Connie Francis Sings German Favorites

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Connie Francis sings German Favorites
Studio album by Connie Francis
Released January 1964
Recorded June 21, 1960
March 14–15, 1961
June 3, 1961
April 12–14, 1962
February 5–6, 1963
Genre Pop
Label MGM Records
E-4124 (mono)/SE-4124 (stereo)
Producer Danny Davis, Gerhard Mendelsohn
Connie Francis chronology
In The Summer Of His Years (1963) Connie Francis sings German Favorites (1964) Looking For Love (1964)

Connie Francis sings German Favorites is a studio album of German songs recorded by U. S. Entertainer Connie Francis.

Unlike the other installments in Francis' series of "Favorites"-albums, Connie Francis sings German Favorites does not focus on the traditional songs of a certain country or ethnical group. Beginning in 1960 with the overwhelmig success of Die Liebe ist ein seltsames Spiel, a German version of her U. S. # 1 hit Everybody's Somebody's Fool, Francis had established herself in Germany as a respected performer of contemporary German music. By the time of the album's release Francis had enjoyed six # 1 hits on the German charts. Hence, Connie Francis sings German Favorites is more a typical Greatest Hits Album in the Pop Music genre.

Originally scheduled for release in late spring 1963, the album wasn't released until January 1964 because of the delayed release of Francis' 1962 album Connie Francis sings Award Winning Motion Picture Hits which had been scheduled for release in June 1962 but didn't hit the shops until May 1963.[1]

Track listing[edit]

Side A[edit]

# Title Songwriter Length
1. "Wenn du gehst" Werner Scharfenberger, Fini Busch 2.39
2. "Eine Insel für zwei" Charly Niessen, Joachim Relin 2.09
3. "Die Liebe ist ein seltsames Spiel" Howard Greenfield, Jack Keller, Ralph Maria Siegel 2.38
4. "Tu' mir nicht weh" Ted Murry, Benny Davis, Fini Busch 2.58
5. "Barcarole in der Nacht" Werner Scharfenberger, Kurt Feltz 2.02
6. "Nino" Werner Scharfenberger, Fini Busch 2.32

Side B[edit]

# Title Songwriter Length
1. "Paradiso" Wolfgang Zell 2.39
2. "Colombino" Charly Niessen, Joachim Relin 2.42
3. "Immer und überall" Erwin Halletz, Peter Wehle 2.25
4. "Schöner fremder Mann" Athina Hosey, Hal Gordon, Jean Nicolas 2.41
5. "Gondola d'amore" Charly Niessen, Joachim Relin 2.36
6. "Die Nacht ist mein (Tonight's my night)" Ted Murry, Benny Davis, Fini Busch 2.34
7. "Lili Marleen" Norbert Schultze, Hans Leip 1.51

References[edit]

  1. ^ Connie Francis: Souvenirs, Booklet of 4-CD-Box, Polydor 1996, Cat.-No. 314 533 382-2

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