Thanks precisely because of a colleague of ours, we now know that legendary-in-no-exaggerated-way disco and electronic pioneer Giorgio Moroder (Donna Summer's "I Feel Love", Blondie's "Call Me", Electric Dreams, etc.) has been online for a few weeks now, tossing out a ridiculous amount of free rarities and lost works like they're rice at a wedding.
There's Moroder's extended material for Scarface, his key score for Midnight Express, a rare German version of his own 1966 single "Stop!", and new 2012 song "Giorgio's New Dancing Shoes", as well as his more experimental work such as cuts from his personally abandoned, ambient 1975 Einzelgänger project.
He's been reliably honest in his own comments as well. About Einzelgänger, he writes: 'I never liked it and that's why it never was released on CD. Now friends and fans told me that the album is great and pretty utopian and futuristic for the mid-70s.'