Anita Meyer

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Anita Meyer
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Background information
Birth name Annita Meijer
Born (1954-10-29) October 29, 1954 (age 59)
Rotterdam
Origin  Netherlands
Genres Pop music
Disco
Occupations singer
Years active 1976–present
Labels T2 Entertainment
Associated acts Patricia Paay
Hans Vermeulen
Air Supply
Carola Häggkvist
Julie Pietri
Lee Towers
DJ Guilliano
DJ Frank
Paul Anka
Metropole Orchestra
Website www.anitameyer.net

Anita Meyer (Annita Meijer), born in Rotterdam 29 October 1954, is a Dutch singer. One of her most notable songs is "Why Tell Me Why"[1] that charted for 14 weeks[2] and topped the Dutch singles list for six weeks in 1981.[citation needed]

Discography[edit]

Anita Meyer in 1981

Albums[3][edit]

  • In The Meantime I Will Sing (1976) #20 NED
  • Love You Too Much (1979)
  • Past, Present and Future (1982) #5 NED
  • Shades of Desire (1982) #1 NED
  • Moments Together (1983) #10 NED
  • Face to Face (1984) #10 NED
  • Greatest Hits (1985) #10 NED
  • Now and Forever (1986) #23 NED
  • Run to Me (with Lee Towers) (1986) #5 NED
  • Première (1987) #13 NED
  • The Ahoy Concert (Live album) (1988) #15 NED
  • Close to You (1989) #21 NED
  • Autumn Leaves (1990) #37 NED
  • The Commandments (1990)
  • Memories of Love (1991)
  • RTL 4: De Hits van Anita Meyer (1991)
  • The Alternative Way (1991)
  • The Very Best of Anita Meyer (1991)
  • Music Music (1992) #53 NED
  • Best Of (1993)
  • The Love of a Woman (1994)
  • A Song Can Change Your Life (1996)
  • Dichter bij Elkaar (1998) #95 NED
  • Just Once (1999)
  • Spanish Guitar (2001)

Singles[4][edit]

  • "Just a Disillusion" (1976) #18 NED
  • "The Alternative Way" (1976) #1 NED
  • "You Can Do It" (1976) #9 NED
  • "Anita That's My Name" (1977) #21 NED
  • "It Hurts" (1977)
  • "You Are My Everything" (with Hans Vermeulen) (1979)
  • "Rock Me Up A Mountain" (1980) #28 NED
  • "The Hurtin' Doesn't Go Away" (1981)
  • "They Don't Play Our Lovesong Anymore" (1981) #3 NED
  • "Why Tell Me Why" (1981) #1 NED (Best-selling single in the Netherlands in 1981)
  • "Blame It On Love" (1982)
  • "Idaho" (1982) #4 NED
  • "The One That You Love" (1982) #16 NED
  • "Goodbye To Love" (1983) #23 NED
  • "Sandy's Song" (1983) #23 NED
  • "Blame It On Love" (1984) #33 NED
  • "Heart Of Stone" (1984) #26 NED
  • "This Ain't A Life To Be Lived" (1984)
  • "Sometimes When We Touch" (1985)
  • "The Story Of A New Born Love" (1985)
  • "Run To Me" (with Lee Towers, live) (1986) #9 NED
  • "We've Got Tonight" (with Lee Towers) (1986) #31 NED
  • "You Are My Life" (1986)
  • "Now and Forever" (1987)
  • "The Exodus Song" (1987)
  • "Having My Baby"(with Paul Anka (1988)
  • "That's What Friends Are For" (1989)
  • "Freedom" (1990) #21 NED
  • "Music Music (This Is Why)" (1992) #34 NED
  • "The Medicine Of Love" (1992)
  • "Het Spijt Me" (Title song for TV-program) (1993) #24 NED
  • "I Couldn't Say Goodbye" (1993)
  • "I've Heard It All Before" (1994)
  • "The Love of A Woman" (1994)
  • "De Warmte Van Je Hart" (1996)
  • "I Don't Wanna Cry Again" (1996)
  • "We Are The Wave" (1996)
  • "Nooit Meer Naar Parijs" (1998)
  • "Wacht Op Mij" (1998)
  • "Mas Alla" (2001)
  • "Salomé" (2001)

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