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Taken from Katja Ebsteins 1977 LP "Liebe" (Love), EMI Electrola – IC 066-32-597.
Katja Ebstein (born Karin Witkiewicz; 9 March 1945) is a German singer. She was born in Girlachsdorf (now Gniewków, Poland). She achieved success with songs such as Theater or Es war einmal ein Jäger. She was married to Christian Bruhn, who wrote many of her songs. She represented West Germany at the Eurovision Song Contest three times, in 1970, 1971, and 1980. Her best performance was in 1980 when she gained second place with the entry Theater
2918 erscheint bei Sony/BMG eine 5 CD-Box namens "Original album classics" mit 5 cd´s von Katja Ebstein. Jose Domingo Aleman Suarez.
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|1||The Star Of Mykonos||3:00|
|3||Inch Allah (Francais)||5:10|
|6||Siempre hay algún milagro||3:33|
|7||Demande à Un Indien Du Pérou||3:10|
|9||Un nuevo día empezará||3:02|
|10||Das Lied meines Lebens||4:48|
|12||Dans 5 minutes||3:35|
NotesTough cover and label says "Amigo (port.)", stating it's the portugues language version, it's actually the spanish language version of "Amigo" on the record.
This particular spanish version of "Amigo" is unique to this release, as it wasn't released elsewhere before. And eventually they really took the wrong tape when creating the mastertape for the compilation, as they obviously wanted to put the portugues Version of "Amigo" on it which was already released as a Single in Portugal in 1971.