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Thread: Ladies and Gentlemen: Why Heintje is still Famous

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    Default Ladies and Gentlemen: Why Heintje is still Famous

    www.nme.com/artists/heintje

    It was alleged that 20 per cent of Germany's total record sales in the late 60s was by this young boy who was discovered by Ariola's West German studio manager Adolf Klyngeld in 1967 and groomed for that territory's market. He was 11 when he recorded his first hit - a translated revival of ' sentimental "Mama" which was a number 1 in Germany while the follow-up, also a number 1, "Du Sollst Nicht Weinen" - new lyrics to a Mexican song, "La Golondrina" - was in second place and was destined to hold the record as Switzerland's biggest selling disc for many years. Its b-side, "Ich Bau Dir Ein Schloss', topped the Dutch hit parade. Issued in time for 1968"s Christmas market, both the double a-side, "Ich Sing Ein Lied Fur Dich'/'Heidschi Bumbeidschi" (based on a German folk ditty), and the seasonal sold an immediate million copies apiece and became his fourth consecutive chart topper. Though the rather schmaltzy nature of his output did not appeal to many teenagers, middle-aged and elderly consumers ensured that Heintje swamped north and central European charts until his voice broke and he proved unable to sustain the huge success he had enjoyed as a child.

    www.heinsimons.com/english/biography.html

    The album "Heintje" reached first place in the election of "Most successful debut-album ever", by RTL-Music.de and Media-Control !! No other artist ever did better than our Hein !!!!!
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    He's even a Hit In Australia!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    books.google.ca/books?id=kikEAAAAMBAJ

    His single "I'm Your Little Boy" has already won him gold disks in Australia (500000 sales) ...
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    In Germany we take comfort in the fact that he's actually Dutch.
    "I just ran out of ammo. I will ram this one. Good bye, we'll meet in Valhalla." - Major Heinrich Ehrler, April 4, 1945

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    Quote Originally Posted by flamethrowerguy View Post
    In Germany we take comfort in the fact that he's actually Dutch.
    As long as you agree that Heintje is the next best thing since Sliced Bread, it doesn't matter where he was born. I think if the Dutch never refused his performing license he probably would not have gone to Germany for his first TV appearance which made him so Great. It was only after Germany allowed him to be on TV, that the Dutch later agreed to let him be on TV. I have no idea why the Dutch refused to grant him a performing license at first. I mean, can't anybody get a license nowadays? I guess the rules were a lot stricter back then. Oh well, it's no cincidence that the Beatles and Heintje became famous at the same time in the 1960's. Good artists alike formed in the 60's, thats for sure.
    P.S. I gotta admit that Flame thing you got happening with your title is surely impressive!
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    Default Re: Ladies and Gentlemen: Why Heintje is still Famous

    LOL never heard of him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by royal744 View Post
    LOL never heard of him.
    Mama,
    Du wirst doch nicht um deinen Jungen weinen.
    Mama,
    Bald wird das wieder uns vereinen
    Ich werd es nie vergessen,
    was ich an dir hab besessen,
    das es auf Erden nur eine gibt
    Die mich so heiß hat geliebt.
    Mama,
    und bringt das Schicksal uns nur Kummer und Schmerz
    dann denk ich oft daranes weint für mich immer Mama dein Herz

    ...now tell me that don't bring a tear to your eye....see more on you tube...once you go Heintje, you never go Back!!
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    Default Re: Ladies and Gentlemen: Why Heintje is still Famous

    Quote Originally Posted by flamethrowerguy View Post
    In Germany we take comfort in the fact that he's actually Dutch.

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    Default Re: Ladies and Gentlemen: Why Heintje is still Famous

    I don't know where to put it. So let is be here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Egorka View Post
    I don't know where to put it. So let is be here.


    As the sailor is a Yank, it's clearly not a Long Lance.
    ..
    A rational army would run away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rising Sun* View Post
    As the sailor is a Yank, it's clearly not a Long Lance.
    ...but with protective sheet removed.
    "I just ran out of ammo. I will ram this one. Good bye, we'll meet in Valhalla." - Major Heinrich Ehrler, April 4, 1945

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    Default Re: Ladies and Gentlemen: Why Heintje is still Famous

    As long as the warhead functions when needed,,,,,,

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    Well, since we all are in good mood here is a test for you:

    [IMG]http://****iebo.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/cid_1_2029089319web25003_mail_ukl_yahoo.jpg?w=500& h=431[/IMG]

    Have you noticed the girl in the background?
    Noticed her ***?


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    Well look at the picture carefully!
    If your answer is YES then go and see an OPTOMETRIST!!!

    What you see is the shoulder of the girl taking the picture!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Egorka View Post
    Well, since we all are in good mood here is a test for you:

    [IMG]http://****iebo.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/cid_1_2029089319web25003_mail_ukl_yahoo.jpg?w=500& h=431[/IMG]

    Have you noticed the girl in the background?
    Noticed her ***?


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    Well look at the picture carefully!
    If your answer is YES then go and see an OPTOMETRIST!!!

    What you see is the shoulder of the girl taking the picture!!!

    WOW! This is great. i think i'd have to go see an Optometrist. lol
    Last edited by Procyon; 11-16-2009 at 02:07 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tankgeezer View Post
    As long as the warhead functions when needed,,,,,,
    Which wasn't guaranteed with early WWII American torpedoes.

    From which I infer that the bath scene must be later in the war.

    Or, if earlier, with a lady impressed just by the weapon. Or the sailor's description of how it worked (or should have worked).
    ..
    A rational army would run away.
    Montesquieu

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    Look, Stop corrupting My Heintje thread with unrelated mumbo jumbo....Do you even realize how difficult it is to even find and buy a Heintje record? there not even sold at the German stores where I frequent. There is a guy all the way downtown who might sell them but he;s open 10-3...what type of hours is that!....What is the world coming to, when a man can't even buy a Heintje record!...If Hitler won the war, TRUST ME, there would be Heinje playing in every mall, every school, even on the bus's....That would be utopia!
    Last edited by herman2; 11-09-2009 at 10:25 AM. Reason: spelling
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