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  • Audio CD (12 May 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Culture Factory
  • ASIN: B00HZOBD5U
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 47,008 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Deluxe Vinyl Replicas by Culture Factory constitute high quality reissued compact-discs which reproduce meticulously all the components of the original LPs and are their exact replicas in compact-disc size (5.3 x 5.3 inches), with authentic single or gatefold cardboard jackets and paper sleeves. In addition to the above, each compact-disc Deluxe Vinyl Replica includes a black ?nish CD complete with the original label to give it the look and feel of the original record album. The music is encoded using state of the art, high de?nition remastering in 96 kHz / 24 BIT audio. On her platinum 1977 album I Remember Yesterday Donna Summer combines disco music with musical in?uences from the 1920s, '50s and '60s. Featured songs include the memorable title track and one of Summer's all-time hits, the immortal "I Feel Love."

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Format: Audio CD
Each time I go to listen 1 of the 7 Donna Summer remasters that I haven't previously heard, I'm not sure if I will be disappointed. Well I'm happy to say the answer is a resounding NO. I Remember Yesterday sounds vibrant, clear and balanced. Like the others, this CD's upgrade does not sound compressed or over volumed. The sound is simply amazing. I could tell the high quality the minute the first track I Remember Yesterday began. The beautiful sound continued with Love's Unkind and the remainder of the tracks on the original "first side" of the "original LP." I held my judgment until I heard the ballad Why Can't We Just Sit Down... and I Feel Love. On the ballad, Donna's voice is wonderfully heartfelt and clear. But the most amazing experience was listening to gradual emergence of sound or the build up of I Feel Love. On 1 or 2 of Donna's compliations, I Feel Love seemed over volumed and unbalanced. Not here. What a spectacular upgraded version of such a classic and ground-breaking song. This alone is worth the higher price of the CD. Like the other 6 remastered titles this CD has an insert that contains the English and Japanese lyrics. All I can is that this 2012 remaster of I Remember Yesterday will make you happy about listening to it today.
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Format: Audio CD
This album, when it was released back in 1977 was Donna Summer's most well rounded to date. There were more tracks than there usually were on a Summer album and it had as its last track a little opus entitled “I Feel Love”. The first side began (and ended, old habits die hard) with the infectious title track which owed its existence to similar material from the outstanding Dr Buzzards Original Savannah Band. The other two tracks on the first side were affectionate pastiche – of the Phil Spector sound on “Love’s Unkind” and of the Supremes on “Back In Love Again” – all three tracks were British Hit singles. The second side showed a much greater range of material than previous albums had, most notably the excellent ballad performance on “Can’t We Just Sit Down (And Talk It Over)” must surely have silenced most of the critics who doubted Donna’s vocal ability and then there was “I Feel Love”. That single was revolutionary- if we had heard material like that before it was Kraftwerk or Pink Floyd but here was an out and out disco single using synthesized sounds like never before – music would never be the same again. How could it do anything else than be a number one single? An all time classic, without a doubt.
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This would certainly be Donna Summer's best album for a decade, until she was to record: 'Another Place And Time' in 1988 which would be produced by 'Stock, Aitken & Waterman'.

This features almost all of her hits from 1977 - including; the title track, 'Love's Unkind' and 'I Feel Love' - all of which were in the top forty at the same time - a remarkable feat indeed! 'I Feel Love' was also pretty ground-breaking stuff back then! Surprisingly though; the only other single from this album: 'Back In Love Again' - despite its catchy powerful love/disco beat, only just made the forty the following year, but then I guess most that liked it would have already purchased the album by then.

This also features the classic that's been covered by many: 'Can't We Just Sit Down (And Talk It Over)', and it's a good rendition. With great artwork too, this classic album almost gave Ms. Summer a chart-topper when it peaked at number three.

NOTE/TRIVIA: It's a puzzle as to why the marketing department never utilised the 12" single format when releasing earlier Donna Summer material. Most of what she did on 7" had an extended version or 'mix' which would appear on her albums, but never as a 12" single - strange... The only 12" single ever issued from this album was 'Back In Love Again', which ironically wasn't extended at all - stranger still...
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2014 remaster in one word stunning any donna summer fan must have this if you thnk the 80s remasters are good wait until you hear this fantasic cd just i came like yesterday only 3000 in print....buy boys
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'I feel Love' has a strong claim to being the most influential dance track of the last thirty years. Before it, synthesizers were things cape wearing prog-rock musicians played endless chords on. Even Kraftwerk were producing exquisite hymns to boredom on the likes of Trans Europe Express. After 'I Feel Love', they made 'The Model'. Could the New Romantics, house, techno or electro have happened without Donna Summer? Summer and her producers Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte for the first time fused soul and sex with an urgent, robotic beat - the rest is history. The rest of the album is well up to scratch too - even the less well-known tracks repay listening. As for Summer's voice, has there ever been a better one in the history of dance music? It has an exquisite, slightly smoky catch in it - sometimes pure sex, sometimes wistful and sad.
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The fifth album by Donna Summer "I remember yesterday" continued the idea of a Disco Concept album after the last album "Four Seasons of love".

Although this is not as strong as the album "Once upon a time" that followed it this is still a strong album. It is certainly the more successful in terms of record sales and chart singles positions in the UK.
The original first four tracks are closely mixed together and formed the first side of the vinyl album. It combines Disco sound with original songs by Summer set in a style of a different decade. Track one "I remember Yesterday" has a 1940s feels complete with big band and brass sounds. Track two "Loves unkind" has a 1950s feel with its bubble gum high school references. Track three "Back in love again" continued a thread from track two but this time has a 1960s feel with its Supremes or girl group harmony influence The fourth track is a reprise of the first which bookends the first part of the album.
The second set of songs represents the 1970s with two early Disco styled tracks and the ballad "Can't we just sit down and talk it over". The final track "I feel love" represents the future.
The production on all of the tracks, both on previous albums and on this album up to "I feel love" had typical acoustic orchestra backing with added synthesisers and disco rhythms. But "I feel love" was representative of the future in so much as the entire track was entirely synthesised backing track. It was the first completely synthesised pop single and it was a climax of production influence by producer Giorgio Moroder that had heavily used synthesised sound on all his recordings. The track would go on to influence and develop other genres of pop such as dance, techno, and new romantic and house music.
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