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EXCLUSIVE! Donna Summer Vinyl Giveaway!!! Enter To Win Signed Copies Of Love To Love You Donna HERE!

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Watch out, polar vortices - Summer time is finally here!

Not the season, obvs, LOLz! We're talking about Donna Summer time!

Sure, the sensational singer died nearly two years ago, but her tragic passing shouldn't prevent you from enjoying the fruits of her musical labors!

So dust off those bell bottoms because we're offering you an EXCLUSIVE! last dance with disco's greatest diva!!!

We're giving away ten - that's right, TEN - autographed vinyl copies of a brand new Donna remix compilation called Love to Love You Donna! Woo hoo!

The double LP (with Gatefold packaging!) is signed by one of the talented dudes who remixed several songs on the album, Giorgio Moroder!

Looking for some hot stuff baby this evening a sweet new addition to your impressive vinyl collection? Interested in snagging yourself a copy?

Well, great! We won't even ask you to work hard for your money! There's nothing hard about this at all, honey!

If you want to win, all you have to do is comment (below) and tell us about the first time your ears ever pleasured themselves to the sensational sounds of Donna Summer! Bonus points if it happened at Studio 54!

Just be sure and leave your comment by Wednesday, March 5th at 3pm EST!! Winners will be notified shortly thereafter by e-mail!

GOOD LUCK!

P.S. - If you don't win, you can still purchase her remixed record HERE!

Ch-ch-check out Love to Love You Donna's track listing (below):

1. Love To Love You Baby (Giorgio Moroder feat. Chris Cox Remix)
2. Dim The Lights (Duke Dumont Remix)
3. Hot Stuff (Frankie Knuckles and Eric Kupper as Director's Cut Signature Mix)
4. I Feel Love (Afrojack Remix)
5. Love Is In Control (Finger On The Trigger) [Chromeo & Oliver Remix]
6. Sunset People (Hot Chip Dub)
7. Working The Midnight Shift (Holy Ghost! Remix)
8. Bad Girls (Gigamesh Remix)
9. MacArthur Park (Laidback Luke Remix)
10. I Feel Love (Benga Remix)
11. On The Radio (Jacques Greene Remix)
12. Last Dance (Masters at Work Remix Short Version)
13. La Dolce Vita by Donna Summer & Giorgio Moroder

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86 comments to “EXCLUSIVE! Donna Summer Vinyl Giveaway!!! Enter To Win Signed Copies Of Love To Love You Donna HERE!”

  1. Donna's #1 Fan says – reply to this


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    Hi, My best friend is literally Donna's biggest fan! He just celebrated his birthday this week but his biggest dream was to produce a comeback record for the diva by blending her original sound with an updated sound from today's music. The day of her passing, he literally broke down as though he had just lost a dear parent. He's seen her live MANY MANY times throughout the past 30 years and even had a chance to meet her. please help me put a huge smile on her biggest fan's face by giving him this autographed record. He's a great person and a beautiful sould just like she & her music both were.

  2. Michelle says – reply to this


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    I used to rollerskate to Donna in my basement as a kid with my sister, because my dad taught me the important things in life. Family and disco culture alone are great lessons, but together….mind blowing synergism :)



  3. 3

    The first time i heard Donna's music was when I was little and my parents would play her records. Basically I would wake up to Donna's songs in the morning. The awesome part is that I grew up in the middle east so that tells you how famous Donna was if we were listening to her in Iran!!

  4. cynthia says – reply to this


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    I would love to win this for my mom. She LOVES Donna. She know all her songs. I grew up listening to Donna. I'm a fan because of my mom. My mom would freak the heck out if I won this for her.

  5. Elaine Alexander says – reply to this


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    Love and miss Donna Summer. One of my memories is performing Bad Girls with my Friend at his drag show in Chicago! Every time I hear her just got to DANCE!

  6. Tatyana says – reply to this


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    Hi Perez!

