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  • Peggy March - I Will Follow Him

    3:17

    Exactly 50 years ago on January 22nd 1963, I Will Follow Him was released by Little Peggy March. She became the youngest ever female at barely 15 to have a US No. 1 Hit. She has held onto this title in the Guinness World Records for an incredible 50 years. To celebrate this iconic song, Peggy went into the studios and recorded a new version complete with a video in honour of her 50 years in show business.

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  • Peggy March - I Will Follow Him

    3:42

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  • Little peggy March - i wish i were a princess

    3:27

    Little peggy march - i wish i were a princess
    1963. perry como show

  • Little Peggy March - All the Best

    48:25

    TRACKLIST
    01- Only You Could Do That To My Heart 00:11
    02- Passo Su Passo 02:17
    03- Wind-Up Doll 04:55
    04- Gli Occhi Tuoi Sono Blu 07:27
    05- Lady Music 09:52
    06- Boy Crazy 12:13
    07- Mama Dear, Papa Dear 14:48
    08- Solo per te 17:08
    09- Try To See It My Way 19:33
    10- Losin' My Touch 22:11
    11- I'll Never Forget Last Night 24:40
    12- Little Me 26:56
    13- Te ne vai 29:20
    14- Dream World 31:45
    15- Hello Heartache, Goodbye Love 34:05
    16- The Impossible Happened 36:29
    17- Carillon 38:40
    18- Tino 40:30
    19- I Will Follow Him 42:44
    20- Waterfall 45:24


    Little Peggy March - All the Best (FULL ALBUM)
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    Peggy March (born Margaret Annemarie Battavio, March 8, 1948 in Lansdale, Pennsylvania) is an American pop singer. She is primarily known for her 1963 million-selling song I Will Follow Him. Although she is sometimes remembered as a one-hit wonder, she continued to have success in Europe well into the 1970s.


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  • Little Peggy March - I Will Follow Him

    2:30

    Music video by Little Peggy March performing I Will Follow Him (Audio). (C) 2017 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

  • Little Peggy March - I Will Follow Him

    2:53

    Little Peggy March, age 15 years old, only ever had one big hit during her decade with RCA Records, but that song, I Will Follow Him, spent three weeks at the number one spot on the charts and even topped the R&B charts for a week as well. It pretty well helped define the early girl-group sound, as much as the Shangri-Las' Leader of the Pack or Great Big Kiss did the later end of the musical genre. Her subsequent hits, I Wish I Were a Princess (which was featured prominently in John Waters' period romp Hairspray) and Hello Heartache, Goodbye Love, scored much lower in the Top 40. RCA continued to record March for ten years, right into the early '70s, but she never scored an American hit of any consequence after early 1964. By contrast, in Europe, she was a popular recording artist for many years and scored several major hits, especially in Germany, where she moved in 1969.

    Margaret Battavio, aka Little Peggy March, had dreamt of a singing career for most of her young life, and had been winning talent contests as a young girl. She was signed to RCA in 1962 at age 14, and made her debut that year with a cover of the song Little Me, taken from a Sid Caesar Broadway hit, which vanished without a trace. Her second single was to ensure her place in the pop music reference books, however.

    English-born girl singer Petula Clark, who'd been recording since the mid-'50s, had recently scored a hit in France with a song called Chariot on the Vogue label. RCA producers Hugo Peretti and Luigi Creatore (Hugo and Luigi), best known today for their work with Sam Cooke, found the song and got March to record the number in a new version with simpler lyrics, now known as I Will Follow Him. Clark's recording was a slow, moody, soulful piece, with the singer seeking the depths of the song's meaning, all without the doo wop-style did-ip, da did-ip, da did-ip chorus. It sounded like the work of a woman. March's recording, by contrast, picked up the tempo, added a doo wop-style male chorus and a pulsing arrangement, with prominent drums and chorus, and her breathy, breathless reading of the lyrics. It sounded like the work of a passionate girl, and it defined the girl-group sound as much as numbers like Johnny Angel.

