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Falling in Love Again


Download links and information about Falling in Love Again by Marlene Dietrich. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Jazz, Pop, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 45:17 minutes.

Artist: Marlene Dietrich
Release date: 1998
Genre: Jazz, Pop, Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 16
Duration: 45:17
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No. Title Length
1. Falling in Love Again 2:57
2. The Boys in the Backroom 2:02
3. You've Got That Look (That Leaves Me Weak) 2:43
4. I've Been in Love Before 2:37
5. You Do Something to Me 3:00
6. You Go to My Head 3:10
7. Lili Marlene 3:26
8. Symphonie (Vocals In French) 3:05
9. Black Market 3:11
10. Illusions 3:24
11. Another Spring, Another Love 2:21
12. Near You 2:19
13. Kisses Sweeter Than Wine 3:03
14. I May Never Go Home Anymore 1:47
15. If He Swings By the String 3:17
16. Such Trying Times 2:55



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.