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So, höchste Zeit, daß es für die schönste, süßeste, sexieste, talentierteste, kreativste, modischste, attraktivste und überhaupt beste (ok, ich weiß, ist Geschmackssache :P ) Sängerin auf diesem Planeten :knee: :wub: :knee: :wub: :knee: :wub: endlich einen Thread gibt ;)

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Find Kyle rein vom Äußerlichen nich so berauschend..., aber von den TV Total Auftritten mit Stefan weiß ich, dass sie ne ganz Süße is..., also echt lieb :D und macht jeden Scheiß von Stefan mit :kicher:

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Stimmt, mit Stefan hat sie coole Sachen gemacht :up:

Obwohl das für einen internationalen Superstar nicht selbstverständlich ist,

deswegen find ich Kylie auch klasse! Auch vom äußeren her. :kicher:

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Auf den Bildern kann man gut sehen, wie zierlich Kylie doch ist, mir geht der Kofferraumdeckel dieses Modells gerade bis zur Hüfte ;)

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Aber sie hat einen guten Geschmack, was Autos betrifft, wie man auch auf diesem Bild sehen kann.

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Mehr Pics von Kylies Showgirl-Tour, dieses Korsett schnürt ihre Taille auf 40 cm zusammen :eek:

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Mehr Pics von Kylies Showgirl-Tour, dieses Korsett schnürt ihre Taille auf 40 cm zusammen  :eek:

Aber für's singen bleibt ihr offenbar noch genug Luft übrig! :D

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Aber für's singen bleibt ihr offenbar noch genug Luft übrig! :D

Das ist mir auch ein Rätsel, wie man damit noch singen und tanzen kann, aber Frauen scheinen sich ja gerne für die Schönheit zu quälen :D

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Aber für's singen bleibt ihr offenbar noch genug Luft übrig! :D

Wenn du das singen nennst... :kicher:

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Wenn du das singen nennst... :kicher:

Ich sag das mit dem singen ganz ohne Wertung! :D

Wer meinen Musikgeschmack kennt, den ich in den letzten 2 Jahren hier wohl zur Genüge dargelegt habe, weiß, daß ich Kylie Minogue's Musik und ihre Stimme nicht sonderlich mag, ums mal ganz mild auszudrücken! ;)

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Geh doch zu ihrem Konzert am 01.04. in Basel, dann kannst Du Dich davon überzeugen  :P

Nein danke, das tu ich mir nicht an! :runaway: :kicher:

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ach ich weiß auch nich...

auch wenn ich jetz ärger mit den herren bekomme... :angst:

ich mag kylie einfach nich...weder ihre musik...noch ihre aussehen :egal:

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Ich bin hier wohl der Einzige, dem sie gefällt :D

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Ich mag Kylie auch. Sie ist meiner Meinung nach richtig sexy. Liegt wohl daran, dass ich auf kleinere Frauen stehe :D

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Biographie (von der offiziellen Seite)

Kylie Minogue is a phenomenon of truly international proportions. To date she has released nine albums, six long-play videos, in addition to the Greatest Hits double album and video package, live album and video and 39 singles throughout the world, all of which have been hits.

Kylie has been the guest of Royalty in Britain and Europe, and the subject of several invitations for Royal Command Performances as well as the Lennon Memorial Concert in Liverpool in 1990. She has embarked on four sell-out world tours, including the critically acclaimed “Intimate & Live” concert tour and more recently her Fever 2002 tour which resulted in packed arenas throughout the UK, Europe and Australia.

In June of 1991, after the release of her 13th hit single, entitled Shocked, the British industry "bible" Music Week magazine declared that Kylie was the ONLY act in the history of the British pop music to have their first 13 releases all go Top 10. Kylie now has 30 consecutive U.K. hits, none of which failed to peak in the Top 20, 20 in the Top 10!

Today Kylie is one of the world's most successful female music artists, but she wasn't always known as a singer. Kylie started her career at age eleven when asked to act in the national Australian T.V. drama series “Skyways”, this was followed by more Australian television roles in the popular drama “The Sullivans” and later “The Henderson Kids”.

