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 Claus Ogerman - Warner Brothers (continued):

 

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[Original LP - most of the printing on the back cover of this LP is black printing on the dark grey cover.]


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[Original LP labels]

 

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[CD Reissue]

Claus Ogerman/Michael Brecker, "Cityscape", Warner Brothers #1 23698 (1982).[Original LP]
Claus Ogerman/Michael Brecker, "Cityscape", Warner Brothers #7599-23698-2 (1995) [CD Reissue].

Entire album composed, arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.

Tracklist:

Cityscape (Ogerman)
Habanera (Ogerman)
Nightwings (Ogerman)
In the Presence and Absence of Each Other (Part 1) (Ogerman)
In the Presence and Absence of Each Other (Part 2) (Ogerman)
In the Presence and Absence of Each Other (Part 3) (Ogerman)

Special Note:  The CD Reissue has a bonus track entitled "In The Presence and Absence of Each Other (Part 3) - Alternate Mix"

LINER NOTES:

   Cityscape-liners.pdf - Original LP liner notes (writer uncredited).
 

Personnel:  Michael Brecker: tenor sax; Warren Bernhardt: keyboards; Steve Gadd: drums; Eddie Gomez: bass on "Nightwings" and "Cityscape"; Marcus Miller: bass on "In The Presence" (1,2,3) and "Habanera"; John Tropea: guitar on "Habanera"; Buzz Feiten: guitar on "In The Presence" (1); Paulinho da Costa: percussion on "In The Presence" (1) and "Habanera"; plus 64 reed and string players and five concertmasters.

Produced by Tommy LiPuma.

 

Antonio Carlos Jobim, "Antonio Carlos Jobim: Composer", Warner Brothers/Warner Archives #9-46114-2 (1995).[CD compilation]
Antonio Carlos Jobim, "Antonio Carlos Jobim: Composer", Warner Brothers /Warner Archives [Germany] #9362-46114-2 (year unknown).[CD compilation]

This CD contains tracks from three Warner Brothers original LPs that Tom Jobim did in the 1960s, including "The Wonderful World of Antonio Carlos Jobim", "A Certain Mr. Jobim" and "Love, Strings and Jobim" - as well as previously unreleased bonus tracks. The tracks included from "A Certain Mr. Jobim" were all arranged by Claus Ogerman, including the bonus tracks * from that album.

 

Tracks:

She's a Carioca (arr./cond. Nelson Riddle)
Agua De Beber (arr./cond. Nelson Riddle)
Surfboard (arr./cond. Nelson Riddle)
Useless Landscape (arr./cond. Nelson Riddle)
Só Tinha De Ser Com Vocé (arr./cond. Nelson Riddle)
A Felicidade (arr./cond. Nelson Riddle)
Bonita (arr./cond. Nelson Riddle)
Favela (arr./cond. Nelson Riddle)
Valsa De Porto Das Caixas (arr./cond. Nelson Riddle)
Samba Do Aviao (arr./cond. Nelson Riddle)
Por Toda A Minha Vida (arr./cond. Nelson Riddle)
Dindi (arr./cond. Nelson Riddle)
Hurry Up and Love Me
(original title: Hurry Up and Away)
Pardon My English
Bonita (arr./cond. Claus Ogerman)
Someone to Light Up My Life (arr./cond. Claus Ogerman)
Off-Key (arr./cond. Claus Ogerman)
Photograph (arr./cond. Claus Ogerman)
Surfboard (arr./cond. Claus Ogerman)
Outra Vez (arr./cond. Claus Ogerman)
I Was Just One More for You (arr./cond. Claus Ogerman)
Road to the Sun (arr./cond. Claus Ogerman)
Don't Ever Go Away (arr./cond. Claus Ogerman)
Zingaro( arr./cond. Claus Ogerman)
I Was Just One More for You (arr./cond. Claus Ogerman) *
Photograph (arr./cond. Claus Ogerman) *
Don't Ever Go Away (arr./cond. Claus Ogerman) *
Off-Key (arr./cond. Claus Ogerman) *

* DENOTES BONUS TRACK, NOT ON ORIGINAL LP.

CD compilation produced by Matt Pierson.


