Giorgio Moroder with Daft Punk
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Giorgio Moroder on his Daft Punk revival

Disco pioneer Giorgio Moroder says he was "moved" by his recent collaboration with Daft Punk.

The French band invited Moroder, who created Donna Summer's Love To Love You Baby, to their studio and asked him to narrate the story of his life.

His speech then became the basis of a song, Giorgio, on the band's number one album Random Access Memories.

Talking to BBC 6 Music's Lauren Laverne, Moroder said he had no idea how they would use his vocal - and said he was "emotional" when he heard the finished track.

He also revealed that he is in talks to make a TV show about his life with US cable network HBO.

The whole interview can be downloaded from the BBC iPlayer .

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