The album spawned three hit singles, including the #2 hit, Solang' man Träume noch leben kann (held off the #1 spot by Always on My Mind by Pet Shop Boys). Fantasie was the 5th proper studio album by Münchener Freiheit and their highest charting, reaching #4 in the German charts. There have been a number of covers of the song both in English and in German. It was translated into English and recorded again to be released on CBS. "Keeping the Dream Alive" is a 1988 song by German pop and rock band Münchener Freiheit - also known as Freiheit in English-speaking countries taken from their album Fantasy. Versuchen wir es wieder, So lang' man Träume noch leben kann. Ein Jahr ist schnell vorüber, Wenn der Nebel kommt Mit silbernem Schweigen. The classic music band Adoro made up of Peter Dasch (bass-baritone), Nico Müller (baritone), Jandy Ganguly (baritone), Assaf Kacholi (lyric tenor) and Laszlo Maleczky (tenor) - presented a classical cover on their 2012 album Träume. The album spawned three hit singles, including the #2 hit, Solang' man Träume noch leben kann (held off the #1 spot by Always on My Mind by Pet Shop Boys). Side A: "Keeping the Dream Alive" (Single Version) (4:09) Side B: "The Land of Fantasy" (4:51) Maxi single "Keeping the Dream Alive" (Single Version) (4:09) "Keeping the Dream Alive" (Extended Version) (6:31) "The Land of Fantasy" (4:51) Popularity. The performance by Münchener Freiheit with the London Symphony Orchestra included featuring of additional vocals by the Jackson Singers. The Irish Charts – Search Results – Keeping the Dream Alive", The Free Library: My idea to attract an indifferent nation to the festival, German band Freiheit is the latest to try reviving sound of The Beatles, CoverInfo.de website: Solang' man Träume noch leben kann, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Keeping_the_Dream_Alive&oldid=985515172, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Aron Strobel, Stefan Zauner (music), Timothy Touchton and Curtis Briggs (lyrics), Side A: So lang’ man Träume noch leben kann" (Long Version) (6:58), "So lang’ man Träume noch leben kann" (Instrumental Version) (4:14), "So lang’ man Träume noch leben kann" (Single Version) (4:14), Side A: "Keeping the Dream Alive" (Single Version) (4:09), "Keeping the Dream Alive" (Single Version) (4:09), "Keeping the Dream Alive" (Extended Version) (6:31), This page was last edited on 26 October 2020, at 11:53. "So lang’ man Träume noch leben kann" (Single Version) (4:14) English. The song has been used in various seasons of the show as a backdrop to video montages featuring contestants on the programme. The song was featured on the soundtrack of the 1989 movie Say Anything... directed by Cameron Crowe. [1] Because it is the only charting hit of the band in the UK, it is generally considered as a one-hit wonder. The song's chorus bears a striking resemblance to "All Through the Night", a 1984 hit by Cyndi Lauper. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Münchener Freiheit Mit Dem London Symphony Orchestra* - So Lang' Man Träume Noch Leben Kann at Discogs. The single has received additional exposure in the United States thanks to the singing talent contest American Idol on the Fox television network. Due to its December release and rich orchestral sound, "Keeping the Dream Alive" still receives a lot of airplay at Christmas time in the United Kingdom, and can be found on many Christmas compilation albums. "Keeping the Dream Alive" is a 1988 song by German pop and rock band Münchener Freiheit - also known as Freiheit in English-speaking countries - taken from their album Fantasy. In 2018, British pop music group The Fizz covered it in their album Christmas with The Fizz!. The song was originally recorded in German as "So lang' man Träume noch leben kann", and appeared on the album Fantasie. The music was written by Aron Strobel and Stefan Zauner with lyrics by Timothy Touchton and Curtis Briggs, and the song was arranged by Andrew Powell, Armand Volker and Stefan Zauner. It was recorded in Abbey Road Studios and mastered by Tonstudio Rico Sonderegger, with Volker as the producer. Translation of 'Solang' man Träume noch leben kann' by Münchener Freiheit from German to English (Version #3) Deutsch English Español Français Hungarian Italiano Nederlands Polski Português (Brasil) Română Svenska Türkçe Ελληνικά Български Русский Српски العربية 日本語 한국어 Ein Jahr ist schnell vorüber, Wenn der Regen fällt, Ein Meer voller Fragen. Translation of 'Solang' man Träume noch leben kann' by Münchener Freiheit from German to English (Version #2) Solang' Man Träume Noch Leben Kann 1. An instrumental version under the original German-language title "So lang' man Träume noch leben kann" appeared in 1987 on Schenk Mir Eine Nacht - Ihre Schönsten Lovesongs. Chorus: Das große Ziel war viel zu weit, Für uns're Träume zu wenig Zeit.