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Claus Ogerman 45 rpm Single Records - Verve Records (continued):




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Kai Winding, "Portrait of My Love"/"Mondo Cane 2", Verve #VK-10313 (1964).[DJ / Promo 45 rpm Record]
Kai Winding, "Portrait of My Love"/"Mondo Cane 2", Verve #VK-10313 (1964).[45 rpm Picture Sleeve Single]
Both tracks are from the Verve MONDO CANE #2 album.

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

Both sides arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.

Produced by Creed Taylor.



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[Canadian Labels]

Wynton Kelly, "Little Tracy"/"It's All Right", Verve #VK-10316 (1963).[45 rpm single]
Wynton Kelly, "Little Tracy"/"It's All Right", Verve [Canada] #VK-10316X (1963).[45 rpm single]
Both sides from the Verve album Comin' In The Back Door.

Both sides arranged/conducted by Claus Ogerman.

Produced by Creed Taylor.


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[U.S. DJ / Promo Labels]

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[U.S. Labels]

Stan Getz, "Reflections"/"Blowin' In The Wind", Verve #VK-10321 (1963).[45 rpm DJ / Promo single]
Stan Getz, "Reflections"/"Blowin' In The Wind", Verve #VK-10321 (1963).[45 rpm single]
Both tracks are from the Verve album Reflections.

"Blowin' In The Wind" side arranged by Claus Ogerman.

Produced by Creed Taylor.


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Willis Jackson, "Swimmin' Home, Baby"/"I Almost Lost My Mind", Verve #VK-10322 (1963).[45 rpm single]

Both tracks are from the Verve album Gator Tails.

"I Almost Lost My Mind" arranged by Claus Ogerman.

Produced by Creed Taylor.


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Stan Getz & Getz/Gilberto, "Blowin' In The Wind"/"The Girl From Ipanema", Verve (Sounds of Fame Series) #VK-126 (19__).[45 rpm single reissue]

"Blowin' In The Wind" arranged by Claus Ogerman and is from the Verve Reflections album.

Produced by Creed Taylor.



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[U.S. DJ / Promo Labels]

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Antonio Carlos Jobim, "One Note Samba"/"Corcorvado", Verve #VK-10327 (1963).[45 rpm DJ / Promo single]
Antonio Carlos Jobim, "One Note Samba"/"Corcorvado", Verve #VK-10327 (1963).[45 rpm single]
Single is from The Composer of Desafinado, Plays album.

Both sides arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.

Musician personnel:  Jimmy Cleveland (tb) Leo Wright (as, fl) Antonio Carlos Jobim (p, g) George Duvivier (b) Edson Machado (d) Claus Ogerman (arr, cond) unidentified strings, and others.

Produced by Creed Taylor.



Kai Winding, "Mas" (More), Verve [Mexico] #1206 (1963).[45 rpm single]

Arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.

Musician personnel:  4 unknown, Kai Winding (tb) Paul Griffin (el-p) Jean Jacques Perrey (ondioline) 4 unknown, Kenny Burrell (g) unknown (el-b) unknown (d).


Produced by Creed Taylor.

Kai Winding and Orchestra, "More"/"Comin Home Baby", Verve Jazz Essentials / Verve Sounds of Fame #VK-128 (unknown year).[45 rpm single reissue]

Special Note:  Received in email from album & 45 rpm producer of "More" Creed Taylor, himself:


"Here is a brief note on More (Theme From Mondo Cane) [performed] by Kai:  I had just seen and heard Mondo Cane, in which the song "More" was repeated in at least 10 different ways.  On my way back to my office at Verve, I passed a man-hole where workers were playing a fast instrumental by "The Ventures"... not unlike the style that what was to become the song on Kai's record.  I had at least 3 different versions of the song on my desk.  "More" hadn't become a hit.  All three versions had one thing in common.  They were all ballads.  I asked Claus to come by my office to discuss Kai's upcoming date.  I put Tony's 45 rpm on my turntable and switched to 78 rpm.  Next...'Claus, what do you think?'  The rest of the story is obvious!"

"More" arranged and conducted by "Klaus" Ogerman; "Comin' Home Baby" arranged by Kai Winding.

Musician personnel:  4 unknown, Kai Winding (tb) Paul Griffin (el-p) Jean Jacques Perrey (ondioline) 4 unknown, Kenny Burrell (g) unknown (el-b) unknown (d).

Produced by Creed Taylor.


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[U.S. Labels]


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[UK DJ / Promo Labels]

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[UK Labels]

Stan Getz & Getz/Gilberto, "Blowin' In The Wind"/"The Girl From Ipanema", Verve #VK-10323 (1964).[45 rpm single]
Stan Getz & Getz/Gilberto, "Blowin' In The Wind"/"The Girl From Ipanema", Verve [UK] #VS 520 (1964).[45 rpm DJ / Promo single]
Stan Getz & Getz/Gilberto, "Blowin' In The Wind"/"The Girl From Ipanema", Verve [UK] #VS 520 (1964).[45 rpm single]
"Blowin' In The Wind" arranged by Claus Ogerman and is from the Verve Reflections album.

Produced by Creed Taylor.


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Kai Winding, "New Song of India"/"Don't Blow Your Cool (In The Merry Old Summertime)", Verve #VK-10328 (June 22, 1964).[DJ / Promo 45 rpm Record]
Kai Winding, "New Song of India"/"Don't Blow Your Cool (In The Merry Old Summertime)", Verve #VK-10328 / V-10328X (June 22, 1964).[45 rpm single]

"Don't Blow Your Cool (In The Merry Old Summertime)" arranged by Kai Winding and produced by Creed Taylor.
"New Song of India" arranged & produced by Claus Ogerman.

Produced by Creed Taylor.



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[Australia Labels]


Vinnie Bell, "Moonglow" / "Shindig", Verve Records [AUS] #V-5098 (1964).[45 rpm single]
Both sides from the Verve album Whistle Stop.

Claus Ogerman & Charles Calello arranged both sides of this record.



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Astrud Gilberto, "Funny World"/"Who Can I Turn To", Verve #VK-10339 (1965).[45 rpm single]

Both sides from the Verve album The Shadow of Your Smile.

Both sides arranged by Claus Ogerman.

Produced by Creed Taylor.



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Donald Byrd, "You've Been Talkin' 'Bout Me Baby"/"Blind Man, Blind Man", Verve #VK-10344 (1965).[45 rpm promo single]
Both sides from the Verve album Up With Donald Byrd.

Both sides arranged/conducted by Claus Ogerman.

Produced by Creed Taylor.

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[UK DJ / Promo Labels]

Donald Byrd, "Boom Boom" / "See See Rider", Verve [UK] #VS 532 (1965).[45 rpm DJ / Promo single]
Both sides from the Verve album Up With Donald Byrd.

Claus Ogerman arranged and conducted both sides of this single.

Produced by Creed Taylor.


Astrud Gilberto, "Day by Day"/"Ecce Homo", Verve #VK-10347 (1965).[45 rpm single]

"Day by Day" was arranged/conducted by Claus Ogerman.

Produced by Creed Taylor.



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