Τετάρτη, 20 Φεβρουαρίου 2013

395-(Α' ΜΕΡΟΣ) Αν μ' αγαπάς (Blue Spanish Eyes)

Α' ΜΕΡΟΣ
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από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJhnf97sAMI

ΚΩΣΤΗΣ ΧΡΗΣΤΟΥ
Αν μ' αγαπάς (Blue Spanish Eyes)
Μουσική-Στίχοι: Bert Kaempfert-Charles Singleton-Eddie Snyder, Ελληνικοί Στίχοι:
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ΑΠΟ ΤΟ LP "ΚΑΤΙ ΔΕΙΛΙΝΑ"-1981
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από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9IyYGbOkuoI
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=En9YcDDRdco

Jimmy Makulis
Rot Ist Der Wein - Blue Spanish Eyes
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1971
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Rot ist der Wein,
blau ist das Meer und strahlend der Sonnenschein.
Süß wie der Wein,
so soll die Liebe immer für uns sein.
Hörst du das Lied,
spürst du das Wunder, das mit uns geschieht?
Jahre vergeh'n,
doch dieser Tag bleibt für uns beide schön.

[instr.]

Rot ist der Wein,
blau ist das Meer und wird es ewig sein.
Jahre vergeh'n,
doch dieser Tag bleibt für uns beide schön.
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Jimmy Makulis war zunächst als Sekretär der britischen Botschaft in Griechenland tätig. 1949 gewann er in Athen einen Gesangswettbewerb, aufgrund dessen er bald zu einem erfolgreichen Sänger in seinem Heimatland wurde. Mitte der 1950er Jahre kam er nach Deutschland. Sein erster großer Erfolg im deutschsprachigen Bereich war 1956 das Lied Auf Cuba sind die Mädchen braun. Der größte Erfolg kam dann 1959 mit der Coverversion des Liedes Gitarren klingen leise durch die Nacht, ursprünglich ein Hit des DDR-Sängers Günter Geißler, der heute zu den Evergreens des deutschen Schlagers gehört. Wegen seines perfekten Aussehens und Auftretens nannten ihn die Medien den „Sinatra des Orients". In jener Zeit lebte er in München. Auch im Duett, zuerst mit Lolita (1958) und später mit Nina (1961/62) hatte er Erfolg.
1961 wirkte Makulis unter der Regie von Otto Ambros in dem Spielfilm Auf den Straßen einer Stadt mit. Im selben Jahr vertrat er Österreich beim Eurovision Song Contest. Sein Lied Sehnsucht belegte dort Platz 15 -- damit war er punktgleich Letzter. 1962 nahm Makulis an den Deutschen Schlager-Festspielen 1962 teil. Sein Lied Ich habe im Leben nur dich kam jedoch nur auf den letzten Platz. Dennoch konnte sich der Titel 12 Wochen in den deutschen Charts halten.
1966 wechselte Makulis in die USA, wo er in Las Vegas einige beachtliche Erfolge erzielte. Seit 1985 wohnte Jimmy Makulis wieder in seiner Heimat Griechenland und nahm 1990 an der griechischen Vorausscheidung für den Song Contest teil, jedoch ohne Erfolg. Anfang der 1990er Jahre kehrte er wieder nach Deutschland zurück und hatte auch noch ein paar kleinere Erfolge. Makulis sang in zehn Sprachen. Er war verheiratet mit einer Berlinerin.
Am 28. Oktober 2007 starb Makulis im Alter von 72 Jahren in einem Krankenhaus in Athen, nachdem er sich einer Herzoperation hatte unterziehen müssen.
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από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d345-c2pwJE

Nana Mouskouri
Rot ist der Wein - Blue Spanish Eyes
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LP "Sing dein Lied" (1979)
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από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4POEVgE0LA
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXGGmEB-YRw
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvrM-p90n80
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4G4U7oRvfQ
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9gfA_0d4pvE
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMZ0LnEJbog
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E29x5KblcFc
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5S9ilRWLJYc

Nana Mouskouri
Vivre au soleil - (Blue Spanish Eyes)
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Vivre au soleil
Entre le bleu du ciel et l'océan
Vivre au soleil
Entre une guitare et l'oiseau blanc

Viens, viens danser
Cent mille musiciens sont dans nos yeux
Viens oublier
Que nous sommes à Paris au coin du feu

Vivre au soleil
C'est la seule saison des amoureux
Vivre au soleil
Et tant pis si la neige est au milieu

Viens, viens danser
Sous toutes les étoiles de la nuit
Viens oublier
Que nous sommes en plein hiver à Paris

Viens, viens danser
Sous toutes les étoiles de la nuit
Viens oublier
Que nous sommes en plein hiver à Paris

