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Lale Andersen: Wie einst Lili Marleen 1935-1953 (3-CD)

3-CD Digipak (8-page) with 92-page booklet, 87 single titles. Playing time approx. 259 minutes. 

The term'musical legend' is overused, but it applies unreservedly to Lale Andersen. The singer and actress (1905 - 1972) from Bremerhaven belongs to the small series of real German cult stars. Her artistic work, which went far beyond singing about maritime themes such as the fate of sailors and harbor dreams, about long distance and homesickness, has lost none of its importance and sustainability over several decades - on the contrary. 

Up to now, the work of the artist, with which she founded her later fame, has always been somewhat overshadowed - Andersen's early years proved to be too extensive and thus also difficult to research. After intensive, time-consuming material research, Bear Family can now offer a 3-CD compendium, which has never existed in this compact form before and to which collectors and a loyal Andersen fan base can equally look forward:'As once Lili Marleen' documents the first career stages of this important German-language singer by means of recordings, some of which are extremely rare. 

The CD set presents a total of 87 recordings which were originally released on shellac: with (dance) orchestras, with (children's) choirs and small and large ensembles; there are recordings with 
Vico Torriani and Ralph Maria Siegel.  

Lale Andersen can be heard with hits, with music from films and comedies. She is present in English (Sing, Nightingale, Sing), dedicated herself early on to German versions of international classics like Besame Mucho, La vie en rose and Twilight Time, was sporty (Theodor im Fußballtor, Goal[Tor]), sang Seemanns Schnadahüpferln as well as pilots, Die Frau im Mond and a racing bride. 

Of course, her world hit Lili Marleen, composed by Norbert Schulze and Hans Leip (translated into several dozen languages), will be there - in addition to the original version in two further versions - as well as further milestones of her extensive repertoire, for example once more to Bombay, Under an umbrella in the evening, Under the red lantern of St. Pauli and many others. 

The recordings for labels such as Grammophon, Telefunken, Electrola and Decca/Switzerland (which were made in Berlin, Hamburg, Bern, Zurich and Helsinki) only the Polydor recordings of the years 1935 - 1953 were excluded (they already exist on other Bear Family CDs!), radio and non-commercial recordings were also excluded. 

Lale Andersen came into direct contact with such great musicians, producers and arrangers as Béla Sanders, Michael Jary, Gerhard Gregor and Helmut Zacharias in her studio activities; as early as 1939 she sang the title Port is Left, for which a co-composer named Rolf Rosswiese was responsible - this is a pseudonym for the later world-famous director Rolf Liebermann. 

An extensive booklet, written by Dr. Gisela Lehrke, enriched with numerous illustrations, rounds off the edition.

Article properties:Lale Andersen: Wie einst Lili Marleen 1935-1953 (3-CD)

  • Interpret: Lale Andersen

  • Album titlle: Wie einst Lili Marleen 1935-1953 (3-CD)