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Sammy Davis, Jr., "(Sammy Davis, Jr.) Collection", Warner Brothers #OMCD-1149 (1996).[CD Compilation]

Compilation contains track "People" and "Hello, Dolly", arranged/conducted by Claus Ogerman.


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Michael Franks, "The Best of Michael Franks: A Backward Glance", Warner Brothers #46855 (1998).[CD Compilation]

Contains these Claus Ogerman arrangements: "The Lady Wants To Know" and "Antonio's Song (The Rainbow)" [from the "Sleeping Gypsy" album].


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Various Artists, "Best of Smooth Jazz, Vol. 4", Warner Brothers #46872 (1998).[CD compilation]

Contains George Benson's "This Masquerade", arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.


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João Gilberto, "João Gilberto Prado Pereira de Oliveira", Warner Music [Brazil] #39842.4122-2 (1998).[CD Reissue]

Reissue Produced by João Gilberto and Arnaldo DeSouteiro for Warner Music.

(WEA International CD 24122; Warner Music Brasil CD 398424122-2 WEA Japan WPCR 2051)

Release Date in Brasil: July, 1998
Release Date in the USA: January 26, 1999
Release Dates in Japan: September 5, 1998, reissued on September 4, 2000

Tracklist:

1 Menino do Rio
(Caetano Veloso)

2 Curare
(Bororó)

3 Retrato em branco e preto
(Chico Buarque - Tom Jobim)

4 Chega de saudade
(Tom Jobim - Vinicius de Moraes)

5 Desafinado
(Newton Mendonça - Tom Jobim)

6 O pato
(Jayme Silva - Neusa Teixeira)

7 Eu e a brisa
(Johnny Alf)

8 Jou Jou Balangandãs
(Lamartine Babo)

9 Canta Brasil
(David Nasser - Alcyr Pires Vermelho)

Bonus tracks
10 Aquarela do Brasil
(Ary Barroso)

11 Bahia com H
(Denis Brean)

12 Tim tim por tim tim
(Geraldo Jacques - Haroldo Barbosa)

13 Estate
(Bruno Martino - Bruno Brighetti)

Album Credits:

Trilha sonora extraída do especial "João Gilberto Prado Pereira de Oliveira" da TV Globo
Programa de Daniel Filho
Direção e Produção Musical do Especial: Guto Graça Mello
Técnicos de gravação: Emiliano Costa Neto e Eugênio Carvalho
Faixas originais remasterizadas na Cia. do Áudio por Carlos Freitas
Bonus tracks produzidas por João Gilberto & Arnaldo DeSouteiro
Masterizadas por Rodrigo Lopes no estúdio Visom Digital
Arranjos de Orquestra: Guto Graça Mello ("Menino do Rio"), Dori Caymmi ("Eu e a Brisa"), João Donato ("Jou Jou Balangandans"), Gaya ("Canta Brasil"), Claus Ogerman ("Estate", "Tim Tim Por Tim Tim")
Regência: Alceu Bocchino / Orquestra TV Globo
Gerência de marketing estratpegico: Marcelo Maia
Projeto gráfico: Gustavo Portela - Interface Designers
Fotos: Jorge Rosemberg (capa e contracapa) / Mario Thompson (página central)
Coordenação gráfica: Cristina Portella & Silvia Panella

Musician personnel:

João Gilberto - Vocals, Producer
Arnaldo DeSouteiro - Producer
Alceu Bocchino - Conductor
Dori Caymmi - Orchestral Arrangements
João Donato - Orchestral Arrangements
Carlinhos Freitas - Remastering
Gaya - Orchestral Arrangements
Bebel Gilberto - Vocals, Guest Appearance
Rita Lee - Vocals, Guest Appearance
Marcelo Maia - Marketing Coordinator
Guto Graca Mello - Original LP Producer, Orchestral Arrangements
Silvia Panella - Graphic Coordinator
Gustavo Portela - Graphic Project
Cristina Portella - Album Design
Claus Ogerman - Orchestral Arrangements
Jorge Rosemberg - Cover Photography
Mario Thompson - Liner Photography
Rodrigo de Castro Lopes - Remastering
Emiliano Costa Neto - Engineer
Eugenio Carvalho - Engineer


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George Benson, "The George Benson Anthology", Warner Archives #79934 (2000).[2 CD compilation set]

Includes Claus Ogerman as conductor on some tracks.

