relaxing David Vendetta ft. Beyonce-Love To Love You Baby

baby relaxing music From '' Munich Machine ''
Label: Casablanca Records -- NBLP 7058
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Partially Mixed
Country: US
Released: 17 May 1977

Tracklist
A Get On The Funk Train
B1 Love To Love You, Baby
B2 Trouble-Maker
B3 Try Me, I Know We Can Make It
B4 I Wanna Funk With You Tonite
B5 Spring Affair
B6 Love To Love You, Baby Reprise

Arranged By - Giorgio Moroder tracks: A,
Thor Baldursson tracks: B1 to B6

Engineer - Juergen Koppers
Producer - Giorgio Moroder, Pete Bellotte
Written-By - Donna Summer tracks: B1, B3, B5, B6,
Giorgio Moroder, Pete Bellotte

The B side is a megamix.

Introducing The Midnite Ladies
Recorded In MusicLand Studios Munich

PC 1977 Casablanca Record and FilmWorks, Inc.
Manufactured and Distributed by Casablanca Record and FilmWorks, Inc.
8255 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046.

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"Love to Love You Baby" is a song by American singer Donna Summer released in 1975.
It became one of the first ever disco hits to also be released in an extended form.

By 1975, Summer had been living in Germany for eight years and had participated in several musical theatre shows. She had also released an album in Europe entitled Lady of the Night, written by Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte and produced by Bellotte, which had given her a couple of hit singles. She was still a complete unknown in her home country when she suggested the lyric "Love to Love You Baby" to Moroder in 1975.
He turned the lyric into a full disco song and asked Summer to record it.
The full lyrics were somewhat explicit and at first Summer said she would only record it as a demo to give to someone else. However her erotic moans and groans impressed Moroder so much that he persuaded her to release it as her own song, and "Love to Love You" became a moderate hit in the Netherlands.

Cover versions

Bronski Beat recorded the song in a medley with "Johnny Remember Me" and Summer's "I Feel Love" in 1985.
Samantha Fox recorded the song in a medley with another disco hit, Andrea True's "More More More", on her album Just One Night in 1991.
No Doubt did a cover of the song for the Zoolander soundtrack.
Artist Sam Taylor-Wood, under the guise of Kiki Kokova, collaborated with the Pet Shop Boys, in a limited edition 12" release of "Love To Love You Baby" in 2003.
TLC sampled the refrain in their controversial single "I'm Good At Being Bad" off their album Fanmail. The lyrics of the song were so dirty that Donna Summer asked them to remove the sample from the song. All pressing after this do not include the sample.
Beyoncé Knowles also sampled the refrain of the song for her hit "Naughty Girl" off her album Dangerously in Love.
French DJ David Vendetta sampled the song and turned it into a hit in clubs, in 2006.
Debbie Harry performed a reggae version of the song live at the 1993 Wigstock festival at Tompkins Square Park.
The Ritchie Family sang a portion of "Love to Love You Baby" in their medley included in "The Best Disco in Town".
Tom Tom Club covered the song on their album The Good the Bad and the Funky.
"Love to Love You Baby" briefly appears in an episode of American TV series Eight Is Enough, played by the local band of a character in the show.
"Love to Love You Baby" is used briefly in the film "Thank God, It's Friday" 1978 with Donna Summer parodying herself shouting the title to the disc jockey.
"Love to Love You Baby" also features in the opening scenes of the cult British TV play Abigail's Party where hostess Beverly is seen dancing provocatively to it while making herself a gin and tonic before her guests arrive. -

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