    I was 4 years old when I first heard Donna Summer. I was in the back of my parents car and had the pleasure of hearing "On the radio", I learned all the word and then moved on to "love to love you" and "McArthur Park". When i was in elementary school I performed a melody of all her hits. This was in the 90's so NONE of the kids knew what I was doing, but I didn't care! I love DONNA!

  7. monica says – reply to this


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    Perez, This is not for me…this is for one of my dearest friends and one of DS biggest fans! He attributes his whole well adjustment as a gay man to the music and style of this amazing performer. I can't guarantee that he ever pleasured himself to her music but I know for sure that he made out on many occasions to this music with the man who has been his partner for the last 25 years. On the day she died he went into mourning and made us all come over and listen to her music, watch videos and drink champagne toasts to her life…he even created a montage of our trip to Paris with her music as the background. Apparently he takes her everywhere he goes! Now that is love.



  8. 8

    It was my 16th birthday in 1979 (it's been a few since then ;) ) and my brother who was 8 years older and shared the same birth date gave me the Donna Summer album "Bad Girls" as my birthday gift. I wore that record out!!



  9. 9

    Yes please

  10. Ally says – reply to this


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    Back in 1998 when i was 9, my mother rented The Full Monty which featured the song Hot Stuff by Donna Summers. My ears were instantly blown away and became hypnotized by her dazzling voice and seductive tune. I had never heard a song like Hot Stuff before and i wanted more! Fate happened the next day at Wal-Mart when my mother came a across a Donna Summer's greatest hit CD, and she bought it for me! My lover for Donna grew and she is the foundations for my disco love. I would love an autographed vinyl copy of Love To Love You Donna , and yes i do have a record player so i can enjoy Donna on vinyl everyday.

  11. niche says – reply to this


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    It was the late 80's when infitst heard my first but not last Donna amazing summer song. My mother recorded "solid gold" and "much music videos" to teach herself English. Twice a day for 5 years it was diva city . Donna Madonna Whitney Cyndi and Samantha Fox! Having this vinyl will take me back to my child hood and be put behind glass until my boo boos are ready for the last dance! toniiiiiight iiiiiiiiii yiiiiiiht xoxoxoxooxoxo

  12. Spikeinc says – reply to this


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    My husband told me that this is the only song that he would fall asleep to when he was an infant so his parents used to play the record for him every day. He would love for our 14 month old daughter to be able to do the same!

  13. DiscoDiva says – reply to this


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    My first and earliest memory of Donna Summer was seeing the music video for “She Works Hard for the Money.” It made a deep impression on me as a child: it made me aware of the many hardships that women in general actually had to go through in life. I next encountered Donna Summer and her music through the “Selena” soundtrack—something’s just wrong with you if “On the Radio” could not make you pick up a hair brush and pretend that you’re a diva. Of course, by the time that the “Live & More Encore” CD came out, I was fully aware that Donna Summer is not just THE Disco Diva—she was a Goddess!

  14. Alex says – reply to this


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    Hi,
    I wish i have been at studio 54 to ear Donna Summer but my first earing was probably by my brothers and sisters at home in France.. Sometimes it was almost like being at, well, a kind of Studio 54, at least 52 or 53..
    Best regards
    Alex

  15. Catherine says – reply to this


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    I grew up with two dads. There was not a
    school day that went by that my dads did not pick me up blasting Donna Summer, Diana Ross or Tina Turner on the car stereo.

    Oh to be a kid again…

  16. BriGuy says – reply to this


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    I just remember being at my school dances as a 7th and 8th grader when I went to Catholic school and just feeling like I was the odd man out. I waited all night to hear Last Dance after I had heard it for the first time. From that moment on I was a fan for life. I secretly hoped I would hear I Need Love, but that was destined only for my portable tape recorder where I had recorded it from the radio late one evening.

  17. carter Bostic says – reply to this


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    D.I.P. dance in peace my queen. Donna was very influential in the era of disco. I first saw her at the Hollywood Bowl back in 78. I still hustle to this very day. There will be no other diva like her. I was devastated when I heard of her passing. I was at Webster Hall in ny when the news was given by the d.j. He played her music 4 the rest of the evening. Im so happy & grateful that I was growing up in that era. My moments will live forever. Thank you Donna.. Got 2 have love, Got 2 have love tonighttt… I need hot love. …..