  • Genre Schlager und Volksmusik

  • Label Bear Family Records

  • Edition 2 Deluxe Edition
  • Preiscode CH
  • Artikelart CD

  • EAN: 4000127160720

  • weight in Kg 0.21
Andersen, Lale - Wie einst Lili Marleen 1935-1953 (3-CD) CD 1
01Lied eines jungen Wachtpostens (Lili Marleen)Lale Andersen
02Drei rote Rosen (Gedenken)Lale Andersen
03Der FeldmohnLale Andersen
04Es geht alles vorüber, es geht alles vorbeiLale Andersen
05Unter der roten Laterne von St. PauliLale Andersen
06Unter einem Regenschirm am AbendLale Andersen
07Das muß man alles verstehen (in Puerto AlegreLale Andersen
08Und wieder geht ein schöner Tag zu EndeLale Andersen
09PilotenLale Andersen
10Da draußen am HafenLale Andersen
11Denn du weißtLale Andersen
12Eine Frau von HeutÆLale Andersen
13Um das bißchen LiebeLale Andersen
14Einmal noch nach Bombay (O Jonny)Lale Andersen
15Es fährt ein SchiffàLale Andersen
16Der schwarze RudolfLale Andersen
17Am KaiLale Andersen
18Heinemann (Der kleine Seemann)Lale Andersen
19Backbord ist links (Schiffsjungenlied)Lale Andersen
20Liebeslied am HafenLale Andersen
21Der Junge an der RelingLale Andersen
22Laß mich gehenLale Andersen
23Das Glück wird manchmal WirklichkeitLale Andersen
24Seemanns SchnadahüpferlnLale Andersen
25Zweimal SehnsuchtLale Andersen
26Des Nachts auf hoher See (Charlie)Lale Andersen
27MadeleineLale Andersen
28SchäferliedLale Andersen
29Die Fischer von LangeoogLale Andersen
30StundenlangLale Andersen
31Die Frau im MondLale Andersen
32Regen im AprilLale Andersen
33Hoppla GeorgeLale Andersen
34Maria von Bahia (& Ralph Maria Siegel)Lale Andersen
35HaltÆ dich fest (& Ralph Maria Siegel)Lale Andersen
36Be-Bop-Hosen trägt er nichtLale Andersen
37Regenpfeifer, singÆ dein LiedLale Andersen
38Goal (Tor)Lale Andersen
39Schau mich bitte nicht so anLale Andersen
40In Holland an der NordseeLale Andersen
41Brief an JackLale Andersen
42Der Junge an der RelingLale Andersen
43He, hast du Feuer, SeemannáLale Andersen
44Sehnsucht nach der FerneLale Andersen
45Mit dem alten CowboyLale Andersen
46Theodor im FussballtorLale Andersen
47Kleines MärchenLale Andersen
48BÚsame Mucho (deutsch)Lale Andersen
49Unter der roten Laterne von St. PauliLale Andersen
50Lili MarleenLale Andersen
51Sing', Nachtigall, singLale Andersen
52BillyLale Andersen
53Kleines SommermärchenLale Andersen
54Ich wünsche dir Glück, JonnyLale Andersen
55Das Meer (Beyond The Sea)Lale Andersen
56Piet Rose, der MatroseLale Andersen
57Sing, Nightingale, SingLale Andersen
58Lili Marleen (englisch/deutsch)Lale Andersen
59Mein Schiff, habÆ gute ReiseLale Andersen
60DämmerzeitLale Andersen
61Gold'ner OhrringLale Andersen
62Vorbei û passÚLale Andersen
63GrüssÆ mir das Meer und den WindLale Andersen
64Eine bunt bemalte WiegeLale Andersen
65Fragt dich jemand (& Vico Torriani)Lale Andersen
66Und führ ich ein Mädchen zum Traualtar (& VicLale Andersen
67Eine weisse BlütenketteLale Andersen
68In Montana (Weit ist das Land)Lale Andersen
69SeerosenLale Andersen
70La Seine (deutsch)Lale Andersen
71Mademoiselle de Paris (deutsch)Lale Andersen
72Oh, blasses MondlichtLale Andersen
73Die Hochzeit der Lili MarleenLale Andersen
74Ich hab mich so an dich gewöhntLale Andersen
75Mitten Im KornfeldLale Andersen
76Welche von [den] BeidenáLale Andersen
77SchwizerdütschLale Andersen
78SignorinaLale Andersen
79Lili MarleenLale Andersen
80Sing, Nightingale, Sing (englisch)Lale Andersen
81Rennfahrerbraut (wenn der lange Ferdinand)Lale Andersen
82Der Südwind, der wehtLale Andersen
83Ich wünsche dir Glück, JonnyLale Andersen
84Nach Regen scheint SonneLale Andersen
85Einmal noch nach Bombay (O Jonny)Lale Andersen
86Denn du weißtLale Andersen
87Der FeldmohnLale Andersen
Lale Andersen Liese-Lotte, Helene, Berta - first names, of which Helene at best... more
"Lale Andersen"

Lale Andersen

Liese-Lotte, Helene, Berta - first names, of which Helene at best promises an aura; Liese and Lotte are called cows and horses, Berta is clumsy and peasant, the name of a buxom maid. Liese-Lotte Bunnenberg is hard to articulate and with seven syllables much too long, but in the end not worse or better than most other names. But you can't become a world star, you have to call yourself Lale Andersen.

