Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Giorgio and Chris - Love's In You, Love's In Me (1978)

Beautifully Lush electronic disco
by the master himself
Giorgio Moroder
Featuring Chris Bennett.
Check out Burning The Midnight Oil...
Simply wonderful.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love Now, Hurt Later, Giorgio ya en la línea de Feel Love, aunque me parece que l disco de From Here to Eternity fue el verdadero inicio del sonido Moroder...

Saludos

Fernando Zárate

Anonymous said...

thank you. this is a great release and terrific sound. cb

JR-VENEZUELA said...

Gracias Sr Colourzone por compartir su musica, aprecio su excelente trabajo saludos.

Gav Worlledge said...

Thanks Paul! This has always been an album I haven't ever gotten round to listening to... boy have I missed a treat!!! The side A suite is EPIC!! Especially at 7mins 25! Non-Stop playing this track today! Great sound quality too bud, awesome post!!

Chris said...

THIS IS ANOTHER GREAT RELEASE from GIORGIO MORODER ... the full A side is very romantic as the B side is full of DISCO greatness, my fave on this "LET THIS NIGHT GO ON FOR DAYS" & "BURNING THE MIDNIGHT OIL" who is quite a nice vocoder driven electronic track that shouldn't be overlooked, TY COLOURZ for making this available .... kind regards, Chris !!!!

GeorgieBoy said...

I have to admit that I was quite reluctant to revisit this LP as I already had it in my collection and wasn't all that fond of it. Side A is divided in separate tracks and thus my enjoyment of the album was quite compromised and I couldn't get a feeling for it.
Thanks for restoring it to sound as it was meant to sound, it really does make all the difference, I'm enjoying it a lot more this time around. I never understood the mentality of cutting a suite apart when it was meant to be heard as one peace, go figure! Anyway thanks again mate, the restoration is also impeccable.

Paul Colourzone said...

GeorgieBoy, I quite understand what you are saying...sound is important to the enjoyment of any track. I am now rediscovering many tracks I never paid too much attention to back in the day I was actively DJ'ing because they have been exquisitely remastered.
As for the whole Suite thing all I can say is when it is on CD and people rip it to mp3 files the rip programs always separate them into tracks...that is because the markers they put on the CD to recognize when a different part of the suite enters and another exits cannot be removed.
When I record a vinyl I just record it it complete Whole Side A PAUSE...Then whole side B. Then it goes into a sound editing suite where I can manually make the changes. In the old days you plopped a vinyl on the wheel and let it go it would play all the way through a side non-stop.

As for the suite itself, it did not do extremely well in clubs because it was too mellow...but we all loved it privately...It's like one of those suites you put on your deck while driving or doing something and it just transports you to another place.

My final thought is this...
Anything produced back then is 100 times better than anything produced today and I think that is the reason when you hear something new from back then, even if it wasn't a bonafide hit, still sounds way better than most shit they make today.

Cheers and glad you enjoyed it mate.

GeorgieBoy said...

Yeah mate, I completely agree with you about today's music. I know there was electronic dance music in the seventies, but the difference was that it was well orchestrated and arranged and the melody was well thought out. I get the feeling that today's music heavily relies of sampling, cutting and pasting and random bleeps, squeaks and repetitive button pushing. Some might consider me a music snob, but it takes one listen to the monstrosity of the latest Donna Summer remix album to see those so called musicians had no respect for the original material, Donna Summer would be rolling in her grave if she was to hear what they did to her songs.