Donna Summer was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and she was only 19 when she flew to Munich, Germany, to appear in the German production of the controversial musical, Hair. Donna went on to appear in several other stage shows, including Porgy And Bess and Godspell, before she sang a few songs for a producer who was looking for new voices: Giorgio Moroder. However, it wasn't until early 1975 that Donna came up with the one line that would change her life: 'I'd love to love you.' Moroder immediately had Donna cut what she thought was a three minute demo of Love To Love You, which he took to the MIDEM music festival. Here he met Neil Bogart, founder and owner of Casablanca Records, who liked the demo so much he took it home with him and played it at a party - over and over again, such was the demand. After sitting on the demo for a while, Bogart contacted Moroder - and asked for an extended, twenty minute version of the song. And Bogart insisted the only person who could sing the song was whoever had sung the demo. So Love To Love You Baby was born - and Donna was on her way to becoming an international superstar. This is the story of Donna and her music...
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Descripción New Generation Publishing, 2011. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110755206657
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Descripción New Generation Publishing, 2011. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0755206657