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Birth name  Annita Meijer
Labels  T2 Entertainment
Spouse  JP Meyer
Years active  1976–present
Role  Singer

Occupation(s)  singer
Name  Anita Meyer
Origin  Netherlands
Website  www.anitameyer.net
Genres  Pop music, Disco
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Born  October 29, 1954 (age 61) Rotterdam (1954-10-29)
Albums  Shades of Desire, Tears Go By, Moments Together
Associated acts  Patricia Paay, Hans Vermeulen
Similar People  Lee Towers, Lange Frans, Hans Vermeulen, Willeke Alberti, Jeroen van der Boom

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Anita Meyer (Annita Meijer), born in Rotterdam 29 October 1954, is a Dutch singer. One of her most notable songs is "Why Tell Me Why" that charted for 14 weeks and topped the Dutch singles list for six weeks in 1981.

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Albums

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  • In The Meantime I Will Sing (1976) #20 NED
  • Love You Too Much (1979)
  • Shades of Desire (1981) #1 NED
  • Past, Present and Future (1982) #5 NED
  • Moments Together (1983) #10 NED
  • Face to Face (1984) #10 NED
  • Greatest Hits (1985) #10 NED
  • Now and Forever (1986) #23 NED
  • Run to Me (with Lee Towers) (1986) #5 NED
  • Première (1987) #13 NED
  • The Ahoy Concert (Live album) (1988) #15 NED
  • Close to You (1989) #21 NED
  • Autumn Leaves (1990) #37 NED
  • The Commandments (1990)
  • Memories of Love (1991)
  • RTL 4: De Hits van Anita Meyer (1991)
  • The Alternative Way (1991)
  • The Very Best of Anita Meyer (1991)
  • Music Music (1992) #53 NED
  • Best Of (1993)
  • The Love of a Woman (1994)
  • A Song Can Change Your Life (1996)
  • Dichter bij Elkaar (1998) #95 NED
  • Just Once (1999)
  • Spanish Guitar (2001)
  • Singles

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  • "Just a Disillusion" (1976) #18 NED
  • "The Alternative Way" (1976) #1 NED
  • "You Can Do It" (1976) #9 NED
  • "Anita That's My Name" (1977) #21 NED
  • "It Hurts" (1977)
  • "You Are My Everything" (with Hans Vermeulen) (1979)
  • "Rock Me Up A Mountain" (1980) #28 NED
  • "The Hurtin' Doesn't Go Away" (1981)
  • "They Don't Play Our Lovesong Anymore" (1981) #3 NED
  • "Why Tell Me Why" (1981) #1 NED (Best-selling single in the Netherlands in 1981)
  • "Blame It On Love" (1982)
  • "Idaho" (1982) #4 NED
  • "The One That You Love" (1982) #16 NED
  • "Goodbye To Love" (1983) #23 NED
  • "Sandy's Song" (1983) #23 NED
  • "Blame It On Love" (1984) #33 NED
  • "Heart Of Stone" (1984) #26 NED
  • "This Ain't A Life To Be Lived" (1984)
  • "Sometimes When We Touch" (1985)
  • "The Story Of A New Born Love" (1985)
  • "Run To Me" (with Lee Towers, live) (1986) #9 NED
  • "We've Got Tonight" (with Lee Towers) (1986) #31 NED
  • "You Are My Life" (1986)
  • "Now and Forever" (1987)
  • "The Exodus Song" (1987)
  • "Having My Baby"(with Paul Anka (1988)
  • "That's What Friends Are For" (1989)
  • "Freedom" (1990) #21 NED
  • "Music Music (This Is Why)" (1992) #34 NED
  • "The Medicine Of Love" (1992)
  • "Het Spijt Me" (Title song for TV-program) (1993) #24 NED
  • "I Couldn't Say Goodbye" (1993)
  • "I've Heard It All Before" (1994)
  • "The Love of A Woman" (1994)
  • "De Warmte Van Je Hart" (1996)
  • "I Don't Wanna Cry Again" (1996)
  • "We Are The Wave" (1996)
  • "Nooit Meer Naar Parijs" (1998)
  • "Wacht Op Mij" (1998)
  • "Mas Alla" (2001)
  • "Salomé" (2001)

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    References

    Anita Meyer Wikipedia


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