What's in a name? asked Shakespeare. Everything? Could Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart also have been called Fred Sülzenfuß? Or imagine Joseph and Mary calling their son Rudi. What would have happened to Christianity? Nothing. That's in a name.

But it'll be 30 years before Liese-Lotte becomes Lale. But it is certain that her names were never Carlotta, Helena, Eulalia. There was also no Danish branch of the Andersen family, she neither grew up in Oslo nor is she Norwegian. She wrote herself Liselotte very early, then her first name was Wilke and she called herself Liselott Wilke, then Liselott Wilke-Andersen and Lale Wilke, last but not least Lale Andersen. She used the pseudonyms Nicola Wilke and Krohn or Crohn as lyricist. In 1949 her Swiss passport bears her changed first name and the real name of her second marriage: Liselotte Beul. This is as confusing as it is wrongly stated in numerous publications.

 

This is surpassed by her various years of birth: 1900, 1905, 1908, 1910, 1912, 1915 In all major contemporary reference works except the'Musik-Brockhaus' and the'Deutsche Biographische Enzyklopädie', which indicate the date 23 March 1905 registered by the Royal Hanover Registry Office, the year is differently wrong. If one refrains from journalistic carelessness, there must have been - if desired, intentionally or accidentally - false official entries.

Like many artists and prominent women who were rejuvenated by years and decades - from poetess Else Lasker-Schüler and Marlene Dietrich to the presidential wives Elly Heuss-Knapp and Wilhelmine Lübcke - Lale was always striving to be as young and beautiful as possible. Her year of birth was her private affair and was adapted to the time. She played with the facts and figures of her life and her imagination has captivated her to all kinds of stories, especially as the pressure to live too beautiful is great for every star. Her life could only be happy, interesting, outstanding and extraordinary, just as a normal life is not.

For Lale Andersen, the sky had many colours, as the title of her autobiography published in 1972 suggests. In life, on the other hand, she had enough traction, willpower and Prussian discipline. However, the Nazis succeeded in shaking their foundations and driving them into a hopeless situation.

The daughter of a ship steward

Liese-Lotte was born in Lehe, a market town in the province of Hanover, which had been annexed by the Prussian state in 1866. The town bordered Bremerhaven in Bremen and today Lehe is a district of the largest town on the North Sea. To the east runs the Geeste, a tide-dependent, meandering river, to the west borders the Kaiserhafen, which could be crossed by ferry at Liese-Lotter's time to reach the New Lloydhalle, the'Bahnhof am Meer'. Here the passenger ships of North German Lloyd sailed; every Tuesday morning a fast steamer left for America.

In terms of population Lehe was an up-and-coming town: with almost 25,000 inhabitants it was larger than the other towns of the Lower Weser, Bremerhaven, Geestemünde and Wulsdorf.

The Evangelical-Lutheran family Bunnenberg, Georg Adolf Hinrich and his wife Berta Adelheid as well as their first child Thekla Berta Auguste, lived in Lutherstraße 3, right on the corner of Hafenstraße. Two rooms and a kitchen, through which we went to the balcony and the toilet. Liese-Lotte grew up here in a petit-bourgeois milieu as the daughter of a ship steward who sailed for North German Lloyd. She herself has occasionally indicated the profession of father with helmsman, ship's officer or romantically transfigured with sailor.