After her seventeenth birthday Kylie left school to take up acting as a full time profession. Her character "Charlene" in the Australian "soap" Neighbours is still today, arguably, one of the most popular characters ever to come out of Australian television.

By the time Kylie was out of her teens she had won five Logies (the Australian equivalent of an Emmy); the youngest actress ever to do so. In 1987 she won the Silver Logie for "Most Popular Actress" and in 1988 she was the first artist ever to win 4 Logies on one night, including the Gold for "Most Popular Personality on Australian Television", and another Silver.

Kylie’s recording career began in 1987 when she released her first single, a remake of the '60's Little Eva hit "Locomotion". The song hit No.1 nationally around Australia and remained there for seven weeks, becoming the biggest Australian single of the decade. The success of “Locomotion” led to Kylie teaming up with famed British record producers Stock, Aitken and Waterman in London.

Kylie’s eponymously titled debut album, released July 1988, contained the hit singles “I Should Be So Lucky”, “Got To Certain”, a re-recorded version of “The Loco-motion” and “Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi”. It sold over 5 million copies worldwide. Her duet with Jason Donovan, "Especially For You" debuted at #2 and shipped silver on release bringing Kylie's single sales in the U.K. to well over 2 million in under 12 months.

In October 1989 Kylie released her eagerly awaited second album "Enjoy Yourself" which shot to No.1 in the U.K. with pre-sales of over 600,000 copies. The album spawned 4 worldwide hits including the No.1 singles “Hand On Your Heart” and “Tears On My Pillow”.

In December Kylie's first feature film “The Delinquents” was released around the world to rave reviews and became the top grossing movie in the U.K. Also that month, Kylie joined the likes of Bob Geldof, Lisa Stansfield, Bananarama, Bros, Cliff Richard, and Wet Wet Wet for Band Aid 2's 1989 recording of "Do They Know It's Christmas" to raise money for Ethiopia.

Two more albums - “Rhythm Of Love” and “Let’s Get To It” – and more classic singles – “Better The Devil You Know”, “What Do I Have To Do”, “Shocked” - followed before the release of “Kylie's Greatest Hits” in 1992. The album collected all 19 hits along with three new songs and debuted at #1 on the UK charts.

On her move from PWL to the dance label Deconstruction, Kylie effectively made the difficult transition from "Pop Princess" to "Career Artist", a delicate move very few artists have been able to make successfully.

September 1994 saw the release of her album simply entitled "Kylie Minogue". Greeted with much critical acclaim the album debuted at no. 4 in the U.K. All three singles released from the album became worldwide hits.

Kylie's third duet "Where The Wild Roses Grow", a "Murder Ballad" penned by Nick Cave and recorded with Nick and his band The Bad Seeds was released internationally in 1995, becoming her 25th consecutive hit peaking at No. 2 in Australia and 11 in Britain.

In 1994 Kylie had a lead role in the $40 million dollar epic Streetfighter with Jean Claude Van Damme, and in 1995 she starred in a short film entitled Hayride To Hell shot in Australia for the European Film Festivals. 1996 saw the release of a comedy called Bio-Dome for the producers of Dumb & Dumber in Hollywood with Pauly Shore and Steven Baldwin and in 1998 Kylie starred in an Australian independent film called Sample People; and alongside Molly Ringwald in Mushroom Pictures horror film Cut. Earlier in 1999 she also found time to appear in a Caribbean production of Shakespeare's The Tempest for which she received rave reviews.

Kylie’s sixth studio album “Impossible Princess” (aka “Kylie Minogue”) was released in March 1998. With all lyrics by Kylie Minogue, “Impossible Princess”, featuring collaborations with The Manic Street Preachers, Brothers In Rhythm and Dave Ball (Soft Cell, The Grid), became yet another No 1 for Miss Minogue (Australian Music Report).

