Cover artwork from 'From Here To Eternity' (1977) by Giorgio Moroder.

From Here To Eternity

'From Here To Eternity' established Moroder as a serious contender to Teutonic synth-rivals Kraftwerk, albeit within a 'pop' music framework. 

The album sleeve notes attribute the (vocoder) 'mystery voice' to Pete Bellotte. 

The 1977 7" single version of 'From Here To Eternity' was a seamless mix of the album title track and another track: 'Utopia - Me Giorgio', a composition which 'suggests Philip Glass in its glowing, recurring patterns', according to Vince Aletti's sleevenotes for 'From Here To Eternity... And Back', a 1985 Moroder retrospective CD compilation. 
 

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