    March eventually released an entire album built around her sudden number one hit, including I Wish I Were a Princess, which reached the Top 40 in 1963. The rest of the album was a pretty collection of tuneful teen-pop, the world of romance as seen through the persona of a 15-year-old, including such numbers as My Teenage Castle (Is Tumbling Down) and Johnny Cool. She subsequently saw modest chart success in America with the magnificent Hello Heartache, Goodbye Love, a near-cousin of I Will Follow Him in beat and arrangement, which reached the Top 30 and also became a hit in England; and also with The Impossible Happened, a funny, silly little teenage girl's romantic lament, which made the American Top 50. In early 1964, March was still reaching the lower reaches of the charts with Paul Anka's (I'm Watching) Every Move You Make, but after that, music began changing very rapidly with the advent of the British Invasion sound. She recorded 18 singles for RCA between 1964 and 1971 and several albums as well, none of which charted in any serious way in America.

    As it turned out, the United States comprised only one part of the audience she was trying to reach, and listeners over there were far more interested in March, as an American pop star, than Americans were. She moved to Germany with her husband/manager, Arnie Harris, and enjoyed a career in recording, variety show performances, and television appearances. In the 1980s, March returned to America, where she continues to be best known for I Will Follow Him and the naive early girl-group sound that it represents, some 35 years after it was first released. ~ Bruce Eder & Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide

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  • Peggy March - Mit 17 hat man noch Träume

    4:33

    Enchanting live performance at the 5th German Schlager-Festspiele on 12 June 1965.
    A very different world then - seems a very very long time ago! Well, 43 years is a long time!

    Peggy March - Always And Forever - Album Trailer

  • I will follow him Little Peggy March 1962 with lyrics

    2:09

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  • Little peggy march - I will follow him

    2:33

    This is the first Perry Como show appearance by Peggy from 24th April 1963 - just about the time I Will Follow Him reaches number 1 on the US Charts

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  • Peggy March & José Hoebee - I Will Follow Him HD

    3:12

    Taken from Peggy March's new album ALWAYS AND FOREVER (DA-Music / Night Dance Records)

    In 1963, Little Peggy March recorded I Will Follow Him and became the youngest ever female artist to have a US #1 hit on Billboard - a record she still holds to this day, nearly 50 years later!

    Dutch singer, José Hoebee of 70s hit group LUV' (You're The Greatest Lover, Trojan Horse), recorded the same song in 1982 and enjoyed a #1 hit herself in the Netherlands and Belgium.

    In 2011, the two ladies recorded a duet version of their #1 song, produced by Soren Jensen with Piet Souer (who co-wrote and arranged all of LUV's hits). The song is included as a bonus track on the German edition of Peggy's current album Always And Forever together with another duet with José, My Christmas Wish.

    With special thanks to Casper Janssen for the idea!

  • Peggy March in Berlin 1970

    37:31

    Peggy March in Berlin 1970

    Musikfilm unter der Regie von Dieter Finnern
    Peggy singt Songs ihres damaligen Repertoires:

    1. Hey, das ist Musik für mich (stummgeschaltet)

    2. Mississippi Shuffle Boat

    3. Carnaby Street (stummgeschaltet)

    4. So wie ein Tiger

    5. Die Entdeckung des Jahrhunderts

    6. Die Maschen der Männer

    7. So many ways

    8. Falling in Love with Love

    9. Sittin' on the dock of the bay

    10. Vor dem Buckingham-Palast

    11. Das ist Zauberei

    12. Adio (I will follow him)

  • Peggy March - The Lucky One

    2:05

    PEGGY MARCH - New Album - ALWAYS AND FOREVER
    UK Digipac Edition:
    German 2012 Edition (incl. bonus track I Will Follow Him Duet With José Hoebee)

    This is a short version of The Lucky One, one of my personal favourites off our album with Peggy March, and a song that with its Latin vibe and joie-de-vivre made the perfect soundtrack in the car when we drove to Miami's Audio Vision Studios and back. I think you can tell on Peggy's vocal that she enjoyed recording this one in particular. I was particularly proud that legendary disco mixer Tom Moulton handpicked this one as one he'd like to remix.

    Peggy made her recording debut at the tender age of 14 by RCA Records, and in 1963 she topped the US Billboard charts with her #1 hit record I Will Follow Him, a song that has become a standard ever since. While Peggy landed four more hits in the US charts, she became a big star in Japan and particularly in Germany where she became a household name with countless TV-performances. By the end of the 70s, she had more than 30 chart hits to her credit! In the 80s, Peggy's career cooled off as she moved back to the US to raise her daughter. Still she co-wrote the song When The Rain Begins To Fall which became a European #1 hit for Jermaine Jackson & Pia Zadora in 1984. In the 90s, Peggy moved back to Germany to revitalize her career with another string of albums and singles, as well as being a regular performer in Las Vegas. However, throughout all these years of singing in German, Peggy had the wish to record an album in English again.

