Lemper, Ute: Rendezvous With Marlene

SKU: 40331560
Ute Lemper: Rendezvous With Marlene

Lemper, Ute: Rendezvous With Marlene

SKU: 40331560

Format: CD

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Title: Rendezvous With Marlene
Artist: Lemper, Ute
Label: Jazzhaus Records
UPC: 4260075861869
Genre: Jazz

This album is based on a 3 hour phone call and exchange between Marlene Dietrich and Ute in 1988 in Paris, 30 years ago. After receiving the French Moliére Award for her performance in Cabaret in Paris, Ute had sent a postcard to Marlene, who had lived at 12 Avenue de Montaigne since 1979, essentially apologizing for all the media attention comparing her to Marlene Dietrich. Ute was just at the beginning of her career in theater and music, whereas Marlene looked back on a long, fulfilled life of movies, music, incredible collaborations, love stories and stardom .What a secret gift to hear Marlene talk about her life, her work and style, her love for the poet Rilke, her complicated relationship with Germany, her sorrow and her fascinations. Six days before Ute's opening night playing the part of Lola in the 1992 Blue Angel production in Berlin - the role that had made Marlene a star in 1928 - Marlene Dietrich passed away in Paris. After her glamorous funeral in La Madeleine, Marlene finally came back to Berlin to be put to rest. Ute tells us Marlene's story, along with singing her fabulous songs from all the chapters of her life, from the Berlin cabaret years to her fabulous Burt Bacharach collaborations.

1.1 One for My Baby
1.2 Lili Marleen
1.3 They Call Me Naughty Lola
1.4 Blowing in the Wind
1.5 Marie, Marie
1.6 Ruins of Berlin
1.7 Und Wenn Er Wiederkommt
1.8 When the World Was Young
1.9 Wenn Ich Mir Was Wünschen Duerfte
1.10 Want to Buy Some Illusions
1.11 Que Reste-T-Il de Nos Amour
1.12 The Laziest Gal in Town
1.13 Where Have All the Flowers Gone
1.14 Just a Gigolo
1.15 Falling in Love Again
1.16 Ich Hab' Noch Einen Koffer in Berlin
1.17 Allein in Einer Großen Stadt
1.18 Dejeuner Du Matin
1.19 Wenn Der Sommer Wieder Einzieht
1.20 SCH..., Kleines Baby

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