Album Gallery and Collectors information of Pop Music vinyl records released during the 1960-1980s with bandnames starting with the letter "D" .

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Label & Catalogno Band/Performers - Album Title Year Country

EPIC 83862


DAVID WERNER - ST/ Self-Titled 1979 Holland
Chrysalis 103 681
Debbie Harry (Blondie) - Chrome / The Jam was Moving 7" Single 1981 Germany

Palette – MPB S-3117


  DIGNO GARCIA Y SUS CARIOS – Dino Plays Garcia ( 1963, Netherlands ) New Item  

"Digno Plays Garcia" is the album released in the year 1963 by the Paraguayan Harp player "Digno" Garcia. Digno Garcia ( 1919-1984 ) was born in Paraguay and lived great part of his live in Belgium. In 1954 he moved with Agustín Barboza and Luis Alberto del Parana from South-America to Europe and toured as "Trio Los Paraguayos". Later he left "Trio Los Paraguayos" and formed "Digno Garcia y sus Carios". Digno Garcia has been a very succesful musician and has released over 40 albums,

Musidisc – 30 CV 1364

  DIGNO GARCIA - Pays Tropical ( France ) New Item  

This album "Pays Tropical" by the Paraguayan harp-player "Digno Garcia" includes several well-known South-American hit-songs, like: Malaguena, La Bamba, Cuando Calienta El Sol, Cucurucucu Paloma, Pays Tropical


DIRE STRAITS Complete LP Discography

Warner Bros. Records – LWIS-613

DONNA SUMMER - Donna Summer ( Self-Titled, 1982, Spain ) New Item  

This is the Spanish release of Donna Summer's self-titled album, it was produced by Quincy Jones.

Groovy – GRL 25029

DONNA SUMMER - Greatest Hits ( 1977, Netherlands ) New Item  

The album: "DONNA SUMMER - Greatest Hits" was produced by: Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte

Polydor – 2491 555

DRS. P - Per Pont & Slee ( 1978, Netherlands ) New Item  

DRS. P ( Heinz Hermann Polzer ) was a Swiss Singer, Musician and song-writer who lived and worked in the Netherlands as of age 3. He was written thousands of songs and poems. This album includes some of his best songs including: Veerpont and "De Zusters Karamazov" and several others.