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Lale Andersen - Bilbao-Song album download
Performer: Lale Andersen
Title: Bilbao-Song
Genre: Pop
Released: 1963
MP3 album szie: 1636 mb
FLAC album size: 1396 mb

Album · 2007 · 15 Songs. Lale Andersen erzählt Märchen von Hans-Christian Andersen. Vintage Vocal Jazz, Swing Nº29 - EPs Collectors "Lily Marlen". Lale Andersen, Vol. 2. 1997. 1.

Geh' Nicht Zurück Aufs Meer. 4. Im Roten Licht Der Hafenbar. 5. Öwer de Stillen Straaten. 6. Lauter Illusionen. 8. Wenn du Heimkommst. 9. Die Fischer Von Langeoog.

Listen to music from Lale Andersen like Lili Marleen, Ein Schiff wird kommen & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Lale Andersen. Lale Anderson (born March 23, 1905 in Bremerhaven, Germany – died August 29, 1972 in Vienna, Austria) was a German singer and songwriter, who is best known for being the first ever artist to record the song "Lili Marleen" on August 1, 1939 (originally titled "Lied Eines Jungen Wachtpostens"). Anderson initially only sold 700 copies of her recording.

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The German Song, Lale Andersen, Volume 1, 2007. The German Song, Lale Andersen, Volume 1, 2007. Blau Nacht Am Hafen, 03:46. Drei Rote Rosen, 02:35.

1. Fern, so fern von hier (Last Dance). Bilbao-Song (aus der Dreigroschen-Oper) - 2004 Digital Remaster. 18. Ein fremder Mann (Stranger On The Shore) - 2004 Digital Remaster. 19. Der Weg zum Hafen - 2004 Digital Remaster.

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Lale Andersen biography. Lale Andersen was not allowed to perform publicly for nine months, not only because of the song but also because of her relations with Rolf Liebermann, who was Jewish, as well as with several other Jewish artists she had met in Zürich. Both songs won her a gold album each in Germany. In 1961, she participated as the representative of Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest with the song Einmal sehen wir uns wieder, which reached 13th place with three points.


A Bilbao-Song
B Tangoballade (aus der Dreigroschen-Oper)


  • Written-By – Brecht*, Weill*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society (Boxed): BIEM
  • Rights Society (Boxed): GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 7 XRA 2627
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 7 XRA 2628