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RAMONA









197O:

Debut single:
-Du-Ich Brauche Was, Und Das Bist Du (C. Andrews/H.H. Henning)
-Liebe Ist Ein Sch�nes Spiel (R. Arnie/H. Christin/L. Steinbich
(7" Philips 6003 028 )







-Alles Was Wir Woll'n Auf Erden (H.H. Henning/M. Mainzel)
-Ich Mu� Telefonieren (M. Morrow/H.H. Henning)
Orchestra Victor Waldin
(7" Philips 6003061)







-Merry Christmas (H. H. Henning/M. Mainzel)
-Weihnachtm�rchen vom Gansebl�mchen (M. Braggioti/H. H. Henning)
(7� Philips 6003 077)







-Jeder Ist Nur Eine Halfte (B. Maus/H.H. Henning/M. Mainzel)
-Kein Prinz, Kein Held, Kein Millionar (M. Mainzel/D. Nenghin/R. Arnie)
(7" Philips 6003138)







-Lieber Dich Und Kein Geld (R. Siegel/K. Hertha)
-Weinen Ist Silber, Lachen Ist Gold (R. Siegel/G. L. Goldfield)
(7" Philips 6003 194)







-Liebe Ist F�r Alle Da (R. Siegel/G. Baienle)
-Nur Probleme (C. Juwens/M. Holm)
( 7" Philips 6003 234)







-Wenn Du Gehst (R. Siegel/M. Holm)
-Party, Party (Idem)
(7� Philips 6003 277)







-Oh, Wie So Wundersam
-Kleine Squaw
(7� Philips 6003 )







-Das Weiss Der Himmel Allein (R. Siegel/F. Thorsten/M. Holm)
-Zuerst Kommst Du (B. Zylka/K.Hertha)
(7" Philips 6003 302)












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ALBUM: ALLES WAS WIR WOLL�N AUF ERDEN (LP Philips 6305101 )

-Alles Was Wir Woll'n Auf Erden (H.H. Henning/M. Mainzel)
-Lieben Lachen Und Weinen (H.H. Henning/K. Farmer/C. Presto)
-Unser Leben (M. Mainzel/D. Nenghin/R. Arnie)
-Ein Tolles Ding (H.H. Henning/M. Mainzel)
-Ein Rosarotes Himmelbett (Paper Mache) (B. Bacharach/H. David/H. H. Henning)

-Du-Ich Brauche Was, Und Das Bist Du (C. Andrews/H.H. Henning)
-Liebe Ist Ein Sch�nes Spiel (R. Arnie/H. Christin/L. Steinbich
-Paff. Der Zauberdrachen (Puff) (P. Yarrow/L. Lipton/F. Old�rp)
-Kein Prinz, Kein Held, Kein Millionar (M. Mainzel/D. Nenghin/R. Arnie)
-Ich Mu� Telefonieren (M. Morrow/H.H. Henning)
-Ich Glaube An Die Menschlichkeit (The Wine Is Young) (B. Bacharach/H. David/H. H. Henning)
(Contains a poster)









1973:

ALBUM: IHRE GROSSE ERFOLGE (LP Fontana 6434183 )


-Alles Was Wi�r Woll�n Auf Erden
-Unser Leben
-Jeder Ist Nur Eine H�lfte
-Nur Probleme
-Liebe Ist F�r Alle Da
-Lieber Dich Und Kein Geld
-Du-Ich Brauche Was, Und Das Bist Du (You)
-Wenn Du Gehst
-Liebe Ist Ein Sch�nes Spiel
-Party, Party
-Zuerst Kommst Du
-Das Weiss Der Himmel Allein








NOTE:
RAMONA was in the German movie: "Tante Trude aus Boxtehude" with Alles Was Wir Woll'n Auf Erden





1974:


-Mama, Du Tantz Nie Rock'n Roll (Scharfenberger/Kunze)
-Ich Glaube, Ich Habe Mich Verliebt (Scharfenberger/Kunze)
Produced by M. Kunze
(7" 13299 AT)







-Young Love (C. Joyner/R. Siegel/T. Goldfield)
Produced by Ralph Siegel
-K�m' doch einmal ein Seemann (Scharfenberger/Kunze)
Produced by Michael Holm/Ralph Siegel
(7� Jupiter Records 13764 AT)

NOTE: Young Love was a hit for Sonny James and Tab Hunter in 1957.
-K�m' doch einmal ein Seemann has been released on CD on 3-CD compilation box set





RAMONA WULF

1975:

Ramona Wulf was a vocalist in the group Silver Convention from 1975 to 1979.







