Yanou

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Yanou
Birth name Yann Peifer
Origin Germany
Genres Eurodance
Occupations Musician, producer
Years active 1997 – present
Labels Andorfine
Robbins Entertainment
Zooland
AATW
Associated acts Tune Up!
Cascada
Beam & Yanou
Akira
Diamond
Natalie Horler
DJ Manian
Website http://www.yanou.de

Yanou (born Yann Peifer) is a German trance musician and producer. He is most famous for collaborating on DJ Sammy's hit "Heaven" with vocalist Do and for being a member of the popular German trance act Cascada alongside DJ Manian and Natalie Horler.[1] Before Yanou worked with Cascada and DJ Sammy he produced and wrote tracks for "Beam & Yanou" in the late 1990s.

Discography[edit]

  • 2001 "Heaven" - DJ Sammy and Yanou ft. Do (UK #1, US #8)
  • 2002 "Heaven (Candlelight Mix)" - DJ Sammy and Yanou ft. Do
  • 2003 "On & On" - Yanou ft. Do
  • 2005 "Everytime We Touch (Yanou's Candlelight Mix)" - Cascada
  • 2006 "King of My Castle" - Yanou ft. Liz
  • 2007 "Sun Is Shining"- Yanou
  • 2007 "What Hurts the Most (Yanou's Candlelight Mix)" - Cascada
  • 2008 "A Girl Like You" - Yanou ft. Mark Daviz
  • 2008 "Children of the Sun" - Yanou
  • 2009 "Brighter Day" - Yanou ft. Anita Davis
  • 2009 "Draw the Line (Yanou's Candlelight Mix) - Cascada
  • 2011 "San Francisco" - Cascada
  • 2012 "25 Lightyears Away - Yanou
  • 2014 "Bring on The Sun" - Yanou ft. Andreas Johnson

Beam & Yanou[edit]

  • 1997 "On Y Va"
  • 1998 "Paraiso"
  • 2000 "Rainbow of Mine"
  • 2000 "Sound of Love"
  • 2000 "Free Fall"

Remixes[edit]

  • 1997 "Shout! (Beam & Yanou Remix)"
  • 1997 "Sash! - Le Disc Jockey (Beam & Yanou Remix) "
  • 1997 "The Original (Beam & Yanou Remix)"
  • 1997 "The Full House (Beam & Yanou Remix)"
  • 1998 "Deeper Than Deep (Beam & Yanou Remix)"
  • 1998 "Light of Mystery (Beam & Yanou Remix)"
  • 1999 "Look at Us (Beam vs. Yanou)"
  • 2000 "E Nomine - E Nomine (Beam & Yanou)"
  • 2000 "Sinéad O'Connor - Nothing Compares 2 U (Beam & Yanou)"
  • 2000 "Love Is the Answer (Beam & Yanou)"
  • 2000 "Cosmic Gate - Somewhere Over the Rainbow / Fire Wire (Beam & Yanou)"
  • 2001 "Geil (DJ Beam & Yanou)"
  • 2001 "Cosmic Gate - Somewhere Over the Rainbow (Part II) (Beam & Yanou)"

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cascada seeking success in United States". Reading Eagle. 22 April 2008. Retrieved 30 December 2010. 

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