Now deleted digital LP of 14 tracks culled from a collection of 22 previously "lost" tracks that were submitted for an album release on David Moufang's Source label. Six of these tracks were re-released with alternate titles on the Hidden By The Leaves LP in May of 2016 on Workshop.
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Once Upon a Time (Donna Summer album). Once Upon a Time is the sixth studio album by American singer-songwriter Donna Summer. It was released on October 31, 1977, and peaked at No. 26 on the US Billboard 200, number thirteen on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No. 24 on the UK Albums Chart. The entire album charted as one entry at No. 1 on the Hot Dance/Disco chart
Instead, the record remained on the shelf until 1969, when Bill Cosby's Tetragrammaton Records issued Once Upon a Time; amazingly, the album made it into the lower regions of the Top 200 albums for six weeks (which leads one to suspect that Bob Shane had been correct in his commercial instincts, in his resistance to breaking up the trio in 1967).
How the breeze ruffled up her hair How we always laughed as though tomorrow wasn't there We were young and didn't have a care Where did it go. Once upon a time The world was sweeter than we knew Everything was ours How happy we were then But somehow once upon a time Never comes again. Once upon a time Never comes again.
NotesNow deleted digital LP of 14 tracks culled from a collection of 22 previously "lost" tracks that were submitted for an album release on David Moufang's Source label. Six of these tracks were re-released with alternate titles on the Hidden By The Leaves LP in May of 2016 on Workshop.
"2000" was renamed "Find Your Way Home"
"March" was renamed "Past Is Past"
"April" was renamed "Full Black, No Stars"
"August" was renamed "Drifting"
"October" was renamed "Clip My Wings"
"December" was renamed "Dreamland"