Ogerman, Claus

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Ogerman, Claus - Gate Of Dreams Gate Of Dreams
Jazz Used - LP BS 3006 Warner
Mint 1977 Original In Shrink Wrap. Features George Benson, Michael Brecker, Joe Sample And Others.... more details
 
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Saxes Mexicanos
Pop New - LP LSP 3640 RCA
Sealed 1966 Stereo Original, CC.... more details
 
Ogerman, Claus - Gate Of Dreams Gate Of Dreams
Jazz New - LP BS 3006 Warner
Sealed 1977 Original. Features George Benson, Michael Brecker, Joe Sample And Others. This album is one of those rare treasures that keep on giving four decades later. Getting his start with Sinatra and Jobim, Claus Ogerman became synonomous with orchestration featuring, among many others, flutes, picolos and whistling. His string arrangements are like a soft feather pillow that caress you to sleep. His use of dynamic inventions to keep things flowing is pure brilliance. To this writer, Claus is on the same rare level as Arif Mardin, Johnny Mandel, George Martin and Nelson Riddle. Now about the music: Gate Of Dreams started as a ballet in 1972. Warner Bros records offered to fund a remake of this ballet, Some Times, into an album. Claus added more written passages and put together a rhythm section: John Guerin, Joe Sample, George Benson, Michael Brecker etc. The first, and finest composition on the album is Time Passed Autumn. It flies as if on gossamer wings. Once the rhythm section kicks in, the mix of old and new sounds really creates a nice overview of the 1970's music era as it changed from singles to complete album statements. That what we have here. To try and describe more is folly. This is recommended listening for many different schools of musical thought. You will thank me later but I accept the praise now. Yes. Gate Of Dreams is that good...... more details
 
Ogerman, Claus - Soul Searchin' Soul Searchin'
Pop Used - LP LSP 3366 RCA
Rare 1965 Deep Groove Stereo Original Still In Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Ogerman, Claus - Gate Of Dreams Gate Of Dreams
Jazz New - LP BS 3006 Warner
Sealed 1977 Original. Saw Cut. Features George Benson, Michael Brecker, Joe Sample And Others. This Album Is One Of Those Rare Treasures That Keep On Giving Four Decades Later. Getting His Start With Sinatra And Jobim, Claus Ogerman Became Synonomous With Orchestration Featuring, Among Many Others, Flutes, Picolos And Whistling. His String Arrangements Are Like A Soft Feather Pillow That Caress You To Sleep. His Use Of Dynamic Inventions To Keep Things Flowing Is Pure Brilliance. To This Writer, Claus Is On The Same Rare Level As Arif Mardin, Johnny Mandel, George Martin And Nelson Riddle. Now About The Music: Gate Of Dreams Started As A Ballet In 1972. Warner Bros Records Offered To Fund A Remake Of This Ballet, Some Times, Into An Album. Claus Added More Written Passages And Put Together A Rhythm Section: John Guerin, Joe Sample, George Benson, Michael Brecker Etc. The First, And Finest Composition On The Album Is Time Passed Autumn. It Flies As If On Gossamer Wings. Once The Rhythm Section Kicks In, The Mix Of Old And New Sounds Really Creates A Nice Overview Of The 1970's Music Era As It Changed From Singles To Complete Album Statements. That What We Have Here. To Try And Describe More Is Folly. This Is Recommended Listening For Many Different Schools Of Musical Thought. You Will Thank Me Later But I Accept The Praise Now. Yes. Gate Of Dreams Is That Good...... more details
 

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