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Knights In White Satin (4 bonus tracks)
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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.
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.
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.