  18. MARK says – reply to this


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    The most talented pop singer ever! I MISS DONNA!

  19. Michael says – reply to this


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    The year 1995, went to A Donna Summer concert, did not expect to become a Donna fanatic but I did. That big voice, bowled me over. I immediately went out and bought every Donna CD and from that point on was a devout fan, all the other divas fell to the side and my Queen emerged as the only contender to the music in my heart. I saw Donna in concert over a dozen times, love to love me some Donna Summer

  20. Shelzie says – reply to this


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    OMG! I lost two of my four bases to "Last Dance". It was the with the love of my life. I'll never forget listening to the words and thinking "last chance for love"….ahh being a teenager was bittersweet. 35 years later I can still hear that song and feel that moment. Thank you Donna. :-)



  21. 21

    I've loved Donna since she first came out in the 70's. One of my biggest dreams was to see her in concert. Sadly, it never happened, but what a talent. What a voice! Moves me every time I hear it.



  22. 22

    At the best party in NYC, the original Saint in the East Village in the 80's. At the perfect moment, (probably around 4am) I hear ohhhh it's so good, it's so good, it's… and dancefloor exploded. A night/party I will never forget. Sheer joy, love and happiness! Thank you, Donna. Last Dance!!!

  23. Jackie says – reply to this


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    The first time I heard Donna Summer was when I was 6 (now 22) my mom was obsessed with her and used to dance around the house cleAing and listening to her. A few years ago my grandparents told me my mom used to get ready when she was a teen to the song Hot Stuff (she's 52 now), my grandparents used to spy on her because she'd get crazy and dance in front of the mirror. Her door didn't close all the way and when she discovered they were spying on her she nailed a blanket over the opening so she could kee on "seductively dancing" as my grandparents out it! My mom said it was one of her favorite songs to dance to at studio 54… How I wish that place was still around!



  24. 24

    first time listening to her as a kid from my mom's record player and have collected her music ever since!

  25. Joey says – reply to this


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    I discovered Donna late in the game(I'm now 33.) her first iht I got to dance to was "I will go with you ( con te partiro!)" saw her in concert twice and had the pleasure of meeting her back stage. One of the best live voices-she and whitney are surely in heaven singing a duet. They don't make me like they used to….love to love you,hate to miss you :/

  26. Lisssa says – reply to this


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    The first time I heard Donna Summer must have been in high school when I was just getting into disco.

  27. Lisssa says – reply to this


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    The first time I heard Donna Summer must have been in high school when I was first getting into disco.

  28. Jessica says – reply to this


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    I first heard Last Dance on the radio when I was around 5-6 years old. I danced around the living room like a maniac!

  29. Moe says – reply to this


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    Many years ago I went away to college. In the summer I would come back to visit my parents. One night they had the tv on and it was playing random music videos.

    I wasn't paying attention but Donna summer 'I feel love' came on. My first reaction was to perk up and listen…then I saw her and I was hooked for life

  30. Melissa says – reply to this


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    I was watching 'Selena' starring Jennifer Lopez (years and years ago) and the first scene is her (Selena) performing a Donna Summer medley at her last concert ever. I fell in love with the music and I WAS HOOKED. Donna's my girlllll!!!

  31. mary says – reply to this


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    An amazing best of cd..I used to dance to all her hits pretending I wasnt 20 years too late for Studio54.

    This women knows how to make you want to dance dance dance. Would love for my collection!

  32. Stan Ballard says – reply to this


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    Around the time I was 6 years old ,My two sisters and I would play Donna summer records non stop and pretend our sofa was a giant stage where we would sing and dance for hours for our fans( parents and grandparents ) her music reminds me of happy times and paved the way for the person I am today !