This album includes material originally recorded between 1964 and 1998.

Includes liner notes by A. Scott Galloway.

Digitally remastered by Dan Hersch (DigiPrep).


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João Gilberto, "Warner 25 Anos", Warner #092742146-2 (2001).[CD]

Includes the following songs arranged by Claus Ogerman: "Wave," "Triste," "Zingaro," "Caminhos Cruzados," "Tintim por Tintim."

 
Tracklist:

1. Chega de Saudade
2. Wave
3. Aquarela do Brasil
4. Triste
5. Zingaro
6. Bahia com H
7. Caminhos Cruzados
8. No Tabuleiro da Baiana
9. Menino do Rio
10. Desafinado
11. A Felicidade
12. O Pato
13. Morena Boca de Ouro
14. Tintim por Tintim
 
Musician personnel and Album credits:
João Gilberto - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Producer
Arnaldo DeSouteiro - Producer
Tommy LiPuma - Producer
Helen Keane - Producer
Bebel Gilberto - Vocals
Tárik de Souza - Liner Notes
Claus Ogerman - Arranger, Conductor
Johnny Mandel - Arranger, Conductor
Guto Graça Mello - Arranger, Producer
Alceu Bocchino - Conductor
Oscar Cabral - Photography
Silvia Panella - Graphic Coordinator
Cristina Portella - Garphic Coordinator
Carlos Alberto Sion - Executive Producer
Maria Creuza Meza - Production Coordinator
Francisco Rodrigues - Compilation Supervisor
Ralph Grierson - Fender Rhodes
Clare Fischer - Keyboards
Milcho Leviev - Synthesizers
Michael Boddicker - Synthesizers
Jim Hughart - Acoustic Bass
Joe Correro - Drums
Grady Tate - Drums
Paulinho da Costa - Percussion
Bud Shank - Flute
Harry Klee - Flute
Glen Garrett - Flute
Eddie Cainf - Flute
Stella Castellucci - Harp
Stan Fishelson - Orchestra Contractor
Frank De Caro - Orchestra Contractor
Gerald Vinci - Strings Concertmaster, Violin
Harry Bluestone - Violin
Paul Shure - Violin
Hathan Ross - Violin
Bonnie Douglas - Violin
Isabelle Daskoff - Violin
Joe Goodman - Violin
Bob Lipsett - Violin
Israel Baker - String Concertmaster, Violin
John Wittenberg - Violin
Bobby Dubow - Violin
Jerry Reisler - Violin
David Schwartz - Viola
Marilyn Baker - Viola
Helaine Wittenberg - Viola
Anne Goodman - Cello
Roger Lebon - Cello
Caetano Veloso - Vocals
Gilberto Gil - Vocals
Maria Bethania - Vocals
Celio Martins - Engineer
Joel Moss - Engineer
Al Schmitt - Engineer
Emiliano Costa Neto - Engineer
Eugenio Carvalho - Engineer
Rodrigo Lopes - Engineer
Carlos Freitas - Engineer
Russ Bracher - Assistant Engineer
Eduardo Ramalho - Assistant Engineer
Eric Bowman - Assistant Engineer
Don Henderson - Assistant Engineer


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Various Artists, "Ipuri - A Touch of Jazz, Vol. 4: Expectations", Warner Music Group #0927424262 (2002).[CD Compilation]
Track 10: "Estrada Do Sol" (1967) is arranged/conducted by Claus Ogerman.



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Mel Torme, "Comin' Home Baby"/"Sunday In New York", Warner Jazz/Atlantic/Rhino [UK] #8122754382 (2002).[2-in-1 CD Reissue]
Music arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman on the tracks indicated below.


