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Aber Bitte Mit Sahne II [Import]

Udo JurgensAudio CD
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  • Audio CD (March 2, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Ariola Germany
  • ASIN: B00000I305
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #831,878 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Paris, Einfach So Nur Zum
2. Gestern War Es Noch Liebe
3. Liebe Vaterland
4. Was Wirklinch Zahlt Auf D
5. Sag Mir Wie
6. Nur Ein Lacheln
7. Zeig Mir Den Platz An Der
8. Trumschiff
9. Rot Bluht Der Mohn
10. Liebe Ohne Leiden
11. Gaby Wartet Im Park
12. Boogie Woogie Baby
13. Ich Schrieb Nie Ein Lied
14. Die Sonne Und Du
15. Alles Im Griff (Auf Dem S
16. Matador
17. Vielen Dank Fur Die Blume
18. Aber Bitte Mit Sahne

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4.0 out of 5 stars The german Schlager in general and Udo in particular April 30, 2001
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I'm Swiss, 42 years old and mainly a 70's Rock fan. Concerning modern music there were just two inputs from my parents side. In 1976 my father to everybody's surprise started to listen to Barry White, whom I've come to appreciate myself. More recently I heard my mother play an Udo Juergens cassette. (By the way if she's right then contrary to his claim of 66 Udo is about 70 years old - she remembers fancying him as a young girl in Vienna when, about the same age, he just started his career). In any case, he is still going strong. Udo Juergens is what Germans call a "Schlagersaenger". As opposed to other languages (English, French, Italian, Spanish,..) this term has a somewhat negative connotation in German speaking countries. I suppose these are some reasons: Germans (at least the older folks) tend to draw a line between serious music (e.g. classic) and inferior popular music (Unterhaltungsmusik). Furthermore, I believe it i s in fact more difficult to sing popular music in German because it's harder to find rhymes that make sense. Or maybe German speaking folks are just genetically less musical than other peoples. All the Schlagersaenger that I know of sound cheesy (schmalzig) more often than singers of another tongue. Fortunately a couple of them get it right every now and then. Let me mention Alexandra, Daliah Lavi, Peter Maffay, and of course Udo Juergens.
As to the latter, the two compilations "Aber bitte mit Sahne" I and II really minimize the Schmalz and offer some great tunes. My favorites on II are Lieb Vaterland, Traumschiff, Rot blueht der Mohn, Liebe ohne Leiden. I hate to admit it but occasionally the melodies almost (not quite - whence only 4 stars) measure up to the best of the Beatles, Moody Blues, or YES.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Brings back memories! June 18, 2012
By viansi
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I was looking for some good, old German "Schlager", and came up on this CD.
Having grown up in Germany with parents that loved Schlager, this CD sure brings back some great memories.
Most songs are famous, but "Aber Bitte Mit Sahne" is a classic!
Love it, love it, love it!
A must if you grew up in the 1980s in Germany, and miss the "good, ole' days"...
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