Love to Love You Baby is the second studio album by American singer Donna Summer, released on August 27, 1975 and her first to be released internationally and in the United States. Her previous album Lady of the Night (1974) was released only in the Netherlands. In the summer of 1974, Summer approached producers Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte with an idea for a song
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Album On the Radio: Greatest Hits Volumes I & II. Love to Love You Baby Lyrics. Ahaaw, I love to love you, baby Ahaaw, I love to love you, baby. When you're laying so close to me There's no place I'd rather you be than with me. Do it to me again and again You put me in such a awful spin In a spin, in-uh. Ahaaw, I love to love you, baby Ahaaw, I love to love you, baby
Donna Summer had had a Christian upbringing and was an unlikely writer of such a sexual song. She told Time magazine December 1975 that to write the lyrics, "I let go long enough to show all the things I've been told since childhood to keep secret. In Britain, the BBC banned "Love To Love You Baby. In the US, the Reverend Jesse Jackson used his group Operation PUSH (People United to Save Humanity) to rail against songs of this nature, claiming they led to an increase in teen pregnancy. Summer told the Telegraph Magazine: "They were afraid of what it would perpetrate among the youth. The full version of this song (found on the album) runs 16:50. The single version is cut down to 4:57. It was extended after Summer's label boss, Neil Bogart, called Giorgio Moroder up after he'd sent him a three-minute version.
Love to Love You Baby"'s 16 minutes and 48 seconds of arousal and refill - ticklishly sensitive rhythm and fusion - threw disco into a tizzy overnight, but the tonally starved blues-of-isolation on the B-side isn't to be missed, either: the broken promises Donna Summer bemoans in "Full of Emptiness"; "Need-a-Man Blues," with its.