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Claus Ogerman and His Orchestra - Saxes Mexicanos (1966) [2016] [HDTracks]

HD Tracks & Vinyl, Jazz, Pop | Author: vicor 61 | 4-05-2018, 09:32
Claus Ogerman and His Orchestra - Saxes Mexicanos (1966) [2016] [HDTracks]
Artist: Claus Ogerman and His Orchestra
Title Of Album: Saxes Mexicanos
Year Of Release: 2016 (1966)
Label (Catalog#): RCA/Legacy
Country: Germany
Genre: Latin Jazz, Bossa Nova, Post Bop, Crossover Jazz
Quality: FLAC (*tracks,front)
Bitrate: Lossless [24Bit/192kHz]
Time: 25:55
Full Size: 1,03 GB

AllMusic Review by Tony Wilds:
Like many a mod album, Saxes Mexicanos capitalized on the success of Herb Alpert. The term "swinging mariachi" may be as dubious as the album's title, but there are some swinging tunes here. With Ogerman, you can always count on top players and interesting arrangements. Dick Hyman turns in fantastic (but uncredited) contributions on the Lowrey organ on several upbeat numbers. Highlights include "Dardanella" (which belongs in the mod hall of fame), Artie Shaw's "Nightmare," and Roger Miller's "King of the Road." While the first side is consistently strong, side two has a sizable hole in the middle. Saxes Mexicanos may not sound as compelling as Soul Searchin' or Watusi Trumpets, but it does boast top players and prime Ogerman arrangements.


1. King of the Road 01:53
2. Dardanella 02:02
3. St. James Infirmary 01:59
4. Bewitched 02:27
5. My Honey's Lovin' Arms 02:07
6. Apples and Bananas 02:03
7. Nightmare 02:16
8. Nancy's Theme 01:53
9. Always 01:56
10. You and I (Voc? E Eu) 02:06
11. Come Thursday 03:12
12. Just Friends 02:02

Claus Ogerman (arranger, conductor) and His Orchestra

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