    The songs on ALWAYS AND FOREVER are an exciting mixture of pop, disco and dance tracks together with grand ballads (the title track) and even a Northern Soul-style track (Graduation Day) as a tribute to her 60s legacy. The song I Still Follow You with its grand orchestration marks a dramatic and haunting closer to the album. Also included in the album is Peggy's first recording of When The Rain Begins To Fall on which she duets with German singer and longtime friend Andreas Zaron. The whole album showcases Peggy's powerful voice to its fullest.

    As a bonus, legendary mixer Tom Moulton has given three of the songs his Tom Moulton Mix treatment!


    THE LUCKY ONE
    Music: Soren Jensen
    Lyrics: Peggy March
    Keyboards: Keith Beauvais
    Backing Vocals: Peggy March,
    Jackie Rawe, Soren Jensen
    Produced & Arranged By Soren Jensen
    For Night Dance Records (p) 2010
    Executive Producer: Darren Harvey-Beswick

  • Little Peggy March - I will follow him

    2:29

  • Peggy March - I Will Follow Him

    2:43

  • Peggy March - Always And Forever

    2:21

    PEGGY MARCH - New Album - ALWAYS AND FOREVER
    UK Digipac Edition:
    German 2012 Edition (incl. bonus track I Will Follow Him Duet With José Hoebee)

    This is a short version of the beautiful title track of Peggy March's new album. A love song dedicated to her husband since 1968, Arnie Harris, and a song that gave me the goosebumps when we recorded it. The instruments were played by Sam Scott, son of the late Clive Scott, only 15 years old at the time, but a very gifted musician. We spent six hours recording the intricate backing vocals with Jackie Rawe before Peggy laid down her lead vocal, pouring heart and soul into the lyrics and hitting some incredible notes. To me, Peggy is definitely up there with singers like Barbra Streisand and Elaine Paige, vocally.

    Peggy made her recording debut at the tender age of 14 by RCA Records, and in 1963 she topped the US Billboard charts with her #1 hit record I Will Follow Him, a song that has become a standard ever since. While Peggy landed four more hits in the US charts, she became a big star in Japan and particularly in Germany where she became a household name with countless TV-performances. By the end of the 70s, she had more than 30 chart hits to her credit! In the 80s, Peggy's career cooled off as she moved back to the US to raise her daughter. Still she co-wrote the song When The Rain Begins To Fall which became a European #1 hit for Jermaine Jackson & Pia Zadora in 1984. In the 90s, Peggy moved back to Germany to revitalize her career with another string of albums and singles, as well as being a regular performer in Las Vegas. However, throughout all these years of singing in German, Peggy had the wish to record an album in English again.

    The songs on ALWAYS AND FOREVER are an exciting mixture of pop, disco and dance tracks together with grand ballads (the title track) and even a Northern Soul-style track (Graduation Day) as a tribute to her 60s legacy. The song I Still Follow You with its grand orchestration marks a dramatic and haunting closer to the album. Also included in the album is Peggy's first recording of When The Rain Begins To Fall on which she duets with German singer and longtime friend Andreas Zaron. The whole album showcases Peggy's powerful voice to its fullest.

    As a bonus, legendary mixer Tom Moulton has given three of the songs his Tom Moulton Mix treatment!


    ALWAYS AND FOREVER
    Music: Soren Jensen
    Lyrics: Peggy March
    Keyboards: Sam Scott
    Backing Vocals: Jackie Rawe
    Produced & Arranged By Soren Jensen
    For Night Dance Records (p) 2010
    Executive Producer: Darren Harvey-Beswick

  • Peggy March I Will Follow Him PERRY COMO SHOW 1963

    4:09

    This is the first Perry Como show appearance by Peggy from 24th April 1963. Note no lyrics

  • Peggy March - Adio, Adio

    2:18

    Peggy March hat am 06.03.1970 in Berlin 'Adio, Adio', die deutsche Version ihres Mega-Hits I will follow him aufgenommen und auf der LP 'Meine Welt' veröffentlicht. Der deutsche Text wurde von George Buschor geschrieben. Produziert wurde die Aufnahme von Wolf Kabitzky. Das Arrangement stammt von Henry Mayer und Peter Jacques. Es spielt das Orchester Peter Jacques. Begleitet wird Peggy von den Rosy-Singers.
    Mal eine ganz andere Version von I will follow him!

