Vicky leandros vicky a taste of... the sixties


The single and the video-clip of "C'est bleu" will be officially released on the 2nd of December and one day later, Scooter and Vicky Leandros will be making a live performance on the RTL2-show "The Dome".

Leandros slowed the pace somewhat in the late '70s, and many observers felt her star was now in decline. But albums continued to appear regularly, including 1979's Wie Am Allerersten Tag and 1981's Love Is Alive , which saw her performing duets with Demis Roussos , Johnny Hallyday , and American actor/singer David Soul , and it swiftly became clear that the lull was no more than that. During 1982-1983, singles "Verlorenes Paradies" and "Ver Van Het Leven" ranked among the best-selling releases in Benelux. A French-language version of the latter, "A l'Est d'Eden," reached number two in France and also reignited Leandros ' career in Canada, where 1985's Vicky album spun off no less than three major hits. In 1986, Leandros announced her intention to take some time off to raise her family; she returned to action in 1989 with the Greek album Piretos Tou Erota , and over the next few years she worked hard to reestablish herself once again; hits included 1991's "Prosexe," 1993's "Andres," 1994's "Du Bist Mein Schoenster Gedanke," and 1995's "We're Gonna Stay Together," a duet with singer Tony Christie . She also racked up a massive success with a German-language version of "My Heart Will Go On," from the Titanic movie.


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