Donna Summer - Another Place And Time (CD, Album) download full album zip cd mp3 vinyl flac
Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Reflection TGIF. Track Listing. I Don't Wanna Get Hurt. All Systems Go. Bad Reputation.
Love Shock. Only the Fool Survives. Dinner With Gershwin. Brenda Russell. Voices Cryin' Out. Thinkin' Album) My Baby.
Tearin' Down the Walls. All Systems Go [Edit]. All Systems Go [Extended Remix]. Dinner With Gershwin [Edit]. Dinner With Gershwin [Extended Version]. Only the Fool Survives [Edit]. Track Listing - Disc 5. I Don't Wanna Get Hurt. When Love Takes Over You. The Only One. In Another Place and Time. Whatever Your Heart Desires. Love's About to Change My Heart. Track Listing - Disc 6. Breakaway [Power Radio Mix].
Breakaway [Extended Power Mix]. Breakaway [Remix] [Full Version]. Breakaway [Remix] [Edit]. Breakaway [Instrumental Remix] [Edit]. Track Listing - Disc 7. Track Listing - Disc 8. Get Ethnic. Body Talk. Work That Magic. When Love Cries. Heaven's Just a Whisper Away. Cry of a Waking Heart. Friends Unknown. Fred Astaire. Say a Little Prayer. Mistaken Identity. What is It You Want. Let There Be Peace. Track Listing - Disc 9. I Believe In You. However, Donna still had an international distribution deal, so Another Place And Time came out in Europe and was a big success.
Soon after, import albums turned up here in the US where they were snapped up by hungry fans. So with an Donna Summer - Another Place And Time (CD hit on her hands, Donna had to scramble to find a new label that could get Another Place And Album) out in the US as quickly as possible.
That label turned out to be Atlantic Records, and while they did get the album out fairly quickly, many import copies had Album) been sold which may have cut into the success of the US release. Over the years, fans have speculated about how much more successful the album could have been if there hadn't been the delayed US release. That's a question we'll never be able to answer for sure, but one thing is certain: many younger fans discovered Donna because of this album, and to this day many claim it as one of their favorites.
I didn't really know who they were at the time, and then I heard Rick Astley, who was great, and I loved his production. So we met up in London and we hit it off immediately.
But they have a good sense of who I am, they have a good sense of the market, they know what my career has been, and so I feel very secure with them. They work, they're not playing, they really mean business, so I have to take my hat off to them. They're very very creative and very on the case. They have Motown Records as their model, only with some better ethics, perhaps, for the artists.
Anyone that wants to be on their record label or to be produced by them has to go in as a helper in the office so that they get to see what it takes to be a star, and that it isn't all themselves and all their own ego and that it takes a lot of people working towards one dream.
You've been there. Are they as eccentric as they've been made out to be or are these stories untrue? At least with the kids that they're working with and the artists they've brought up from nowherethough they didn't with me. But, seriously, at the same time they encourage these kids' own talent.
I mean, Rick Astley did write four of the songs on his own album and is a very talented guy in his own right… much more talented than people have any clue about…. Basically it was very easy to write and work with them.
I have never been with any group of producers who work as hard as these people do, Album). I noticed that aside from their work in the hard rock category, they didn't really have much success in other areas. I felt betrayed about the whole situation, especially since I wanted to leave several years ago and they made me wait out my contract. It seemed no matter what I did musically, they couldn't get behind what I was doing…even Dinner With Gershwin.
On signing with Atlantic: Everyone was bidding on it. I had a call from every single major label in the United States. Basically, it was a problem of logistics.
Uno Su Mille - Gianni Morandi - Uno Su Mille (Vinyl, LP, Album), Malcesine - Dominik Plangger - Gestern noch (CD), Purple Haze - Jimi Hendrix - Purple Haze (Cassette), Maybe Its The Way - Ce Ce Peniston - Thought Ya Knew (Cassette, Album), The Future Belongs To Us - Audio Bullys - Higher Than The Eiffel (CD, Album), 14-20 - Safety Scissors Vs. Kit Clayton - The Ping Pong EP (CD), Soft Hands - Renard (3) - Silence (File, Album), The Blacksmith - Trapezoid - Now & Then (CD, Album), A と Z - Asian Kung-Fu Generation - ランドマーク (CD, Album), Underpressure - Liquid G. - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (CDr, Album)
Published in Classic Rock