  33. KC says – reply to this


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    I was a Donna Summer fool. I remember as a kid, my mother brought home the "Bad Girls" LP, and I was hooked on her ever since. She is often just regarded as a Disco singer, but she also incorporated elements of rock, R&B, jazz, show tunes, and even country into her music. She even experimented with electronica (EDM) back in the late 70s, and was way ahead of her time. She was sexy and erotic, but that was in spite of her enormous talent. And that voice! She could go from a whisper to full on belting. She has paved the way for a lot of artists, including Madonna, and many artists from all different genres cite her as an inspiration.

  34. KC says – reply to this


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    Re: KC – PS. I'm not here to win. Just thought I'd share.

  35. EMZ says – reply to this


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    My mom has been Donna's biggest fan since the 70's. If you ever came to my house, you'd never know it still wasn't the 70's because her music is all my mom ever plays. "Hot Stuff", "On The Radio", "Last Dance"… at this point, they all bring a tear to my eye, reminding me of what is was like when I still lived at home with her. I'm always searching for the best birthday gift I can find for her, and, well, nothing would take the cake better than this (and I'd certainly never have THAT recipe again, if ya catch my drift). This would make my mom's year, and it would make me feel really great to be able to give this to her. Pick me, pick me please !! <3

  36. karime says – reply to this


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    MacArthur Park is my favorite Donna Summer song. And I love all of her music

    Someone left the cake out in the rain.I don't think that I can take it ’cause it took so long to bake it And I'll never have that recipe again

    good evening everybody

  37. Jess says – reply to this


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    My first real memory of listening to the great Donna Summer is with my parents, both huge disco fans, when I was around 3 years old. My dad would put the radio on and dance with me, and we always waited for Love to Love You Baby to come on, because it was both of our favourite songs. I'm an adult now of course, but I'll always cherish the times spent with my dad, dancing to disco songs as a kid, because I love him more than anything, and love spending time with him. He influenced my musical tastes, and I'll always love him for showing me incredible artists like Donna Summer.

  38. Ramiro Salinas says – reply to this


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    Let me preface this by saying I would love to win this for my mother. My mother has to be the biggest Donna Summer fan in the entire world. Donna Summer to her, is what Britney Spears is to me.

    The first time I heard Donna Summer my family was on our annual road trip to Dallas to visit family. We always listened to disco music since my mother loved it, specifically Donna Summer. I always grew up listening to Donna Summer, and now it brings back the fondest memories of my childhood. No matter how much my life has changed, or no matter what kind of a mood I'm in Donna's music makes me happy, it makes me feel comforted, and it brings me close to my parents no matter where I am at.

    My morher's biggest regret was never having the opportunity to see Donna Summer in concert, and unfortunately due to the circumstances she will never have that opportunity again. Please help me make part of that dream come true. Thank you!

  39. Kimi says – reply to this


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    I met her at FAO Schwartz with her daughter. She was a vision. My parents knew who she was and asked me to ask for an autograph. My first memory of her voice is her graciously saying "of course."

  40. Scott says – reply to this


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    I usually don't do these things but this brought back a great memory of mine I had to share. Any time I hear Love to love you baby it takes me right to my Grandmas house. She had a record player in her basement and when I would come visit her we would bake chocolate chip cookies and go the basement and sing and dance to Love to love you baby. It was my grandmas favorite song and it will always make me remember my late grandma. If nothing else Perez thanks for making me remember this great memory.

  41. Kristie says – reply to this


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    In the summer of 2009, I woke up one morning to many missed calls from various family members. Half awake and everything looking still a bit hazy I called my crazy Aunt Debra back. I was numb to her relying the information that my grandfather had passed away. My grandfather was like a father to me. My father had been more focused on his newer kids. I was shocked by the news and instead of dealing with the pain I just ignored it. I had a lot of traumatic family moments in the past year. That same day I had an appointment to visit my younger sister in JV. As I was driving down the to her I heard Donna Summer's song "Love to Love you Baby" on the radio. The song caught me off guard I just let myself break down a bit and cry. I decided not to tell my sister the bad news, because she was in such a depressing place. I also could only see her for an hour or less. I felt it was best to be strong and hold it together. But for a moment that sexy and breathy song for some strange reason allowed me to feel some pain. Perhaps it was because it conveyed real emotion and I was closed up. Most songs on the radio just transmit emotions that only skim the surface. I was fortunate to see Giorgio Moroder play in Brooklyn in May 2013. He played a lot of Donna Summer tracks that they had collaborated on. It was one of the best concerts I have ever been too. I was in a different place where feeling brought be joy.

