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Playlist of ESC 1968 10

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  • ESC 1968 10 - France - Isabelle Aubret - La Source

    3:09

    Eurovision 1968

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  • Eurovision Song Contest 1968 - full show

    1:36:54

    Venue: Royal Albert Hall, London, United Kingdom

    Date: Saturday, 6 April 1968

    Presentation: Katie Boyle

    Voting: Per country, 10 jurymembers each awarded 1 point to their favourite song.

    Number of countries: 17

    *** the first esc in full colors ever

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  • Eurovision Song Contest 1968

    1:32:43

    The Eurovision Song Contest 1968 was the 13th Eurovision Song Contest. The contest was won by the Spanish song La, la, la, performed by Massiel. Originally Spain entered Joan Manuel Serrat to sing La La La, but his demand to sing in Catalan was an affront to Francoist Spain. Serrat was withdrawn and replaced by Massiel, who sang the same song in Spanish.

    The full contest in Spanish commentary

  • Eurovision Song Contest 1969 Switzerland

    2:49

    Paola del Medico- Bonjour,bonjour
    5th place
    13 points

    Paola ist die Tochter eines Italieners und einer Schweizerin. Mit 14 Jahren hatte sie anlässlich eines Amateurfestivals ihren ersten Bühnenauftritt. Sie machte eine kaufmännische Lehre, nahm jedoch weiterhin an verschiedenen Gesangsfestivals teil.

    1968 erschien mit Für alle Zeiten ihre erste Schallplatte. 1969 nahm Del Medico erstmals am Eurovision Song Contest teil und belegte mit Bonjour, Bonjour für ihr Heimatland in Madrid den fünften Platz. Im gleichen Jahr war sie auch beim Deutschen Schlagerwettbewerb in Wiesbaden mit Stille Wasser, die sind tief vertreten und erreichte den zweiten Platz. Auch bei internationalen Festivals in Karlsbad (1968 Für alle Zeiten) und Rio de Janeiro (1970 Emporte-moi sur ton manège) trat Del Medico auf. Sie war fortan Dauergast in der ZDF-Hitparade und anderen Fernsehsendungen. 1977 versuchte Del Medico ein zweites Mal beim Eurovision Song Contest, scheiterte aber in der Schweizer Vorausscheidung mit dem Titel Le livre blanc, wo sie den zweiten Platz erreichte. Ebenso erging es ihr mit dem Titel Vogel der Nacht, mit dem sie sich um die deutsche Teilnahme 1979 bewarb, aber nur den 3. Platz erreichte. 1980 nahm sie mit dem Titel Cinéma beim Eurovision Song Contest in Den Haag teil und wurde 4.

    Im selben Jahr heiratete Del Medico den Schweizer Fernsehmoderator Kurt Felix, mit dem sie von 1983 bis 1990 die Samstagabendshow Verstehen Sie Spaß? moderierte.

    1982 versuchte sich del Medico auch noch einmal für Deutschland bei der Vorentscheidung zum Eurovision Song Contest. Mit dem Titel Peter Pan kam sie aber hinter Nicole wieder nur auf Platz 2. Dem Wettbewerb blieb sie treu, als sie 1986 die Moderation der Schweizer Vorausscheidung zum Song Contest übernahm.

    Ihre grössten Erfolge hatte Del Medico mit Der Teufel und der junge Mann (1981 fünf Wochen in den Top 10) und der deutsche Version von Blue Bayou im Jahr 1978.

    1990 produzierte Jack White mit Del Medico unter dem Pseudonym Raffaella für Verstehen Sie Spaß? eine Cover-Version des Baccara-Liedes Yes Sir, I Can Boogie.

    Seit 2002 ist Del Medico auch als Modekatalog-Model im mitteleuropäischen Raum tätig.

    Aus Anlass des 70. Geburtstags von Dieter Thomas Heck sang sie am 29. Dezember 2007 im Rahmen der ZDF-Gala Danke Dieter Thomas Heck nach 17 Jahren erstmals wieder öffentlich, nämlich eine für den Jubilar geänderte Version ihres Hits Blue Bayou.

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  • Eurovision 1968 Spain La,la,la

    3:01

    Massiel singing La,la,la in 1968.

