Giorgio Moroder

Giorgio Moroder

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Giovanni Giorgio Moroder
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Italian musician, complete in every aspect (Ortisei, Trentino-Alto Adige, April 26, 1940). Composer, arranger, producer, performer and DJ. Winner of 3 Academy Awards, 3 Grammy Awards, 3 Golden Globes, USA, is considered one of the most innovative and influential musicians in electronic and disco music. Founder of Musicland Studios, in the 70s invented the Munich Sound (often confused with Italo-Disco which will arrive later) and created the first icons with Donna Summer and Roberta Kelly. Today is back to DJing for passion ..
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Giorgio Moroder Discography

Albums

Giorgio* That's Bubble Gum - That's Giorgio (Album) Hansa Germany 1969 Sell This Version
Giorgio* Son Of My Father (Album) Hansa Spain 1972 Sell This Version
6303 102 Giorgio* Giorgio's Music(LP, Album) Philips 6303 102 Germany 1973 Sell This Version
Giorgio* Knights In White Satin (Album) Oasis Spain 1976 Sell This Version
Giorgio Moroder And Pete Bellotte Present Roberta Kelly Giorgio Moroder And Pete Bellotte Present Roberta Kelly - Zodiac Lady (Album) Oasis Scandinavia 1977 Sell This Version
Giorgio* From Here To Eternity (Album) Casablanca Brazil 1977 Sell This Version
Giorgio Moroder Music From "Battlestar Galactica" And Other Original Compositions (Album) Casablanca Italy 1978 Sell This Version
Giorgio Moroder Midnight Express (Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Album) Casablanca UK 1978 Sell This Version
Giorgio* & Chris* Giorgio* & Chris* - Love's In You, Love's In Me (Album) Oasis Greece 1978 Sell This Version
Giorgio* E=MC² (Album) Casablanca US 1979 Sell This Version
Giorgio Moroder American Gigolo (Original Soundtrack Recording) (Album) Polydor Austria 1980 Sell This Version
Giorgio Moroder Cat People (Original Soundtrack) (Album) MCA Records, Backstreet Records Scandinavia 1982 Sell This Version
Giorgio Moroder Featuring Joe Esposito Giorgio Moroder Featuring Joe Esposito - Solitary Men (Album) CGD, Oasis Netherlands 1983 Sell This Version
Giorgio Moroder / Klaus Doldinger Giorgio Moroder / Klaus Doldinger - The NeverEnding Story (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Album) EMI America South Africa 1984 Sell This Version
Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder - Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder (Album) A&M Records Spain 1985 Sell This Version
Giorgio Moroder Innovisions (Album, Comp) Oasis, Oasis Germany 1985 Sell This Version
Various, Giorgio Moroder Various, Giorgio Moroder - Mamba (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Album) Ariola Germany 1988 Sell This Version
25・8P-5095 Various, Giorgio Moroder Various, Giorgio Moroder - Another Way (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)(CD, Album) Epic/Sony 25・8P-5095 Japan 1988 Sell This Version
Giorgio Moroder / Robert Folk Giorgio Moroder / Robert Folk - The Neverending Story II (The Next Chapter) (Album) WEA Germany 1990 Sell This Version
Giorgio Moroder Forever Dancing (Album) Virgin Europe 1992 Sell This Version
Giorgio Moroder Déjà Vu (Album) RCA 2015 Sell This Version
Giorgio Moroder And Raney Shockne Giorgio Moroder And Raney Shockne - Tron Run/r (Original Soundtrack) (Album) Sumthing Else Music Works US 2016

Singles & EPs

YF 27806 Giorgio* Cerca (Di Scordare)(7", Single) Fontana YF 27806 Netherlands 1965 Sell This Version
Giorgio* Bla Bla Diddly / How Much Longer Must I Wait, Wait (Single) Disc'Az France 1966 Sell This Version
Giorgio* Bla Bla Diddly / Stop (EP) Disc'Az France 1966 Sell This Version

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jeff.missinne.5

jeff.missinne.5

July 24, 2014
For what it's worth, he also wrote a goofy vocalese novelty called "Doo-Bee-Doo-Bee-Doo," which Benny Hill got hold of, had his arranger Ronnie Aldrich cook up an instrumental version, and it became standard background music for his comedy sketches. You'll recognize it the moment you hear it.
DiscoBillyC

DiscoBillyC

July 19, 2014
Mr. Moroder is a pioneer and a legend....He has little street creed due to his disco past, which is ridiculous and unfortunate...he belongs in the Hall Of Fame...3 of his biggest 'disco' hits rocked (Bad Girls, Hot Stuff, Call Me)....oh, and he basically created Electronic music (precursor to today's EDM) with I Feel Love....Won 4 Grammies + 3 Oscars...Donna Summer won 3 Grammies with 9 total nominations under his production....Daft Punk dragged him out of 'retirement' and now he is touring the DJ circuit in his 70s.....Bravo Giorgio!
Lopik

Lopik

September 25, 2009
You can hardly find someone like Giorgio. He did not produce just I Feel Love, The Chase and E=MC2 album, as it may look from perspective of electronic dance music hardcore fan. Besides of these gems he made tons of crappy stuff, but also many of timeless pop classics like You Take My Breath Away, What a Feeling, Love Kills with Freddie Mercury or theme song from Neverending Story and many more than average songs and sountracks.
This man has got at home three Oscars for his work on Top Gun, Flashdance and Midnight Express, three Grammys and four Golden Globes. I believe you can't be more wrong than speaking about one-hit-wonder or low production skills with Giorgio Moroder together.
Crijevo

Crijevo

March 10, 2004
Well, Giorgio did his one-hit-wonder-thing in the wake of Kraftwerk with Donna Summer's ever-after-classic 'I Feel Love', a song that proves any remixes or covers absolutely unecessary to the original, even by today's standards... BUT what else did he do to establish himeself as a leading producer of whatever his influence might suggest? A so called 'euro-disco' style of production made some neat potential into hermetically glam of early Japan of powered up Blondie with 'Call Me'... Most of other stuff out there however, shows Giorgio's responsibility for junk dance acts, countless throughout the 80s and 90s... 'I Feel Love' still makes it a fragile, direct, aggressive, irresistable pulse Moroder very hardly tried to collect on any later input - for this hit alone, we must greet him although his production skills aren't that particularly special. Rather sleazy and sometimes quite cheap. Take 'Flashdance' soundtrack for instance... I wonder what his version of Fritz Lang's 'Metropolis' sounds like?
phil6875

phil6875

January 18, 2004
This is the man responsible for maybe the most influential electronic track of the last 25 years, 'Donna Summer's' - 'I Feel Love'. This was his production all the way and was the blueprint for all subsequent Techno/Trance tracks.

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