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Bernie Paul


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Bernie Paul (real name Bernd Vonficht) began in the 1960s as a saxophonist in the combo Seven Up. In 1973, when he joined the group Family Child. He began operating in 1978 a record deal with Ariola and like his first hit, “Lucky” reached # 6 of the 1978 German and Austrian charts charts. In the same year was also a German cover version of Roy Black. “In Dreams” came in February 1981 to rank 18 of the German charts. His biggest hit he had in June 1981 with the Disco-titled “Oh No No”. This song reached the second place of the German charts. Wencke Myhre sang a short time later the German version of “Oh No No - You’re not my type, I know exactly … “Other international versions of this song came from Sacha Distel, and by the Finnish singer Kirka. His cover version of “Angel of the Morning” that he, together with the Danish singer sang Bo Andersen, was also quite well known. Also available as a song writer and producer Bernie Paul is very successful. He wrote: “It’s a real good feeling” for Peter Kent and produced the single “Because i mog di” of the group relax. From his pen came the song “Sail Away” from the Beck’s advertising and the song “the middle into the heart” from the RTL television series Gute Zeiten - Schlechte Zeiten. In 1990, his song “You for me and me for you” on the theme song of the RTL Wimbledon coverage. 2002 Paul appeared deutschgesungenes first album, “Simply Relaxed”.


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