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GRETA KELLER - REMEMBER ME (SEPIA 1063)

1. Remember Me
2. The Very Thought Of You
3. All Of A Sudden My Heart Sings
4. Easy Come, Easy Go
5. That Old Feeling
6. Lights Out
7. I've Never Been In Love Before
8. Don't Ask Me Why
9. They Can't Take That Away From Me
10. Auf Wiederseh'n, My Dear
11. Deep In A Dream
12. The Party's Over Now
13. I Get Along Without You Very Well
14. Sei Lieb Zu Mir (Be Nice To Me)
15. These Foolish Things
16. Lazy Afternoon
17. C'est Magnifique
18. I'm A Stranger Here Myself19. My Ship
20. One Touch Of Venus
21. Green-Up Time
22. This Is New
23. Time On My Hands
24. Strange Music
25. One For My Baby

Title: Remember Me & Other Intimate Songs
Artist: Greta Keller

Catalogue No: SEPIA 1063
Barcode: 5055122110637
Release Date: 6 March 2006

Viennese by birth, Greta Keller was the archetype cabaret chanteuse - elegant, beautiful with choice of material sophisticated and intelligent. Her style of singing was intimate and personal, with great dramatization of a lyric.

She started her career in Vienna in the 1920s before travelling to Paris where she appeared at the classy Casanova night club. London beckoned where she performed at the Café Anglais resulting in an invitation to broadcast for the B.B.C. that in turn earned her a recording contract. Her records were a success and her fame spread to America. In 1932 Greta was asked to replace Libby Holman in "The Fourth Little Show" in New York. There she appeared on radio with Rudy Vallee and quickly had a programme of her own. Her cabaret debut in the States was at the Algonquin Hotel supper club in Manhattan.

The thirties and forties were busy years for Greta. She made many records and concert tours as well as singing in cabaret and on radio in Europe and in America. By the time World War II broke out she had taken American citizenship. She remained active until the 1970s, appearing in the most elegant supper clubs, singing in English, French and in German.

This CD features 25 songs Greta recorded in the 1950s, almost all appearing on CD for the first time. The selection includes songs she introduced from an earlier period which she re-recorded and some are from Broadway shows that have since become standards forming part of the Great American Songbook.

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