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Born: April 26, 1940 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Italy Profession: Music ...
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Moved from Italy to Munich
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Established Musicland Studios
1969:
Released debut single "Looky, Looky"
1972:
Debut LP, "Son of My Father" released
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Formed a production partnership with musician Pete Bellotte
1974:
First collaboration with Donna Summer, "Lady of the Night"; with Bellotte would go on to produce and co-write songs for the Boston-based songstress for six prolific years
1975:
Summer's 17-minute smash "Love to Love You Baby" released, sparking wave of "disco fever"
1977:
Released Donna Summer's "I Remember Yesterday", featuring the hit single "I Feel Love"
1978:
Film composing debut, scoring Alan Parker's "Midnight Express"; won Academy Award for Best Original Score
1979:
Donna Summer's hit single-packed double LP "Bad Girls" released
1980:
Final collaboration of the Summer/Bellotte/Moroder hitmaking team, Summer's LP "The Wanderer"
1980:
Produced and composed the soundtrack for "American Gigolo"; co-wrote hit theme "Call Me" with Blondie's Debbie Harry
1983:
Co-wrote the Irene Cara hit "Flashdance... What a Feeling"
1983:
Composed score for Brian De Palma's "Scarface"
1984:
Composed song score for, and had cameo role in, the computer-themed romance "Electric Dreams"
1984:
Produced and composed the "original soundtrack" for Fritz Lang's silent classic "Metropolis"
1986:
Wrote the hit songs "Take My Breath Away" and "Danger Zone" for the film "Top Gun", winning his third Academy Award for the former
1987:
Composed song score for the action film "Over the Top", including the Kenny Loggins hit "Meet Me Half Way"
1988:
Was associate producer and songwriter for the Italian thriller "Mamba"
1992:
Contributed score to the German-Italian sci-fi feature "Jackpot"
1996:
Produced, directed, wrote, edited and composed the score for the experimental computer animated short "A Special Tree"
1998:
Composed the score for the electronic music documentary "Modulations"; was also a featured interviewee

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