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Feminnem: 'Call me' in four more languages

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Tomorrow PBS BiH, Bosnia & Herzegovina's national broadcaster, will present this year's entry Call me in four more languages on its Eurovision Song Contest website. The group Feminnem has recorded a Spanish, Turkish, Danish and German version of the song.

Feminnem won BH Eurosong 2005 with the song Zovi. For the occasion of the Eurovision Song Contest, the song had been translated into English. For promotional usage, the song now also has a Spanish, Turkish, Danish, and German version!

These are the four new versions of Zovi / Call me:

Llama
Spanish version by Djordje Stricek of G.D.H. (BH Eurosong 2005), a Bosnian living in Tenerife
Sevdim
Turkish version by Tayfun Kesgin, a Turkish musician living in Sarajevo
Ring nu (refrain)
Danish version by Brian Wallstrom (ESC fun from Denmark)
Ruf mich (refrain)
German version by Marco Brey (OGAE Germany)

All recordings have been done in the Studio of Music production of PBS BiH and have been produced by Admir Djulancic. The girls of Feminnem are very delighted by doing such an interesting job and are preparing multi-lingual live acts to be performed at the social events in Kyiv.

All versions will be published on a promotional CD/DVD soon. Tomorrow the four new versions will be available in mp3 on www.pbsbih.ba/bheurosong05.

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