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Autumn Changes - Donna Summer - Four Seasons Of Love (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Very similar to release Donna Summer - Four Seasons Of shagoresamumkathridred.xyzinfo this edition in label no Rights Society B.I.E.M. and in its printed place ℗ Ariola-Eurodisc, S. A. In label Side 1 catalog number 28 I without the separation point.
  2. 'Autumn Changes' was also another great song that, once again, sounded like a Rock song and Donna's voice was very strong; 'Winter Melody' was a very 'soothing' song/ love song with the wind intro and Donna's voice was very 'dreamy' yet again (the horns Reviews:
  3. "Autumn Changes" was the third track from Donna Summer's Four Seasons Of Love, and like the rest of this concept album, was co-written by the lady herself with Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte. Running to around 5 minutes 28 seconds, it is the second song on Side 2.
  4. The album starts with Spring Affair--love is new and fresh--and breathy. This moves into Summer Fever--that HOT time in a relationship when two lovers can't keep their hands off each other. The inevitable begins to happen with Autumn Changes--when things are still "ok" but very different from the first two seasons/5().
  5. Album Four Seasons of Love. Autumn Changes Lyrics. Autumn Changes This love of ours is gradually fading Something is wrong, or somebody's faking Four Seasons of Love Donna Summer.
  6. May 22,  · Four Seasons of Love, an Album by Donna Summer. Released 11 October on Casablanca (catalog no. NBLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Disco/5(12).
  7. One is inclined to resist this package of self-conscious stardom concepts -- the LP version sported its own calendar featuring La Summer dressed up as winter, spring, summer, and Marilyn Monroe vamping on the subway grating (fall, presumably), and the four "seasonal" dancey suites promise more and say less than the typical Summer intimate "touch-me" would deliver without any hype.
  8. Jul 18,  · Donna's third album for Casablanca, and more than her two previous efforts, this is an album you should listen to in its entirety. Singling out individual tracks would be a shame, as the album as a whole is telling a story/5().
  9. As much as I love the 70,s/very early 80's music of Donna Summer (RIP) I think this album is the most consistent as it does not have any overly long tracks that for me detracted from some of her others. At the time Donna Summer was making her mark people I knew were listening to Rock and later Punk/5().

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