to great effect that replicated the sound of popcorn popping and syncopating it with the electronic beats and bass. She finished the song as a joke not realizing the impact it was going to have. Summer notes that she knew the song was about the groove and that too many vocals would get in the way, so Pete Belotte wrote simple lyrics and she sang the song as if she were in a romantic reverie with her ice princess soprano and it fit perfectly. It was not considered for commercial release, and was the B side of Can't We Sit Down And Talk It Over. DJ reaction was much stronger for the B side and Casablanca re-released the single with I Feel Love as the A side. Peaking at #4 disco and #6 pop in the US, it topped the UK charts for four weeks. Its influence never wavered and in 1982 Patrick Cowley, an ex-lightinh man and neophyte disco producer made a name for himself with his astonishing nearly 16 minute remix that actually improved on the original. For this version I have edited together the original 12 version, the hard to find instrumental version and finish off with Patrick Cowley's remixed version for 27 minutes of disco heaven. I spent more money trying to find a pristine vinyl copy of the Patrick Cowley remix from 1982, acquiring FIVE copies and finally found one that was crystal clear...I hope you keep with the whole trip here...

  • Sam Smith - I Feel Love - Donna Summer & G.Moroder VP Dj Duck

    13:08

    Sam Smith - I Feel Love - Donna Summer & G.Moroder (New Disco Mix Remix 2020) VP Dj Duck - No Infringement Copyright - No Video Profit - No Copyright Profit - Thank You

  • Donna Summer - I Feel Love

    8:19

    I Feel Love is a 1977 song by American singer-songwriter Donna Summer from her fifth studio album I Remember Yesterday. It reached number six on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. Giorgio Moroder, the song's producer, was an early adopter of electronic sequencers and four-four beats. The song became popular in High Energy and gay discos, while earlier disco hits were based on soft string and assuring female vocals, I Feel Love is formed on a hard kick drum and progressive bass lines seminal in the development of modern electronic dance music.

    Before I Feel Love, most disco recordings had been backed by acoustic orchestras although all-electronic music had been produced for decades. Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte's innovative production of this disco-style song, recorded with an entirely synthesized backing track, utilizing a Moog synthesizer, spawned imitators in the disco genre, and was influential in the development of techno. Moroder went to work on the song with Bellotte in his Musicland studio in Munich. We wanted to conclude with a futuristic song, he said, and I decided that it had to be done with a synthesizer.

    Unusual for a disco track of that era, Moroder composed the backing track and bass line before the melody. He introduced a degree of variety by altering the song's key at regular intervals and layering in Summer's repetitive and synthesized vocals.

    The song would garner Summer her first American Music Award nomination for Favourite Female Soul/R & B Artist. According to David Bowie, then in the middle of recording of his Berlin Trilogy with Brian Eno, its impact on the genre's direction was recognized early on:

    One day in Berlin ... Eno came running in and said, I have heard the sound of the future. ... he puts on I Feel Love, by Donna Summer ... He said, This is it, look no further. This single is going to change the sound of club music for the next fifteen years. Which was more or less right.

    Music critic Vince Aletti wrote that, The pace is fierce and utterly gripping with the synthesizer effects particularly aggressive and emotionally charged. He went on to predict that the track should easily equal if not surpass the success of Love to Love You Baby in the clubs.

    The album version lasts for almost six minutes. It was extended for release as a 12 maxi-single,[7] the eight-minute version included on the 1989 compilation The Dance Collection: A Compilation of Twelve Inch Singles. The song was slightly edited on the 7 format, the fade-in opening sound reaching maximum volume sooner. A version which fades out at 3:45, before the third verse and final choruses, has been included on a large number of greatest hits packages and other compilations issued by PolyGram, Mercury Records, Universal Music and others, such as 1994's Endless Summer: Greatest Hits and 2003's The Journey: The Very Best of Donna Summer.

    Following the track's success, Summer, Moroder and Bellotte produced the 11-minute Now I Need You/Working the Midnight Shift sequence on Summer's 1977 double album Once Upon a Time, which successfully builds on I Feel Love's pioneering ethereal vocals, mechanised beats, sequenced arpeggios and ostinato basslines.

    The song peaked at number six on the Billboard Hot 100 the week of November 12, 1977. It reached number nine on the Soul Singles Chart in October 1977. Its 1995 remix peaked at number nine on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play.

