Donna Summer, "I Feel Love"
KOSMO's VINYL of the Week:
This week we are in Musicland Studios, Munich, in late 1976 for Donna Summer's "I Feel Love", produced by Giorgio Moroder and first released on her "I Remember Yesterday" LP in 1977 on Casablanca...
"I'm not sure when in the 1970s, one could say that Disco Music had arrived, but in my mind it seems that it was around the same time that what became Punk Rock emerged. A part of the soundtrack of my own experience of those times was this record, blaring from radios and jukeboxes in pubs. It somehow transcended the banality of most Disco hits.
Italian producer Giorgio Moroder made "I Feel Love" as the part of a concept album that would represent the futuristic - the only 2 human things on it being Keith Forsey's overdubbed kick drum and Donna Summer's voice, which was supposedly recorded in one take." - KV
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