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At last Helen Schneider’s long-lost first two albums are available on
CD. Anyone who bought the vinyl of these
two fantastic albums in 1977 and 1978 will be hugging themselves with delight at
the prospect of having digitally re-mastered versions.
With “So Close” and “Let It Be Now” Helen was destined to be the new
young great American song stylist following in the wake of Ella Fitzgerald, Judy
Garland and Barbra Streisand, but things didn’t work out that way. In 1978 Helen left America for Germany where
until 1984 she achieved great success as a rock singer.
She has remained in Germany and has played lead roles in Sunset
Boulevard, Cabaret and Evita. In 2006 she received the DIVA – German
entertainment prize, for lifetime achievements.
“So Close” was produced by Ron Dante; “Let It Be Now” by Tony Camillo.

Release Date: 15/10/2012

Weight 200 kg
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1. SO CLOSE
2. TRYING TO SAY GOODBYE
3. ALL THE TIME
4. SAD EYES
5. CUDDLE UP
6. WHY DON’T WE LIVE TOGETHER
7. FALLEN ANGEL
8. YOUR MIND IS ON VACATION
9. HOW I MISS YOU
10. I NEVER MEANT TO HURT YOU
11. LET IT BE NOW
12. EVERY STEP OF THE WAY
13. SOMEDAY
14. TIME
15. UNTIL NOW
16. LONELINESS
17. LOVE ME
18. AM I TOO LATE
19. THE VALENTINO TANGO
20. ROCK ME AND CARESS ME

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