SAROLTA ZALATNAY, L.O.V.E., 1968

Sarolta Zalatnay is one of the most famous Hungarian Pop stars. In the 60s she worked with Hungarian beat bands Metro, Omega and Bergendy. These two songs are Jackie Edwards cover versions. Jackie Edwards wrote “Keep on running” and “Somebody help me”. Great soul songs. Sung in English.

I found this nice video of Sarolta performing ” Nem varok holnapig” with Omega in the 1967 Hungarian Dance Festival. It`s a slightly faster version than on the record that I have. Naturally they won first place!

SAROLTA ZALATNAY, L.O.V.E., 1968

SAROLTA ZALATNAY, Open your hands, 1968

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4 Comments on “SAROLTA ZALATNAY, L.O.V.E., 1968”

  1. Bee says:

    Hello! Do you know the Hungarian version’s title of L.O.V.E. maybe?

  2. mischalke04 says:

    I didn`t know that she also recorded a Hungarian version.
    Sorry
    Best wishes
    Andreas

  3. Carl Howard says:

    Arranged by SYD DALE? Jeez!

  4. Sophie says:

    I remember, she sang the hungarian version of Open your hands, it was in hungarian : Atolelsz meg (ugye hogy ez nem csak alom), but I am almost sure that L.O.V.E. has no hungarian lyrics, Ive never heard it.
    I loved both songs, mostly Open your hands. It was so romantic and I was fifteen …


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