• Donna Summer - The Ultimate Collection CD (Crimson)
  • Donna Summer - The Ultimate Collection CD (Crimson)

Donna Summer – The Ultimate Collection CD (Crimson)

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1. I Feel Love 5:53
2. MacArthur Park 3:56
3. This Time I Know It’s For Real 3:36
4. Hot Stuff 3:49
5. Dinner With Gershwin (Edit) 4:10
6. I Remember Yesterday 4:46
7. Bad Girls 3:54
8. State Of Independence 4:24
9. She Works Hard For The Money 4:30
10. On The Radio 4:04
11. Last Dance 3:18
12. No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) with Barbra Streisand 4:47
13. Love’s Unkind 4:26
14. Love To Love You Baby 3:21
15. Down Deep Inside (Theme From ‘The Deep’) 4:23
16. I Love You 3:19
17. Love Is In Control (Finger On The Trigger) 3:42
18. I Don’t Wanna Get Hurt (7″ Remix) 3:32
19. Love’s About To Change My Heart (PWL 7″ Mix) 3:45

Weight 120 g

The Ultimate Collection


Donna Summer




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Donna Summer gained prominence during the disco era of music, rightly earning the title “The Queen of Disco” and becoming one of the most successful recording artists of the 1970s and all-time best-selling female Artists. She was the first artist to have three consecutive Double Albums hit No. 1 on the US Billboard charts and also became the first female artist to have four No. 1 singles in a thirteen-month period.

Donna’s catalogue has sold more than 130 million units worldwide and her music is still relevant today, 40 years after her debut international hit reached #4 in the UK Singles Chart.

This new collection features the International hits that propelled Donna’s popularity through the decades, whilst working on her classic albums with legendary producers Giorgio Moroder, Pete Bellotte, Harold Faltermeyer, John Barry, Quincy Jones, Richard Perry, Stock Aitken Waterman, Michael Omartian and Keith Diamond. Donna Summer’s music continues to fill the radio airwaves, is used in movie soundtracks, as well as life-style TV commercials. The booklet includes an Appreciation by long-term collaborators and producers, Pete Bellotte and Harold Faltermeyer.

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