father as composer, manager and producer. In 1967 she received an offer to sing for Luxembourg at the ''Eurovision Song Contest'' with the song "L'amour est bleu (Love is Blue)". She finished in fourth place but the song became one of the biggest worldwide hits of the year and was covered by many artists. She was shortly singing in eight languages with her albums, singles and EPs being sold all over the world. She became particularly successful in Japan and Canada
;. This was the beginning of a successful career for her with her father as composer, manager and producer. In 1967 she received an offer to sing for Luxembourg at the ''Eurovision Song Contest'' with the song "L'amour est bleu (Love is Blue)". She finished in fourth place but the song became one of the biggest worldwide hits of the year and was covered by many artists. She was shortly singing in eight languages with her albums, singles and EPs being sold all over the world. She
-one singles with "Out of the Blue (Out of the Blue (Delta Goodrem song))" and "Almost Here (Almost Here (song))", and the rest of the albums singles; "Mistaken Identity (Mistaken Identity (Delta Goodrem song))" and "A Little Too Late (A Little Too Late (Delta Goodrem song))", became top twenty hits. The album features Goodrem's first duet, "Almost Here" (with Irish singer Brian McFadden).
between 1995 and 2000, Wilkie mainly released as "lotte ohm." (not to be confused with the German actress by the same name). This included several albums, singles, remixes and collaborations with various members of Germany's electronic and hip hop (hip hop music) scene. He also appeared as "The Dope Fiend" and as a member of zany dada-electro duo "Pieter Bohlen & Dieter Maffay", together with Gautsch (aka DJ Malente). In 1996 he produced ''Empty Chairs'' by Colin Wilkie, his father. http: www.plaene-records.de wilkie.htm Straus was born at Pressburg. He studied at the Vienna Conservatorium from 1843 to 1848, as a pupil of Böhm (Joseph Böhm); made his first appearance in 1850, and five years afterwards made a tour in Italy; in 1857 he became acquainted with his lifelong friend, the cellist Piatti (Carlo Alfredo Piatti), and toured with him in Germany and Sweden. From 1860 to 1864 he was concert-meister at Frankfurt (Frankfurt am Main), and during these years he visited England frequently, in the year 1864 taking up his residence there. thumb Johann Baptist Cramer "drawn from Life & on Stone" by William Sharp (engraver) William Sharp (File:Johann Baptist Cramer by William Sharp.jpg) '''Johann Baptist Cramer''' (24 February 1771 – 16 April 1858) was an English (England) musician of German (Germany) origin. He was the son of Wilhelm Cramer, a famous London violinist and musical conductor, one of a numerous family who were identified with the progress of music during the 18th and 19th centuries. '''Meppen''' is a town in and the seat of the Emsland district of Lower Saxony, Germany, at the confluence of the Ems (Ems (river)), Hase, and Nordradde rivers and the Dortmund-Ems canal (DEK). The name stems from the word ''Mappe'', meaning "delta (River delta)". Seven NATO navies regularly contribute to the force. Belgium, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, and United Kingdom provide ships continuously. Denmark and Poland provide ships as national priorities permit. New NATO members Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania joined the group in beginning in 2005. '''Boris Dlugosch''' is a house music producer (music producer) from Germany. Boris is usually known for funky deep house (house music) tracks, mostly produced in conjunction with Mousse T. and Michi Lange, his partners in the Peppermint Jam Records label. IMO Records. "Boris Dlugosch Biography", ''IMO Records'', London, 25 January 2012. Retrieved on 25 January 2012. '''Rainer Candidus Barzel''' (June 20, 1924 – August 26, 2006) was a German (Germany) politician of the CDU (Christian Democratic Union (Germany)). ALTERNATIVE NAMES Barzel, Rainer Candidus SHORT DESCRIPTION German (Germany) politician of the CDU (Christian Democratic Union (Germany)) DATE OF BIRTH June 20, 1924 '''Bad Nenndorf''' is a small town in the district of Schaumburg, Lower Saxony, Germany. Its population is 10,210 (2005). It is situated approx. 12 km east of Stadthagen, and 25 km west of Hanover, at the southern edge of the North German Plain and the northern edge of the Deister ridge. The area of the town includes the outlying villages of Riepen, Horsten and Waltringhausen. This area was home to many Transylvanian Saxons although after 1989 much of this community emigrated to Germany. The center of the village was built by this group and shows the influence of German (Germany) architecture. Separate from this there is a crowded Romanian-built area featuring a small church and houses dating at least to the early 19th century. A new center was built closer to Braşov during the communist era to house migrating workers for the tractor and bus factories in the city. Since the Romanian Revolution of 1989 new, more luxurious houses have been built on the outskirts of the village, slowly linking it with Braşov. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany
genres. The label has released hundreds of albums, singles, and compilations, and is the biggest synthpop label in the U.S.
;ref Billboard.biz - Music Business - Billboard Charts - Album Sales - Concert Tours Two of the albums singles landed in the Country top 20: "That's The Kind Of Mood I'm In"#13, and "The Last Thing On My Mind" #20. right (Image:MOMap-doton-Peace Valley.png) '''Peace Valley''' is a small unincorporated community (unincorporated area) in eastern Howell County, Missouri Howell County
, a preview of the American (United States) faction from the following set, ''Pirates of the Revolution''. This page lists albums, singles and compilations by the musician '''Elvis Costello''', distinguishing between United States and United Kingdom release dates and record labels. Of note are the reissue series, Costello's back-catalogue having undergone that treatment three times by three different companies. '''Andy Offutt Irwin''' (born 1957) is an United States