Kylie’s list of collaborations extend to the successful cult underground dance track “G.B.I.” recorded with leading Japanese artist Towa Tei (of Dee-lite fame); a track called “In Denial” with the Pet Shop Boys for their album, a duet with Ben Lee on “The Reflex” for a Duran-Duran tribute album, and the famous duet with Robbie Williams, “Kids” which debuted at No. 2 in the UK charts!

October 1999 saw Kylie release a collectible art book featuring contributions from many of the world's most respected artists, on the theme of "Kylie". Demand for the book was unprecedented with a second printing within the first month of release!

June 2000 saw the much anticipated release of “Spinning Around” the first single from Kylie's debut studio album for Parlophone Records. In true style she caused a sensation by debuting at Number 1 in both the UK and Australian charts. Spinning Around also gave Kylie the honour of being one of only two artists (the other being Madonna) to have a number one in the eighties, nineties and noughties!

September 2000, Kylie released the follow up single, “On A Night Like This” repeating Spinning Around's success by debuting in the UK charts at #2 and Australian charts at #1. Kylie's most anticipated album yet, “Light Years”, was released at the same time to massive critical & commercial success debuting at #2 in the U.K. and reaching #1 in Australia (double platinum!)

Kylie performed to her biggest audience ever at the closing ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games! Kylie thrilled more than 4 billion viewers with her rendition of “Dancing Queen” and “On A Night Like This”. Less than two weeks later she headlined the opening ceremony of the Paralympic Games.

Kylie ended a phenomenal year with the release of a fourth single from "Light Years", "Please Stay" on December 11th, as well as a prestigious appearance at the Royal Variety Performance. The top 10 hit "Please Stay" was Kylie's 33rd hit single and her 20th UK Top Ten hit.

In January 2001 tickets went on sale for Kylie's first major tour in nine years. The "On A Night Like This" tour sold out immediately for shows in the UK, Europe and Australia, where the tour became the most successful arena tour by a female artist EVER. The tour was no less successful in the UK, where the capacity doubled to accommodate the huge number of ticket applications.

The tour garnered rave reviews in the press, with the NME declaring that "the hits wheeled out tonight are pop at its most exciting" and the Guardian writing that the show was "utterly fabulous".

By now "Light Years" was platinum in the UK and 4 x platinum in Australia, where readers voted her "Best Pop Artist" in Australian Rolling Stone. Back in the UK, Kylie was nominated for a prestigious Brit Award for Best International Female. She later took time out to attend the LA premiere of the film "Moulin Rouge", in which she features as the Green Fairy.

In May, British Vogue put Kylie on its cover, an event that made the evening news in Australia. Later, at Vogue's "It's Fashion" party, Kylie was seated on the top table, next to Prince Charles.

September 2001 saw the Kylie phenomenon reach fever peak with the release of her global smash hit “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” from the multi-platinum selling album “Fever”. The album generated a further three smash hit singles “In Your Eyes”, “Love At First Sight” and “Come Into My World” and sold over six million copies worldwide.

Kylie garnered a host of major awards including Top of The Pops Awards for Best Tour for “On A Night Like This” and Top Song for “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head”, 3 Italian Dance Music Awards for Best International Artist, Best Song and Best Video, an NME Award for Best Pop Act, and ‘Showbusiness Personality of The Year’ at the Variety Club of Great Britain Awards.

Kylie stole the show at the 2002 Brit Awards with an incredible performance of “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” and won two major awards for Best International Female and Best International Album. At the World Music Awards in Monaco, Kylie delivered another show stopping performance to an world-wide audience of a billion people and was honoured as Best Selling Australian Artist of The Year.

In the spring Kylie embarked on her most ambitious live tour to date. Kylie’s ‘Fever’ tour kicked off in Cardiff in April 2002 before moving on to Manchester, Birmingham, Sheffield, Glasgow, Newcastle and London. Tickets to the 25 date tour sold out within minutes of them going on sale and The Manchester Evening News presented Kylie with a plaque in recognition of having the most number of shows by a solo artist to sell out the Arena EVER!