  • Peggy March - In der Carnaby Street 1970

    3:03

    Peggy March - In der Carnaby Street 1970

    Was so alles geschieht in der Carnaby Street,
    und ein Carnaby Boy spielt auf seiner Guitar
    für die Leute ein Lied in der Carnaby Street.
    Was so alles geschieht, ja die Girls und die Boys
    kommen raus aus dem Haus,
    denn sie hören den Beat in der Carnaby Street.

    Allen geht der Beat in die Beine,
    und die Melodie geht ins Ohr,
    ja und alle denken das eine:
    Das gibt es nur in der Carnaby Street.

    Was so alles geschieht in der Carnaby Street,
    ja die Girls und die Boys
    alle pfeifen das Lied auf der Carnaby Street.

    (Instrumental)

    Was so alles geschieht in der Carnaby Street,
    und ein Carnaby Boy spielt mit seiner Guitar
    nur noch .. Hits auf der Carnaby Street.

    Was so alles geschieht
    ja die Girls und die Boys zahlen gerne den Preis
    und sie kaufen den Hit auf der Carnaby Street.

    Allen geht der Beat in die Beine,
    und die Melodie geht ins Ohr,
    ja und alle denken das eine:
    Das gibt es nur in der Carnaby Street.

    Was so alles geschieht in der Carnaby Street,
    ja bei Tag und bei Nacht
    pfeiffen alle den Hit auf der Carnaby Street

    (Instrumental)

  • PEGGY MARCH - I WILL FOLLOW HIM - MAXMIX

    3:16

    PEGGY MARCH - I WILL FOLLOW HIM - MAXMIX

  • Peggy March, Ireen Sheer & Lena Valaitis - Medley Hits der 60er-Jahre 2013

    11:29

    Peggy March, Ireen Sheer & Lena Valaitis - Medley Hits der 60er-Jahre 2013

    1. I can hear Music (Beach Boys 1969)

    2. Venus (Shocking Blue 1969)

    3. Be my Baby (Ronettes 1963)

    4. The Sun ain't gonna shine anymore (Walker Brothers 1966)

    5. Black is Black (Los Bravos 1966)

    6. Downtown (Petula Clark 1964)

    7. Suspicious Minds (Elvis Presley 1969)

    8. I can hear Music (Beach Boys 1969)

    9. Da Doo Ron Ron (Crystals 1963)

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  • I follow him PEGGY MARCH lyrics letra

    2:42

    PEGGY MARCH I follow him with lyrics con letra
    1963
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  • Peggy March: Peggy in Berlin

    37:29

    00:00 Das ist Musik für dich
    02:10 Mississippi Shuffle Boat
    05:13 Was so alles geschieht auf der Carnaby Street
    08:10 Interview 1 mit Peggy March
    09:14 Fauche wie ein Tiger
    12:35 Die Entdeckung des Jahrhunderts
    15:28 Die Maschen der Männer
    17:50 Interview 2 mit Peggy March
    20:10 So many ways
    25:17 Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay
    27:52 Interview 3 mit Peggy March
    28:55 Buckingham Palast
    32:03 Zauberei
    34:56 Adio, Adio

  • Peggy March - Dreh die Uhr zurück zum Anfang 1980

    2:49

    Peggy March - Dreh die Uhr zurück zum Anfang 1980

  • Peggy March - Fly Away Pretty Flamingo

    2:23

    Peggy March - Fly Away Pretty Flamingo ( 1977 )

  • Peggy March - Dann ist es Liebe 1981

    3:18

    Peggy March - Dann ist es Liebe 1981

    Du hast mich lächelnd angeschaut
    Ich kriegte eine Gänsehaut
    Und meine Knie, die wurden weich
    Und ich war plötzlich wie verwandelt
    und hab' Dich viel zu nett behandelt
    Wenn einem so etwas passiert
    Wenn man sich einfach nicht geniert
    und sich auf einmal nicht mehr ziert

    Dann ist es Liebe, dann ist es Liebe, dann ist es Liebe
    Dann ist es Liebe, dann ist es Liebe, dann ist es Liebe

