Donna Summer – Bad Girls (1979)

Bad Girls is the seventh studio album by American soul vocalist Donna Summer, released in 1979 on Casablanca. This was her second conceptual double-album in a row, having made comparative strides on 1977’s lavish Once Upon a Time….

Tracklist:
A1. “Hot Stuff” (5:13)
A2. “Bad Girls” (4:57)
A3. “Love Will Always Find You” (4:01)
A4. “Walk Away” (4:17)
B1. “Dim All the Lights” (4:40)
B2. “Journey to the Centre of Your Heart” (4:37)
B3. “One Night in a Lifetime” (4:13)
B4. “Can’t Get to Sleep at Night” (4:45)
C1. “On My Honor” (3:32)
C2. “There Will Always Be a You” (4:58)
C3. “All Through the Night” (5:54)
C4. “My Baby Understands” (3:56)
D1. “Our Love” (4:54)
D2. “Lucky” (4:37)
D3. “Sunset People” (6:28)

Credits:
Donna Summer – lead and background vocals, composition, production
Giorgio Moroder – bass, synthesizer, guitar, composition, production
Pete Bellotte – bass, composition, production
Harold Faltermeyer – bass, composition, drums, keyboards, synclavier
Bruce Sudano – synthesizer and composition
Joe Esposito – background vocals and composition
Keith Forsey – background vocals, drums, percussion, and composition
Jeff “Skunk” Baxter – guitar (solo on “Hot Stuff”)
Bob Conti – percussion – composition
Edward “Eddie” Hokenson – composition
Jai Winding – piano
Jay Graydon, Paul Jackson, Jr. – guitar
Al Perkins – pull and steel guitar
Sid Sharp – strings
Scott Edwards, Bob Glaub – bass
Gary Grant, Jerry Hey, Steve Madaio – trumpet
Gary Herbig – saxophone
Dick Hyde, Bill Reichenbach – trombone
Stephanie Straill, Julia, Maxine Willard – backing vocals

Producers: Donna Summer, Giorgio Moroder, Pete Bellotte
Arranged by: Harold Faltermeyer

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