  • ESC 1968 15 - Spain - Massiel - La, La, La

    3:00

    Eurovision 1968

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  • ESC 1968 17 - Yugoslavia - Dubrovački Trubaduri - Jedan Dan

    2:32

    Eurovision 1968

  • ESC 1968 Winner Reprise - Spain - Massiel - La, La, La

    3:03

    Eurovision 1968

  • ESC 1970 10 - Monaco - Dominique Dussault - Marlène

    3:16

    Eurovision 1970

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  • Eurovision 1968 Voting Part 2/2

    9:28

    The second part of the voting for the 1968 Eurovision Song Contest, presented by Katie Boyle in London, UK.

    And just when it looked like Cliff would easily sail to victory, keeping a small but steady lead up to the penultimate vote, out comes Germany and brings everything upside down... And while Yugoslavia could still save the day, they instead put the last nail in the coffin for the UK - quite like they'd do exactly 20 years later - giving Spain their first of two victories at the contest. And I must say, I admire Katie Boyle at this point for keeping up appearances in such a professional manner, especially given the audience's quite evident (and perfectly understandable) frustration.

  • La source - France 1968 - Eurovision songs with live orchestra

    3:40

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  • France Gall - Poupée de cire, poupée de son - Eurovision 1965 - Luxembourg - Winner

    2:16

    On the 20th of March 1965 in Naples,Italy.Luxembourg has won his first Eurovision Song Contest with France Gall who interpreted the song Poupée de cire, poupée de son and they've got 32 points.They have finished first ahead the United Kingdom,France,Austria and Italy

  • ESC 1968 03 - Belgium - Claude Lombard - Quand Tu Reviendras

    2:37

    Eurovision 1968

  • Massiel La, la, la

    2:55

    España representada por la canción La, la, la, interpretada por una jovencísima Mª de los Ángeles Félix Santamaría Espinosa ( Massiel ), en el festival de la canción de Eurovisión de 1968 en Londres. Primer puesto con 29 puntos. Vídeo a todo color y de buena calidad visual.

  • Eurovision 1968 Voting Part 1/2

    9:28

    The first part of the voting for the 1968 Eurovision Song Contest, presented by Katie Boyle in London, UK.

    In one of the most exciting votings in ESC history, after an early lead for France, Cliff Richard quickly catches up with her and even manages to take the lead near the end of this part (and much to the delight of his squirming fans in the Royal Alber Hall). Little did he - and they - know what was about to happen...

  • ESC 1968 06 - Switzerland - Gianni Mascolo - Guardando Il Sole

    2:58

    Eurovision 1968

  • ESPAÑA GANA EUROVISION EN 1968 Y 1969

    6:44

    1968 LONDRES
    1969 MADRID

  • ESC 1968 11 - Italy - Sergio Endrigo - Marianne

    3:03

    Eurovision 1968

  • Isabelle Aubret - La Source

    3:02


  • ESC 1968 01 - Portugal - Carlos Mendes - Verão

    2:14

    Eurovision 1968

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  • ESC 1963 16 - Luxembourg - Nana Mouskouri - À Force De Prier

    2:47

    Eurovision 1963

  • ESC 1957 10 - Switzerland - Lys Assia - LEnfant Que JÉtais

    4:17

    Eurovision 1957

  • ESC 1973 10 - Italy - Massimo Ranieri - Chi Sarà Con Te?

    3:06

    Eurovision 1973

  • Massiel- La,la,la Festival Eurovision 1968..mpg

    7:15

    En un mismo vídeo las dos interpretaciones de La, la, la de Massiel en el Festival de Eurovisión, que celebró su XIII edición en el Royal Albert Hall de Londres. el dia6 de abril de 1968. La primera actuación corresponde al concurso propiamente dicho (actuó en 15º lugar de un total de 17). La segunda actuación corresponde al final del concurso, cuando ya se había alzado con el triunfo, y en la que interpreta el segundo estribillo en inglés.

  • Eurovision Song Contest 1974 - Full Show HQ

    1:49:07

    For the second time in three years the United Kingdom staged the Eurovision Song Contest without having won the contest in the preceding year. Due to the fact that the broadcaster in Luxembourg, RTL, did not wish to host the event again for financial reasons, the BBC embraced the possibility once more. The 1974 Eurovision Song Contest was held at The Dome, in the seaside resort of Brighton.

    1974 saw the first participation of Greece who sent their national star Marinella. France was to enter the song contest with the entry La Vie A Vingt-cinq Ans by Dani, but the French singer never got the chance to perform though as the French president, Georges Pompidou, died in the week of the contest and France withdrew.