    In the United Kingdom, I Feel Love peaked at the top of the UK Singles Chart in July 1977, a position it maintained for four weeks. The 1982 and 1995 remixes of the song peaked at number 21 and number eight on the chart respectively, and sales of these physical singles totaled 956,400. According to the Official Charts Company, together with digital sales, I Feel Love has sold 1.07 million copies in Britain as of June 2013, making it the country's 103rd best-selling single of all time.

    Ooh it's so good, it's so good
    It's so good, it's so good
    It's so good

    Ooh I'm in love, I'm in love,
    I'm in love, I'm in love
    I'm in love

    Ooh I feel love, I feel love
    I feel love, I feel love
    I feel love

    I feel love
    I feel love

    Ooh fall and free, fall and free
    Fall and free, fall and free
    Fall and free

    Ooh you and me, you and me
    You and me, you and me
    You and me

    Ooh I feel love, I feel love
    I feel love, I feel love
    I feel love

    I feel love
    I feel love
    I feel love
    I feel love

    Ooh I got you, I got you
    I got you, I got you
    I got you

    Ooh what you do, what you do
    What you do, what you do
    What you do

    Ooh I feel love, I feel love
    I feel love, I feel love
    I feel love

    I feel love
    I feel love
    I feel love
    I feel love
    (repeat)

  • Donna Summer - I Feel Love

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    This is my cover of a great classic of music played with synthesizer: I Feel Love by Donna Summer-Giorgio Moroder-Pete Bellotte.

    Hope you like it ;)

  • Donna Summer - Love To Love You Baby Oasis Records 1975

    16:54

    Love to Love You Baby is a song by American singer Donna Summer released in 1975. It became one of the first ever disco hits to also be released in this extended form.

    By 1975, Summer had been living in Germany for eight years and had participated in several musical theatre shows. She had also released an album in Europe entitled Lady of the Night, written by Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte and produced by Bellotte, which had given her a couple of hit singles. She was still a complete unknown in her home country when she suggested the lyric Love to Love You Baby to Moroder in 1975. He turned the lyric into a full disco song and asked Summer to record it. The full lyrics were somewhat explicit and at first Summer said she would only record it as a demo to give to someone else. However, Summer's erotic moans and groans impressed Moroder so much that he persuaded her to release it as her own song, and Love to Love You became a moderate hit in the Netherlands.

    In an interview in 1976, Summer responded to a number of questions that she claims she'd been asked about the process of recording the song: Everyone's asking, 'Were you alone in the studio?' Yes, I was alone in the studio. 'Did you touch yourself?' Yes, well, actually I had my hand on my knee. 'Did you fantasize on anything?' Yes, on my handsome boyfriend Peter.

    A tape of the song was sent to Casablanca Records president Neil Bogart in the U.S. and he played it at a party at his home. He was so impressed with the track that he continued to play it over and over all night. He later contacted Moroder and suggested that he make the track longer - possibly as long as twenty minutes. However, Summer again had reservations. She wasn't even sure of all the lyrics, but she imagined herself as an actress (namely Marilyn Monroe) playing the part of someone in sexual ecstasy. The studio lights were dimmed so that Summer was more or less in complete darkness as she lay on the floor.

    The final recording lasted over sixteen minutes, and contained the sexiest simulated orgasms ever found on vinyl. According to the BBC, the song contained 23 orgasms. By that point, the song was renamed Love To Love You Baby. It took up the entire first side of the album of the same name, and was also released as a 12 single. Edited versions were also found on 7 vinyl.

    Originally released in November 1975, the song became an international disco smash. In the U.S., it became Summer's first U.S. top 40 hit, spending two weeks at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in early 1976 and logged four weeks atop the Billboard U.S. disco chart, as well number three on the soul singles chart. In the UK, upon release in January 1976, it reached #4 on the UK Singles Chart despite the BBC's refusal to promote it. Summer would be named the first lady of love, which labeled her with a sexually-oriented, fantasy image from which she would struggle to free herself.

