Label: Perfect Records - 338601 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: Belgium • Genre: Electronic, Funk / Soul • Style: Disco
This is a list of every recording Donna has ever made that I know of so fareither as a lead or as a backing vocalist. Album tracks with an asterisk were released as A or B side singles. All recordings are credited to Donna Summer unless otherwise noted. Only relevant tracks are listed on soundtracks, various artist recordings, and recordings credited to other artists. They Cant Take Away Our Music - Donna Summer - I Love To Dance , the record labels listed are for the American releases, unless otherwise noted.
Oftentimes an album was put out on a different Glimpse - Calexico - Spoke for release in other countries. Please note: these pages represent all the information I have. If there is no track listing for a particular album, then that means I don't know what tracks are on it.
Likewise, if songwriters or record labels, etc are missing then I don't have that information either. If you can fill in some of the gaps, feel free to email me! And don't forget to check out Amazon. Er hat nicht nur alle Alben mit ihren Songs aufgelistet, sondern auch alle Singles und die deutschen Hitparaden-Platzierungen.
Dazu gibt es noch die Photos der Cover. Originally most of us just assumed that these were demo tracks that Donna recorded while she was still in Germany. Well, that's not the case. Ruud from the Endless Summer board did a little research and this is what he came up with:. This was a group of singers of all nationalities like "The Les Humpries singers", who were very popular back then and had many top 10 hits like "Mexico", "To my Wild Horses - Rolling Stones* - 30 Greatest Hits house" and "Old time religion" Liz Mitchel - later the lead singer of BoneyM was a member of them.
As far as I know there are about 32 different releases of the same CD in 2 different versions, one "original" and one remixed The original albums is from or I'm not sure about that. Essay by Ruud - taken Tumbling Dice - Linda Ronstadt - Simple Dreams the Endless Summer forum.
As Ruud said, there are 2 different versions of this album - an original version and then a remixed version that was updated to make it a bit more palatable to the 80s listeners. There's no real way to know which version of the CD you are buying until it's playing in your CD player, but the remixed songs are longer than the originals. The track lists and running times are as follows:. This collection of tracks has been released so many times under so many different titles that it is very easy to find on and off line.
However, it's not really worth wasting your money on. But having said that, I know there are completists out there who will want to have it anyway. So my advice to you is to pay as little as Green Jeans - The Rapiers - Los Rapiers, and try to find a version with a halfway decent cover picture.
I've seen Shout It Out sell for a wide range of prices, but if you pay more than "bargain bin" prices for it, you are being ripped off. For some odd They Cant Take Away Our Music - Donna Summer - I Love To Dance it sometimes gets listed as a Donna Summer album. I finally was able to track down some information about it, and it is NOT Donna related in any way shape or form. So don't waste your money.
I'm very happy to announce a brand new section for the website. Not only does he list all the albums, with the tracks, he's got the singles and the German chart positions. He even threw in photos of the covers. And if that's not enough, he starts the whole thing off with a very nice overview of Donna's career - written in both German and English.
I don't know if the error is simply a mistake on the part of the vendor, or if the manufacturer actually put out copies of this CD with Donna's name on it. So buyer beware!! Ruud from the Endless Summer board did a little research and this is what he came up with: When Donna finished doing musicals in the early 70's she joint a group called "The Veith Marvos Red Point Orchestra". One more thing - there is a lot of information on the pages, so they may take time to load.
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