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 Claus Ogerman - Polydor Records (continued):

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Tanzorchester Max Greger, "Olympia-Dancing '72", Polydor [Germany] #2371 153 (1971).[LP]
Original Ogerman composition included is "Un Poco Rio".

Various Artists, "Take It Easy - Volume II", Polydor [UK] #2664 338 (197_).[LP Compilation]
No album cover photo available at this time.

Side C - Track 6:  "One Note Samba (Samba De Uma Nota So)" from the album Antonio Carlos Jobim  The Composer Of 'Desafinado', Plays.
Track arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.

Album compiled by John Snell & Gordon Gray.


Antonio Carlos Jobim, "Antonio Carlos Jobim Plays Jobim (Claus Ogerman)", Polydor [France] #2310 278 (1973).[LP]
Tracklist or other information on this recording not available at this time.

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[Canada LP Covers]

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[Canada Labels]

Connie Francis, "Connie Francis Sings Bacharach, Kaempfert, Last, Mancini", Polydor [Canada] #2482 458 (1973).[LP]
Claus Ogerman produced the track "No Sun Today" and he arranged, conducted & produced the track "After You".
Claus Ogerman arranged and produced the track "Wives and Lovers"; he also produced the track "Nothing's New".
Claus Ogerman produced "What Good Are Tears"; he also arranged and produced "Magic Moments/Blue on Blue".
Album compiled by Gunther Woschank & Pat Niglio.

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Connie Francis, "Rocksides (1957-64)", Polydor #831 698-2 (1987).[CD Reissue]
Claus Ogerman arranged and conducted the tracks "Whatever Happened to Rosemarie" and "My Best Friend Barbara".

Musician personnel for this album.

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Max Greger und sein Orchester, "Juke Box Hits", Polydor [Germany] #543 852-2 (2000).[CD Compilation]

This CD compilation contains music from the years 1956 to 1964 by Max Greger and his Orchestra.  The CD contains an original Ogerman composition performed by Max Greger and his Orchestra, "Bongo Rock" (C. Ogerman and H. Bradtke) - originally composed for the German film "Das alte Försterhaus" (The Old House of the Forester).


B.-R. Boogie (Beanie Boy Boogie)

Maxi-Rock (Birth of the Boogie)

Rumba Kautschuk

Bongo Rock (Ogermann-Bradtke)

Rock 'n' Roll Boogie

Macky Macht Musik (Rockin' Through The Rye)



Hoots Mon


Sail Along Silv'ry Moon

Wild Cat Blues

Hallo, hallo Fraülein

Anna (El negro zumbo/Rumba Anna)

Too Much Tequila

Si tu vois ma mere

Twist In The Mood

Yakety Sax

Twist Around The Clock



Personnel for "B.R. Boogie" and "Rock and Roll Boogie": Charlie Tabor, Fritz Weichbrodt, Freddy Brock (tp); Helmut Rink (tb); Lothar Nakat, Bobby Meade (as, cl); Max Greger (ts); Rolf Prinz (bar); Delmar Dakscha (b); Willy Schmidt (d); Klaus Ogermann (p).

"B.-R. Boogie" and "Rock and Roll Boogie" recorded in Munich, Germany on September 22, 1956.  Both tracks are originally from Polydor [Germany] #G20598 (1956).[LP]


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Roberto Delgado and His Orchestra [Horst Wende], "Twenty Classic Recordings/Polydor - Lounge Legends Series", Polydor [Germany] #549 877-2 (2001).[CD Compilation]
Some tracks contained in this CD were originally recorded in 1967 for LP release.

Original Ogerman composition is "Un Poco Rio".


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All tracks arranged & conducted by Roberto Delgado.

Lounge Legends series produced by Stefan Kassel & Lutz Stöver.

Compilation by Matthias Künnecke.


Various Artists, "Lounge Legends V. 1", Polydor [Germany] #23614 (2002).[CD Compilation]

This CD Compilation contains the track "It's Your Turn" performed by Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra and produced by Claus Ogerman.

Various Artists, "The Very Best of Bossa Nova", Polydor K.K. [Japan] #30MM9255/6 (year unknown).[2-LP Compilation Set]

Claus Ogerman arranged the track "Fly Me To The Moon".

[Germany LP]

Various Artists, "Stereo Wonderland", Polydor [Germany] #__________ (unknown year).[3-LP Box Set]
Klaus Ogermann's composition "Salome" is included in this album.

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