  42. Dana says – reply to this


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    when i was a young child dancing around in my kitchen like a little disco kid because my parents loved her so much. it would be an honor to get this vinyl not only because it reminds me of some great times of my childhood with my parents but this record (i collect records) would be the perfect combination of my parents and me since Donna is their favorite and Hot Chip, Holy Ghost! Jaques Greene, Chromeo and the man the myth the legend Giorgio Moroder are a few of my favorites!

  43. mario says – reply to this


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    i was 7 years old and my dad took me to see donna in concert at the now defunct universal amphitheater for her wanderer tour…seriously, what dad takes his only boy to see the queen of disco live? mine, it's as though he wanted a gay son, nah…he just didn't give a funk and knew great music! anyways, donna will forever live in my heart. and my favorite movie of all time, foxes…on the radio! long live ms summer!

  44. Ca$$y says – reply to this


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    I first remember hearing Donna Summers on a 45 in the 70"s while my parents were listening to her smoking doobie.

  45. sheils says – reply to this


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    My mom and I listened to Donna all the time growing up. She was a single mom at 18 but clearly knew how important good music was. I got married in 2011 and because I never had a dad I thought how fun it would be to have my father daughter dance be a mother daughter dance instead. I didn't tell her but when the DJ stated playing Someone Left My Cake out in the rain she started crying and joined me on the dance floor. That song was always so special to us. I made endless fun of it growing up because of how silly it was but now it's our song and I love it most.

  46. johnnydisco says – reply to this


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    I bought my first Donna Summer vinyl back in the seventies. I was about 10 years old and I used to cut my neighbors front and backyard lawns for $7.00. My older sister worked at a Fedmart and would buy the album for me . I have every album she ever put out as well as every cd she ever released. My favorite Donna Summer album by far is Try Me I Know We Can Make It.

  47. noé ramón says – reply to this


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    the first time exactly i don't know i think love to love you baby on the radio. but the real first time was last dance in the spanish tv in 1978.



  48. 48

    So my first time I heard and dance to any Donna Summer song it was when I was 18 living in Mexico City, I remember it was in a gay bar and the song was Love to Love you Baby! It was like being at studio 54, Everyone looking glamorous and gorgeous, the best part it was when the disco ball start spinning around. Love you Dona and thank you for being part of such an amazing memory of my first days of coming out!!

  49. Louis says – reply to this


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    Saw Ms. Summer in concert the summer of 1996, the night before I moved from Pa to Los Angeles. What a phenomenal voice. She set the tone for a new chapter in my life. I even quickly forgave her when she got into a mess with her Christianity and her gay fans. The music she and Giorgio created set the standard for all pop, dance and electronic music that came after.

  50. Bpapp says – reply to this


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    It was the summer of 1984. I was six years old and on really hot days my siblings and I would eat ice pops and dance to Donna's album.

  51. Michael says – reply to this


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    Music has the power to transport us. It just takes one note of Donna Summer singing "I……
    love to love you baby" for me to time travel back to the pre-AIDS days of dancing at a club, in my twenties, with my dear friends now long gone, shaking and grinding to Miss Summer's sultry, sexy voice. Yes, we've come a long way as a gay community, but I still cherish those good old bad old days when being gay meant being a bit more underground surrounded by a group of extraordinary men whose memory is ignited the second Donna sings.

