KOMM KARLINCHEN

Latest update on 07/09/2012

Artist: Adolf Spahn
Author: Adolph Spahn/Alexandre Trebitsch
Label: Berliner
Year: 1899

Polka in Berlin dialect. Sometimes as Kille Kille Pankow. There's a Pankow neighborhood in Berlin and it's nice being there.

Covers:

1900:

Louis Matla [one of the oldest Dutch gramophone records; Leon Boedels' translation holds the line "Tolhuis, kiele kiele Tolhuis"; that pub (along the IJ) still exists]

1902:

Félix Mayol [massive hit as Viens poupoule; French translation: Alexandre Trébitsch and Henri Christiné]

1903:

Musique de la Garde Républicaine [idem]

1904:

Harry Bluff [as Come, Come Caroline]

1950s:

Francis Bay [as Kom, Karlieneke]

1972:

Charlotte Julien [as Viens poupoule]

1974:

Farce Majeure [as Kiele Kiele Koeweit; n°3 NL]

1982:

Guy Béart [as Viens poupoule]

1983:

Pankow [band from Pankow]

Became the biggest caf' conc' success in France, from the Belle Epoque well into WW I. A hit in both German and allied trenches.

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