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Knights In White Satin (4 bonus tracks)


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  • Audio CD (March 15 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: FAB DISTRIBUTION
  • ASIN: B004N3NFM0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #20,883 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Personnellement j'aime bien mais c'est uniquement parce que cela me ramène aux années 1970 lorsque j'étais ado. Alors je ne sais pas si mon commentaire vaut quelque chose. C'est du disco....et du disco c'est du disco
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Knights In Disco White Satin April 16 2011
By Robert - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The epic premiere disco dance album by Giorgio Moroder which takes the Moody Blues title track into the hands of the disco DJ. Knights In White Satin fills the entire first side, and opposite side has I Wanna Funk With You Tonite. Of course, Im speaking in terms of the original vinyl album. I Wanna Funk With You Tonite is also featured in Munich Machine's disco mix medley on seperate CD package.
It's not Moody Blues, but it's entirely Giorgio Moroder. Listen close, and you may notice a riff comparison between this and his From Here To Eternity.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The electronic master turns up the heat... Dec 8 2011
By 100%disco - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
In 1976, erotic disco was all the rage. Andrea True (R.I.P) had a major hit with "More More More", Cerrone had a sex fest with his "Love In C Minor" album and the reverberations from Giorgio and Donna's 1975 "Love To Love You Baby" hit were still being felt around the world. It was one year before he would hit the disco big time with "From Here To Eternity", two before "Chase" and the "Midnight Express" soundtrack and three before "E=mC2". I was pleasantly surprised to find this album on cd. Released this year by Reportoire Records, it has great mastering, the original artwork, and four bonus versions, of which "Let The Music Play" is the most worthy. Now for the album...as I said, it oozes sex. "Knights" is an update of the Moody Blues classic song and Giorgio turns on the sleaze with delicious strings by Mike Thatcher, lots of funky organs and heavy breathing. It runs into the cleverly titled "Middle Of The Knight", an original Moroder composition that itself runs back into the remainder of "Knights". It took up the whole A-side in it's original carnation. It is funky, sexy and catchy. Over on "side B", we open with "L'Amour", where Giorgio turns up the heavy breathing and sexy suggestions, it would have fitted perfectly in any lovers bedroom of the time. The strings are delightful, and there is a cooing sax here too. "Sooner Or Later" has the most removed sound from the other tracks and is one that is still growing on me. Last is "I Wanna Funk With You Tonite", a popular club song and for good reason: this track is a lot of fun, with sexy yet tongue in cheek lyrics, a whole lot of innuendo, darting strings, synth and a whole lot of funk. The artwork is fantastic. "Knights", "Oh L'amour" and "I Wanna Funk" are offered in single versions, though I don't see the point really. However the "Oh L'amour" version runs 5.20 and I'm still working out whats different. Repertoire appears to be a mainly rock oriented reissue company; a glance at its website reveals this is the only disco release, but one that is definitely worth having, if you are a fan of Giorgio, electronic disco, lush strings, music for making lurve or EuroDisco.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Giorgio Moroder..."Knights In White Satin"...1976 Oasis Records & 2011 Repertoire Records Aug. 11 2013
By Kevin B. "0820" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This biggest songs that I remembered from this CD were "Knights In White Satin" & ESP., "I Wanna Funk With You Tonite". I had a real difficult time trying to find these TWO disco classics, on a CD, until July of 2013, when I found it on Amazon & finally bought it. It is GREAT to hear these songs again, along w/ the OTHER unfamiliar songs. I would like to offer my review of all the songs, incl. here, as follows:

1. "Knights In White Satin"...It's a remake of The Moody Blues 1967 & ESP. their HUGE 1972 classic. Giorgio's version begins w/ the letter "K" & it contains the SAME lyrics as The Moody Blues version, to a slow disco beat. It's rather strange, but I still love it. It mixes very well w/ "Love To Love You Baby" by Donna Summer, as the follow-up song, right after "Knights".

2. "In The Middle Of The Knight"...This song was written By Giorgio Moroder & Pete Bellotte. It is EXTREMELY SIMILAR to "Knights In White Satin". The music, esp. w/ the VIOLINS is really great & there AREN'T too many vocals, here. I love this MIDDLE PART of the "KNIGHTS" sequence, very much.

3. "Knights In White Satin"...Just the continuation of Songs 1 & 2. This is version that I was the MOST familiar with.

4. "Oh, L'amour"...This song is okay.

5. "Sooner Or Later"...NOT to be confused w/ The Grass Roots 1971 hit single of the SAME name. This song has the SLOWEST beat, on this album. It also has some real sexy lyrics. I like this tune, quite a lot.

6. "I Wanna Funk With You Tonite"...The other big dance classic from 1976. It's very danceable & it also contains some sexy & suggestive lyrics. It's a very good song. I can recall, quite often, when Donna Summer's song "Try Me, I Know, We Can Make It" would follow, right AFTER the MIX.

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7. "Let The Music Play" (Single version A-side)...I remembered this song, somewhat & I like it quite well. I feel that THIS song SHOULD have been more of a WELL KNOWN dance hit.

8. "Oh, L'amour" (Single version B-side)...Same opinion as #4 above.

9. "I Wanna Funk With You Tonite" (Single version A-side)...Same opinion as #6 above.

10. "Knights In White Satin" (Single version B-side)...Same opinions as #1 & #3 above.

Now that I'm done completing this review, I want to say that this CD is HIGHLY recommended. I'm quite happy that I found THIS CD, in it's entirety.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Moroder Magic March 18 2013
By ahbaloney46 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
One of the earlier classics from the electronic wizard who brought us tons of music from the '70's and 80's and beyond. Had this on vinyl and finally got it back on cd.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Knights never sounded better June 27 2011
By HiDefBear - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
And an album I thought would NEVER be released on CD finally arrives and -- surprise! -- it actually sounds amazingly good. Really, the audio on this disc just shines for a recording that's 35 years old. Moroder's work here isn't nearly as polished as his later efforts; there's a decided attempt to ape the success of "Love to Love You, Baby" and that's pretty limiting. I'd recommend "From Here to Eternity" over this release in a heartbeat, but it's still great that Morodor lovers like me get the chance to (at last) re-experience "Knights."

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