    I love to love you baby
    I love to love you baby
    I love to love you baby
    I love to love you baby
    I love to love you baby

    When you're laying so close to me
    There's no place I'd rather you be than with me

    I love to love you baby
    I love to love you baby
    I love to love you baby

    Do it to me again and again
    You put me in such a awful spin, in a spin

    I love to love you baby
    I love to love you baby
    I love to love you baby

    Lay your head down real close to me
    Soothe my mind and set me free, set me free

    Uh, love to love you baby
    Uh, love to love you baby
    Uh, love to love you baby
    Uh, love to love you baby
    Uh, love to love you baby
    Uh, love to love you baby

    When you're laying so close to me
    There's no place I'd rather you be than with me

    I love to love you baby
    I love to love you baby
    I love to love you baby

    Do it to me again and again
    You put me in such a awful spin, in a spin

    I love to love you baby
    I love to love you baby
    I love to love you baby
    I love to love you baby
    I love to love you baby
    I love to love you baby
    I love to love you baby

  • Donna Summer - I Feel Love

    3:49

    Music video by Donna Summer performing I Feel Love. (C) 1978 The Island Def Jam Music Group

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  • Donna Summer - Last Dance Casablanca Records 1979

    8:12

    Last Dance is a 1978 hit song by singer Donna Summer recorded in July, 1977 in one day at the Hit Factory Studio in New York. The song appeared on the Thank God It's Friday movie soundtrack.

    It was written by Paul Jabara and recorded by Jurgen Koopers. It was remixed by Bob Stone and featured no backup singers.

    Donna Summer has a role in the film Thank God It's Friday as an aspiring singer who brings an instrumental track of Last Dance to a disco in hopes the disc jockey will play the track and allow her to sing the song for her fellow patrons: after refusing through most of the film the disc jockey eventually obliges Summer's character and her performance causes a sensation.

    According to the song's co-producer Bob Esty, Paul Jabara had locked Summer in a Puerto Rico hotel bathroom and forced her to listen to a cassette of him singing a rough version of Last Dance. Summer liked the song and Jabara asked Esty to work with him on an arrangement for Summer to make her recording. Esty recalls:

    I changed some of the chords and extended the 'hook' to repeat three times to finish the last phrase of the chorus. I also added a bridge to build to a climax and suggested a ballad intro à la Ain't No Mountain High Enough [the Diana Ross version] and another ballad in the middle of the song building again to a high note for the last chorus ending. To our knowledge, this had never been done in a disco track. ..We did the piano/vocal with Donna and me of the full version including the two ballad sections and the ending in one 'pass'...I recorded the full track in one day, rhythm in the morning, horns and strings during the day. That same night, Giorgio Moroder recorded Donna's vocal exactly as she sang the demo, in two takes, and banning me from attending the session. In spite of the fact Giorgio didn't like the song and didn't want Donna to sing in a full voice style, I thought I would be at least credited for co-producing the track and co-writing the song with Paul. He ultimately took credit for it. And Paul Jabara took the Oscar. I learned a bitter lesson from that.

    On David Foster's The Hitman Returns DVD, David Foster introduces the song by relating a story to Donna Summer. When he played on the session in 1978, Foster thought the producer's suggestion to start the song as a ballad and change into a faster tempo was, ...the stupidest idea I've ever heard in my life, but we did it.

    Last Dance won an Academy Award, and a Golden Globe for Best Original Song that same year. With a #3 peak on the Hot 100 in Billboard magazine, Last Dance became Summer's third US Top Ten hit after Love to Love You Baby and I Feel Love and almost matched the #2 hit Love to Love You Baby as Summer's best-charting single (at that time). Last Dance also afforded Summer a #5 R&B chart hit and was #1 on Billboard's Hot Disco Action Chart for six weeks eventually being ranked as the #1 Disco hit for the year 1978. Certified gold for sales of a million units in the US,Last Dance marked a downturn in Summer's chart fortunes in the UK where she'd previously had more chart impact than in the US with Last Dance's UK chart peak being at #51; Summer would return to the UK Top Ten - at #5 - with her follow-up single MacArthur Park a single which afforded Summer her first US #1.

    Last Dance was one of the first disco songs to also feature slow tempo parts: it starts off as a ballad; the full-length version on the film soundtrack also has a slow part in the middle. This part was edited out for the 7. The versions found on most greatest hits packages is either the original 7 edit (3:21) or the slightly longer and remixed version from the 1979 compilation On The Radio: Greatest Hits Volumes 1 & 2 (4:56). Last Dance started a trend for Summer as some of her following hits also had a ballad-like intro before speeding up the tempo. Her other hits of this tempo format include On the Radio; No More Tears (Enough is Enough), a duet with Barbra Streisand; Dim All the Lights; and a song written by and duetted with Paul Jabara called Foggy Day/Never Lose Your Sense Of Humor, from his album The Third Album.