    The voting system changed once more: 10 jury members in every country each awarded one point to their favourite song. For the first time, a draw of lots was used to decide the order in which countries would give the results of their juries. However, it was the last time this method was used to cast the votes - from 1975 onwards, a new voting system would be implemented where the order of the jury votes followed the order of performance.

    Sweden won the song contest for the first time with the entry Waterloo, performed by ABBA. The song became a huge international hit and was the starting point of their legendary international career.

    All rights go to the BBC & EBU. I don't own anything.

    Full results:

    1st ???????? Sweden (24 pts)
    2nd ???????? Italy (18 pts)
    3rd ???????? Netherlands (15 pts)
    =4th ???????? United Kingdom (14 pts)
    =4th ???????? Luxembourg (14 pts)
    =4th ???????? Monaco (14 pts)
    =7th ???????? Israel (11 pts)
    =7th ???????? Ireland (11 pts)
    =9th ???????? Spain (10 pts)
    =9th ???????? Belgium (10 pts)
    11th ???????? Greece (7 pts)
    12th Yugoslavia (6 pts)
    13th ???????? Finland (4 pts)
    =14th ???????? Norway (3 pts)
    =14th ???????? Germany (3 pts)
    =14th ???????? Switzerland (3 pts)
    =14th ???????? Portugal (3 pts)

  • ESC 1963 10 - Switzerland - Esther Ofarim - TEn Vas Pas

    2:49

    Eurovision 1963

  • ESC 1968 08 - Sweden - Claes-Göran Hederström - Det Börjar Verka Kärlek, Banne Mej

    2:52

    Eurovision 1968

  • Eurovision Song Contest 1977 - full show

    2:12:47

    Venue: Wembley Conference Centre, London, United Kingdom

    Date: Saturday, 7 May 1977

    Presentation: Angela Rippon

    Voting: Each country awarded 12, 10, 8-1 points to its top 10 (by a jury).

    Number of countries: 18

  • Eurovision Song Contest 1979 - full show

    2:56:56

    Venue: International Convention Centre, Jerusalem, Israel

    Date: Saturday, 31 March 1979

    Presentation: Daniel Pe'er & Yardena Arazi

    Voting: Each country awarded 12, 10, 8-1 points to its top 10 (by a jury).

    Number of countries: 19

  • Eurovision Song Contest 1969 - full show

    1:46:42

    Venue: Teatro Real, Madrid, Spain

    Date: Saturday, 29 March 1969

    Presentation: Laurita Valenzuela

    Voting: Per country, 10 jurymembers each awarded 1 point to their favourite song.

    Number of countries: 16

    *** 4 songs came first with the same points and they all pronaunced as winners.

  • Eurovision 1971 - United Kingdom

    2:54

    Clodagh Rodgers performing Jack in the Box, the UK entry at the 1971 Eurovision Song Contest.

    Four years after Puppet on a String, the British sent another cheery song whose title refers to a toy, and they were duly rewarded with yet another top-5 placing. This may not be such a classic as the Sandie Shaw number, but it;s still a cute and uplifting song - not to mention that Clodagh's hotpants must have caused quite a stir at the time!

    (Especially dedicated to ESCsince1968, in the hope that someday he'll repeat his school performance of this in front of us all!) ;-)

  • ESC 1958 10 - Switzerland - Lys Assia - Giorgio

    3:24

    Eurovision 1958

  • Eurovision 1971 - Switzerland

    2:42

    Peter, Sue & Mark performing Les Illusions de nos Vingt Ans (freely translated as The Aspirations of Our Youth - special thanks to ESCsince1968 for helping with the translation), the Swiss entry at the 1971 Eurovision Song Contest.

    In the first of their four appearances at the contest (each one in a different language!), PSM entered with a song talking about the generation gap (which, this being the late 60s-early 70s, was a very timely issue) and taking a stance for the younger generations. All in all, a perfectly decent, but a bit forgettable tune, IMO - and its 12th place reflected that - although the famous Swiss trio would fare much better in their subsequent entries.

  • Cliff Richard - The Day I Met Marie

    2:34

    Cliff performing The Day I Met Marie on British TV show Steve Allen Showtime in June 1968.
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  • ESC 1968 02 - Netherlands - Ronnie Tober - Morgen

    2:22

    Eurovision 1968

  • SELECTION EUROVISION FRANCE 1983

    1:15

    La sélection nationale française a eu lieu le 20 mars 1983 en direct du théâtre de l'Empire à Paris, présenté par Jean-Pierre FOUCAULT et Marie MYRIAM dernière lauréate française en 1977.
    P,armi les candidats, Isabelle AUBRET gagnante en 1962 et représentante de la France en 1968, la Compagnie Créole avec une chanson qui fut le plus grand tube pour une chanson non retenue, Jean-Paul CARA, auteur de l'oiseau et l'enfant, Joël PREVOST représentant de la France en 1978, et Guy BONNET finalement retenu par le panel de téléspectateurs représentant la France en 1970.

