1. Christa Paffgen, known by her stage name Nico, was a German singer, songwriter, musician, model, and actress.
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9. In 1965, Nico met the Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones and recorded her first single, "I'm Not Sayin'", with the B-side "The Last Mile", produced by Jimmy Page for Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate label.
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13. Nico's appeared at the Rainbow Theatre, in London, with Cale, Eno, and Kevin Ayers.
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17. Nico's appeared in the Garrel films Anathor; the silent Jean Seberg feature Les Hautes Solitudes, released in 1974; Un ange passe (1975); Le Berceau de cristal (1976), starring Pierre Clementi, Nico and Anita Pallenberg; and Voyage au jardin des morts (1978).
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18. On 13 December 1974, Nico opened for Tangerine Dream's infamous concert at Reims Cathedral in Reims, France.
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20. In September 1978, Nico performed at the Canet Roc '78 festival in Spain.
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21. Nico's made a vocal contribution to Neuronium's second album, Vuelo Quimico, as she was at the studio, by chance, while it was being recorded in Barcelona in 1978 by Michel Huygen, Carlos Guirao and Albert Gimenez.
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29. Apart from Germany, where she grew up, and Spain, where she died, Nico lived in Italy and France in the 1950s, spent most of the 1960s in the US, and lived in London in the early 1960s and again in the 1980s, when she moved between London and Manchester.
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35. Bauhaus' singer, Peter Murphy, considered that "Nico recorded the first truly Gothic album, Marble lndex or The End.
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