  52. domenico sacco says – reply to this


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    I was born in 1981, maybe i discover HER voice without knowledge, anyway I did it after years reachin the adult age when I was interested about 70's and vintage music and, surely, She deserves to be mentioned! As the other great artists, she was popular and avant-gard, great soul afro voice on electro-euro background, it's very forward to the time! …..and very very influent for time and time after!

  53. Stephanie Walsh says – reply to this


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    I've been listening to Donna since I was in fifth grade and heard hot stuff for the first time. I've been a lifelong fan and sing her songs every karaoke night. #inlove #someonefoundtheletteryouwrotemeontheradio

  54. farraym says – reply to this


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    Love to Love you @ the PARADISE GARAGE in NYC !! Larry Levan played it and I nearly hit the floor,they way he played with the beats and the sound around the room was AMAZING ! This song always sounds good, but NEVER AS GOOD as when larry played it at the Garage !

  55. Ariskelmys Brea-Cano says – reply to this


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    I would SO love to win this album. I am a huge Donna Summer fan!!

  56. Carl Mizell says – reply to this


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    When I was a tween, I heard her for the first time on a record my best friend had. The song "Love to Love You Baby" was the first Donna Summer song I ever heard. It was catchy, erotic and controversial for the time with all the moans :) I loved it so much that I bought the 8 track tape for my car when I was old enough to drive.

  57. Russel Cook says – reply to this


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    I first heard the beautiful Donna Summers when I was a child, my parents used to player her music around the house and I would dance to the music, I'm now 28 and still love me some Donna Summers! Whenever I'm cleaning the house or baking a cake at three in the morning, I've got some Donna a Summers playing to keep me moving! Her music is timeless!

  58. Milton says – reply to this


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    Donna Summer reminds me of my mother! Hearing her stories about studio 54 transport me back to that time. A true disco diva, who grew up in NYC is hard to find, but my mother is just that. Listening to Donna Summer reminds me of being a kid and just dancing around the house with her. It's a priceless memory that I will always cherish.
    My idol, MADONNA, paid tribute to the disco diva on her song "Future Lovers" and seeing her sing the mash up live with my mother was UNBELIEVABLE!!!

  59. Sherri O says – reply to this


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    I grew up with her and sang my heart with her- She is the best.

  60. CECILIA KAM says – reply to this


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    I FEEL LOVE for Donna Summer because she's a HOT STUFF and as a the Queen of Disco, SHE WORKS HARD FOR THE MONEY. IT COULD BE MAGIC if she could save the LAST DANCE for me to show my LOVE TO LOVE YOU BABY. THIS TIME I KNOW IT'S FOR REAL our fans love to you never dies.

  61. Ramona says – reply to this


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    When I first heard Donna Summer I was probably three years old, and it was her song "She Works Hard For The Money". There I was, this tiny person, shaking my hips to this powerhouse vocalist. Years later, I have sang many of her songs in wedding/corporate/club bands. Her music always gets people up to dance, regardless of the demographic. People really do love her music. Funny enough, Donna Summer and I share the same birthday! Capricorn Power! I certainly have a strong affinity for her music, especially since we are both New Year's Eve babies and we are both songwriters. She is not just a disco singer in my eyes, she is a music LEGEND. She will forever be missed.



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    I first heard "She Works Hard For The Money" when I was three years old. There I was. this little person, shaking my hips to this powerhouse vocalist. It's no surprise that 16 years later I would be singing her songs in wedding/corporate/club bands. It was HER music that got everyone up dancing, regardless of the demographic. Funny enough, Donna Summer and I share the same birthday. Like her, a New Year's Eve baby, I am following my dream of being a performance artist. I look up to her as a songwriter, and performer. I do not look at her legacy as a disco singer. To me, she is a LEGEND, and someone I admire. She will be forever missed.

  63. Big Fan says – reply to this


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    I'm in…she was my dancing queen, enough said.

