Sample tracks and buy
|1||Another Spring Another Love||Marlene Dietrich|
|2||You Do Something To Me||Marlene Dietrich|
|3||Falling In Love Again||Marlene Dietrich|
|4||You Go to My Head||Marlene Dietrich|
|5||Ich Bin Von Kopfbis Fun Auf Liebe Eingestellts (I'm Full Of Love From Head To Toe)||Marlene Dietrich|
|6||I Gotta Get A man||Marlene Dietrich|
|7||Lebenohne Liebe (Life Without Love)||Marlene Dietrich|
|8||You Got That Look||Marlene Dietrich|
|9||Blonde Woman||Marlene Dietrich|
|10||Nimm Dich In Acht Vor Blonden Frauen (Beware of Blondes)||Marlene Dietrich|
|11||Such Trying Times||Marlene Dietrich|
|12||Give Me That Man||Marlene Dietrich|
|13||The Boys In The Backroom||Marlene Dietrich|
|14||Wo Is Der Man (Who Is The Man)||Marlene Dietrich|
|15||Hot Voodoo||Marlene Dietrich|
|16||Wenn Ich Mir Was Wunschen Durfte (If I Could Have A Wish)||Marlene Dietrich|
Did You Know?
Dietrich’s first job was playing violin to accompany silent films!
About Marlene Dietrich
Marie Magdalene “Marlene” Dietrich (27 December 1901 – 6 May 1992) was a German-born American actress and singer. Dietrich remained popular throughout her long career spanned sixty years, from 1928 until 1988 by continually re-inventing herself, professionally and characteristically making her the iconic star she is today.After numerous performances on countless stages across the world, Dietrich’s show business career unfortunately for the most part ended on 29 September 1975, when she fell off the stage and broke her thigh during a performance in Sydney, Australia. After this accident, Dietrich became an alcoholic and dependent on painkillers. She withdrew to her apartment in Paris and spent the final 11 years of her life mostly bedridden, allowing only a select few family and employees to enter the apartment. During this time, she was a prolific letter-writer and phone-caller. Her autobiography, Nehmt nur mein Leben (Take Just My Life), was published in 1979. An unfortunate end for such a glamorous star.