Nino de Angelo


Nino de Angelo
Nino de Angelo
Birth name Domenico Gerhard Gorgoglione
Born 18 December 1963 (1963-12-18) (age 47)
Karlsruhe, Germany
Years active 1982–present
Associated acts Dieter Bohlen, Drafi Deutscher

Nino de Angelo (born Domenico Gerhard Gorgoglione, 18 December 1963) is a German singer[1] who participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 1989 with the song, "Flieger", written by Dieter Bohlen and Joachim Horn-Bernges.

He had a minor hit in 1984 in the UK Singles Chart with "Guardian Angel".[2] Originally recorded in German and written by Drafi Deutscher, the song "Jenseits von Eden" remained number 1 for ten weeks on the German chart, while an Italian version was number one in France for five weeks. He collaborated with German band Mr. President, performing a song called "Olympic Games" from their "We See the Same Sun" album.

Contents

Discography

Albums

  • 1983: Junges Blut
  • 1984: Jenseits Von Eden
  • 1984: Nino
  • 1984: Zeit Für Rebelle
  • 1985: Time To Recover
  • 1986: Ich suche nach Liebe
  • 1987: Durch tausend Feuer
  • 1988: Baby Jane
  • 1989: Flieger
  • 1989: Samuraj
  • 1991: De Angelo
  • 1993: Verfluchte Zeiten
  • 2000: Schwindelfrei
  • 2002: Solange man liebt
  • 2003: Zurück nach vorn
  • 2004: Un Momento Italiano
  • 2005: Nino

Singles (selected)

  • 1983: "Jenseits von Eden"
  • 1984: "Atemlos" / "Gar Nicht Mehr"
  • 1984: "Giganti" / "Tempo Verra"
  • 1984: "Guardian Angel"
  • 1984: "Unchained Love"
  • 1984: "Wir Sind Giganten" / "Zeit Für Rebellen"
  • 1989: "Flieger" / "Laureen"
  • 1989: "Samuraj"
  • 1989: "If There Is One Thing That's Forever"
  • 2001: "Engel"

References

  1. ^ Leggett, Steve. "Biography: Nino de Angelo". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/artist/p704501. Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  2. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 144. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 

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Preceded by
Maxi & Chris Garden
with "Lied für einen Freund"
Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest
1989
Succeeded by
Chris Kempers & Daniel Kovac
with "Flieger"