|1||In My Wildest Dreams|
Written-By – C. Bennett, G. Moroder, H. Faltermeyer
|2||I Wanna Rock You|
Written-By – G. Moroder, H. Faltermeyer, K. Forsey
|3||If You Weren't Afraid|
Written-By – C. Bennett, G. Moroder
Written-By – G. Moroder, H. Faltermeyer, P. Bellotte
Written-By – G. Moroder, K. Forsey
|6||What A Night|
Written-By – G. Moroder, H. Faltermeyer, K. Forsey
- Artwork – G. Parsons, Gribbitt!, H. Vizcarra
- Drums [Credited Vocally], Percussion [Credited Vocally] – Keith Forsey
- Edited By [Computerized Digital Editing By] – B. Rothaar, J. Bloomenthal
- Engineer [Second, Credited Vocally] – Steven Smith
- Engineer, Mixed By – Harold, Jürgen Koppers "The Floppers"
- Illustration [Illustrated By] – Shusei Nagaoka
- Mastered By – B. Gardner
- Photography By – R. Slenzak
- Photography By [Computer Photography] – D. Ingebretsen
- Producer – Giorgio Moroder, Harold Faltermeyer
- Programmed By [Credited Vocally], Keyboards [Credited Vocally], Mixed By [Credited Vocally], Engineer [Credited Vocally] – Harold
Recorded live digitally by: Soundstream, Inc., except for pre-recorded
2nd and 3rd part harmonies
Canadian pressing is identical (even down to the catalog number). Distinguishable by different fonts on the label, and Canadian distribution info on bottom left of back cover.
Notes on the back cover:
"E=MC2. Music programmed as burst of energy. Energy coded numerically to micro-computers. Recorded by digital process and edited by computer. Energy is once again reproduced as music. Without distortion and noise. Approaching pure sound.
E=MC2 is a revolutionary human + computer collaboration. Live performance involves 25 computerized synthesizers. 4 computerized pianos. 3 micro-composers. Drums and electronic percussion. Vocals. Instruments are synch-locked to digital reference tone or external clock which acts as electronic conductor's baton. Ultimately, digital technology and human creativity merge in live concert.
E=MC2 is finally a complicated way of comprehending energy... simply. Understanding ultra-scientific language of digital process is... unnecessary. The future can best be understood with the ear and felt with the body. After all is said: we speak of music."
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): NBLP 7169 AS
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): NBLP 7169 BS
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out area side A [hand-etched]): C-2 NBLP-7169-AS-RE-1 K-2 AZ[drawing of a flower]
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out area side B [hand-etched]): C-3 NBLP-7169-BS-RE-1 A-4 AZ[drawing of a flower]
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out area sides A and B [machine-stamped]): ▻
- Rights Society: BMI
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Other (Plant ID): 53
- Mastered At – Allen Zentz Mastering
- Recorded By – Soundstream, Inc.
- Pressed By – Hauppauge Record Manufacturing Ltd.
- Manufactured By – Casablanca Record And Filmworks, Inc.
- Distributed By – Casablanca Record And Filmworks, Inc.
E MC is a 1979 studio album by Italian musician Giorgio Moroder. It has been billed as the first electronic live-to-digital album. The album's title track peaked at number 4 on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart. He described it as. E MC2 - Giorgio Moroder. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. E MC2Remastered. Giorgio Moroder - E MC2 1979 Title Song From The Album Hope You Enjoy mc2 - Giorgio Moroder. E MC2Remastered Bonus Track Version. Исполнитель: Giorgio Moroder. 2013 electronic. Giorgio Moroder wasn't the first person to play electronic dance music - Kraftwerk had a synthesizer-oriented sound in the early '70s, and its electro-beats paved the way for a lot of the hip-hop, synth-pop, techno, industrial noise, house, and Hi-NRG that came in the '80s and '90s. But even though Moroder didn't invent electronic dance music single-handedly, he was among the first people to recognize its possibilities. E MC Giorgio Moroder album. Singles from E MC. The only non-live elements to the album were the vocals by Giorgio and the 2nd and 3rd part harmonies. To help with the overwhelming, ambitionous task of recording a live-to-digital album, Harold Faltermeyer was called in to programme the majority of instruments, computers and synths and would occasionally play on some songs. Artist: Giorgio Album: E MC Songwriters: Giorgio Moroder, Keith Forsey Giorgio Moroder, Harold Faltermeyer, Keith Forsey Giorgio Moroder, Chris Bennett Giorgio Moroder, Harold Faltermeyer, Pete Bellotte Producer: Giorgio Moroder Label: Casablanca Records, Oasis Release Date: August 27, 1979. 2020 Giorgio Moroder. Original site by AC Media Services. E Mc2. Giorgio - E Mc2 1979. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Listen free to Giorgio Moroder E MC Baby Blue, What a Night and more. 6 tracks 30:43. His album E MC2 gives out the best of his compositions when the fad was coming to an end, or did it end And, as an audio restorer like you, I appreciate great sound when I hear it. You did an excellent job Thanks so much for sharing. Reviewer: Framan - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 10, 2019 Subject: Great release. This is an interesting addition to the archive. 3DMC Giorgio Moroder album
Release date: 27 Aug 1979
Catalog: NBLP 7169
Size MP3: 1244 mb
Size FLAC: 1325 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album