Claus Ogerman, 2001.

 Claus Ogerman - Columbia / Columbia/Harmony / Columbia/Legacy Records:


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Eddie Constantine, "The Best of Eddie Constantine", EMI/Columbia [Germany] #C 1059 (19__).[LP Compilation]

Klaus Ogermann co-arranged the track "Der Vagabund und das Kind".

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Joe Harnell, "Bossa Now!", Columbia #CS 9499 (19__).[LP]

Contains Claus Ogerman's original composition Un Poco Rio.

LINER NOTES from the original LP by Ron Harding:



Album produced by Mike Berniker.

Arranged & conducted by Joe Harnell.

[CD Reissue pictured above]

Barbra Streisand, "Stoney End", Columbia #KC 30378 (1971).[LP]
Barbra Streisand, "Stoney End", Columbia #CQ 30378 (1972).[Reissue]
Barbra Streisand, "Stoney End", Columbia #PC 30378 (197_).[Reissue]
Barbra Streisand, "Stoney End", Columbia #30378 (19__).[CD]

Arranged by Gene Page, Perry Botkin, Jr., and Claus Ogerman.


I Don't Know Where I Stand (Mitchell)
Hands off the Man (Flim Flam Man) (Nyrol)
If You Could Read My Mind (Lightfoot)
Just a Little Lovin' (Mann/Weil)
Let Me Go (Newman)
Stoney End (Nyro)
No Easy Way Down (Goffin/King) arr. Ogerman
Time and Love (Nyro)
Maybe (Nilsson)
Free the People (Keith)
I'll Be Home (Newman)

Produced by Richard Perry.

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[Original LP]

David Clayton-Thomas, "David Clayton-Thomas", Columbia #KC 31000 (1971).[LP]
David Clayton-Thomas, "David Clayton-Thomas", Columbia [Holland] #CBS  S 64755 (1972).[LP]

Some tracks arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman for the self-titled album only (see tracklist).
Claus also played bells on the track "She".


Magnificent Sanctuary Band

We're All Meat From The Same Bone

Stealin' In The Name Of The Lord

Dying To Live (arr./cond. Ogerman)

Sing A Song

She (arr./cond. Ogerman)

Don't Let It Bring You Down

Once Burned

North Beach Racetrack

Caress Me Pretty Music

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(Errata for personnel listed on Track #7: Bill Watrus (should be Bill Watrous), trombone; Paul Saulise (should be Paul Faulise), bass trombone.)

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Produced by Bobby Colomby and Joel Sill.

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Andre Kostelanetz, "Andre Kostelanetz Plays Cole Porter with Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. (Narrator-Singer)", Columbia #KG 31491 (1972).[2 LP Set]

Claus Ogerman arranged the following tracks for this double LP:  "Medley:  You Do Something To Me", "I Get A Kick Out of You", and "Just One of Those Things".

LINER NOTES by Mort Goode:



Album produced by Teo Macero.

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[Original LP]

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[Original LP labels]

Andre Kostelanetz, "Love Theme From 'The Godfather'", Columbia/Harmony Headliner Series #KH 31500 (1972).[LP]

Side 1, Track 1, "Love Theme From 'The Godfather'" arranged by Claus Ogerman.


Side 1:

Love Theme From "The Godfather" (arr. Ogerman)

Come Saturday Morning

It's Impossible

Hey There Lonely Girl

Theme From "Romeo and Juliet"

Side 2:

Theme From "Summer of '42"

The Sound of Silence

Born Free

Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head

Theme From "Love Story"


  Godfather-liners.pdf - Original LP liner notes by Mort Goode.

Produced by Teo Macero.

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Barbra Streisand, "Live Concert at the Forum", Columbia #PCQ-31760 (1972).[LP]
Barbra Streisand, "Live Concert at the Forum", Columbia #CK-31760 (19__).[CD]
Barbra Streisand, "Live Concert at the Forum", Columbia #PCT-31760 (19__).[CS]

Claus Ogerman arranged one track on this album - "Didn't We".


Sing/Make Your Own Kind of Music
Starting Here, Starting Now
Don't Rain on My Parade
On a Clear Day (You Can See Forever)
Sweet Inspiration/Where You Lead
Didn't We (arr. Ogerman)
My Man
Stoney End
Sing/Happy Days Are Here Again

Personnel: Barbra Streisand--Vocals; Peter Matz--Arranger; Gene Page--Arranger; Claus Ogermann--Arranger; Don Costa--Arranger; Don Hannah--Arranger; Eddie Kendricks--Vocals (bckgr), Vocal Director; The Kendrix Singers--Vocals (bckgr); David Schire--Conductor

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Banjo Barons, "Dueling Banjos", Columbia (Harmony) #KH 32214 (1973).[LP]

Claus Ogerman arranged the track "I Can See Clearly Now".

Conducted by Teo Macero.

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