    Ich war gerade erst zuhaus',
    da kam ein bunter Blumenstrauss,
    gleich darauf ging das Telefon
    Kaum legte ich den Hörer nieder
    ging es ring ring, Du warst es wieder
    Wenn einer sich so sehr bemüht
    und man ihn täglich wiedersieht
    und er drauf wartet, was geschieht

    Dann ist es Liebe, dann ist es Liebe, dann ist es Liebe
    Dann ist es Liebe, dann ist es Liebe, dann ist es Liebe

    (Instrumental)

    Jetzt sind wir beide wie verhext
    Und die Verrücktsein in uns wächst
    Ich glaub', es hat uns voll erwischt
    Wir hören tausend Glocken läuten
    Das hat doch etwas zu bedeuten
    Wenn man wie wir nicht anders kann
    Wenn man sich sagt: jetzt bin ich dran
    und fängt vor Glück zu tanzen an

    Dann ist es Liebe, dann ist es Liebe, dann ist es Liebe
    Dann ist es Liebe, dann ist es Liebe, dann ist es Liebe

    La la la...

  • Peggy March I will follow him 2 16 2013

    3:35

    Peggy March singing her 1963 number one hit I will follow him at a private gathering Feb. 16, 2013

  • Little peggy March - i will follow him

    4:08

    Little peggy march - i will follow him
    1963. perry como show

  • Peggy March - Romeo und Julia 1995

    2:40

    Peggy March - Romeo und Julia 1995

    Original von 1967

    Wir, wir beide sind nicht Romeo und Julia,
    die beiden, die man vom Theater kennt.
    Wir, wir beide sind nicht Romeo und Julia,
    bei uns gibt es bestimmt ein Happy End.

    Wir, wir zwei sind keine Kinder von Herrn Shakespeare,
    wir werden alle Sorgen überstehen.
    Komm, komm her zu mir, mein Darling, überleg's dir
    wann wir Verlobungsringe kaufen geh'n.

    Die Leute in unserer Strasse, die reden von dir und mir
    Wenn wir uns verliebt umarmen vor der Tür.
    Die Leute, sie werden denken, die kriegen sich nie, die zwei.
    Doch ich weiss, das geht im Leben nie vorbei.

    Wir, wir beide sind nicht Romeo und Julia,
    und sind auch nicht zu Hause in Florenz.
    Wir, wir beide machen Romeo und Julia
    In puncto Tränen keine Konkurrenz.

  • Peggy March - Einmal verliebt, immer verliebt 1971

    2:23

    Peggy March - Einmal verliebt, immer verliebt 1971

  • Little Peggy March - I Will Follow Him

    2:18

    Little Peggy March, age 15 years old, only ever had one big hit during her decade with RCA Records, but that song, I Will Follow Him, spent three weeks at the number one spot on the charts and even topped the R&B charts for a week as well. It pretty well helped define the early girl-group sound, as much as the Shangri-Las' Leader of the Pack or Great Big Kiss did the later end of the musical genre. Her subsequent hits, I Wish I Were a Princess (which was featured prominently in John Waters' period romp Hairspray) and Hello Heartache, Goodbye Love, scored much lower in the Top 40. RCA continued to record March for ten years, right into the early '70s, but she never scored an American hit of any consequence after early 1964. By contrast, in Europe, she was a popular recording artist for many years and scored several major hits, especially in Germany, where she moved in 1969.

    Margaret Battavio, aka Little Peggy March, had dreamt of a singing career for most of her young life, and had been winning talent contests as a young girl. She was signed to RCA in 1962 at age 14, and made her debut that year with a cover of the song Little Me, taken from a Sid Caesar Broadway hit, which vanished without a trace. Her second single was to ensure her place in the pop music reference books, however.

    English-born girl singer Petula Clark, who'd been recording since the mid-'50s, had recently scored a hit in France with a song called Chariot on the Vogue label. RCA producers Hugo Peretti and Luigi Creatore (Hugo and Luigi), best known today for their work with Sam Cooke, found the song and got March to record the number in a new version with simpler lyrics, now known as I Will Follow Him. Clark's recording was a slow, moody, soulful piece, with the singer seeking the depths of the song's meaning, all without the doo wop-style did-ip, da did-ip, da did-ip chorus. It sounded like the work of a woman. March's recording, by contrast, picked up the tempo, added a doo wop-style male chorus and a pulsing arrangement, with prominent drums and chorus, and her breathy, breathless reading of the lyrics. It sounded like the work of a passionate girl, and it defined the girl-group sound as much as numbers like Johnny Angel.

