When Donna Summer played Boston in August 2010 she explained to the audience how much she loved those early iPod commercials. They featured silhouettes of people listening to music on their iPods and dancing with wild abandon. “That’s the way music makes me feel inside,’’ she said. That is certainly the way Summer’s music made many of her fans feel inside: safe in a bubble of beats and beauty and moved to dance like no one was watching.
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