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Interview: Giorgio Moroder on Dance Music's Present and Future

GiorgioMoroder on December 29, 2013 22:33

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    December 29, 2013

    One of the most influential electronic producers in the world, Giorgio Moroder has been back in the spotlight in 2013.

    If Donna Summer was the Queen of Disco, then it's fair to say her king was Giorgio Moroder. The Italian-born producer presided over some of her biggest hits, including "I Feel Love" and "Love to Love You Baby" – and pioneered electronic dance music in the process.

    Four decades into a career that also includes award-winning work in cinema, with scores for Midnight Express and American Gigolo, Moroder is still going as strong as the beat in his songs. Among other projects this year, he collaborated with one of the biggest names in dance music, Daft Punk. The Grammy-nominated French duo invited Moroder into the studio — not to push buttons and twist knobs, but to narrate his own life.

    Text and Interview: http://www.npr.org/2013/12/29/255546769/giorgio-moroder-on-dance-musics-present-and-future

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