    March eventually released an entire album built around her sudden number one hit, including I Wish I Were a Princess, which reached the Top 40 in 1963. The rest of the album was a pretty collection of tuneful teen-pop, the world of romance as seen through the persona of a 15-year-old, including such numbers as My Teenage Castle (Is Tumbling Down) and Johnny Cool. She subsequently saw modest chart success in America with the magnificent Hello Heartache, Goodbye Love, a near-cousin of I Will Follow Him in beat and arrangement, which reached the Top 30 and also became a hit in England; and also with The Impossible Happened, a funny, silly little teenage girl's romantic lament, which made the American Top 50. In early 1964, March was still reaching the lower reaches of the charts with Paul Anka's (I'm Watching) Every Move You Make, but after that, music began changing very rapidly with the advent of the British Invasion sound. She recorded 18 singles for RCA between 1964 and 1971 and several albums as well, none of which charted in any serious way in America.

    As it turned out, the United States comprised only one part of the audience she was trying to reach, and listeners over there were far more interested in March, as an American pop star, than Americans were. She moved to Germany with her husband/manager, Arnie Harris, and enjoyed a career in recording, variety show performances, and television appearances. In the 1980s, March returned to America, where she continues to be best known for I Will Follow Him and the naive early girl-group sound that it represents, some 35 years after it was first released. ~ Bruce Eder & Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide

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  • PEGGY MARCH ~ I WILL FOLLOW HIM LIVE

    2:32

    Her one and only huge hit song, Little Peggy March is still the youngest female vocalists to have a number one million selling record to this day!

  • Peggy March & Andy Borg - Romeo und Julia | Andy Borg Wir halten zusammen

    2:45

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  • LITTLE PEGGY MARCH canta BOLEROS en Español - AMOR

    29:41

    TEMAS GRABADOS EN EL SELLO RCA EN 1964:
    01.- BESAME MUCHO (Consuelo Velázquez).-
    02.- CUANDO TU NO ESTAS (Battistella-Le Pera-Gardel-Lattes).-
    03.- SI ES DE NOCHE (Amurri-De Martino-VC:A.Martinez).-
    04.- CONTIGO EN LA DISTANCIA (Portillo de la Luz).-
    05.- AMOR (M.López Méndez-G.Ruiz).-
    06.- LA MENTIRA (Alvaro Carrillo).-
    07.- UN POCO MAS (Alvaro Carrillo).-
    08.- AMANECÍ EN TUS BRAZOS (José Alfredo Jiménez).-
    09.- ACÉRCATE MAS (Osvaldo Farres).-
    10.- SIN MOTIVO (Gabriel Ruiz).-
    11.- MI ÚLTIMO FRACASO (Alfredo Gil).-
    12.- CAMINEMOS (Heriberto Martínez-VC: Alfredo Gil).-
    LITTLE PEGGY MARCH (Margaret Annemarie Batttavio- Nacida en Pensilvania-EEUU-el 8-3-1948) GRABÓ ESTE LP EN BUENOS AIRES -ARGENTINA CON LA DIRECCIÓN MUSICAL DEL MAESTRO HORACIO MALVICINO.

  • Little Peggy March Dream World GR 042/17

    2:14

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  • Peggy March - TV-Show Spanien 1974

    9:29

    Am 14.09.1974 trat Peggy in der spanischen TV-Show 'senoras y senores' auf und sang in spanischer, englischer und deutscher Sprache drei Titel:
    - 'Nueve Estrellas' (Rolf-Hans Müller) sang sie für Deutschland beim Weltfestival 'Onda Nueva' in Caracas und belegte den 4. Platz bei 28 Teilnehmern
    - 'Everybody Join Hands' (Moroder/Kunze/Bellotte) erschien 1973 auf der LP 'Für Dich'
    - 'Lass das Licht in die Welt' (Siegel/Puschmann/Kunze) erschien ebenso 1973 auf der LP 'Für Dich'.

  • PEGGY MARCH 1973 BERLIN BERLIN VERY RARE

    3:23

    PEGGY MARCH WITH DAUGHTER
    SANDE-ANN ON HER WAY -VERY CUTE 1973

    ALL RIGHTS PEGGY MARCH
    PEGGY'S NEW CD IS AVAILABLE !!!

