Disco legend Donna Summer died on Thursday morning at age 63. The Grammy-winning singer had been battling cancer.
Though she was best known for her edited-down pop-disco radio songs, Summer's enduring contribution to American dance music came with her creative collaboration with Italian producer and disco pioneer Giorgio Moroder. Their extended versions of tracks like the ultra-sensual "I Feel Love" and "Love to Love You Baby" - as well as Summer's playful overhaul of songwriter Jimmy Webb's overwrought "MacArthur Park" - were button-pushing highlights for the singer.
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