Kylie took her “Fever!” tour to Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany and Holland, and then on to Australia in August where she sold out six nights at Sydney’s Entertainment Centre and a further six nights at the Rod Laver Arena in her native Melbourne.

Kylie was awarded “Woman Of The Year” 2002 at the Elle style awards while the record-breaking “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” garnered 3 Ivor Novello Awards for Best International Single, Best Dance Record and Most Played Record of The Year, and scooped an MTV Award for Best Choreography in a Music Video.

Kylie swept the board at the ARIA’s winning 4 awards including the first Special Achievement award! Just weeks later Kylie triumphed at the 2002 MTV Music Awards Best Pop Act and Best Dance Act and stole the show at Top of The Pops Awards with a stunning performance of “Come Into My World” and a second award for Tour Of The Year for “Fever 2002”.

November 2002 saw the highly anticipated release of the Fever 2002 Live DVD and the book “Kylie: La La La”. Written in collaboration with her artistic director Will Baker, “La La La” documents Kylie’s remarkable career and includes over 300 photos, most of which have never been seen before.

In 2003 Kylie’s lingerie range, ‘Love Kylie’, was launched in the UK in Selfridges to a massive media frenzy and incredible sales. Demand far exceeded supply with Selfridges doubling their orders to cope.

Kylie was awarded a Centenary Medal by the Governor General of Australia for “Outstanding Contribution to the Music Industry” and for the third year in a row won “Australian Performer of the Year” and “Showbusiness Ambassador of the Year” for the second consecutive year at the 28th Annual MO Awards in Australia.

In May 2003 Kylie appeared in the Rambert Dance Company project, “21” choreographed by Rafael Bonachella (“On A Night Like This Tour”, “Fever2002 Tour”) in a short black & white filmed piece.

In June Kylie is voted the sexiest pop pin up in the world by viewers of music channel VH1 and her “Agent Provocateur” commercial wins Best Cinema Commercial of the Year at the British TV Awards.

Kylie spent the summer of 2003 recording her ninth studio album, “Body Language” in London, Ireland and Spain. “Body Language” was released in various territories on 17th November 2003. It was preceded by the hypnotic single “Slow”, written by Kylie Minogue/Emiliana Torrini and Dan Carey which debuted at number 1 in Australia and the UK.

Alben

Kylie (1988)

Enjoy Yourself (1989)

Rhythm Of Love (1990)

Let's Get To It (1991)

Greatest Hits (1992)

Kylie Minogue (1994)

Impossible Princess (1997)

Intimate and Live (1999)

Light Years (2000)

Fever (2001)

Body Language (2003)

Ultimate Kylie (2004)

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Und nun zum Konzert, dem Grund meiner momentan besonderen Begeisterung http://shakiraforum.de/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/happy.gif Im Rahmen der Showgirl Greatest Hits-Tour gab es drei Shows in Deutschland, 31.03. München, 04.04. Hamburg und 05.04. Köln. Es fand statt in der ausverkauften Kölnarena, und wir hatten Plätze im Block 204, direkt neben der Bühne, und somit nahe und freie Sicht auf Kylie :naughty: :kicher: Während es bei den beiden anderen Konzerten wohl etwas gedauert hat, bis der Funke übersprang, war hier von Beginn an gute Stimmung, aber auch kein Wunder im Rheinland :D Hier die Setlist:

Better the devil you know

In your eyes

Giving you up

On a night like this

Intro music (not sung): Do you dare (+What kind of Fool/Over Dreaming Over You)

