Ogerman - Warner Brothers:
[UK Mono LP Release]
[Argentina LP Release]
Cominciamo Ad Amarci (Begin To Love)
E Se Domani (If Ever You Should Leave Me)
Come Se Fa A Non Volerti Bene? (What Must I Do?)
Amore, Scusame (My Love Forgive Me)
Munasterio 'E Santa Chiarra
Nessuno Al Mondo (No Arms Can Ever Hold You)
La Piu Bella Del Mondo (Come Back To Me)
Roma, Nun Fa La Stupida Stasera (The Lights of Rome)
Il Mondo (My World)
- Original uncredited liner notes from the LP.
[2008 Netherlands CD Reissue]
- Page 1 of original LP liner notes written by Hal
- Page 2 of original LP liner notes written by Hal
- Page 3 of original LP liner notes written by Hal
Personnel includes Don Payne (bass) and Dom
Um Romao (drums). Organ solo on "Surfboard" by Dick Hyman. Uncredited
This album is also contained within a later CD
reissue entitled "Antonio Carlos Jobim: Composer" containing bonus
tracks not on the original LP.
Produced by George Lee and Ray Gilbert.
[Canadian LP - U.S. covers are identical]
[U.S. Original LP labels]
[Japan issued DJ Promo "Sample" LP]
soloists: Peter Maunu--Guitar (Rhythm); George Benson--Guitar;
Michael Brecker--Sax (Tenor); Joe Sample--Keyboards, Piano
(Electric); David Sanborn--Sax (Alto); Ralph Grierson--Keyboards;
Israel Baker--Concert Master; Larry Bunker--Percussion; Claus
Ogerman--Arranger, Composer, Conductor; Chuck Domanico--Bass; John
Guerin--Drums; Chino Valdes--Conga; strings uncredited.
- Tracklist and album production credits, taken from the CD reissue
- Liner notes on origin of music material and comment by Bill Evans;
Claus Ogerman photo.
- Liner notes about Claus Ogerman's career - found only on the CD
note: this album is
a real treat for the senses. It has everything: classical elements,
jazz work by top artists, electronics, those wonderful Ogerman
strings, and even a wind machine at the end! You won't be able
to listen to this just once . . . it will captivate you!
[Inside of Double LP Compilation]
Various Artists, "New
Music That Stays New",
Warner Brothers #PRO 656 (1976 & 1977).[Double LP
Contains tracks that
were either arranged and
conducted by Claus Ogerman or tracks that were
produced/composed/arranged/conducted by Claus.
Contains the tracks
"Nature Boy" and "The World
Is A Ghetto" from George Benson's In Flight album, "Don't Be
Blue" and "I Really Hope It's You" from Michael Franks' Sleeping
Gypsy album as well as "Time Passed Autumn" and "Caprice" from
Claus Ogerman's own Gate of Dreams album, all of which were
Warner Brothers' releases.
Liner notes edited and
compiled by Gene
Sculatti and Joe Robinson.
LINER NOTES mentioning
involvement in these tracks: