Jean Thomé – Armer Gigolo. HERGESTELLT VON DER DEUTSCHEN GRAMMOPHON GESELLSCHAFT · REGD · TR · M" (On labels). A: "Armer Gigolo" - Foxtrot B: "Es War Einmal Ein Treuer Husar" - Foxtrot. Matrix, Runout (Runout A Side): 23 791 A H 8 C 2 3 7 9 1 A Made in Germany.
Schöner Gigolo, Armer Gigolo (1929). Schöner Gigolo, Armer Gigolo by Dajos Béla and Alfred Strauss. was covered in. Just a Gigolo by Leo Reisman and His Orchestra (1931). Just a Gigolo by Thelonious Monk (1963). Armer Gigolo by Jean Thomé (1958).
Album · 2013 · 2 Songs. Armer Gigolo Medley und Rosen Medley - Single Karl Moik.
Just a Gigolo" is a popular song, adapted by Irving Caesar into English in 1929 from the Austrian tango "Schöner Gigolo, armer Gigolo", composed in 1928 in Vienna by Leonello Casucci to lyrics written in 1924 by Julius Brammer. The song was first published by Wiener Boheme Verlag in 1929 and performed by several orchestras in Germany that year, including Dajos Béla's orchestra with the singer Kurt Mühlhardt
Armer Gigolo Medley, 03:12. Now playing: Spandau Ballet True. Radio Monte Carlo Sweet. Tears for Fears Everybody Wants To Rule the World.
Redirected from Schöner Gigolo, armer Gigolo). Just a Gigolo (Schöner Gigolo, armer Gigolo) is a West German 1978 film directed by David Hemmings and starring David Bowie. Set in post-World War I Berlin, it also featured Sydne Rome, Kim Novak and, in her last screen appearance, Marlene Dietrich. The hostile reception the film received led Bowie to quip that it was "my 32 Elvis Presley movies rolled into one".