UFA-Dabei 805/1971 17.12.1971


Music magazine ' 71 avid music fans: dance, stretch your arms in the air. Drummer and guitarist in the artificial fog.
Swivel in record business with young buyers with headphones. Posters by Roy Black, Udo Jürgens, Heino, Dunja Rajter, Daliah LAVI sing it: Daliah LAVI "Jerusalem" Danyel Gerard "Butterfly" Mireille Mathieu "Acropolis" intermediate cuts passers-by of the Mönckebergstraße.
Roy Black "Where are you" Heino "O you lovely Westerwald" one "Daughter of the Fireplace" interviews: with young people on the road to the question of how much they've spent in the past year for records and concerts: sound bites: "30-40 mark." - "I just 60 mark." - "maybe 150 mark." - "maybe 300 mark." - for records and concerts? Well, so the 1500 mark."
Stray "All in your mind".
Eric Burdon band ten years after Benny Goodman Ella Fitzgerald sugar cane Harris

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Hamburg ; Berlin


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UFA-Dabei 805/1971

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As the year 1971 review: music - magazine ' 71 camera: Rühe role 1 deep purple, Rollg. Stones, Halliday, stray, Daliah LAVI, Daniel Gérard, Mireille Mathieu origin: Archive role 2 Roy black, Heino, man, stray, Eric Burdon origin: Archive role 3 ten years after, Benny Goodman, Ella Fitzger., bln. Jazz days origin: archive at the beginning and end of total length

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Mireille Mathieu turns 75 (*July 22, 1946)

The fairy-tale career of Mireille Mathieu is like a modern version of Cinderella. The little girl from a poor home in provincial France has one passion: singing. She dreams of becoming a singer – just like her great role model Edith Piaf. At the age of 14 she left school without a diploma and worked as an unskilled labourer in a paper factory to help support her 16-member family. Until one day in November 1965 when she won the television show "Télé Dimanche" with a Piaf interpretation and became the talk of the town as the reincarnation of the "Sparrow of Paris”.

Her first single promptly sold 1.7 million copies, and the song "Mon Crédo" climbed to No. 1 in the French charts. Songs like "Acropolis adieu" and "La Palome adé" eventually made the chansonette world famous. In her career spanning more than 50 years, the petite woman with the striking pageboy haircut has recorded 1,200 songs in eleven languages, sold almost 190 million records and completed seven world tours. She has hosted her own television shows in France, Germany and Italy, performed on stage with ABBA, Tom Jones and Charles Aznavour, and sung for heads of state such as Elizabeth II, Nicolas Sarkozy and Vladimir Putin. The poor girl has become a world star.

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