Shocked

What Do I Have to Do

Spinning Around

In Denial

Je ne sais pas pourquoi

Confide in me

Red Blooded Woman

Slow

Please Stay

Somewhere over the rainbow

Come into my world

Chocolate

I Believe in you

Dreams

Hand on your heart

Locomotion

I Should Be So Lucky

Your Disco needs you

Put yourself in my place

Can't get you out of my head

Especially for you

Love at first sight

Die Show war sehr aufwändig gestaltet, Gesamtkosten 7,5 Mio., allein €45000 sind für ein Korsett von John Galliano draufgegangen, andere der Kostüme wurden von Karl Lagerfeld entworfen, sie hat sich achtnal umgezogen :love2: Ab 'I believe in you' hielt es niemanden mehr auf den Sitzen, die komplette Halle stand, so eine Stimmung habe ich noch nie bei einem Konzert erlebt :applaus: Als Zugaben gab es 'Especially for you', im Duett mit dem Publikum gesungen, und 'Love at first sight. Das Konzert dauerte 2h10m, und obwohl ich zugeben muß, daß ich ursprünglich €63,30 für eine Karte doch ziemlich happig fand, war es jeden Cent wert :up: Da konnte ich mir selbst das Programm für €25 nicht entgehen lassen ;) Eine DVD wird es auch geben, eines ihrer Konzerte in Melbourne nächsten Monat wird gefilmt.

Hier noch ein paar Promo-Pics für die Tour, Live-Bilder gibt's morgen, werde mich jetzt zur Ruhe betten :sleeping: und von meiner future wife träumen :love: :love: :love: :)

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So, höchste Zeit, daß es für die schönste, süßeste, sexieste, talentierteste, kreativste, modischste, attraktivste und überhaupt beste (ok, ich weiß, ist Geschmackssache  :P  ) Sängerin auf diesem Planeten  :knee:  :wub:  :knee:  :wub:  :knee:  :wub:  endlich einen Thread gibt  ;)

Da habe ich ja eine fundamental andere Meinung:

In keinem, wirklich absolut keinem der von dir angebrachten Superlativen stimme ich dir zu bzw. mit dir überein :egal:...außer dem Punkt mit der Geschmackssache! :D...(Shakira finde ich z.B. immer noch schöner, süßer, sexier, attraktiver, besser...und was du sonst noch genannt hast...als Kylie ;) )

Kylie ist zwar ganz nett anzuschauen ;) aber mit ihrer Musik kann ich rein gar nichts anfangen! :down: Für mich ist ihre Musik belangloses Pop-Gedudel. Diese Disco/Dance-Mukke finde ich einfach nur langweilig! *gähn* :bored:

Ausnahmen in Kylies Pop-Einheitsbrei bilden der Song "Where The Wild Roses Grow", ein Duett mit Nick Cave, das Beste was sie je gemacht hat - gefällt sogar mir ganz gut ;)...und das 97er Album "Impossible Princess", das im Vergleich zu ihren sonstigen Werken für mich noch recht hörbar ist - der Song "I Don't Need Anyone" daraus find ich ganz okay! ;)

Aber alles andere ist, wie ich schon schrieb, für mich belangloses, langweiliges, Pop-Gedudel, gesichtslose Dance/Disco-Mukke!

Vor allem bei älteren Songs wie "I Should Be So Lucky", "Tears On My Pillow" oder dem unerträglichen Schmalz von "Especially For You"(mit Jason Donovan) krieg ich ne Krise, aber auch neueres wie "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" oder "Slow" rufen in mir allerhöchstens ein herzhaftes Gähnen, Kopfschmerzen und den unwiderstehlichen Drang sofort abzuschalten hervor!

Das ist meine Meinung dazu...die in Anbetracht daß Rock/Hard Rock/Metal und Punk zu meinen bevorzugten Musikrichtungen zählen, aber wohl kaum überraschen wird! ;)

Geschmäcker sind halt verschieden! :D

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schön dass es dir gefallen hat! :hug:

ich mag kylie nicht so wirklich! :D

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Also mir gefällt Kylies Musik sehr gut. Zwar jetz nich unbedingt alle Titel, aber ich hab ja auch nur die Alben Light Years, Fever & Body Language.

Was das Thema Sexapeal (?) angeht, denke ich kann Kylie bezogen auf den Altersunterschied zu Shaki echt mithalten ;).

