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All Music Guide - Stephen Cook
After becoming the queen of disco thanks to orgasmathon hits like "Love to Love You Baby" and "I Feel Love," Donna Summer topped off her five-year rise to fame with this live set. Certainly not a contender for first-disc choice, Live and More still works quite well as a '70s sampler for the converted. And since disco was the party music par excellence, the album's feel is one of a all-nighter in action. Featuring her signature hits and a fat chunk of disco tracks from the Once Upon a Time record, sides one and three solidify Summer's reputation as one of the most exciting and slick singers on stage. Balancing out the requisite dance material, Summer spends side two waxing ...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Cook
After becoming the queen of disco thanks to orgasmathon hits like "Love to Love You Baby" and "I Feel Love," Donna Summer topped off her five-year rise to fame with this live set. Certainly not a contender for first-disc choice, Live and More still works quite well as a '70s sampler for the converted. And since disco was the party music par excellence, the album's feel is one of a all-nighter in action. Featuring her signature hits and a fat chunk of disco tracks from the Once Upon a Time record, sides one and three solidify Summer's reputation as one of the most exciting and slick singers on stage. Balancing out the requisite dance material, Summer spends side two waxing nostalgic via a pop standards medley "The Man I Love," "I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good," "Some of These Days" and some nice jazz and blues-imbued fare of her own. And ending the album on a very high note, Summer indulges in "McArthur Park Suite," a classic long-player that bookends two of Summer and producer Giorgio Moroder's pop disco numbers with a dance-friendly take on Jimmy Webb's monumental classic. Along with cloud-walking bouncers like "I Love You" and "Last Dance," this closing piece finds Summer at her sophisticated and tuneful best. There's nothing here to eclipse the original versions of these cuts -- save for the Webb cover, which is new -- but the Summer faithful will nonetheless want to pick up this very enjoyable concert recording.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/24/1990
  • Label: Mercury
  • UPC: 042281112324
  • Catalog Number: 811123

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Donna Summer Primary Artist, Vocals
Greg Mathieson Synthesizer, Clavinet
Don Menza Tenor Saxophone
Bobby Shew Trumpet
Keith Forsey Drums
Robert Adcock Cello
Richard Adelman Drums
Alfred Barr Viola
Dara Lynn Bernard Vibes
Mary Bernard Background Vocals
Mari Tsumura Violin
Richard Cooper Trumpet
Pavel Farkas Violin
Jay Graydon Guitar
Doug Livingston Keyboards
Ken Park Percussion
Bruce Paulson Trombone
Bob Payne Trombone
Joe Romano Baritone Saxophone
Jay Rosen Violin
Victor Sazer Cello
Leonard Selic Viola
Dalton Smith Trumpet
Dick Spencer Alto Saxophone
Lya Stern Violin
Michael Warren Guitar
Virgil Weber Synthesizer
Carlena Williams Background Vocals
Peter Woodford Rhythm Guitar
Dick Hyde Bass Trombone
Bob Conti Percussion
John Santulis Violin
Teri Schoerbrua Violin
Technical Credits
Donna Summer Composer
Steve Smith Engineer
Giorgio Moroder Composer, Producer
John Barry Producer
Pete Bellotte Composer, Producer
Juergen Kippers Engineer
Jürgen Koppers Engineer
Gary Ladinsky Engineer
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