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Claus Ogerman - Verve (continued):





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[Original Mono LP]


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[Original Mono LP labels]



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[Original Stereo LP]


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[Original Stereo LP labels]

Kai Winding, "Mondo Cane #2", Verve #V-8573 (1965).[LP]
Arrangements by Claus Ogerman, Kai Winding, Billy Byers, & Charles Calello.

 

Tracks:

Side 1
Side 2
Mondo Cane #2 ++
Portrait of My Love ++
Simian Theme (comp. & arr. Winding)
Warm
Till (arr. Winding)
The Gospel Truth ++
Python * ++
Theme from Nowhere (comp. & arr. Winding)
The Mouldau
Blue Star (arr. Winding)
Now and Forever
The Struggle * ++

* Composed by Claus Ogerman. ++ Arranged by Claus Ogerman.

Webmaster's Note:  There are tracks which remain unissued but recorded with the above sessions, which are:
 Master #64VK229 entitled "The Prize" with the same musician personnel as listed below for the rest of the album;
Master #64VK417 "The 7th Dawn" which is credited to the "Kai Winding Sextet" and Claus Ogerman, arranger,
as well as "March To Freedom" which has the same musician personnel as listed below (with Ogerman as arranger).


LINER NOTES:

   Mondocane2-liners.pdf - Original LP liner notes by Kal Rudman.[Warning: large file (844k)]

   Mondocane2-liners2.pdf- Original LP liner notes by Kal Rudman.[Warning: large file (719k)]


Musician personnel: Kai Winding (tb, arr) Jean Jacques Perrey (ondioline) Les Spann (g) Claus Ogerman/Billy Byers (arr).

Produced by Creed Taylor.


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[Original LP]


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[Original LP labels]

 

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[Verve/EMI UK LP Reissue]


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[Verve Favorite Collection - 60th Anniversary - Japan CD Reissue]


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[2005 CD Reissue]


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[Above three:  Verve Originals Series CD Reissue]

Jimmy Smith, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", Verve #V/V6-8583 (1964).[Original LP]
Jimmy Smith, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", Verve/EMI [UK] #VLP 9068 (19__).[LP Reissue]
Jimmy Smith, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", Verve [Verve Favorite Collection - 60th Anniversary] [Japan] #FNCJ-5604 (2004).[CD Reissue]
Jimmy Smith, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", Verve #823 309-2 (2005).[CD Reissue]

Jimmy Smith, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", Verve [Verve Originals Series] #B0009403-02 (2007).[CD Reissue, Digipak]

Album contains arrangements by Oliver Nelson and Claus Ogerman.
Includes arrangements conducted by Claus Ogerman (see tracklist).

Tracklist:

Slaughter on 10th Avenue

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Part 1)

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Part 2)

John Brown's Body (Arr. by Jimmy Smith)

Wives and Lovers (arr./cond. Ogerman)

Women of the World (arr./cond. Ogerman)

 Bluesette (arr./cond. Ogerman)

LINER NOTES:

   Woolf-liners.pdf - Original LP liner notes by Daddio Daylie.

Musician personnel as credited on CD reissue:  Jimmy Smith--organ and Oliver Nelson--arranger/conductor, Claus Ogerman--arranger/conductor; Kenny Burrell--guitar; George Duvivier--bass; Grady Tate--drums.

Original LP produced by Creed Taylor.

Initial CD reissue produced by Richard Seidel.

2008 CD Reissue supervised by Bill Levenson.


 
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