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Hier die Setlist:

Slow

Please Stay

Somewhere over the rainbow

Ist das Lied zufällig eine Coverversion, oder hat sie die Lyrics selbst geschrieben ??? Ich kenne "Somwhere Over The Rainbow" nur als Blues/Rockklassiker, das dürfte Kylie so aber nicht performt haben !!! :D

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Hier die Setlist:

Slow

Please Stay

Somewhere over the rainbow

Ist das Lied zufällig eine Coverversion, oder hat sie die Lyrics selbst geschrieben ??? Ich kenne "Somwhere Over The Rainbow" nur als Blues/Rockklassiker, das dürfte Kylie so aber nicht performt haben !!! :D

*lol* Ich kenne "Somwhere Over The Rainbow" nur als Märchen-Schlager-Schnulze aus dem Film "Der Zauberer von Oz" ("The Wizard Of Oz") aus dem Jahr 1939, gesungen von Judy Garland! :D

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/clipserv...1262160-9289747

Somwhere Over The Rainbow

Ooo oooooo oooooo oooo ooo ooo ooo

Ooooo oooooo oooooo

Ooo ooo ooo

Ooo ooo ooo

Somewhere, over the rainbow, way up high,

And the dreams that you dreamed of,

Once in a lullaby.

Oh, somewhere over the rainbow, blue birds fly,

And the dreams that you dreamed of,

Dreams really do come true.

Someday, I'll wish upon a star,

Wake up where the clouds are far behind me.

Where trouble melts like lemon drops,

High above the chimney top,

That's where you'll find me.

Oh, somewhere, over the rainbow, bluebirds fly,

And the dreams that you dare to.

Oh why, oh why can't I?

Well, I see trees of green and red roses too,

I'll watch them bloom for me and you.

And I think to myself: What a wonderful world!

Well, I see skies of blue and I see clouds of white,

And the brightness of day.

I like the dark and I think to myself:

What a wonderful world!

The colors of the rainbow, so pretty in the sky,

Are also on the faces of people passing by.

I see friends shaking hands, saying, "How do you do?"

They're really saying, " I...I love you!"

I hear babies cry, and I watch them grow,

They'll learn much more than we'll know.

And I think to myself: What a wonderful world!

Someday, I'll wish upon a star,

Wake up where the clouds are far behind me.

Where trouble melts like lemon drops,

High above the chimney top,

That's where you'll find me.

Oh, somewhere, over the rainbow, way up high.

And the dreams that you dare to,

Oh why, oh why can't I?

Ooooo oooooo oooooo

Ooooo oooooo oooooo

Ooo ah, ah, ah... eh ah ah, eh ah ah ah ah...

Ich nehme mal stark an, daß Kylie Minogue die Judy Garland-Version zum Besten gegeben hat! :D

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@ Rob: Ich habe da mal ne frage an dich: Welches ist eigentlich dein absoluter fav. Song von Kylies letzen 4 Alben (gesehen ab Light Years)?

Meiner ist On A Night Like This von Light Years. BTW: Auf Viva haben se am letzten Wochenende irgenwann mal den Clip zu "I should be so lucky" gespielt. Hatte den zwar schon 2 oder 3 mla gesehen aber ist doch immer wieder lustig :lmao:

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Hier die Setlist:

Slow

Please Stay

Somewhere over the rainbow

Ist das Lied zufällig eine Coverversion, oder hat sie die Lyrics selbst geschrieben ??? Ich kenne "Somwhere Over The Rainbow" nur als Blues/Rockklassiker, das dürfte Kylie so aber nicht performt haben !!! :D

*lol* Ich kenne "Somwhere Over The Rainbow" nur als Märchen-Schlager-Schnulze aus dem Film "Der Zauberer von Oz" ("The Wizard Of Oz") aus dem Jahr 1939, gesungen von Judy Garland! :D

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/clipserv...1262160-9289747

Somwhere Over The Rainbow

Ooo oooooo oooooo oooo ooo ooo ooo

Ooooo oooooo oooooo

Ooo ooo ooo

Ooo ooo ooo

Somewhere, over the rainbow, way up high,

And the dreams that you dreamed of,

Once in a lullaby.