  64. nycfromLA says – reply to this


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    My best friend's mom use to escort her brother to the disco on Polk St (which was the gay mecca in SF prior to Castro). She was afraid of backlash from the Harvey Milk campaigns so she'd go to protect her brother if he drank. She didn't drink or do drugs, but she said that somehow Donna kept her awake until the morning. We always joked that disco music was lame and didn't compare to the party-scene of electro music now. She sat us down and she told us about the disco scene and we chatted for hours. We noticed it was 5am and we had listened to all of Donna Summer's albums. At the end she looked at us and said "see!? you're still awake and not tired because of Donna!" That was the first time I was fully immersed in her albums.

  65. J.P. Horton says – reply to this


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    I think I was about 8 years old and was going through my parent's record collection. I found my mother's copy of Donna Summer Live & More and instantly fell in love! I can still remember how I played Once Upon a Time over and over again. It was probably when my parents realized that I was definitely gay, haha!

  66. Nydia figueroa says – reply to this


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    Hey perez!!! I would love to win this for my dad. He is such an amazing man. Truly my hero! He loves Donna summers and he would be so happy to get this prize. Thank you! :)



  67. 67

    Donna Summer was the very first woman who got extended song for nearly 17 minutes " Love to Love You baby' the first techno music ever heard ' I Feel Love ' also first woman who Top 3 consecutive Double albums in the Top 200 ' Live & More' ' Bad Girls ' & ' On the radio ' …Donna could sing anything Dance, R&B, Pop Rock, Ballads , Soul with almost anyone like Elton John, Seal, Barbra & other Top artists. So many songs, so many memories !!!!

  68. Kendall says – reply to this


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    I was 2 years old when "Hot Stuff" came out and my mom could not get enough, so I heard it all the time, memories of her holding me and dancing to Hot Stuff/Bad Girls, to this day when I play it I have to play these songs together, period :)

  69. Jess says – reply to this


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    I was singing Love to Love you Baby when I was 8 in the living-room in front of my parents. I'm French and of course I didn't speak english yet, so… it was a Frenglish version. I think it was awful but I was really proud of me :)
    She was an amazing singer!

  70. Lala says – reply to this


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    I'm a big fan on Donna Summer.
    I remember vividly, hearing her for the first time when , I was 11 years old. I just adore the rare flamboyance of the 70's, and she truly made her mark that'll never be forgetting whenever big hair, and flashy clothes are involved . (Hey I didn't live through the 70's. This is the only reference I can give you)

    While, I may not be her biggest fan, but I'm a big fan of her legacy, and truly respect what she has done for disco. And, I don't want the vinyl for my mother, or a family member ; I'm stingy, I want it for myself! lol

  71. Martino says – reply to this


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    Growing up in NYC in the 80's was the best time and place for Disco music.
    I've loved Summer Donna (see Sheri Oteri SNL skit) from the beginning. I was saddened and shocked when she passed away so young. While Donna was the Queen, Giorgio Moroder was the King of Disco and it would be amazing to have a Donna Summer record signed by him!! I would love to be a winner and would cherish this new record as much as I cherished my Donna Summer wall clock before I lost it in a move

    Thank you.

  72. Jamie Martin says – reply to this


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    Thanks for the chance.

  73. Mark Thibault says – reply to this


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    oh I feel love, I feel love, I feel love for that contest. I'd love to love that vinyl!

  74. JENNIFER REIS says – reply to this


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    LAST DANCE IS MY FAV SONG EVER! I STILL HAVE THAT ORIGINAL RECORD I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE NEW ONE FOR MY COLLECTION

  75. DollGrrlTrixie says – reply to this


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    in the 70's when i was kid, i used to sing & dance constantly to my donna summer's records… i loved her so much that i wished when i grew up i'd be a black disco diva…sadly, i had two things going against me: i am white & i can't sing very well… my dreams of being donna summer were crushed.

  76. tommy biazzo says – reply to this


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    I was maybe 15 yrs old in a record shop called The Wiz on 86th street off 18th ave in bklyn when i first heard Donna Summers Love To Love You Baby. I had no money but knew i had to have it! I risked everything when i slid the album under my coat & walked out. LMAO!!!



