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Claus Ogerman 45 rpm Single Records - Columbia:




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[U.S. Labels]



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[U.S. DJ / Promo Labels]

Charlie Hoss and The Ponies, "The Madison Twist"/"The Raunchy Twist", Columbia #4-41855 (1960).[45 rpm single]
Charlie Hoss and The Ponies, "The Madison Twist"/"The Raunchy Twist", Columbia #3-41855 (1960).[DJ / Promo 33 1/3 7" single]
Both sides written by C. Singleton, L. Coleman, K. Ogerman.



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[U.S. DJ / Promo Labels]

Jerry Murad's Harmonicats, "Night Train" / "Frenchy", Columbia #4-42174 (year unknown).[DJ / Promo 45 rpm single]
Klaus Ogermann composed "Frenchy".




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[U.S. DJ / Promo Labels]

Leslie Uggams, "Each And Ev'ry Day"/"Is He The Only Man In The World", Columbia #4-42611 (1962).[DJ / Promo 45 rpm single]
Arranged/conducted by Klaus Ogermann.

Produced by Mitch Miller.




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[U.S. DJ / Promo Labels]

Anita Bryant, "My Mind's Playing Tricks On Me Again"/"Just Say Auf Wiederseh'n", Columbia #4-43436 (1965).[DJ / Promo 45 rpm single]

"Just Say Auf Wiederseh'n" written, arranged & conducted by Claus Ogerman.



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[U.S. DJ / Promo Label]
 
Anita Bryant, "Everything In The Garden"/"Another Year, Another Love, Another Heartache", Columbia #4-43494 (1965).[DJ / Promo 45 rpm single]
Anita Bryant, "Everything In The Garden"/"Another Year, Another Love, Another Heartache", Columbia #4-43494 (1966).[45 rpm single]
 "Another Year, Another Love, Another Heartache" arranged & conducted by Claus Ogerman.

Produced by Lor Crane.


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[Sheet music cover for this 45 rpm record pictured above]

 

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[1st issue "Stingray" label, recorded by The Shadows]

The Shadows, "Stingray"/"Alice In Sunderland", Columbia [UK] #DB 7588 (1965).[45 rpm record]
"Stingray" composed by Klaus Ogermann.


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Peter Nero, "Soulful Strut" / "For Once In My Life", Columbia #4-44846 (1969).[45 rpm record]
Both sides arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.

Produced by Wally Gold.


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