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Album Review

La Femme Dietrich's career lasted several decades, and when she inked a deal with Decca Records in 1939, her first recording assignment was to produce an album of her "greatest hits," so already pervasive was her fame. This 16-track collection rounds up selections recorded over a 25-year period between her signing to Decca and her later recordings for Dot and Kapp, all of which parent company MCA-Universal now owns. Besides the definitive, elegant orchestral reading of the title track, Marlene also puts her pipes and personality to other hits like "The Boys in the Backroom" and "You've Got That Look (That Makes Me Weak)" from the movie Destry Rides Again, as well as a batch of classy readings of "You Do Something to Me," "You Go to My Head," and uncharacteristic, almost surreal 1957 rock & roll stabs at "Near You," and "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine" and the campy spins of her final single in 1965, "If He Swing By the String" and "Such Trying Times." All in all, a great little career overview to add to the pop vocal side of the collection.

Customer Reviews

The queen

She will always b the queen before Madonna before it was cool to dress like a man she did it all...looooooove u marlene

Marlene - A Woman for All Time

Ah, Lili Marlene...From her smoky voice to her soulful performances. Her art was passion and seduction. Every eye would turn to her when she entered a room. Her songs are as timeless as she. A star as bright as any on the horizon. She has left us, but she will never be forgotten.


one of the most remarkable women of the 20th Century; her films; her songs; not to mention entertaining the troops in WWII--including German prisoners of War--if you don't dig her, you don't get it...5 Stars? 20 stars---


Born: December 27, 1901 in Schöneberg, Germany

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s

The most exotic actress of the 1930s and '40s, Marlene Dietrich performed her cabaret act around the world and recorded for Decca, Columbia and Capitol in the post-war period, after her film career had slowed. A thick German accent and her odd sung-spoken vocal style proved no barrier to international popular success and adoration. Born near Berlin in 1901, she began studying acting as a teenager, and auditioned with director Max Reinhardt several times before entering his drama school. She worked...
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