    The French Final was held on March 20th, hosted by Jean-Pierre Foucault & Marie Myriam who won ESC 1977. A sample of TV viewers were telephoned after the final to vote on the songs.

  • ESC 1956 05 - France 1 - Mathé Altéry - Le Temps Perdu

    3:03

    Eurovision 1956

  • Eurovision Song Contest 1969 Norway

    2:20

    Kirsti Sparboe -
    Oj, Oj, Oj, Så Glad Jeg Skal Bli
    16th place
    1 point

    Her first participation in the Eurovision Song Contest was in 1965, when she was 19 years old, with the song Karusell, which came in 13th place. She then participated in the 1966 Norwegian Pre-Selection for The Eurovision Song Contest, with the song Gi Meg Fri, which came in 2nd. Her next Eurovision participation would be in 1967, with the song Dukkemann, Which came in 14th place.

    She also participated in the 1968 Norwegian Pre-Selection, and would have gone on to represent Norway in 1968, but the song she performed (Jag har aldri vært så glad i no'en som deg) was disqualified after accusations of plagiarising a popular Cliff Richard song called Summer Holiday. She also covered the winning song of that year, La La La in Norwegian.

    She represented Norway once more in 1969 with the song Oj, oj, oj, så glad jeg skal bli in 1969, which finished in last place. This song was recorded in 3 languages (Norwegian, Swedish, and French) and a Grand Jubilee version entitled Oj Oj Oj, Grand Prix Jubilee, released years later.

    Kirsti participated in the 1970 German Pre-selection for the Eurovision Song Contest, after Norway, Finland, Portugal and Sweden refused to participate for that particular year. She sang Pierre Der Clochard, and ended up in 4th place. Kirsti also covered 1971's winning song Un Banc, Un Arbre Une Rue in Norwegian.

    Since the Eurovision Song Contest, she has released singles mostly in Germany, where she found moderate success. Kirsti also showed off her acting talents for a one off BBC TV Show called Jon, Brian, Kirsti And Jon in 1980.

  • Eurovision Song Contest 1968 - La, La, La

    3:37

    Eurovision Song Contest 1968 - La, La, La (WINNER)

  • ESC 1968 13 - Norway - Odd Børre - Stress

    2:30

    Eurovision 1968

  • Jurado TVE - Festival de Eurovision 1968

    13:38

    Presenta: Jesús Álvarez.º

  • ESC 1968 14 - Ireland - Pat McGeegan - Chance Of A Lifetime

    3:10

    Eurovision 1968

  • 1962 Eurovision France - Isabelle Aubret - Un premier amour HQ

    2:39

  • Eurovision 1968 Sweden - Claes Göran Hederström - Det börjar verka kärlek, banne mej

    3:32

  • ESC 1968 05 - Luxembourg - Chris Baldo & Sophie Garel - Nous Vivrons DAmour

    2:17

    Eurovision 1968

  • ESC 1968 09 - Finland - Kristina Hautala - Kun Kello Käy

    2:45

    Eurovision 1968

  • Kun kello käy - Finland 1968 - Eurovision songs with live orchestra

    3:17

    Let's make Eurovision live again! So please like my facebook page Interested in Eurovision history? check the biography of Ossi Runne and other conductors at:
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    CREDITS:
    Kristina Hautala: Kun kello käy
    Country : Finland
    Year : 1968

    Lyrics : Juha Vainio
    Music : Esko Linnavalli
    Arrangement : Esko Linnavalli
    Conductor : Ossi Runne

  • Sergio Endrigo - Marianne

    3:01

    Eurovision Song Contest 1968
    Italy
    Sergio Endrigo - Marianne
    10th place (7 points)

  • NSF 1968: Ronnie Tober - Morgen

    2:32

    NSF 1968: Ronnie Tober - Morgen

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  • Gilles DREU - ma prière - 1968

    2:19

    sur une musique du folklore américain, paroles de P.Delanoé, chanson extraite du premier 45 tours EP de Gilles Dreu alouette sorti en 1968

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