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Marianne Rosenberg (Berlin10 March 1955) is a German singer. She is in the Dutch language area best known for her hit "Ich bin wie du.

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[hide]*1 early life

Biography[Edit]Edit

Her father was a musician who because of its Gypsy origin during the Second World War was imprisoned in the Auschwitz concentration camp . After the war he was President of the Gypsies in the region Berlin-Brandenburg. Her musical career began on her fifteenth, when she won a talent show . That same year she was recording a new single that was a modest hit in Germany. The single Mr. Paul McCartney took out there the 33rd place in the top 50. The following year, in 1970, broke Rosenberg with with the # 8-hit Fremder Mann. During the 1970s she continued to score top 10 hits in Germany with schlager repertoire. In addition she did in 1975 to the German heat for the Eurovision Song Contest with the song There gehört zu mir. The song was only 10th, but grew into a true classic in Germany. It reached # 7 in the German singles chart and peaked at # 62 in the German ' best song of all tijden'-election of 2005.

With the single "Ich bin wie du (1975), the successor of There gehört zu mir, Rosenberg knew in 1976 to break through in the low countries. They pulled out a # 2 hit in the Netherlands, and even in Flanders she reached the first place of the top 30. All the more striking, because this single in Germany itself on # 18 got stuck. In Flanders it remained at this one hit. Lieder der Nachtfollowed still In Netherlands, the German version of her Chansons des soirs, with which they competed in unsuccessfully in 1976 for the Luxembourg round for Eurovision. Her big hit, however, is still popular in the gay scene (gay icon). In 2009 was Ich bin wie du on the 3rd place in the gay top 100 by BNN. The song is still relatively frequently turned on the Dutch radio, while in Germany much less known than There gehört zu mir.

After her disco hits took her success also in own country. Rosenberg tried three times for Germany to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest, but her songs not won. In the late 1970s, she retired to a different repertoire. In 1979 and 1980 , she scored hits with German Herz aus Glas and Ruf an! (covers of Blondies Heart of glass and Call me). She knew a little with some singles to float on the Neue Deutsche Welle, but scored no hits more after 1982 . In that period they still see that let is committed by Rosenberg to speak out against nuclear weapons and racial hatred and by a collaboration with the musician left Rio Reiser.

In 1989 , she had a comeback with a hit album and the English language I need your love tonight. It turned out no new turnaround in her career, because the successors were again in the German language. They disappeared again after 1993 for a while from the spotlight. There remained, however, appeared new albums and Rosenberg also occur. In 2004 she experienced again a small comeback with an album of new versions of its old hits. For this album she had all songs lyrics again, also the music was rearranged and recorded. Rosenberg was the help of some big names like Mousse t.Söhne Mannheimsand Xavier Naidoo .The new versions of Marleen and There gehört zu mir reached the German top 100. Of this cd Für immer who heute also appeared a limited edition with bonus cd. It is also a Dutch-language recording of her debuuthit to find Mr Paul McCartney . This translation is called paradoxically Unknown boy.

Trivia[Edit]Edit

In 1970 she recorded under the name Marianne Rosenberger a Dutch song on There Is a chance (translation of Wer Liebe Sucht). Pierre Kartner accounted for the production. [1]

Discography[Edit]Edit

Singles[Edit]Edit

Single (s) with any charts in the

the Dutch Top 40

Date of

appear

Date of

entry

Highest

position

Number Of

weeks

Comments
Ich bin wie du 1976 07-02-1976 2 11 # 2 in the Single Top 100
Lieder der nacht 1976 12-06-1976 24 3 # 20 in the Single Top 100
Single (s) with chart positions

in the Flemish Ultratop 50

Date of

appear

Date of

entry

Highest

position

Number Of

weeks

Comments
Ich bin wie du 1976 - # 1 in the BRT Top 30

Radio 2 Top 2000[Edit]Edit

Number (s) with markings

in the Radio 2 Top 2000

' 99 ' 00 ' 01 ' 02 ' 03 ' 04 ' 05 ' 06 ' 07 ' 08 ' 09 ' 10 ' 11 ' 12 ' 13
Ich bin wie du 715 726 582 513 850 923 868 911 1097 876 1062 929 1180 1134 1259

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