Daft Punk – Giorgio by Moroder

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SoundCloud: Daft Punk – Giorgio by Moroder

Draft Punk is back with another new joint called Giorgio by Moroder. This track is off the group album Random Access Memories is due out in stores and Itunes on May 21st.

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  1. 21 May 13, 10:20pm

    [...] Giorgio Moroder in Red Bull Music Academy Series Electronic dance music lives in a future that Mr. Moroder and his collaborator Pete Bellotte devised when they produced the Donna Summer song “I Feel Love,” released in 1977. Earlier disco had been played by studio bands, but “I Feel Love” was, like countless club singles in its wake, an all-electronic production — a breakthrough. Late in Monday’s set Mr. Moroder — who was born in Italy but established himself in Munich — spoke briefly about his career. He explained that “I Feel Love” was the “future” segment of a concept album, “I Remember Yesterday,” that placed Summer’s voice in various historical eras. “The only instrument that I could use to create the sound of the future was the synthesizer,” he said, and as it turned out, he did. He’s still admired; he’s interviewed in a track on the new Daft Punk album, “Giorgio by Moroder.” [...]

  2. 21 May 13, 11:01pm

    [...] Electronic dance music lives in a future that Mr. Moroder and his collaborator Pete Bellotte devised when they produced the Donna Summer song “I Feel Love,” released in 1977. Earlier disco had been played by studio bands, but “I Feel Love” was, like countless club singles in its wake, an all-electronic production — a breakthrough. Late in Monday’s set Mr. Moroder — who was born in Italy but established himself in Munich — spoke briefly about his career. He explained that “I Feel Love” was the “future” segment of a concept album, “I Remember Yesterday,” that placed Summer’s voice in various historical eras. “The only instrument that I could use to create the sound of the future was the synthesizer,” he said, and as it turned out, he did. He’s still admired; he’s interviewed in a track on the new Daft Punk album, “Giorgio by Moroder.” [...]

  3. 22 May 13, 4:57am

    [...] Electronic dance music lives in a future that Mr. Moroder and his collaborator Pete Bellotte devised when they produced the Donna Summer song “I Feel Love,” released in 1977. Earlier disco had been played by studio bands, but “I Feel Love” was, like countless club singles in its wake, an all-electronic production — a breakthrough. Late in Monday’s set Mr. Moroder — who was born in Italy but established himself in Munich — spoke briefly about his career. He explained that “I Feel Love” was the “future” segment of a concept album, “I Remember Yesterday,” that placed Summer’s voice in various historical eras. “The only instrument that I could use to create the sound of the future was the synthesizer,” he said, and as it turned out, he did. He’s still admired; he’s interviewed in a track on the new Daft Punk album, “Giorgio by Moroder.” [...]

  4. 22 May 13, 1:42pm

    [...] Electronic dance strain lives in a destiny that Mr. Moroder and his co-operator Pete Bellotte devised when they constructed a Donna Summer strain “I Feel Love,” expelled in 1977. Earlier disco had been played by studio bands, though “I Feel Love” was, like large bar singles in a wake, an all-electronic prolongation — a breakthrough. Late in Monday’s set Mr. Moroder — who was innate in Italy though determined himself in Munich — spoke quickly about his career. He explained that “I Feel Love” was a “future” shred of a judgment album, “I Remember Yesterday,” that placed Summer’s voice in several chronological eras. “The usually instrument that we could use to emanate a sound of a destiny was a synthesizer,” he said, and as it incited out, he did. He’s still admired; he’s interviewed in a lane on a new Daft Punk album, “Giorgio by Moroder.” [...]

  5. 22 May 13, 4:40pm

    [...] Electronic dance music lives in a future that Mr. Moroder and his collaborator Pete Bellotte devised when they produced the Donna Summer song “I Feel Love,” released in 1977. Earlier disco had been played by studio bands, but “I Feel Love” was, like countless club singles in its wake, an all-electronic production — a breakthrough. Late in Monday’s set Mr. Moroder — who was born in Italy but established himself in Munich — spoke briefly about his career. He explained that “I Feel Love” was the “future” segment of a concept album, “I Remember Yesterday,” that placed Summer’s voice in various historical eras. “The only instrument that I could use to create the sound of the future was the synthesizer,” he said, and as it turned out, he did. He’s still admired; he’s interviewed in a track on the new Daft Punk album, “Giorgio by Moroder.” [...]

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