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8 thoughts on “ American Dream - Giorgio Moroder - Innovisions (CD, Album)

  1. Mar 20,  · But the sound of this cd is the best I have this Carrere cd now found for 1 euro in a fair:) the sound is better on this cd than to the Repertoire German re-release (they used some vinyls). I found another copy today again in a fait for 0,50 cts!/5(9).
  2. American Dream Featuring – Paul Engemann Written-By – Giorgio Moroder, Paul Engemann, Tom Whitlock: A4: Baby Blue Producer – Harold Faltermeyer Written-By – Giorgio Moroder, Keith Forsey: A5: From Here To Eternity Written-By – Giorgio Moroder /5(24).
  3. Single collaboration with Paul Engemann, ''American Dream'' was the first single taken from Giorgio's forthcoming, album ''Innovisions''. The track ''Too Hot To Touch'' is an extended instrumental remix, the original version can be found on the album ''Solitary Men'' - a /5(49).
  4. Jan 24,  · The original CD didn't have the extra track at the end (which is a master sourced version of Shannon's Eyes, from a Teldec CD compilation), or the artwork included in the booklet, but rather than paying silly money for an official CD, opt for this one, if audio is all you're bothered about/5(3).
  5. Jan 24,  · Regarding versions of this album, the original Oasis LP contains the intended running order. The French Carrere LP has an alternate track order with two remixes added. The later, French Carrere CD is a special edition release and has extra tracks, including the unaccredited, extended remix of ''A Love Affair'' and ''Nights In White Satin''/5(43).
  6. Album: Innovisions Songwriter: Giorgio Moroder Producer: Giorgio Moroder Label: Oasis / Carrere Release Date: A1. Night Time Is The Right Time (feat. Edie Marlena) () A2. My Girl (feat. Joe Esposito) () A3. American Dream (feat. Paul Engemann) () A4. Baby Blue () ( Remix) A5. From Here To Eternity ( Brian Reeves.
  7. The discography of Giorgio Moroder includes thirteen studio albums and ten soundtracks, as well as numerous production credits. When in Munich in the s, he started his own record label called Oasis Records, which several years later became a subdivision of Casablanca produced huge hits for Donna Summer during the lates disco era, including "Bad Girls", "Last Dance", "Love.

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