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Any chance we could have more information on this album, i have never heard of it, when was it recorded, things like this might be helpful, you thinks!!!

A Hot Summer Night With Donna 1983

To respond to the previous reviewer, this is the audio from the 1983 'A Hot Summer Night With Donna' concert. Donna's in fine vocal form here, supporting her 1982 and 1983 albums, "Donna Summer" and "She Works Hard For The Money". There's even a cut from her then-upcoming 1984 album, "Cats Without Claws".

The born-again Donna represented at this concert largely tackles her post-disco catalogue, with the entire "Bad Girls" album merely represented by a brisk medley. Other highlights include "Romeo" from the 1983 Flashdance soundtrack and her version of "Don't Cry For Me Argentina", both cuts from her rejected "I'm a Rainbow" album that was not to be officially released in full until 1996.

There's also plenty of engaging on-stage chatter, with Donna exhibiting her usual sense of humour. Donna's well-covered for live albums, but this one nicely fills the gap between her 1978 "Live and More" and 1999 "Live and More: Encore!" releases.


Born: 31 December 1948 in Boston, MA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Donna Summer's title as the "Queen of Disco" wasn't mere hype. Like many of her contemporaries, she was a talented vocalist trained as a powerful gospel belter, but she set herself apart with her songwriting ability, magnetic stage presence, and shrewd choice of studio collaborators, all of which resulted in sustained success. During the '70s alone, she topped the Billboard club chart 11 times with high-quality, often-high concept material that included the rapturous "Love to Love You Baby," the...
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