The childhood of Liese-Lotte can only be guessed, such as that the Prussian virtues of order, diligence, cleanliness, punctuality and discipline formed the foundations of educat

ion. The father was absent from work frequently and for a long time. The mother was an independent, self-confident woman. If she hadn't been at the beginning of the marriage, then she inevitably learned it, because the entire household management and upbringing of children had to be organized and answered for by her alone. Life did not get any easier when she gave birth to her third child, her son Helmuth Hinrich Adolf Georg at the age of 35...

 

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Tracklist
Andersen, Lale - Wie einst Lili Marleen 1935-1953 (3-CD) CD 1
01 Lied eines jungen Wachtpostens (Lili Marleen)
02 Drei rote Rosen (Gedenken)
03 Der Feldmohn
04 Es geht alles vorüber, es geht alles vorbei
05 Unter der roten Laterne von St. Pauli
06 Unter einem Regenschirm am Abend
07 Das muß man alles verstehen (in Puerto Alegre
08 Und wieder geht ein schöner Tag zu Ende
09 Piloten
10 Da draußen am Hafen
11 Denn du weißt
12 Eine Frau von HeutÆ
13 Um das bißchen Liebe
14 Einmal noch nach Bombay (O Jonny)
15 Es fährt ein Schiffà
16 Der schwarze Rudolf
17 Am Kai
18 Heinemann (Der kleine Seemann)
19 Backbord ist links (Schiffsjungenlied)
20 Liebeslied am Hafen
21 Der Junge an der Reling
22 Laß mich gehen
23 Das Glück wird manchmal Wirklichkeit
24 Seemanns Schnadahüpferln
25 Zweimal Sehnsucht
26 Des Nachts auf hoher See (Charlie)
27 Madeleine
28 Schäferlied
29 Die Fischer von Langeoog
30 Stundenlang
31 Die Frau im Mond
32 Regen im April
33 Hoppla George
34 Maria von Bahia (& Ralph Maria Siegel)
35 HaltÆ dich fest (& Ralph Maria Siegel)
36 Be-Bop-Hosen trägt er nicht
37 Regenpfeifer, singÆ dein Lied
38 Goal (Tor)
39 Schau mich bitte nicht so an
40 In Holland an der Nordsee
41 Brief an Jack
42 Der Junge an der Reling
43 He, hast du Feuer, Seemanná
44 Sehnsucht nach der Ferne
45 Mit dem alten Cowboy
46 Theodor im Fussballtor
47 Kleines Märchen
48 BÚsame Mucho (deutsch)
49 Unter der roten Laterne von St. Pauli
50 Lili Marleen
51 Sing', Nachtigall, sing
52 Billy
53 Kleines Sommermärchen
54 Ich wünsche dir Glück, Jonny
55 Das Meer (Beyond The Sea)
56 Piet Rose, der Matrose
57 Sing, Nightingale, Sing
58 Lili Marleen (englisch/deutsch)
59 Mein Schiff, habÆ gute Reise
60 Dämmerzeit
61 Gold'ner Ohrring
62 Vorbei û passÚ
63 GrüssÆ mir das Meer und den Wind
64 Eine bunt bemalte Wiege
65 Fragt dich jemand (& Vico Torriani)
66 Und führ ich ein Mädchen zum Traualtar (& Vic
67 Eine weisse Blütenkette
68 In Montana (Weit ist das Land)
69 Seerosen
70 La Seine (deutsch)
71 Mademoiselle de Paris (deutsch)
72 Oh, blasses Mondlicht
73 Die Hochzeit der Lili Marleen
74 Ich hab mich so an dich gewöhnt
75 Mitten Im Kornfeld
76 Welche von [den] Beidená
77 Schwizerdütsch
78 Signorina
79 Lili Marleen
80 Sing, Nightingale, Sing (englisch)
81 Rennfahrerbraut (wenn der lange Ferdinand)
82 Der Südwind, der weht
83 Ich wünsche dir Glück, Jonny
84 Nach Regen scheint Sonne
85 Einmal noch nach Bombay (O Jonny)
86 Denn du weißt
87 Der Feldmohn