Donna Summer the queen of disco – Part 2
This article is a continuation of ‘Donna Summer the queen of disco – Part 1.’
In the U.S., the Casablanca label heard it and the issue went beyond all expectations. We therefore intend to record a version of almost 17 ??minutes under the name of "Love To Love You Baby." Summer signed a contract with them, and single releases later
this year in USA, occupying the number 2 on the Billboard chart. Same appears on the market an album with that name, achieving a gold record.
In 1976 born the album "A Love Trilogy". That same year he recorded "Four Seasons of Love", an album that found the highly successful "Spring Affair". A year later, introduced the LP "I Remember Yesterday", a material that blends disco sound with other genres
like R & B ballads with the song "I Feel Love" and the techno / dance with the song "Can not We Just Sit Down (And Talk It Over)."
In 1997 there was a new production, "Once Upon a Time "considered by many fans as one of his best work. Summer enters the world of acting in 1978, thanks to the movie "Thank God It's Friday" and integrates the soundtrack of the same with the single "Last
Dance", the which managed to enter the Billboard charts, reaching the third position.
All this success has resulted that he be given his first Grammy Award. That same year he released his fifth under the name of "Live and More". This is a double disc compilation, which also contained new material. In 1979 relaunch another double album, this
time called "Bad Girls".
This album managed to place three songs in the Top 10 American ("Hot Stuff", "Bad Girls" and "Dim All the Lights"). The song "Hot Stuff" Donna Summer earned his second Grammy for Best Rock Vocal Artist. Also, the LP "Bad Girls" became their second to reach
number one on the preference lists, becoming their biggest selling album (7 million copies worldwide). In the early eighties, record company Geffen offered to sign a very lucrative contract for their upcoming productions.