Tracklist for "Comin' Home Baby":

Comin' Home Baby (arr. Ogerman)

Dat Dere

The Lady's In Love With You

Hi-Fly

Puttin' On The Ritz

Walkin'

Moanin'

Sing You Sinners

Whisper Not

On Green Dolphin Street

Right Now (arr. Ogerman)

Musician personnel:  Mel Torme, vocals; Claus Ogerman, Shorty Rogers, arrangers/conductors; other musicians uncredited.


George Benson, "The Greatest Hits of All", Warner [Denmark] #273690 (2003).[CD Compilation]

Claus Ogerman arranged/conducted some of the material on this compilation.

Personnel: George Benson (vocals, electric guitar); Aretha Franklin (vocals);

Claus Ogerman, Quincy Jones, Mike Mainieri (arranger); Gary Herbig (saxophone, flute); Jerry Hey, Chuck Findley (trumpet); Bill Reichenbach (trombone); Greg Phillinganes (Fender Rhodes piano, synthesizer); Ronnie Foster (electric piano, synthesizer, keyboards); Herbie Hancock (electric piano); Earl Klugh (acoustic guitar); Phil Upchurch (guitar, bass); Lee Ritenour, Paul Jackson, Jr. (guitar); Stanley Banks, Robert Popwell, Jr., Abraham Laboriel, Marcus Miller (bass); Narada Michael Walden (drums, programming); Harvey Mason, Steve Gadd (drums); Ralph MacDonald, Paulinho Da Costa (percussion); Patti Austin, Diva Gray (background vocals).

Producers include: Tommy LiPuma, Michael Masser, Quincy Jones, Narada Michael Walden, Preston Glass.

Compilation producers: George Benson, Scott Galloway, David McLees.

Recorded between 1976 & 1998. Includes liner notes by Don Heckman.

This 2003 compilation presents 20 tracks by the pop-jazz guitar player and singer George Benson.

Danish version includes several bonus tracks.



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Various Artists, "All That Lounge", Warner [Australia] #_______ (2004).[3-CD Compilation Set]

This Compilation Set includes Mel Tormé performing "Comin' Home Baby", arranged/conducted by Claus Ogerman.  It also includes The Drifters performing "Mexican Divorce", which is arranged/conducted by Claus Ogerman.



João Gilberto, "Destination Brésil", Warner Music #22085 (2005).[CD Compilation]

Includes the track "Estate", arranged by Claus Ogerman.

Musician personnel and credits:

João Gilberto - Vocals, Guitar, Producer
Dori Caymmi - Arranger
Arnaldo DeSouteiro - Producer
Gaya - Arranger
Bebel Gilberto - Vocals
João Donato - Arranger
Eugenio Carvalho - Engineer
Waltel Branco - Guitar
Guto Graça Mello - Arranger, Producer
Rita Lee - Vocals
Claus Ogerman - Arranger
Jorge Rosemberg - Cover Photo, Liner Photo
Alceu Bocchino - Conductor
Emiliano Costa Neto - Engineer


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Catarina Valente, "Danke Schön", Warner Music Group #5051011232527 (2006).[CD]

This CD contains the Claus Ogerman-arranged track "Cambia O Lasciami".



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Ithamara Koorax, "Love Dance", Warner Music [France] #9020492245 (2007).[CD Reissue]

Contains original Ogerman composition of "I Loved You".
 
Musician personnel:  Jurgen Friedrich (acoustic piano, arranger), John McLaughlin (electric guitar), Luiz Bonfa (acoustic guitar), João Palma (drums), Gonzalo Rubalcaba (acoustic piano), José Roberto Bertrami (keyboards, arranger), Juarez Araujo (clarinet), Sergio Barroso (acoustic bass), Dom Um Romão (percussion), Alex Malheiros (electric bass), Ivan *Mamao* Conti (drums), Nelson Angelo (acoustic guitar, acoustic piano, arranger), Jorge Pescara (stick bass, fretless bass), Mario Castro-Neves (keyboards, arranger), Jorjão Carvalho (electric bass), Marcos Valle (keyboards, arranger), Cesar Machado (drums), José Carlos "Bigorna" Ramos (soprano sax/flutes), Sidinho Moreira (percussion), Manuel Gusmão (acoustic bass), ArnaldoDeSouteiro (percussion, arranger).


Produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro
Release Date in France: June 26, 2007.



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