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                                Claus Ogerman 45 rpm Single Records - Warner Brothers:

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Lonnie Sattin, "Any More Than I" / "I'll Fly Away", Warner Brothers #5158 (year unknown).[45 rpm single]

Claus Ogerman composed "Any More Than I".



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Emilio Pericoli, "My World"/"What Must I Do?", Warner Brothers #45WB 5664 (1963).[45 rpm single]

Both sides arranged/conducted by Claus Ogerman.
Both sides are from the Warner Brothers album Il Mondo - "My World" of Romantic Songs in Italian and English.

Produced by George Lee.



  
[U.S. DJ / Promo Labels]

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[From the lyric sheet included with the single]

The Gates of Eden, "No One Was There"/"Elegy", Warner Brothers #7089 (1967).[45 rpm single]

Both sides produced, arranged and written by Claus Ogerman.  Lyrics by Scott English.

Text of "No One Was There" as seen on the lyric sheet:

 "No One Was There" (Requiem)

Bashful was the color

of the rainbow in his eyes

roses on the velvet under glass

indian eternity was hidden from the dawn

absent in a world that moves too fast

no one was there, no one was there
 

Brightly went the hours,

gone the mask of cellophane

rhythm like the rain of silent tears

islands never reached before

became the song of life

answers on the lips of fallen years

no one was there, no one was there

(Copyright 1967 Helios Music Corp.)


  
["Back to Back Hits" reissue]

George Benson, "Breezin'"/"This Masquerade", Warner Brothers #GWB 0345 (1976 - reissue date unknown).[45 rpm single reissue]

Both sides arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.
Both sides are from the George Benson album Breezin'.

Produced by Tommy LiPuma.



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[UK Labels]

George Benson, "Breezin'"/"Lady", Warner Brothers [UK] #K 16797 (1976).[45 rpm single]

Both sides arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.
Both sides are from the George Benson album Breezin'.

Produced by Tommy LiPuma.


 

  

George Benson, "Lady"/"This Masquerade", Warner Brothers #WBS 8209 (1976).[45 rpm single]

Both sides arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.
Both sides are from the George Benson album Breezin'.

Produced by Tommy LiPuma.



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George Benson, "Breezin'"/"Six To Four", Warner Brothers #WBS 8268 (1976).[45 rpm single].

Both sides arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.
Both sides are from the George Benson album Breezin'.

Produced by Tommy LiPuma.

George Benson, "Everything Must Change" (mono) /"Everything Must Change" (stereo), Warner Brothers #WBS 8360 (1977).[45 rpm DJ / Promo single]

Both sides arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.
Both sides are from the George Benson album In Flight.

Produced by Tommy LiPuma.


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[Canada Labels]

George Benson, "Everything Must Change"/"The Wind And I", Warner Brothers [Canada] #WBS 8360 (1977).[45 rpm single]

Both sides arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.
Both sides are from the George Benson album In Flight.

Produced by Tommy LiPuma.




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["Back to Back Hits" reissue]

George Benson, "Everything Must Change"/"Gonna Love You More", Warner Brothers #GWB 0361 (1977).[45 rpm single reissue]

Both tracks from the Warner Brothers album In Flight.
Both sides arranged/conducted by Claus Ogerman.

Produced by Tommy LiPuma.



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