Lou Monte, "Lou Monte Sings Good Time
Songs" RCA Victor #LSM-3705/LSP-3705 (mono/stereo)
Entire album arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.
Oh How I Miss You Tonight
By The Light Of The Silvery Moon
The Gang That Sang "Heart of My Heart"
Wedding Bells Are Breaking Up That Old Gang Of Mine
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now
Let The Rest Of The World Go By
When Your Old Wedding Ring Was New
What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry
Are You Lonesome Tonight
That Old Gang Of Mine
Who's Sorry Now
Monte-liners.JPG - Liner notes from the original LP by Stan
Musician personnel: Lou Monte,
vocals; Claus Ogerman, arranger; other musicians
Produced by Andy Wiswell.
Try to Remember (arr./cond. Ogerman)
You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
Petite Fleur (arr./cond. Ogerman)
Too Little Time
If You'll Just Come Back To Me
Long Ago (arr./cond. Ogerman)
Too Much In Love (comp./arr. Ogerman)
I've Learned The Way To Sing The Blues
Maye-liners.JPG - Original LP liner notes by Gene Lees.
Musician personnel: Marilyn Maye,
vocals; Claus Ogerman, Jimmy Wisner, Marty Manning, Sid
Bass, arrangers/conductors. Other musicians uncredited.
Produced by Joe René.
[Japanese CD Reissue]
Claus Ogerman and His
Orchestra, "Latin Rock", RCA Victor #LPM/LSP-3813
Claus Ogerman and His Orchestra, "Latin Rock", BMG/RCA [import] #B000A1ECLM (August 2005).[CD Reissue]
arranged/conducted by Claus Ogerman. Album also contains
Claus Ogerman's composition "Un Poco Rio".
Special Note: On the Japanese CD Reissue of this album, Claus Ogerman's name is omitted as being composer of "Un Poco Rio" and only the lyricist's name (Scott English) is included.
Não Se Acabou (It Didn't End)
Un Poco Rio (Ogerman)
Tres Hermanas (The Sisters Three)
Cuchy Frito Man
Más Que Nada
Latin-rock.pdf - Original LP liner notes written by Mort Goode.
Andy Wiswell--producer of the
Japanese CD Reissue produced by Hideaki "Nouz" Nose (BMG Funhouse, Inc.)
Claus Ogerman Y Su Orquesta, "Yambo", RCA
International [France] #900.107 (196_).[LP Reissue]
This album is the same as Claus' "Latin Rock" with the same tracks, but with the tracks compiled and listed in a different order. It was issued in France, despite the Spanish on the back album cover!
Claus Ogerman Y Su Orchesta, "Boogaloo", RCA
Victor [South America] #LSP-3813 (196_).[LP Reissue]
This is an international version of Claus' "Latin Rock" album. It contains Spanish on the album covers.
An interesting typo on the front cover is the running together of the two tracks "Cuchy Frito Man" and "Yambo" - making "Cuchy Frito Man Yambo"!
It is also interesting to note that even though this LP was not issued in the U.S., it contains the same catalog number as the U.S. RCA Victor "Latin Rock" counterpart.
LINER NOTES from "Boogaloo" (In Spanish -
translated from the English "Latin Rock" album):
Anyone Can Move A Mountain
Don't Say Goodbye
What Makes It Happen?
What Is A Woman?
I'll Take Care of Your Cares
Theme From "The Sand Pebbles"
My Cup Runneth Over
The Splendor of You
Katesmith-liners.JPG - Original LP liner notes by Arnold Shaw.
Musician personnel: none credited except
for Kate Smith (vocals), Claus Ogerman, arranger/conductor.
Produced by Andy Wiswell.
Kate Smith, "The Best of Kate Smith", RCA
Victor #AYL1-3845 (1968).[Compilation LP]
Previously reissued as RCA Victor #ANL1-1135 [LP].
Kate Smith, "Best of Kate Smith", RCA #53845-2 (1992).[CD]
Kate Smith, "Best of Kate Smith", RCA #AYK1-3845 (19__).[CS]
Tracks arranged/conducted by Claus Ogerman
indicated on tracklist below.
When The Moon Comes Over The Mountain
That's Life (arr./cond. Ogerman)
The Impossible Dream
Climb Ev'ry Mountain
I Left My Heart In San Francisco
You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You
Medley: Somebody Else Is Taking My Place; That Old Feeling; There Goes That Song Again
Theme From "The Sand Pebbles" (arr./cond. Ogerman)
How Great Thou Art
God Bless America
After All the Loves of My Life
The Color of Snow
Love Is Blue
Elvira (arr. Ogerman)
Thirty Days Hath September
Musician personnel: Ed Ames, vocals;
Claus Ogerman, Perry Botkin, Jr., arrangers. No other musicians
Produced by Jim Foglesong.
Claus Ogerman and His Orchestra, "Down Town -
Non-Stop Dancing With Claus Ogerman and His Orchestra", RCA
Victor [Germany] #LSP-10153 (196_).[LP Compilation]
This album was released by RCA in Germany and
features edited versions of many tracks from Claus' own RCA
albums and also some never-issued-on-LP tracks (released only
on 45 rpm or not at all). These edited tracks are all woven
together into two big unbroken tracks/medleys - one filling
Side 1 and the other filling Side 2.
This album of medleys also contains some
original Ogerman compositions (except for "La Bamba" which is
incorrectly attributed to Ogerman).
Side 1 Medley:
Carrapicho (previously unissued)
Apples and Bananas
Un Poco Rio (Ogerman)
You And I
Summer Ska (previously issued only on 45 rpm) (Ogerman)
Theme from "Zorba The Greek" (previously issued only on 45 rpm)
La Bostella (previously issued only on 45 rpm)
Land of 1000 Dances
Side 2 Medley:
Twistin' The Night Away (previously unissued)
Having A Party (previously unissued)
It's Not Unusual
One Step Above
What'd I Say
Shake (previously unissued)
King Of The Road
Lotar's Theme (previously issued only on 45 rpm)
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