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 Claus Ogerman - MGM (continued):


Connie Francis, "After You", MGM #_________ (unissued; recorded 2-23-67).[LP]
No other information on this recording is known at this time.

Music arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.


Betty Madigan, untitled - abandoned recording, MGM #E/SE 4694 (recorded 3-16-67).[LP]
Music arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.  Note that this catalog number conflicts with an Arthur Prysock self-titled listing on this site.


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Arthur Prysock, "Arthur Prysock", MGM #E/SE-4694 (1968).[LP]**

Contains tracks arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman (see tracklist).

Tracklist:

Side 1

Why Was I Born? (arr./cond. Ogerman)

Sometimes I Remember

No Sun Today (arr./cond. Ogerman)

I'm Still In Love With You

Maman (arr./cond. Ogerman)

 

Side 2

Funny Thing

I Wish I Could Walk Away (arr./cond. Ogerman)

Something to Live For

Have You Ever Had The Blues?

I Need You So

I Had The Craziest Dream

 

  

**Special Note: On some DJ copies, the yellow record labels show the title to be "Funny Thing" instead of "Arthur Prysock".

Musician personnel: Arthur Prysock, vocals; arrangers: Claus Ogerman, Frank Hunter, Horace Ott, Torrie Zito, Bobby Scott. No other musicians credited.

Produced by Hy Weiss & Pete Spargo.

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Arthur Prysock, "Arthur Prysock, MGM Golden Archive Series", MGM #GAS 134 (1970).[LP compilation]
Tracks arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman are indicated on the tracklist below.

Tracklist:

Side 1

I Worry About You

Ebb Tide

Autumn In New York

Why Was I Born (arr./cond. Ogerman)

Since I Fell For You (arr./cond. Ogerman)

 

Side 2

Someone to Watch Over Me

From Here To Eternity

Come Home

I'm Glad There Is You

A Cottage For Sale


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[U.S. LP Covers]

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[U.S. Labels]

Connie Francis, "I'm Me Again - Silver Anniversary Album", MGM #MG-1-5406 (1981).[LP]
The tracks "No Sun Today" and "What Good Are Tears" produced by Claus Ogerman and Connie Francis.
Album compiled by Pat Niglio.

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