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    Mandoki Leslie (7th January 1953-Present) 

    He is a musician, singer and producer born in Budapest, Hungary.  He fled from Hungary in 1975 in order to escape the communist government and became a German citizen.  In 1979 he became part of the successful German group Dschinghis Khan (Genghis Khan) who were formed to take part in that year's Eurovision Song Contest.  He was a member of the Les Humphries Singers which represented Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1976.  In 1982 he released a solo album followed by a further two albums.  He put together the albumSoulmates which had appearances by his influences, including Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull, Bobby Kimball of Toto and Jennifer Rush.   In the 1990s he worked as a producer for artists that included Engelbert Humperdinck, Placido Domingo and Phil Collins.  In 2005 he performed with the reformed Dschinghis Khan in their concert in Moscow and also in the 800th Centenery of Genghis Khan concert in Ulan Bator, Mongolia in July 2006.

     

    Genghis Khan Recordings

    Desert Land (Ralph Siegel/Kurt Hertha - Bernd Meinunger  Christian Dornaus)       

    Genghis Khan (Ralph Siegel/Bernd Meinunger - Christian Dornaus)               

     

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    Here he is singing "Korea" with Csepregi Eva...

     

     

     

     

     

     

     



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