  • Donna Summer-Lucky-Giorgio Moroder Edit - 1979 from the BaD GirlS album

    4:41

    From the Great Bad Girls 1979 produced by Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte.
    This is one of my favourites songs of all time:-))) of course I have a few other thousand songs that are between my favourites;-)
    Donna sings this beautiful haunting Electro/Pop/Dance with her amazing falseto voice.
    Enjoy this great track:-)
    To BETO:-)

    Scared and lonely
    Going out for the night
    Shaking all over
    And wishing I'd never come here
    He pulled up in a cloud of smoke
    So much was said
    But nobody spoke a word
    So I took a chance
    And he followed me home
    I knew he wouldn't beg
    So I gave in without fighting
    Been so long since I've been this way
    Since I loved this way
    So I asked him if he would stay for a while

    Chorus
    Lucky comes easy
    Lucky's not shy
    And if you're lucky
    You'll go for a ride
    For a ride

    We talked a while
    And he told me his life
    We laughed and we cried and
    I knew that I could love him
    He got up to say good by
    I said where you going,
    He said that he must leave

    Chorus

    Lucky takes you out for a ride
    For a ride (twice)

  • Donna Summer and Giorgio Moroder Carry On

    3:41

    Rare footage of Donna Summer and Giorgio Moroder performing Carry On on german TV, 1992. From SandroCS Archives.

  • Donna Summer - Love To Love You Baby feat. Chris Cox

    4:21

    Legendary producer Giorgio Moroder entirely re-imagined Love to Love You Baby, the classic song he recorded with Donna, released in November of 1975, for the Remix Album Love To Love You Donna.

    Buy the new Remix on iTunes:

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    Official upload on Soundcloud:

  • Giorgio Moroder & Donna Summer Top of the Pops 1977

    6:05

    El sonido es bestial para 1977 y aún es alucinate y no ha cambiado tanto en 40 años , no?

  • DONNA SUMMER - GIORGIO MORODER - MEDLEY

    10:56

    DONNA SUMMER - GIORGIO MORODER - MEDLEY

  • Donna Summer Feat. Giorgio Moroder & Amor - On The Radio

    3:37

  • DONNA SUMMER AND GIORGIO MORODER MEGAMIX 1983

    15:00

    A disco megamix that I really love. :D

  • Giorgio Moroder & Donna Summer - Chase Express - New Medley Disco Remix

    24:16

    Giorgio Moroder & Donna Summer - Chase Express - New Medley Disco Remix (VP Dj Duck) No Video Profit - Thank You

  • GIORGIO MORODER on Daft Punk, Freddie Mercury and Donna Summer | Mixmag Originals

    2:51

    Pioneering disco producer Giorgio Moroder talks to Mixmag about his past encounters with Freddie Mercury, Donna Summer, David Bowie and Studio 54.

  • DONNA SUMMER x GIORGIO MORODER THE CHASE X I FEEL LOVE

    7:30

    NEWS: DS WEBSITE

  • Giorgio Moroder Donna Summer MacArthur Park London

    6:18

    Hammersmith Apollo 2nd April 2019

  • Donna Summer - I Feel Love

    8:15

    Another Disco anthem produced by Moroder. An original release by Casablanca Record and FilmWorks.

  • GIORGIO MORODER FT.DONNA SUMMER CARRY ON

    5:46

    A RARE classic from 'Donna Summer' 1992!!!

    Copyright: Fair Use
    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use. I do not try to make any kind of profit from this video, this is just a personal project for educational & commentary on the quality etc.

  • Donna Summer & Giorgio Moroder

    4:58

    Disco-Queen Donna Summer and Giorgio Moroder talk about the productions of 'Love To Love You Baby', 'I Feel Love' and 'Carry On'.

    UK TV-Show (1991)

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  • Donna Summer & Giorgio Moroder - I Feel Love VP Dj Duck

    19:48

    Donna Summer & Giorgio Moroder - I Feel Love (New Production Disco Remixed) VP Dj Duck - No Video Profit - No Copyright Profit - Thank You

  • Donna Summer & Giorgio Moroder-Dance Into My Life

    4:09

    Hard to believe there is only one remix of this Summer/Moroder master work form 1977's Once Upon A Time. No one ever mentions it when discussing Donna, or when making out the Top Ten Summer/Moroder Best Of lists. Help me, out, DS fans, who went to discos in 1977 and 78, was this a club hit? It would impossible that this song got no recognition...It is almost with the talking synthesizer, like a groovy funky version of Last Dance, and one of the early chances of Donna showing off her incredible pipes and superb songwriting. These 2 were magic together.