-Sugar Candy Kisses (in German) (T. Waddington/W. Bickerton/M. Kunze)
-Liebe Heisst Das Lied (R. Siegel/M. Kunze)
Produced by M. Kunze
(7" Jupiter Records 13889 AT)



















1977:

ALBUM: NATURAL WOMAN (Jupiter Records 25021 OT)

-Natural Man (I'm A Natural Woman)
-I Can't Say No
-Teacher
-Step By Step

-Baby It's The Rain*
-When A Girl's In Love
-Please Call Me Now (M. Chevalier/M. Chevalier/K. Wilson)
-Save The Last Dance For Me (M. Shuman/D. Pomus)*

All song written by S. Levay/M. Kunze except where noted
Produced by M. Kunze, arranged by S. Levay (plus keyboards & sax)
NOTE: One of the background singers is Madeline Bell (most known for her vocals with Blue Mink) Album includes poster
*= Recorded in 1976

SINGLE RELEASES:







Save The Last Dance For Me (Single edit: 3:15)/Baby, It's The Rain (Single unedited version: 4:18 Note: audience applause in the beginning and in the end)
(7" Jupiter 16 795 AT, released March 1976.)







Natural Man (Single edit: 3:00)/Teacher
(7" Jupiter 17 816 AT, released March 1977)

12" SINGLE RELEASE:
-Step By Step (Extended Remix version 7:11)/Natural Man

















1978:

ALBUM RE-RELEASE: PARLEZ MOI D'AMOUR (JUPITER 200 206-315)

Songs:

Parlez-moi d'amour
Natural Man
I Can't Say No
I'll Never Marry In The Summertime
Step By Step
Baby It's The Rain
When A Girl's In Love
Teacher
Please Call Me Now
Save The Last Dance For Me


CD RELEASE in Japan under the title "BEST OF BEST SEVENTIES DISCO HIT QUEEN: RAMONA WULF" (1990)







SINGLE RELEASE:
-Parlez Moi D'Amour (J. Lenoir)
-I'll Never Marry In The Summertime (R. Siegel/B. Meinunger)
Produced by Ralph Siegel
(7" Jupiter Records 15846 AT)





1979:









-Boomerang (Celi Bee Soto)
-Come On Over To My Place (D. Klevatt)
Produced by H. Hornung/D. Klevatt
(7" Jupiter Records 100744)







ALBUM: CHRIS ROBERTS: CHRIS & FRIENDS (Jupiter Records 201 727-32)

-Adjutant Of Love (Duet between Chris Roberts & Ramona Wulf)
(H. Hornung/C. Roberts/C. Beatty)
Produced by Horst Hornung










1980:









ALBUM: SHAKE WHAT YO'MAMA GIVE YA (Jupiter Records 202149-320)

-Shake What Yo'Mama Give Ya!
-Jump Into The Fire (P. Gammon)
-Thank You Baby
-All I Want Is You
-English Rose (S. Levay/H. Hornung/C. Beatty)

-Sniffin' The Sweet Air
-4 On The Floor
-Cat's Eyes
-Shade Your Eyes From The Daylight
-One Moon For The Moonlite

All songs written by Horst Hornung & Cedric Beatty except where noted
Produced by Horst Hornung, arranged by H. Hornung, S. Levay & P. Gammon
NOTE: Inner sleeve contains lyrics







SINGLE RELEASE:
Thank You Baby
Cat's Eyes
(7" Jupiter 102 023-100)

DADA-DADA (Jupiter Records 202 020-320)

-C�mon Boys C�mon Girls
-One Sleeper Too Many
-Xtacy (featuring Ramona Wulf on vocals)
-4 On The Floor (previously recorded by Ramona Wulf)
-A Cut From The Album

All tracks by Hornung/Beatty, except A Cut From The Album only by Hornung
Note: Sylvester Levay on keyboards.







One Sleeper Too Many (5:17)
Xtacy (5:00)
(12" Jupiter Records 600241)









1983:

-Flashdance - Tanz In Feuer (What A Feeling) (G. Moroder/Forsey/Cara/Kunze)
-Atemlos (Levay/Kunze)
Produced by S. Levay
(7" Oasis 613999 AC)
NOTE: Released under the name Ramona (without Wulf)











1986:

ALBUM: STRIP TO THE HEART (KOCH/SIXX Records E121.149)

-Body Beat (Boogie/Zorilla/Beatty)
-Heading Out Straight For You (Boogie/H. Votion)
-Pride & Passion (Boogie/Beatty/Pinion)
-Kiss Away (Boogie/Zorilla/Beatty)
-Night And Day (Cole Porter)