  77. 77

    I was all of 12 years old back in 1977. I went to Radio Shack with my dad and sister because he needed batteries for the radio. I walked over to the stereo section and Donna's Rumour Has It was playing on the sound system in the middle of the store and they had the Once Upon A Time Album sitting on top of the stereo and couldn'\t help but star at the gorgeous woman on the cover and the throbbing beat of Rumour Has It playing in the store.

  78. Michael says – reply to this


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    When I was 5 years old, 1978, my older sister who was in high school had the "I Feel Love" 12" vinyl single…she played it all the time and it was everything to me! Not only was the groove amazing and made me want to dance all day and night to it, I was mesmerized by her hair….her skirt…. and her amazing boots in the album artwork.

    Somehow the record cracked…a big chunk of the vinyl broke off and I was devastated. My sister felt so bad but she gave me the album to keep when she went away to college….and also revealed to me one version of the song was still playable on the vinyl so all was not completely lost!

    I still have that 12" album to this day….cracked and all! And even today when I go out dancing….I still hear I Feel Love played….in its original Moroder version….and it brings me back to my first love of dance….disco….and Donna!

  79. RAB says – reply to this


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    I can't remember when I first heard Donna Summer sing, but I remember seeing her on 'Solid Gold' and her 'Ebony' magazine cover. She was the 'Disco Queen.' My best experience hearing her music was several years ago. My friend was in a charity contest and sang 'Last Dance.' She's not Donna Summer, but she dressed as the 'Disco Diva' and sang her face off. She of course won. Donna would have been proud.

  80. Jim says – reply to this


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    I was 10 years old and my aunt and uncle brought over their newly purchased copy of Live and More…..never much listened to Donna before that. But after hearing side 1 with Fairy Tale High, Faster and Faster To Nowhere and Spring Affair all flawlessly sequenced I was hooked. And the MacArthur Park Suite was the proverbial icing on the cake (that someone left out in the rain:) I have been a devoted Donna fan ever since. Practically not a day goes by when I don't listen to one of her tunes. Still can't believe she is no longer with us, but her gift of music lives on!

  81. DeeJaye says – reply to this


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    This ROCKS !!

  82. C says – reply to this


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    My toes curled.

  83. janluka says – reply to this


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    Hi. My first time i was in a disco took place when i was a child, in a wonderful location near the sea. It was "la stiva" ("hold"), a full wood paradise with the deejay in the center of the arena, yes, but.. in a hanging boat-shaped console!!.. and it was so magic that experience. First disco, first dancers, first lights, first mirrorball.. and i remember when i asked my father for these "black rounded dishes" in the hands of that strange man with his music. Papa said: it's music. Music in hands.
    Next day, dad come home with a double vinyl: he said this is your music. enjoy. and i started to play that gift, "a love trilogy" on my saba turntable :)

    Now i got about 3500vinyls..

  84. Wayne says – reply to this


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    I did not experience Donna’s music at Studio 54 – I had barely hit puberty when she presided over that kingdom. Ironically, Donna's voice didn't attract my initial interest. While I likely heard that voice on the radio, I didn't separate her hits from other popular singers on the radio at that time. The "Bad Girls" album cover (1979) drew me in. The entire package symbolized and celebrated eroticism — a sprawling, double album with an impossibly sexy siren upfront, on the flipside, and everywhere in-between. Her posture – and the metaphorical solicitation – was a huge come on and I bit the bait. Like so many others, I paid the money to get down. The photos drew me in, but the voice kept me coming back. The first time I heard that voice - -at least connecting the voice, name and image as a complete package – was after discarding the shrink wrap, pulling the first vinyl disc from its sleeve, and setting stylus to groove. And how that woman grooved! The voice matched the face that matched the name that matched the image (“The Hottest Summer on Record!” trumpeted a 1979 Billboard ad.). 30-plus years later, the combination still resonates. I guess it’s true what they say — first impressions really are important – and outlast most everything and anything that comes later.

  85. ROBERT says – reply to this


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    THIS COLLABERATION IS VERY COOL

  86. Nick says – reply to this


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    Yes, lemme win please!