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Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Reviewing Donna Summer Box Set Collection

Crimson Records has released two marvelous vinyl and CD box sets of the hit classics of the late iconic singer Donna Summer. The release hit is going to shake the market having the notion of the legendary star's own 'Driven by the Music’.

The sets combine seven different albums along with a series of tempting extras. The package brings the wonderful feisty treats on this Christmas offering an amazing cross-section of the songwriter’s musical career that lasts over 35 years. It won’t be wrong to say that this set is a tribute to Donna Summer whose real name was LaDonna Adrian Gaines.

Dona Summer was an American singer and a painter. She also wrote many songs for her albums and was truly appealed by the audiences.  Donna was prominently famous in the late of 70s that was the time of disco actually and was said to be the ‘Queen of Disco.

The Vinyl box carries original albums and a download card allowing you download your favorites at no cost. It features all songs and mixes on the same CD form, a 12- inch cube leaflet with freshly tailor-made lining notes and a 12-inch cube poster of the LP box set photograph. The CD Collection is available with casings bound form and contains original album credits, lyrical lines as well as liner notes; offering  bonus songs from all albums except ‘I'm A Rainbow’. It also contains six postcards of the CD box set picture.

Soon you will get the additional extended versions. These will be releasing by D2C and will have the addition of an unreleased mix of a two songs 12-inch single in two forms. That going to include the albums ‘The Wanderer’, ‘Donna Summer’, ‘Cats Without Claws’, ‘Mistaken Identity’, ‘All Systems Go’, the double-album ‘I’m A Rainbow’ and the triple-album ‘Another Place and Time’.

The set merges attractive collection of disco-pop, dance, soul, funk, rock ‘n’ roll, blues and even gospel tracks  demonstrating  what made the singer the queen of the Giorgio Moroder sound. The singer of

‘Love To Love You Baby’, and ‘I Feel Love’ was a grown-up and award winning star of incredible competence. She died from lung-cancer at the age of 63. Donna was posthumously introduced in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

The collection is truly luxurious presentation that without much effort transports the unmatched legacy of the legend. Donna Summer gets a continuous reminder towards coming years ahead and stands as an endurance and pioneers of the music world and trendsetters.

With the release of a great surprise on coming festive, the news is swirling that the collection of the extraordinary singer’s tracks is going to be loved by every music lover and not just for those loving devotees of Donna Summer.

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