We Remember Donna Summer. ‘Loved To Love You Donna’

This day (May 17, 2012), in Naples, Florida, died LaDonna Adrian Gaines a.k.a Donna Summer, an American singer and disco-diva

DIGEST

Digest Tracklist :

Last Dance (1978) . W/ Seal – Unbreak My Heart / Crazy (2010) . MacArthur Park (2005) . She Works Hard For The Money (1999) . Supernatural Love (1984) . I Feel Love (1977) . Love to Love You Baby (1977) . Love To Baby (1976) .

TOP 10

Donna Summer Top 10 :

Hot Stuff . I Feel Love . Bad Girls . She Works Hard For The Money . On The Radio . Love To Love You Baby . Last Dance . Winter Melody . MacArthur Park . This Time I Know It’s For Real .

SELECTED ALBUMS

Released on October 11, 1976, Four Seasons of Love is the fourth (and a concept) album by Donna Summer. >>

I Remember Yesterday by Donna Summer is her fifth album released on May 13, 1977. >>

Released on March 18, 1976, A Love Trilogy is the third album by Donna Summer. >>

Released on August 27, 1975, Love to Love You Baby is the second (and her first to be released internationally) album by Donna Summer. >>

She Works Hard for the Money by Donna Summer is her eleventh studio album released on May 10, 1983. >>

Bad Girls by Donna Summer is her seventh (and her best selling) studio album released on April 25, 1979. >>

Released on October 20, 1980, The Wanderer is the eight studio album by Donna Summer. >>

MORE VIDEOS

[1976] on BBC Top Of The Pops, Donna Summer sings her latest single, an edited version of the 6 minutes soul ballad featured on her Four Seasons of Love album. >> 3 MINUTES on RVM >>

[2009] in Oslo, Norway, the Nobel Peace Prize Concert will honour Barack Obama, this year laureate. Among the artist Donna Summer. >> 19 MINUTES on RVM >>

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Wikipedia : This day (May 17, 2012), in Naples, Florida, died LaDonna Adrian Gaines a.k.a Donna Summer, an American singer and disco-diva

Official Site :

@allmusic : Of major importance in setting Summer apart were her songwriting abilities and her choice of talented collaborators in producers/songwriters Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte, which resulted in a steady supply of high-quality (and, often, high-concept) material.

Donna Summer @last.fm : In the summer of 1975, Summer approached Moroder and Bellotte with an idea for a song. She had come up with the lyric “Love to love you, baby” as the possible title for the song. Moroder was interested in developing the new disco sound that was becoming increasingly popular, and used Summer’s lyric to develop the song into a disco track.

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