The Greg Leon Invasion - Every Time, Stay With Me Tonight (7", Single). Kondor Recording And Production Ltd. KLP1002. 버전 판매. Donna Summer. Body Talk Donna Summer - Mistaken Identity (Album). Marlene (16) - This Time (Album). Working Week - Surrender (Album).
Marlene Dietrich's recording career spanned sixty years, from 1928 until 1988. She introduced the songs "Falling in Love Again (Can't Help It)" (from the film The Blue Angel) and "See What the Boys in the Back Room Will Have" (from "Destry Rides Again"). She first recorded her version of "Lili Marlene" in 1945. Her first long-playing album was Marlene Dietrich Overseas, was a prestige success for Columbia Records in 1950.
All This Time is a live album and concert film by Sting, recorded and filmed on 11 September 2001. It was recorded at Sting's Villa Il Palagio in Italy in front of a select audience drawn from his fan club and features live versions of Sting's songs from his Police and solo song catalogue. The album and video get their name from the song of the same name from his album The Soul Cages.
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Marlene Dietrich passionately kisses a GI as he arrives home from World War II. It seems that the guy on the left holding her up is enjoying the view. It was first published in Life Magazine with the caption: While soldiers hold her up by her famous legs, Marlene Dietrich is kissed by a home-coming GI. The ship was the Monticello, a converted cruise liner. Her original name was SS Conte Grande and was built in 1927 in Trieste, Italy. During World War II, she was acquired by the United States and was used as an American troopship-renamed USS Monticello (AP-61) in 1942. At the time the photo was taken it was transporting parts of the 2nd infantry division home. Marlene Dietrich (1951).
Sadness was the price to see it end. It's been two years since they told me that. Marlene in the prologue to Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. Marlene Wallace is a major non-playable character in Final Fantasy VII who also appears in Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children where she narrates the beginning. She is the adopted daughter of Barret Wallace. Marlene is bright and intelligent and more mature than most children her age.
|1||All Over The World|
|3||Ooh Baby (Come Closer)|
|4||Smoke Gets In Your Eyes|
|5||I Can Dance|
|8||You Move Me|
|10||Nowhere Without You|
|11||Show Me The Way|
|CJA 1128||Marlene||This Time (LP)||CBS/Sony||CJA 1128||Hong Kong||1987|
|28AH 2227||Marlene||This Time (LP, Album)||CBS/Sony||28AH 2227||Japan||1987|