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White Boys (From Hair) (1968) - Donna Summer - In Germany - The Early Years (1968-1975)

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  1. Vudom says:
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  3. Yorisar says:
    Born LaDonna Adrian Gaines in Boston, Summer gained early experience singing in church choirs, school musicals, R&B cover bands and a psychedelic Rock combo, before joining a company of the Rock musical Hair based in Munich, Germany. She spent several years in Germany and Austria, acting in stage musicals, and released her first recordings.
  4. Megar says:
    Early 's • term to describe a family of rock-related, punk inspired styles that began in the early 80s and continues today; punk + new wave; grassroots movement to restore integrity and importance of rock • elements: fast tempos, busy rhythms, loud sound levels • artists: Husker Du, R.E.M, The Byrds, Nirvana.
  5. Kajira says:
    Nov 15,  · In early , Donna Summer had left Casablanca Records, after ten years of releasing a string of awesome albums, where she then signed a deal with Mercury Records, but the deal with Mercury Records was short-lived, for after releasing the album I'll be talking about momentarily, she left Mercury Records and signed a short-lived deal with Geffen Records/5(3).
  6. Vibei says:
    – (Pre-Casablanca signing) Summer's first single, "Wassermann" was taken from the German cast recording of the musical Hair and released by Polydor Records. The next few singles were one-offs, released on different labels until she was signed to the Dutch label Groovy Records in ("The Hostage" being her first single for them).Other: 3.
  7. Dasho says:
    May 24,  · Donna Summer had been living in Germany for eight years and had earned some minor success on pop charts in Europe when she suggested the lyric, "Love to love you baby," to legendary disco producer Giorgio Moroder. At first, Donna Summer's recording was only intended as a demo.

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