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Heidi Brühl

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Wir wollen niemals auseinandergehn Heidi Brühl 03:01
Hundert Mann und ein Befehl Heidi Brühl 02:26
Wir wollen niemals auseinandergeh'n Heidi Brühl 02:58
Chico Chico Charlie Heidi Brühl 02:44
Pony-Lied Heidi Brühl 04:21
Pony-Lied (From 'Ferien auf Immenhof') Heidi Brühl, Schöneberger Sängerknaben 04:24
Luna-Luna-Lu, lieber Mond Heidi Brühl 02:25
Immer will ich Dir gehören Heidi Brühl 02:28
Wie wär's mit Charleston Heidi Brühl 02:15
Tag für Tag bekomme ich drei Rosen Heidi Brühl 02:49

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Heidi Rosemarie Brühl (January 30, 1942) was a German actress and recording artist from Gräfelfing, Upper Bavaria. She jumped to fame as a teenager in the 50s for playing the role of Dalli on a series of movies commonly known as “the Immenhof films”—Die Mädels vom Immenhof (1955), Hochzeit auf Immenhof (1955), and Ferien auf Immenhof (1957). Towards the end of the decade, Heidi Brühl landed a record deal with Philips and made her debut with the single “Chico Chico Charlie,” reaching Number 5 on the German charts. In 1960, her single “Wir wollen niemals auseinandergehn” topped the domestic charts and was certified gold. The track was also a contender to represent Germany at the Eurovision Song Contest but finished runner-up. Three years later, Heidi Brül was selected as the German entry at the eighth Eurovision Song Contest with the song “Marcel,” finishing in ninth place. Her studio debut, Annie Get Your Gun - Annie schiess los! saw the light in 1963 and climbed to Number 6 on the German charts, consolidating her status as one of Germany’s biggest pop stars. Subsequently, Heidi Brühl issued the singles “Hundert Mann und ein Befehl” (1966) and “Mein Weg mit dir” (1967), which hit Number 8 and 33, respectively. She resumed her music career in the 80s with the disco-tinged English singles “You Are a Part of My Heart” and “No Ties No Tears.” Heidi Brühl passed away in 1991 at the age of 49.