Donna Summer sings Protection, a song Bruce Springsteen wrote for her. She was more than a disco queen. This song is from my favorite album of hers, Donna Summer produced by Quincy Jones.
Thanks Jim. I can't count the number of times we played "A Love Trilogy" and "Bad Girls" at parties, or requested it at bars in Virginia and New York, where Theresa and I danced like fiends at the end of the rainbow. It was fun music, but she also made a point. Women get the shaft, all the time. And have things changed? Ask Dick Cheney. My God, Jim, we watched her videos on MTV, before the jaded youth took over and turned everything into reality shows and vinegar life like the Jersey Shore, the Kardashians, and Swamp People. Poor Donna Summer.
Mark Zipoli |
May 17, 2012 at 04:39 PM
The lights are all dimmed, brother.
Jim DeRosa |
May 25, 2012 at 07:24 AM
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