Veit Marvos ‎– Nice To See You / Right On

Ariola ‎– 16 020 XT
Vinyl, 7", Single, 45 RPM, Promo


A Nice To See You 3:50
B Right On

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"Sonderauflage Für Hörfunk Und Fernsehen"
Released in a typical german swirled promo sleeve!

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  • Rights Society: GEMA


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October 24, 2014
This single was released to help promote the album, and came out in 1972, not 1975 as suggested here. Donna Summer worked with Marvos on various projects, including this one as well as albums by Krautrock group 'Emergency' and others. By 1974 Summer had found early (European) fame with her first records produced and written by Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte, and Marvos quickly cashed in on his recorded work with her a couple of years prior. An reworked 'Nice To See You' was released on 45 with a photo of his 'Red Point Orchestra' group on the sleeve, featuring Summer in the line up. Although she later always denied having anything to do with these recordings the facts are there. Receiving no royalty payments was the most likely the reason for her insistence that she had never worked with him, also during 1972 (and appearing in 'Godspell') she was using the pseudonym 'Gayn Pierre', to add further confusion. All vocals on the 1972 album 'Nice To See You' were by Gayn Pierre, though most were obscured and consciously distorted in order to let the moogs and early vocoders be more prominent at the time.