Thursday, 4 February 2010

Easy Listening

James Last
bert kaempfert
norrie paramor
roberto delgado
kai warner
gunter kallman
max greger

Side One

1.Cecilia (Simon)
The James Last Orchestra
2. Island In The Sun (Belafonte-Burgess)
Roberto Delgado and his Ochestra
3. Indian Summer (Herbert-Dubin)
The Luxembourg Pop Orchestra
4. a) Yellow Rose Of Texas (Trad. arr. Paramor)
b) Walkin' The Floor (Tubb)
c) Lonesome Number One (Gibson)
The Big Ben Banjo Band
5. Theme From "Elvira Madigan" (Mozart arr. Scott)
John Scott Orchestra

Side Two

1. Something (Harrison)
Bert Kaempfert Orchestra
2. Hernando's Hideaway (Adler-Ross)
Alfred Hause & his Orchestra
3. Black Eyes (Trad. arr. Marek-Vavek)
Marek & Vacek
4. Tea For Two (Youmans-Ceasar)
Fritz Schulz-Reichel
5. Plaisir D'Amour (Martini arr. Paramor)
Norrie Paramour and his Orchestra

Side Three

1. Wandrin' Star (Loewe-Lerner)
The Big Ben Hawaiian Band
2. Elizabethan Serenade (Binge)
J ames Last
3. Moon River (Mancini-Mercer)
Max Greger and his Orchestra
4. Quando, Quando, Quando (Renis-Testa)
Tommy Reilly with Kai Warner and his Orchestra
5. Daydream (Vincent-Van Holman-Mackay)
The Gunter Kallman Choir

Side Four

1. Those Were The Days (Raskin)
Horst Wendes Accordion Band
2. Gente (M. & P. Valle Gilbert)
Peter Thomas Sound Orchestra
3. I Say A Little Prayer (Bacharach-David)
Augusto Alguera and his Orchestra
4. Moonlight Melody (Beethoven arr. Ingman)
Nick Ingman, his Orchestra & Chorus
5. a) Don't Forget To Remember (B. & M. Gibb)
b)Winter World Of Love (Reed-Mason)
Kai Warner and his Orchestra

2675-002 - (p) 1969/1970

1 comment:

  1. A great album indeed. I found it last year already, playing right now.

    I wondered when it might have been made, as the backcover did not give even a hint. I also thought 69-71, so I am glad you kinda confirmed my assumption. Nice blog, by the way, I will come back soon (next week) to have a closer look.