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Donna Summer

Frogtoon Music - Artist Biography For Donna Summer

Donna Summer (born 31 December 1948, died 17 May 2012) was one of seven children raised by devout Christian parents. She sang in church, and in her teens joined a funk group called The Crow, so named because Donna was the only black member of the group. At eighteen, Gaines left home and school to audition for a role in the cast of the Broadway musical, Hair (1968). Unsuccessful in getting the part in the Broadway show (Melba Moore got the role), she was offered the European Tour when the show moved to Germany

Artist Tags For Donna Summer

1) Disco 2) Pop 3) 70s 4) Dance 5) Female Vocalists

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Frogtoon Music - Top Tracks For Donna Summer

1) Hot Stuff 2) I Feel Love 3) Bad Girls 4) She Works Hard for the Money 5) Love to Love You Baby 6) On the Radio 7) Last Dance 8) I Feel Love - 12" Version 9) Hot Stuff - 12" Version 10) This Time I Know It's for Real 11) MacArthur Park 12) Dim All the Lights 13) State of Independence 14) Winter Melody 15) Last Dance - Single Version 16) Could It Be Magic 17) Heaven Knows 18) Hot Stuff - Single Version 19) Love's Unkind 20) I Love You 21) Spring Affair 22) MacArthur Park - Single Version 23) Sunset People 24) Love Is in Control (Finger on the Trigger) 25) No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) 26) I Feel Love - Edit 27) Our Love 28) Romeo 29) Stamp Your Feet 30) The Wanderer 31) I Remember Yesterday 32) I Don't Wanna Get Hurt 33) Walk Away 34) Try Me, I Know We Can Make It 35) Bad Girls - 12" Version 36) Bad Girls (Gigamesh Remix) 37) Lucky 38) Unconditional Love 39) Love Will Always Find You 40) Love To Love You Baby - Single Edit 41) Upside Down 42) Rumour Has It 43) Dinner with Gershwin 44) One Night in a Lifetime 45) La Vie En Rose 46) Can't Get to Sleep at Night 47) Journey to the Center of Your Heart 48) Full of Emptiness 49) I Will Survive 50) There Will Always Be a You

Frogtoon Music - 50 Top Albums For Donna Summer

1) Bad Girls 2) On the Radio (Greatest Hits) 3) The Dance Collection 4) Endless Summer 5) The Journey: The Very Best of Donna Summer 6) Bad Girls [Deluxe Edition (US Version)] 7) I Remember Yesterday 8) Walk Away - Collector's Edition The Best Of 1977-1980 9) Bad Girls (Deluxe Edition) 10) On the Radio: Greatest Hits Volumes I & II 11) She Works Hard for the Money 12) The Donna Summer Anthology 13) Love to Love You Baby 14) Donna Summer: Gold 15) Four Seasons of Love 16) Crayons 17) VH1 Presents Live & More Encore! 18) Donna Summer 19) Summer: The Original Hits 20) (null) 21) The Rolling Stone Magazines 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time 22) Love to Love You Donna 23) Another Place and Time 24) Music for Seventies 25) A Love Trilogy 26) Another Time And Place 27) Greatest Hits: Donna Summer 28) Endless Summer (Donna Summer's Greatest Hits) 29) Essential Christmas 30) Once Upon a Time 31) The Best of Donna Summer 32) Live and More 33) Shout It Out 34) Greatest Hits 35) I Feel Love: The Collection 36) Endless Summer - Donna Summer's Greatest Hits 37) On the Radio 38) Christmas Spirit 39) Four Seasons Of Love (Reissue) 40) The Get Down: Original Soundtrack From The Netflix Original Series (Deluxe Version) 41) Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time 42) Gold 43) The Wanderer 44) I'm a Rainbow 45) American Hustle (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) 46) The Journey - The Very Best of Donna Summer 47) Top 100 Pop Love Songs 48) I Feel Love 49) The Pitchfork 500 50) The Journey: The Very Best Of Donna Summer (International Version)

Frogtoon Music - Album information for Another Place and Time

Another Place and Time is an album by American singer Donna Summer, released in 1989. Originally a huge star during the disco era in the 1970s, Summer had experimented with different styles of music during the 1980s and had released several albums with Geffen Records with varied results. She left Geffen after the release of her 1987 album All Systems Go, following a turbulent eight years during which time the label had refused to release much of her material.

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