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 Claus Ogerman - Brunswick:

Various Artists, "Deutsches Jazz Festival 1954/55", Brunswick [Germany] #Br 82862 (1955).[LP]
Klaus Ogermann is the pianist on all tracks listed below and also does the solo vocal on "There's No One But You" with the Delle Haensch Jump Combo.  Klaus also composed & arranged "Manuskript Blues".  Recorded live.

Tracks featuring Delle Haensch Jump Combo:

Moderation (Introduction, spoken)

Manuskript Blues (Ogermann, arr. Ogermann)

Blue Moon

There's No One But You (solo vocal by Ogermann)

Hey (Hey) Good Looking

Flamingo Special

Delle Haensch Jump Combo personnel:  Delle Haensch (as); Hugo Strasser (cl, as); Klaus Ogermann (p, voc.); Harry Schell (b); Karl Sanner (d).

Recorded live in Munich, Germany on May 28, 1955.

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INTERNATIONAL DANCE AND ENTERTAINMENT MUSIC - Various Artists, "'Midnight in Munich' Jubilee concert on the occasion of the 500th broadcast", Brunswick [Germany] #86016 LPB (May 1953).[10-inch record]

Klaus Ogermann is the pianist and arranger on the tracks indicated below.  Recorded live.


Side A

Max Greger and His Big Band:

The Beat (arr. Ogermann)


How High The Moon

The German Jazz-Poll Winners of 1953:

Night Train


Side B

Max Greger and His Big Band:

MiM-Boogie (Ogermann, pianist)

The Dixie Maximators:

Muskrat Ramble (Ogermann, pianist)

The German Jazz-Poll Winners of 1953:

The Man I Love

Max Greger and His Big Band:

Rosetta (Ogermann, pianist & arranger)

The German Jazz-Poll Winners of 1953:

Festival Riff [aka Night Cap] (Ogermann, arranger)



Musical groups included on this record: Max Greger and His Big Band, The Dixie Maximators, The German Jazz-Poll Winners of 1953 and many other soloists.

Musician personnel of The Dixie Maximators:  Fritz Weichbrodt, trumpet; Max Büttermann, trombone, Hugo Strasser, clarinet; Klaus Ogermann, piano; Hans Lehmann, bass; Sylo Deutsch, drums.  (Webmaster's Note:  this is the only known information on this group at this time.)

Musician personnel of The German Jazz-Poll Winners of 1953:  Fred Bunge, trumpet; Gunter Fuhlisch, trombone; Delle Haensch, alto sax; Max Greger, tenor sax; Paul Kuhn, piano; Max Büttermann, bass, Teddy Paris, drums; Klaus Ogermann, arranger.  (Webmaster's Note:  this is the only known information on this group at this time.)

From the liner notes:
Paul Kuhn and Klaus Ogermann were the solo pianists. Ogermann, born in 1930, is also an arranger (The Beat, Rosetta, Night Cap). He was formerly a singer with Edelhagen. [Piano] Solo:  "MiM-Boogie".

Various Artists, "Internationale Tanz - und Unterhaltungsmusik", Brunswick [Germany] #86025 LPB (1953).[10 inch record]
No album photo available at this time.

This album contains one track arranged by Klaus Ogermann (see tracklist).


Seite 1:

Kurt Edelhagen
Hawaiian War Chant - (Kentonian Arrangement von Heinz Kießling) vom 22.06.53
Kurt Edelhagen All Stars
Non Stop Riff - (Rolf Schneebiegl-comp., arr.)- 26.10.53
Werner Müller
How High The Moon - (Arno Flor-arr., 15.06.51) - Gunter Hampel spielt da Schlagzeug -
Rolf Kühn Combo
Sweet Georgia Brown - 19.05.53 -
Erwin Lehn
The Mess Is Here - (Ernst Mosch-tb-solo) - 01.04.53

Seite 2:

Helmut Zacharias
Säbeltanz Boogie - 09.07.53
Hans Koller Quintett
Sound Koller - with Jung Jutta Hipp. Plus Albert Mangelsdorff goes into the cool. - 21.06.53
German All Stars
C-Jam Blues
und Max Greger
Night Cap - (Paul Kuhn am Klavier) - beides vom 04.05.53 (arr. Ogermann)

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Burt Bacharach, "Twenty Classic Recordings/Lounge Legends Series", Brunswick/Universal [Germany] #585 021-2 (2001).[CD Compilation]

This Compilation CD contains a track ("Make It Easy On Yourself") performed by Connie Francis and arranged by Claus Ogerman.


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