Ich komm' nie mehr von dir los

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"Ich komm' nie mehr von dir los"
Single by Connie Francis
B-side "Singin' the Blues"
Released December 1960
Format 7" single
Recorded November 9, 1960 (A-side)
July 10, 1959 (B-side)
Genre Rock and roll, Schlager music
Length 1:55
Label MGM Records 61 035
Writer(s) Winfield Scott, Toby Lüth
Producer(s) Gerhard Mendelsohn, Arnold Maxin
Connie Francis
German singles chronology
"Die Liebe ist ein seltsames Spiel" /
"Robot man"

(1960)
"Ich komm' nie mehr von dir los"/
"Singin' the Blues"
(1960)
"Wenn ich träume" /
"Niemand"

(1961)

Ich komm' nie mehr von dir los is the second German single recorded by U. S. entertainer Connie Francis.

The song is the German cover version of Francis' U. S. recording Many Tears Ago, of which she recorded 4 versions in total:

  • English
  • German
  • Italian (as Piangere per te mai più)
  • Spanish (as Dime que paso)

After Francis' German debut single Die Liebe ist ein seltsames Spiel had peaked sensationally at # 1 on the Munich charts, Ich komm' nie mehr von dir los scored a rather dispappointing chart position by peaking only at # 35. [1]

The B-side of Ich komm' nie mehr von dir los was Singin' the Blues, an English recording from her 1959 album Country & Western – Golden Hits.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Richard Weize: Connie Francis, companion book to 8-LP-Boxed Boxed Set Connie Francis in Deutschland, Bear Family Records BFX 15 305, Hambergen/Vollersode (Germany) 1988