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In a 2003 interview with CNN, she said the initial absence of a manager led her to do provocative photo shoots.
And then people would say, you know, 'Lay down here and do this.' And you know, whatever," Summer said. But with her 1979 album "Bad Girls," Summer broke out of the disco mold as the genre, stimulated by the success of the Bee Gees' "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack, was feeling a backlash.
Summer rose to fame the mid-1970s, thanks to "Love to Love You Baby." The song, with Summer's whispered vocals and orgasmic groans supported by heavily synthesized backing tracks, fueled the decade's disco mania and hit No. Summer followed the song with such hits as "I Feel Love," "Last Dance" and a disco version of the Richard Harris hit "Mac Arthur Park," which outdid Harris' version by hitting No. "Bad Girls" demonstrated Summer's vocal and stylistic range and produced two No.
It produced a Top 10 hit in the title track but fared relatively poorly on the charts -- especially disappointing after the success of "Bad Girls," a double album that spent five weeks at No.
Robert Alan "Bob" Monkhouse, OBE (1 June 1928 – 29 December 2003) was an English entertainer and comedian.
He was a comedy writer, comedian and actor and was also well known on television as a presenter and game show host.