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 Claus Ogerman - Uni:





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A Giant Crab, "A Giant Crab Comes Forth", UNI #73037 (1968).[LP]

This album contains the following composition by Claus Ogerman and Scott English, "Enjoy It".

Musician personnel: 
Dennis Fricia - drums, horns; Kenny Fricia - keyboards, horns, vibes, backing vocals; Ernie Oroscoe - vocals, guitar; Raymond Oroscoe - bass, keyboards; Ruben Oroscoe - bass, drums, sax.


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A Giant Crab, "Cool It . . . Helios", UNI #73057 (1969).[LP]

This album contains the following composition co-written by Claus Ogerman, Scott English and Graham Nash, "Who Can Teach The Songbird How To Sing".  Claus Ogerman co-wrote the track "I Don't Want To Live This Way" with Scott English.  Claus Ogerman arranged "Who Can Teach A Songbird How To Sing" and "Don't Jump To Conclusions".

Musician personnel: 
Dennis Fricia - drums, horns; Kenny Fricia - keyboards, horns, vibes, backing vocals; Ernie Oroscoe - vocals, guitar; Raymond Oroscoe - bass, keyboards; Ruben Oroscoe - bass, drums, sax.


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