    PEGGY'S WEBSITE

  • Peggy March 1971 - Einmal verliebt, immer verliebt

    1:57

    Peggy March 1971 im unfertigen Olympiastadion München / Peggy March in 1971 at the unfinished Munich Olympic Stadium

  • Little Peggy March - I Will Follow Him

    3:20

    Little Peggy March, age 15 years old, only ever had one big hit during her decade with RCA Records, but that song, I Will Follow Him, spent three weeks at the number one spot on the charts and even topped the R&B charts for a week as well. It pretty well helped define the early girl-group sound, as much as the Shangri-Las' Leader of the Pack or Great Big Kiss did the later end of the musical genre. Her subsequent hits, I Wish I Were a Princess (which was featured prominently in John Waters' period romp Hairspray) and Hello Heartache, Goodbye Love, scored much lower in the Top 40. RCA continued to record March for ten years, right into the early '70s, but she never scored an American hit of any consequence after early 1964. By contrast, in Europe, she was a popular recording artist for many years and scored several major hits, especially in Germany, where she moved in 1969.

    Margaret Battavio, aka Little Peggy March, had dreamt of a singing career for most of her young life, and had been winning talent contests as a young girl. She was signed to RCA in 1962 at age 14, and made her debut that year with a cover of the song Little Me, taken from a Sid Caesar Broadway hit, which vanished without a trace. Her second single was to ensure her place in the pop music reference books, however.

    English-born girl singer Petula Clark, who'd been recording since the mid-'50s, had recently scored a hit in France with a song called Chariot on the Vogue label. RCA producers Hugo Peretti and Luigi Creatore (Hugo and Luigi), best known today for their work with Sam Cooke, found the song and got March to record the number in a new version with simpler lyrics, now known as I Will Follow Him. Clark's recording was a slow, moody, soulful piece, with the singer seeking the depths of the song's meaning, all without the doo wop-style did-ip, da did-ip, da did-ip chorus. It sounded like the work of a woman. March's recording, by contrast, picked up the tempo, added a doo wop-style male chorus and a pulsing arrangement, with prominent drums and chorus, and her breathy, breathless reading of the lyrics. It sounded like the work of a passionate girl, and it defined the girl-group sound as much as numbers like Johnny Angel.

    March eventually released an entire album built around her sudden number one hit, including I Wish I Were a Princess, which reached the Top 40 in 1963. The rest of the album was a pretty collection of tuneful teen-pop, the world of romance as seen through the persona of a 15-year-old, including such numbers as My Teenage Castle (Is Tumbling Down) and Johnny Cool. She subsequently saw modest chart success in America with the magnificent Hello Heartache, Goodbye Love, a near-cousin of I Will Follow Him in beat and arrangement, which reached the Top 30 and also became a hit in England; and also with The Impossible Happened, a funny, silly little teenage girl's romantic lament, which made the American Top 50. In early 1964, March was still reaching the lower reaches of the charts with Paul Anka's (I'm Watching) Every Move You Make, but after that, music began changing very rapidly with the advent of the British Invasion sound. She recorded 18 singles for RCA between 1964 and 1971 and several albums as well, none of which charted in any serious way in America.

    As it turned out, the United States comprised only one part of the audience she was trying to reach, and listeners over there were far more interested in March, as an American pop star, than Americans were. She moved to Germany with her husband/manager, Arnie Harris, and enjoyed a career in recording, variety show performances, and television appearances. In the 1980s, March returned to America, where she continues to be best known for I Will Follow Him and the naive early girl-group sound that it represents, some 35 years after it was first released. ~ Bruce Eder & Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide

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  • nordwand. & Peggy March - Mit 17 hat man noch Träume

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    nordwand. & Peggy March – die frische kongeniale Kombination in der Welt des Schlagers.
    „I will follow him“, wer kennt diesen Titel nicht, spätestens seit Sister Act ist er wohl auch dem nicht so schlageraffinen Publikum bekannt. Peggy March, die Allrounderin, die Schallplatten in sieben Sprachen während ihrer einzigartigen Karriere, in nahezu allen Ländern der Erde veröffentlichte, wagt nun gemeinsam mit der steirischen Gruppe nordwand. ein neues musikalisches Projekt.

    Nordwand, seit jeher bekannt für besondere musikalische Herangehensweise an Songs, Titel und Themen, nehmen die Musik wie sie ist und genau wofür sie stehen soll: Gute Laune zu verbreiten und das Publikum zu unterhalten. Aus diesem Antrieb entwickelte sich eine neue die Idee – Wir haben Träume, andere haben Träume, Peggy March hat den passenden Titel!

