Carmela Corren: Eine Rose aus Santa Monica - Schlager-Raritäten (CD)
Carmela Corren was born Carmela Bizman on February 13, 1938 in Tel Aviv, Israel. She trained as a dancer, but switched to singing due to an injury.
Carmela Corren was discovered by TV producer Ed Sullivan, who introduced her on his show. Carmela Corren toured with Cliff Richard and performed in English clubs.
At the beginning of the 60s, Carmela Corren also came to the attention of German audiences. With Sei nicht traurig, geliebte Mama (Don't be sad, beloved Mama) she achieved her first chart success (1961, number 24). With Eine Rose aus Santa Monica, she reached seventh place at the 1962 German Schlager Festival in Baden-Baden. The single reached number 3 in the German sales charts in March 1962.
In the same year, she achieved three more chart successes with Wann kommt der Tag (Platz 19), Die Nacht ist so schön (Platz 40) and Surabaya (Platz 24).
More successful singles followed until the mid-60s. Carmela Corren also appeared in feature films such as Drei Liebesbriefe aus Tirol and Tanze mit mir in den Morgen.
Carmela Corren died on 16.01.2022
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|Corren, Carmela - Eine Rose aus Santa Monica - Schlager-Raritäten (CD) CD 1|
|01||Sei nicht traurig, geliebte Mama (You're Not Losing A Daughter, Mama)||Carmela Corren||
|02||Immer geht das Leben weiter||Carmela Corren||
|03||Eine Rose aus Santa Monica||Carmela Corren||
|04||Irgendwie geht es immer weiter||Carmela Corren||
|05||Die Nacht ist so schön||Carmela Corren||
|06||Wann kommt der Tag||Carmela Corren||
|07||Hava Naghila||Carmela Corren||
|08||Mein Shtetele Belz (This Wonderful Girl Of Mine)||Carmela Corren||
|10||Blauer Wind von Mexiko||Carmela Corren||
|11||Der feine Gentleman (Qu'il était triste cet anglais)||Carmela Corren||
|12||Dreh' dich nicht um||Carmela Corren||
Eine Rose aus Santa Monica
She was the first of several Israeli women (Esther Ofarim, Ilanit, Hanna Aroni) who sought their show luck in Central Europe in the sixties and seventies. Born Carmela Bizman in Tel Aviv (where she lives again today) on February 13, 1938, she came to Germany after appearances in several US shows. In 1962 she only finished eighth at the German Schlagerfestspiele with Eine Rose aus Santa Monica (which at the time also meant the qualification for the Grand Prix), but besides Conny Froboess' winning song Two Little Italians she was the biggest commercial success. In 1963 she finally went to the start for Austria with Vielleicht geschieht ein Wunder, but only took seventh place. She also took part in the Swiss Grand Prix preselection in 1965 - with two titles (One day and Ay, ay, laughing sun).
Carmela was the first in a long line of Israeli singers (Esther Ofarim, Ilanit, Hanna Aroni) who took a crack at show business success in Europe in the sixties and seventies. She was born Carmela Bizman on February 13th 1938 in Tel Aviv, where she still lives. After a number of TV appearances in the USA, she came to Germany in 1962 to compete in the Schlagerfestspiele, the festival which served as the Eurovision selection that year. She came only 8th, but her Eine Rose aus Santa Monica and Conny Froboess’ winning song Zwei kleine Italiener were the big commercial successes of the festival. She made it to the Eurovision Song Contest singing for Austria in 1963, but Vielleicht geschieht ein Wunder only merited a 7th place in London. In 1965 she took part in the Swiss Eurovision final with two song
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