Que nous sommes en plein hiver à Paris
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1979
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La cantante greca poliglotta Nana Mouskouri ha venduto 300 milioni di copie di dischi e ha avuto il tempo di incidere anche la canzone "Vivre au soleil" con musica di "Moon over Naples" , brano musicale del grande Maestro e Direttore d'orchestra Bert Kaempfert, autore di musiche memorabili come "Morgen" e "Stranger in the nigth" .
"Moon over Naples" ha dato luogo a tre canzoni in inglese, la più nota "Spanish eyes", le altre due hanno mantenuto il titolo del brano origine Moon over Naples e sono cantate da Tony Christie e Wayne Newton e da Gary Jerome in versione più breve.
Inoltre esistono due versioni in tedesco: Rot ist der wein, portata al successo da Ivo Robic' e "Rot war dein mund" cantata splendidamente da Bobby Solo.
Vi sono inoltre versioni in italiano e svedese.

Qui di seguito il testo della Canzone "Vivre au soleil", che si potrebbe cantare e dedicarla a Napoli sostituendo " Paris" con " Napolì " con l'accento sulla ì.
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Album : "Vivre Au Soleil" 1979
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Octobre 1979
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Arrgts. A.Goraguer
Adapt. E.Marnay
Palmares des chansons 1980
Présentation : Guy Lux
Album : Vivre Au Soleil 1979
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από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enIdTGckjKs
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQZ6YFyeZqI
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ajmgyxr-Z8M
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTYkyPHHmLE
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ma_ttXS9mrk

AL MARTINO
Blue Spanish Eyes
Μουσική-Στίχοι: Bert Kaempfert-Charles Singleton-Eddie Snyder                  
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Live on German TV - 26th August 1967. This was the second day of colour tramsmissions in Germany. "Gala-Abend der Schallplatte" was a live show from the 25th Funkausstellung IFA in Berlin intended to showcase international artists and the new technology of colour TV.
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Blue Spanish eyes
Teardrops are falling from your Spanish eyes
Please, please don't cry

This is just adios and not goodbye
Soon I'll return
Bringing you all the love your heart can hold
Please say "Si, si"
Say you and your Spanish eyes will wait for me

Blue Spanish eyes
Prettiest eyes in all of Mexico
True Spanish eyes

Please smile at me once more before I go
Soon I'll return
Bringing you all the love your heart can hold
Please say "Si, si"
Say you and your Spanish eyes will wait for me
Say you and your Spanish eyes will wait for me
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Al Martino - Spanish Eyes 1967, (born Alfred Cini, October 7, 1927 October 13, 2009)
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Spanish Eyes was derived from the instrumental, Moon Over Naples by Bert Kaempfert. It was recorded by Al Martino following the lyrics and adaptations were made by Eddie Snyder and Charles Singleton. It reached number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 1 on the Adult Contemporary Charts in the USA in 1966.
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(1966)
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Al Martino (born Alfred Cini, October 7, 1927 -- October 13, 2009) was an American singer and actor. He had his greatest success as a singer between the early 1950s and mid 1970s, being described as "one of the great Italian American pop crooners", and also became well known as an actor, particularly for his role as singer Johnny Fontane in The Godfather.

Alfred Cini was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His parents were immigrants from Malta who ran a construction business, and while growing up he worked alongside his brothers as a bricklayer. However, he was inspired to become a singer by emulating artists such as Al Jolson and Perry Como, and by the success of a family friend, Alfredo Cocozza, who had changed his name to Mario Lanza. After serving with the United States Marines in World War II, including being a part of the Iwo Jima invasion where he was wounded, Cini began his singing career. Encouraged by Lanza, he adopted the stage name Al Martino, taken from his mother's maiden name, and began singing in local nightclubs. In 1948 he moved to New York City, and in 1952 won first place on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts television program with a performance of Como's hit "If".

The record's success led to a deal with Capitol Records, and he released three more singles — "Take My Heart," "Rachel," and "When You're Mine" — through 1953, all of which hit the U.S. Top 40.[1] However, his success also attracted the attention of the Mafia, which bought out Martino's management contract and ordered him to pay $75,000 as a safeguard for their investment.After making a down-payment to appease them, he moved to Britain. His popularity allowed him to continue to perform and record successfully in the UK, headlining at the London Palladium and having six further British chart hits in the period up to 1955, including "Now" and "Wanted". However, his work received no exposure back in the US In 1958, thanks to the intervention of a family friend, Martino was allowed to return to the US and resume his recording career, but he faced difficulties in re-establishing himself, especially with the arrival of rock and roll. The success of his 1962 album The Exciting Voice of Al Martino secured him a new contract with Capitol, and was followed by a mostly Italian language album, The Italian Voice of Al Martino, which featured his version of the then internationally popular song, "Al Di Là." He also made several high-profile television appearances, helping to re-establish his visibility.