Oh, somewhere over the rainbow, blue birds fly,

And the dreams that you dreamed of,

Dreams really do come true.

Someday, I'll wish upon a star,

Wake up where the clouds are far behind me.

Where trouble melts like lemon drops,

High above the chimney top,

That's where you'll find me.

Oh, somewhere, over the rainbow, bluebirds fly,

And the dreams that you dare to.

Oh why, oh why can't I?

Well, I see trees of green and red roses too,

I'll watch them bloom for me and you.

And I think to myself: What a wonderful world!

Well, I see skies of blue and I see clouds of white,

And the brightness of day.

I like the dark and I think to myself:

What a wonderful world!

The colors of the rainbow, so pretty in the sky,

Are also on the faces of people passing by.

I see friends shaking hands, saying, "How do you do?"

They're really saying, " I...I love you!"

I hear babies cry, and I watch them grow,

They'll learn much more than we'll know.

And I think to myself: What a wonderful world!

Someday, I'll wish upon a star,

Wake up where the clouds are far behind me.

Where trouble melts like lemon drops,

High above the chimney top,

That's where you'll find me.

Oh, somewhere, over the rainbow, way up high.

And the dreams that you dare to,

Oh why, oh why can't I?

Ooooo oooooo oooooo

Ooooo oooooo oooooo

Ooo ah, ah, ah... eh ah ah, eh ah ah ah ah...

Ich nehme mal stark an, daß Kylie Minogue die Judy Garland-Version zum Besten gegeben hat! :D

*LOL* ... genau die Lyrics meine ich, aber das Orginal ist nicht von Judy Garland soweit ich weiß ! Den Song wird ich ja mal gerne von Kylie hören ! :irre: Edited by xxxSlowhandxxx

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*LOL*  ... genau die Lyrics meine ich, aber das Orginal ist nicht von Judy Garland soweit ich weiß !

Stimmt, das Original ist nicht von Judy Garland sondern FÜR sie in dem besagten Film. ;) Aber sie singt es im Original.

Nur eine der unzähligen Quellen ist

http://www.zianet.com/jjohnson/muscred.htm#overtherainbow

Zitat:

Over the Rainbow

    * Words by E.Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen, 1938

    * Introduced by Judy Garland in the film, The Wizard of Oz, 1939

    * Released on records:

            The Wizard of Oz (soundtrack album), 1956

            The Wizard of Oz (soundtrack album), 1962

            (and many more)

    * Released on CDs:

            The Wizard of Oz (CBS/Sony soundtrack), 1989

            The Hollywood Years, 1994

            The Wizard of Oz (Rhino deluxe soundtrack), 1995

            The Wizard of Oz (Rhino soundtrack), 1995

            That's Entertainment! (MGM soundtrack anthology), 1995

            (and many more)

    * Won Best Song Academy Award for 1939

    * Film excerpt of Judy's rendition on "Command Performance" included on laser disc set Judy Garland: The Golden Years at M-G-M, 1994

    * Recorded by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra

    * Recorded by Bob Crosby and His Orchestra

    * Recorded and performed many, many times by Judy Garland (her signature song)

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Ah! :) Vielen Dank Güven! ;)

Interessante Informationen! Man lernt nie aus! :D

Der Song wurde unzählige Male gecovert, u.a. von Ray Charles und Eric Clapton...und nun auch von Kylie Minogue! :D :coffee:

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Ich nehme mal stark an, daß Kylie Minogue die Judy Garland-Version zum Besten gegeben hat! :D

So ist es, dabei schwebte sie auf einem Halbmond ein ;)

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Du solltest sie mal live erleben, auch wenn Du keine Popmusik magst, die Show ist schon beeindruckend und mitreißend.

Hast Du meine beiden posts einfach zusammengefügt?

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