-Strip To The Heart (N. Daum/H. Hornung/Beautty)
-Purple Light (Goldfuss/Arendell)
-Get Down (Boogie/Zorilla/Beatty)
-Made For The Night (Boogie/Zorilla/Beatty)
-Birds Of A Feather (Boogie/Votion/Zorilla)

Produced by Horst Hornung, arranged by Dan Aldea, Norbert Daum, G�nther Eric Th�ner and Hortst Hornung

Musicians: Guillermo Marchena, Dan Aldea, G�nther Eric Th�ner, Patrick Gammon, Jeff Spencer, Maxwell O'Gamba, Geoff Stadling, Benny Gebauen, Wolfgang G�hringen, Bobby Stern

Backing vocals by Patricia Shockley and Rhonda Heath







SINGLE RELEASE:

-Body Beat/Pride & Passion
(7" Sixx AS 145.247)

12" SINGLE RELEASE:

-Body Beat (Extended version 5:25)/Pride & Passion/Purple Light
NOTE: Released under RAMONA (Not Ramona Wulf)







Ramona formed a new group, Ramona & The Paris Girls, with 2 other singers, Christina and Biba.















1988:

ALBUM: MOOD TO MOOD (Sixx LP 577/2128-1/ CD 577/2128-2)

-Heartbeat
-Come To Me
-Shock Of Love
-Sweet Sin
-Nuit Et Jour (Night And Day) (Cole Porter)
-Take Me Back
-The Touch Of Love
-Vive La Danse
-In Your Fantasies
-Mood To Mood

All songs written by Horst Hornung, Willy Ricko & John O'Flynn except Night And Day and Vive La Danse also written by Tino Zorilla
Produced and arranged by Horst Hornung, arranged by Bob Westling and Willy Kluter





SINGLE RELEASE:



Heartbeat/Mood To Mood

12" SINGLE RELEASE: Heart Beat (Extended version)/Mood To Mood

NOTE: Released under RAMONA (Not Ramona Wulf), inner sleeve contains lyrics







BIOGRAPHY OF RAMONA:

Ramona was born October 18, 1954 in Hanau, Germany. Ramona's mother Anneliese Kraft meet her father, a US military officer who was stationed as a GI in Garnisonstadt/Hanau in the beginning of the 1950's. Ramona's father was a black American male. He never married Anneliese, but he did see his baby girl when she was 3 years old. Ramona has no memory of her father, who unfortunatly died during the Vietnam War.

Unable to raise a child alone and not being married, Anneliese Kraft worked as a cook while Ramona's grandparents raised her. Ramona's grandmother's maiden name was Wulf, the name Ramona later used as an artist name. At the age of 8, Ramona's grandfather died unexpectedly. After this tragedy Ramona was adopted by her aunt Anita Kraft, who married Max D�rnberger. They ran a pub.

In 1964 Ramona was the victim of an accident with a hand granade found by a schoolmate. Metal fragments are still in her left leg. Because of that accident she couldn't become an airline stewardess, so she decided to study French and English languages and become a translator. Ramona's plans changed at age 15 when she entered a talent competition and was discovered by record producer Horst-Heinz Henning who also wrote her first hits.

When Ramona became a professional singer, her adopted father who was actually her uncle, Max D�rnberger, became her manager.

When Ramona signed with Jupiter Records in 1974 she was introduced through Jupiter director Ralph Siegel to Michael Kunze, who recorded some singles with her before she became a member of the group Silver Convention. Ramona released her first English single in early 1976 while she was in Silver Convention, which was a cover of "Save The Last Dance For Me." Coinciding with Silver Convention's Eurovision entry in 1977, she released her first solo album "Natural Woman" including the single "Natural Man (I'm A Natural Woman.)" The track "Step By Step" was used in an American television program. She released a Ralph Siegel-produced disco cover version of "Parlez-Moi D'Amour" in the summer of 1978.

In 1980 Ramona released her second album "Shake What Yo'Mama Give Ya" on Jupiter Records. Ramona Wulf married producer Horst Hornung on December 12, 1980. Ramona gave birth to her daughter, named Nadine on April 14, 1981.

In 1986, Ramona formed a new group, Ramona & The Paris Girls, with 2 other singers, Christina and Biba. She released her third album "Strip To The Heart" under the name Ramona, including the single "Body Beat," and in 1988 her fourth album "Mood To Mood." Ramona Wulf is the mother of 3 children. She divorced Horst Hornung. Ramona is now also married to a doctor and living in Berlin.









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