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Chronicles: Donna Summer (Box Set)

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Album Review

Packaged like a box set, this compilation from Mercury contains Love to Love You Baby, A Love Trilogy, and Four Seasons of Love — the three albums Donna Summer released during 1975 and 1976. Produced by Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte, they're patchy but not short on innovation, featuring the charting likes of "Love to Love You Baby," "Could It Be Magic," "Spring Affair," and "Winter Melody." While it's convenient to have these three albums rounded up and made available in one shot, the packaging is as cheap as it gets. The plastic rungs are flimsy and can't hold the discs, so the discs will slip out every time the set is handled. However, the individual booklets for each album are also contained, so you could put the discs in separate jewel cases — only you'd be missing the tray cards that would display the spines and back covers.

Customer Reviews

3 albums in one

I give this set 5 stars because its the early Donna Summer, the one I grew up with. From the 3 albums, Love to Love You, Love Trilogy, and Four Seasons of Love. What I would love to see is that, whatever recording label she is with please produce a new cd, Or at the least if you are going to make yet another greatest hits compilation, how about with the new hits from all the new singles she has come out with say late 90's on?... Heck that would have made for 3rd come back cd.

Key words: "Packaged like a boxed set."

Oh, I'd give it five stars just because, but take off a star since it's really just a stunt to call sticking two albums together (Love To Love You Baby and A Love Trilogy) and calling it a boxed set. The albums are great. The songs are great. But Ms. Summer needs a real rarities/remixes and B-sides boxed set, not yet another hits repackaging.


Born: December 31, 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 — she was one of the very few disco performers to enjoy a measure of career longevity, and her consistent chart success was rivaled in the disco world only by the Bee Gees. Summer was certainly a talented vocalist, trained as a powerful gospel belter, but then again, so were many of her contemporaries. Of major importance in setting Summer apart were her songwriting abilities and her choice of talented collaborators in producers/songwriters...
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