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 Claus Ogerman - 78 rpm - Telefunken

Max Greger Combo, "Leapin' With Max"/"Night Train", Telefunken [Germany] #(G)A 11 367 (1952).[78 rpm record]

Max Greger Combo personnel: Sonny Gray (tp); Hugo Strasser (as); Max Greger (ts); Klaus Ogermann (p); Hans Lehmann (b-1); Silo Deutsch (d).

Recorded in Munich, Germany.


Max Greger Combo, "Tip Top Boogie"/"unknown flip side title", Telefunken [Germany] #(G)A 11 370 (1952).[78 rpm record]

Max Greger Combo personnel: Sonny Gray (tp); Hugo Strasser (as); Max Greger (ts); Klaus Ogermann (p); Hans Lehmann (b-1); Silo Deutsch (d).

Recorded in Munich, Germany.

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Das Golgowsky Quartett - Sigi Stenford & Sein Orchester, "Zwei Rehbraune Augen" / "Männertreu", Telefunken [Germany] #A 11 697 (1956).[78 rpm Record]

Klaus Ogermann is the arranger of "Zwei Rehbraune Augen", according to the GEMA.DE website.


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Sylvia Dahl und die Pehelros, Hugo Strasser und sein Orchester, "Sei doch einmal nett zu mir" / "Klarinetten-Hugo", Telefunken [Germany] #A 11 789 (195_).[78 rpm record]

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"Sei doch einmal nett zu mir".

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Billy Bill der jodelnde Cowboy und Texas-Sänger / Hugo Strasser und sein grosses Tanzorchester, "Wenn ein Cowboy durstig ist" / "Drüben in Atlantic-City", Telefunken [Germany] #A 11 876 (1955).[78 rpm record]

"Wenn ein Cowboy durstig ist" is co-written by Klaus Ogermann.


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