  • GIORGIO MORODER - Giorgio Moroder Medley Disco *Donna Summer, Three Degrees

    17:28

    From The LP Disco Circus 1983 - Program 2 WR 010 Wise (1983) Netherlands
    From The CD On The Groove Train Volume 2:1974 - 1985 REP 5280 (2013) UK
    Mixed By Blue Eyed DJ (Peter Hit House Slaghuis)

    [Tracklist]
    Midnight Express
    Sparks - Beat the clock
    Giorgio - I wanna rock you
    Giorgio - E=MC2
    Giorgio Moroder - Evolution
    Suzi Lane - Harmony
    Giorgio - E=MC2
    Donna Summer - On the radio
    Donna Summer - Our love
    Three Degrees - Set me free
    Giorgio - From here to eternity
    Foxes (OST) - Valley of the dolls
    Dino Solera - Elisa '77
    Giorgio - From here to eternity
    Donna Summer - I feel love
    Giorgio - From here to etenity (Lost Angeles)
    Giorgio - From here to etenity (Utopia - me Giorgio)
    Giorgio - Baby blue
    Midnight Express (reprise)

  • Once Upon A Time - ACT II - Donna Summer + Giorgio Moroder

    17:18

    Giorgio Moroder creates the strange retro future electronica, Donna Summer provides her incomparable voice on the second Act from her Once Upon a Time concept album. Haunting melodies, cheesy themes yet it all comes together in Disco Heaven
    this upload is meant for educational purposes only and is on exposition for it's historic and artistic value of the music therein. I will gladly delete this video if so requested by the owner.

  • DONNA SUMMER & GIORGIO MORODER - Carry On 1997

    5:50

    Label: Interhit Records
    Format: Vinyl, 12
    Country: US
    Released: 1997
    Genre: Electronic
    Style: House, Hi NRG, Synth-pop, Euro House

  • Donna Summer- Dont Cry for Me Argentina

    4:23

    The remix appeared on the 1992 Anthology album. The original version was released four years later on the I'm a Rainbow album

  • Giorgio Moroder & Donna Summer- With Your Love-Instrumental Version

    4:10

    Donna is not on this version of the track, but I figured I would list her since her fans may want to hear this. It's pretty good

  • DONNA SUMMER - GIORGIO MORODER - I FEEL LOVE - THE CHASE

    7:30

    one of the best remixes ever!!! Recorded in 1996.

  • Donna Summer and Giorgio Moroder - Carry On

    6:30

    Donna Summer & Giorgio Moroder ‎-- Carry On
    Label: Almighty Records -- 12ALMY120PROMO1
    Format: Vinyl, 12, Promo
    Country: UK
    Released: 1998
    Genre: Electronic
    Style: House, Euro House

  • Giorgio Moroder feat Donna Summer - Carry On

    5:36

    No copyright infringement intended.
    For promotional and entertainment purposes only.
    1992 Virgin Records.

  • Giorgio Moroder tantra Donna Summer E=mc2

    11:00

  • Giorgio Moroder DJs Donna Summers Love to Love You Baby

    44

    I do not own the copyright to the music.

    This is live footage of Giorgio Moroder's first DJ set in the States which took place May 20th at the Output in Brooklyn, NY.

    Read my article here:

  • GIORGIO MORODER Vs. DONNA SUMMER - Lucky & I feel love MASHUP!

    7:39


    D.J.JEEP Licence: UMG All rights belong to the original artist! Videomix is for promotional purposes only!
    DISCLAIMER: All music and images belong to their rightful owners.
    The credit is theirs alone. Absolutely no copyright infringement intended.

  • Donna Summer - Love to love you baby

    4:21

    Love To Love You Baby, Donna's first big hit from 1975. Remixed by Moroder himself with Chris Cox, it's a great start for this project. Moroder and Cox update Love To Love You Baby with current beats and it sounds fresh.

  • Once Upon A Time - ACT IV - Donna Summer + Giorgio Moroder

    13:31

    Act IV from Once Upon A Time, Donna Summer's disco concept album. Giorgio Moroder signs the funky, cheesy, retro futuristic music
    this upload is meant for educational purposes only and is on exposition for it's historic and artistic value of the music therein. I will gladly delete this video if so requested by the owner.

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