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Born in Germany on February 25, 1955, folk singer, songwriter, and actress Sybille Baier became an underground music sensation in 2006 when her early ‘70s home recordings were released to critical acclaim. The origins of her career began at a young age, when she learned to play the guitar and piano. She wrote her first song, “Remember the Day”, after taking a road trip across the Alps with a friend. From 1970 to 1973, she recorded her songs acoustically on a reel-to-reel tape recorder, eventually setting the tapes aside. She met director Wim Wenders, who cast her in the 1973 film Alice in the Cities. Two years later, her music was featuring in the film Umarmungen und andere Sachen, directed by Jochen Richter. She decided not to pursue a career in the music or film-making industries, instead moving to America to start a family. Thirty years later, her son Robby discovered her original reel-to-reel tapes and transferred them digitally. He gave copies of the CD to family and friends, one of which ended up in the hands of Dinosaur Jr.’s J Mascis, who then passed it on to Orange Twin Records. With Sibylle’s approval, her recordings were released by Orange Twin as the album Color Green. The album was greeted with universal acclaim from critics and music fans. She began recording again in 2008, with one of her songs used on the soundtrack to Wim Wenders’ Palermo Shooting that same year.