Mondo Diablo Episode 370: DJ Giorgio

Giorgio Moroder performed as DJ for the first time ever at Deep Space in NYC, May 21, 2013. He had never DJ’ed before. Moroder, composer of film scores and electro-pop, was first known to me as the guy who, in 1984, colorized and restored the film <b>Metropolis</b>, with music by Pat Benatar, Bonnie Tyler, Jon Anderson, Adam Ant, Cycle V, Loverboy, Billy Squier, and Freddie Mercury.

Moroder was responsible for <b>Love to Love You, Baby, Hot Stuff, Call Me, Flashdance,</b> and <b>Take My Breath Away</b>.

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