In 1963, he had his biggest US chart success with "I Love You Because", a cover of Leon Payne's 1950 country music hit. Arranged by Belford Hendricks, Martino's version went to #3 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, and #1 on the Easy Listening chart. The album of the same name went Top 10 in the Billboard 200. Martino had four other US top 10 hits in 1963 and 1964 - "Painted, Tainted Rose" (1963), "I Love You More and More Every Day", "Tears and Roses" and "Silver Bells" (all 1964). He also sang the title song for the 1964 film, Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte. One of his biggest hits was "Spanish Eyes", achieving several gold and platinum discs for sales issued in 1973.The song, with a tune by Bert Kaempfert originally titled "Moon Over Naples", is among the 50 most played songs worldwide.

Martino's run of chart success faded after the mid-1960s, although many of his records continued to reach the US Hot 100. Another later hit was a disco version of "Volare", (also known as "Nel blu, Dipinto di Blu"). In 1976, it reached number one on the Italian and Flemish charts, and was in the Top Ten in Spain.

Apart from singing, Martino played the role of Johnny Fontane in the 1972 film The Godfather, as well as singing the film's theme, "Speak Softly Love". He played the same role in The Godfather Part III and The Godfather Trilogy: 1901--1980. He later returned to acting, playing aging crooner Sal Stevens in the short film Cutout, appearing in film festivals around the world in 2006.

Martino died on October 13, 2009 at his childhood home in Springfield, Pennsylvania, 6 days after his 82nd birthday. Martino was survived by his wife Judi and three children. In December 2009, Al Martino was inducted into the Hit Parade Hall of Fame.
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από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajchHifnc48
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUs5OIUzYAw

Marty Robbins
Blue Spanish Eyes
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A rare clip of Marty Robbins singing Blue Spanish Eyes. He never recorded that song, maybe he sang with some of his own lyrics as he even didn't remember the words!!!
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Nashville Red Carpet
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από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qxjv22-7gOU
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_m9tCVFb1M

IVO ROBIĆ
Rot ist der Wein (Blue Spanish Eyes)
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Ivo Robić and his great German success ROT IST DER WEIN (The Wine is red) a cover of the song BLUE SPANISH EYES - MOON OVER NAPLES sang by Al Martino, Milva, Engelbert Humperdinck ... Robić recorded 3 versions of this song : 1. MOND GUTER FREUND -the 1st german promo version which was not released until few years ago 2. ROT IST DER WEIN and 3. LIJEP JE NAŠ DAN - the Croatian version of this song
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Il brano strumentale -Moon Over Naples-di Bert Krampfert dall'LP The Magic Music of Far Away Places
E' stato utilizzato come base musicale per diverse canzoni
La più nota è stata: Spanish Eyes
Ivo Robić (Mister Morgen) canta una delle due versioni in tedesco "Rot ist der wein"
Questo filmato, fatto con foto scattate da me, è dedicato a Napoli, al maestro Bert Kampfert e ad Ivo Robić, poliglotta cantante croato, che ebbe successo in Germania e negli Stati Uniti in particolare con la versione cantata di MORGEN, altro successo del Maestro Bert Kampfert
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από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x76xuKme7PY

IVO ROBIĆ
Lijep Je Naš Dan (Blue Spanish Eyes)
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από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSUwbfGc_mQ
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7SN8jt5upM
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tumJWUGBx0

Bert Kaempfert Orchestra
Moon Over Naples (Blue Spanish Eyes)
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από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmHkRPZcTYk
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIyXFyR9JBQ
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kFsOScYEic
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GExSOquQWx8
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rshIS3YX_2o
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqfAX64Kulo
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vSrsYhfn-M
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07ngkAzuoS8

Elvis Presley
Blue Spanish Eyes
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Recorded on Sunday, 16 December 1973
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Recorded live at The Hilton. January 27, 1974 MS. Las Vegas, NV
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από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4s__QO9kG0
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a22XVAYQhtk
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1QdLg3fIpg
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3FSK5AuuGU
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uH5oWGsU6NA
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhDwqaaf_Sc
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JMmBnWf3KM
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTUpWwDRrv8
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpDt4t0VRMo
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkB8jqn-W8k
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7w30rjK4e4
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYK82BJap8Q
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGL_JR3df90
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADvuL-dmwYM
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3VWYCk-7HE
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETPMMOuHGvE
από http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vC9hjcfuw48

Engelbert Humperdinck
Blue Spanish Eyes
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1969
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In TWO Languages ENGLISH-Blue Spanish Eyes & SPANISH-Ojos Espagnoles
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Live 2000
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The original title of the 1965 instrumental composition was "Moon Over Naples."
It would become a hit single in 1966 for Al Martino when lyrics were added by composer Eddie Snyder and songwriter Charlie Singleton, and the title changed to "Spanish Eyes."
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from 1972 TV series "Engelbert and The Young Generation"
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(1994)
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Especial Nochevieja TVE 1974
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