    So findet sich jeder selbst wieder.

    Egal ob Jung oder Alt – wer hat nicht noch Träume, die es noch zu verwirklichen gibt. Die Künstlerin und die Band setzten ihre Träume um, sind ab ins Studio und haben den TopHit „Mit 17 hat man noch Träume“ als Duett neu im aktuellen Discofoxstil eingespielt.

    Träume haben auch die Fähigkeit wahr zu werden, man muss nur mit Nachdruck daran arbeiten und den Glauben nicht verlieren.

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  • Peggy March in Ein Kessel Buntes

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    Am 15.12.18 zeigte der MDR eine Ausgabe von 'Ein Kessel Buntes', in der Peggy March von Wolfgang Lippert interviewt wurde.
    Sie schwärmte von den Liveauftritten mit den großen DDR-Orchestern. Und warum, davon kann man sich auch gleich noch in Bild und Ton überzeugen ...

  • Peggy March, Henry Mayer - Doktor

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    Die große Star- und Schlagerrevue, Nr. 5 (1970)

  • Peggy March - Hee, hee hey, hey

    2:01

    Beschreibung

  • Peggy March - Hit-Medley - CSD Köln 2010

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    Peggy March singt ein Medley ihrer grössten deutschsprachigen Hits, u.a. Hey, Memories of Heidelberg, Mit 17 hat man noch Träume.

  • Chris Roberts & Peggy March - Die Maschen der Mädchen/Männer

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    Chris Roberts - Die Maschen der Mädchen 1968 & Peggy March - Die

    Maschen der Männer 1970

    1. Chris Roberts - Die Maschen der Mädchen 1968
    Die Maschen der Mädchen aus unserem Städtchen
    die kenne ich alle, ich seh' jede Falle.
    Schau her wie sie klimpern mit Augen und Wimpern
    und wie sie sich drehen, wenn sie vor dir gehen!

    Die Maschen der Mädchen sind leider 'ne Schau
    sie wollen dich fangen, das weißt du genau!
    Die Maschen der Mädchen sind süßer als Wein
    ich fall aber gern auf die Maschen herein!

    Die Bluse der Lisa, die war eine Wonne
    denn dann, wenn ich sie sah, dann sah ich die Sonne.
    Ihr Rock, der war mini, wie ich darauf stehe
    doch dann im Bikini sprach sie von Ehe!

    Die Maschen der Mädchen sind leider 'ne Schau
    sie wollen dich fangen, das weißt du genau!
    Die Maschen der Mädchen sind süßer als Wein
    ich fall aber gern auf die Maschen herein!

    2. Peggy March - Die Maschen der Männer 1970
    ... der Mädchen erweichen.
    Sie reden vom Kino und wollen dich küssen
    und nach einem Vino noch allerhand wissen.

    Die Maschen der Männer sind leider nicht neu
    du mußt sie bewundern, dann bleiben sie treu.
    Die Maschen der Männer, die ändern sich nie
    doch was wär' das Leben für uns ohne sie.

    Da tragen sie Bärte wie große Poeten
    und spielen am Lido mit Muskelpaketen.
    Sie sagen: Mein Fräulein, oh bleiben sie steh'n
    wo haben wir beide uns schon mal geseh'n?

    Die Maschen der Männer sind leider nicht neu
    du mußt sie bewundern, dann bleiben sie treu.
    Die Maschen der Männer, die ändern sich nie
    doch was wär' das Leben für uns ohne sie.

  • I Will Follow Him -Little Peggy March Sing In Japanese version.wmv

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    Little Peggy March - Sings In Japanese CD

  • 45 giri - Little Peggy March - Te ne vai

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    Te ne vai (Rossi, Weiss)
    Little Peggy March
    1963

  • Little Peggy March- I Wish I Were a Princess

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  • Platz 15 Peggy March - Romeo und Julia Stereo

    2:46

    Offizielle Austriacharts
    Singlecharts
    Jahreswertung 1967

  • Peggy March - Memories of Heidelberg - 1993

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    Peggy March - Memories of Heidelberg - 1993

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  • Little Peggy March - I Will Follow Him

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    Little Peggy March - I Will Follow Him at Bowzer's Ultimate Doo Wop Party Vol. XIV, Mohegan Sun Arena on 1/18/2015.

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