Giorgio Moroder (Giorgio) ‎– From Here To Eternity (1977, Full LP)

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Giorgio Moroder (Giorgio) ‎-- From Here To Eternity (1977, Full LP)

Giorgio* ‎– From Here To Eternity Label: Oasis ‎– 25 087 OT Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: Germany Released: 1977 Genre: Electronic …
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  1. Paynomindtous   On   March 20, 2015 at 10:14 am

    I JUST KEEP ON ASKING WHO THE FUCK DAFT PUNK ARE. I’M HERE BECAUSE OF MY
    FATHER, WHO USED TO LISTEN TO THIS SINCE I (HE) WAS A KID. THEN I STARTED
    BEING HERE FOR DERRICK MAY. THUMBDOWN ME, THIS IS MY VIDEO.
    CAPSLOCKCAPSLOCKCAPSLOCK

  2. Joshua Ortega   On   March 20, 2015 at 10:42 am

    People will argue over anything on Youtube. Just listen to the fucking
    music. If I said I prefer to wipe my ass with paper towels instead of
    toilet paper Im sure someone would have a fuckin problem with it smh.

  3. Christian Noli   On   March 20, 2015 at 10:51 am

    Please people stop and listen to this music… Then think this: This guy
    made this fucking AWESOME ELECTRONIC MUSIC in the 70’s!! It’s like to make
    real rock and roll in 1940! This musician is a GENIUS PERIOD. (very ahead
    of its time)

  4. mm 12   On   March 20, 2015 at 11:34 am

    Holy fucking shit! This is from 1977 people and almost 40 years later
    sounds like today’s music….this is amazing it puts me in a trance born in
    1984 and wow just fucking wow!!! this is new music for me!

  5. JimmyMimpson   On   March 20, 2015 at 12:05 pm

    Can’t we all just like Moroder and Daft Punk? They’re both awesome, they
    like each other, they’re in similar styles, so there’s really no reason
    other than elitism to be all “STUPID DAFT PUNK BABBIES, YOU’RE NOT EVEN A
    REAL GUY BECAUSE YOU DIDN’T DISCOVER GIORGIO BY YOURSELF” like a bunch of
    crotchety old fuddy-duddies. I found Giorgio before DP, but I’m glad DP is
    giving this guy more publicity, especially since they did it through a song
    that is both a stylistic shout-out to him and a respectful and loving
    tribute to his legacy.

  6. Adimaejoon   On   March 20, 2015 at 12:24 pm

    OHHHHHH MANNNNNN. I was dancing to that in the disco club in Berlin
    Germany. Brings back good old memories. That was the hottest music back
    then. Oh oh, not to forget after that: Donna Summer: I FEEL LOVE. I
    LOOOOOVED IT. That was the BOOOMB in Germany.

  7. Maurizio Benin   On   March 20, 2015 at 1:00 pm

    Cari ricordi di gioventù, oramai andata, ma il cuore è ancora giovane
    l’animo è una neonata e stanotte sul lavoro quando l’ho messa il mio corpo
    ha iniziato a ballare come quando a quell’epoca ogni domenica facevamo una
    festa ci si riuniva luci psichedeliche artigianali lampadari con luci
    colorate di toni molto soft l’hi-fi a palla…

  8. Vlad Masters   On   March 20, 2015 at 1:34 pm

    Sincerely, i didn’t know Giorgio before Daft Punk (i’m only 18 years old)
    but now i can say Daft Punk is nothing compared with Giorgio Moroder…

  9. Brad K   On   March 20, 2015 at 2:48 pm

    Why dis Daft Punk just for drawing on an influence? If you think about it
    for a split second, you’ll realise that in the modern musical climate when
    Random Access Memories was released, going back to disco was about the most
    ‘punk’ thing anyone could’ve done. Just love the listening experience,
    ballbaaaaaags!!!!

  10. milind deshpande   On   March 20, 2015 at 4:40 pm

    LISTENING TO THIS ALBUM SINCE MY SCHOOLDAYS …. SINCE 1977 GIORGIO
    THE BEST !!!!

  11. fullblastman   On   March 20, 2015 at 6:31 pm

    What’s up with all the animosity? Everyone has an idol and usually their
    idol affects the music they make. Moroder was ahead of his time in many
    ways. I was around then and he was really not what I would call mainstream!
    But electronica was new and many main stream artists appreciated Moroder
    and other artists like him and incorporated many of the effects Moroder was
    using with synths of the time…..like voice box and electronic time
    beat…but he wasn’t the only one and perhaps not as famous as some
    others…..he sure had an effect on disco of the time and has maintained to
    a certain extent to remain relevant in the club beat scene. Now a new
    generation can appreciate him! Everything old is new!

  12. Martine Lachance   On   March 20, 2015 at 7:06 pm

    My daughter had Random access memories for Christmas and discovered Giorgio
    at the same time. It was a delight to listen to it again. I was only 5
    years old when it was a hit! I remember that I felt something really new in
    that sound. I’m a real fan of electronic music since then! Now I love a
    “harder” sound (Funker Vogt, Skinny Puppy, Reaver, VNV nation, etc.) but
    this one will always make me feel “free”. :)

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