Giorgio Moroder

Giorgio Moroder is an Italian award-winning producer whose synthesizer-driven music was influential to the 70s music scene. Key works include Donna Summer's "I Feel Love", "Together in Electric Dreams" (with Phil Oakey), "Call Me" (Blondie), various Sparks tracks in the late '70s/early '80s and his 2013 collaboration with Daft Punk.

He released his debut album, "That's Bubblegum - That's Giorgio" in 1969, followed by: "Giorgio" (1970), "Son of My Father" (1972), "Giorgio's Music" (1973), "Einzelgänger" (1975), "Knights in White Satin" (1976), "From Here to Eternity" (1977), "Love's in You, Love's in Me" (1978), "E=MC²" (1979), "Solitary Men" (1983), "Innovisions" (1985), "Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder" (1985), "To Be Number One" (1990), "Forever Dancing" (1992), plus 2015's: "Déjà Vu".

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