James Last – James Last A Gogo (VG/VG)
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James Last A Gogo is an album released in 1966 by German composer and orchestra leader James Last. It is an upbeat, fun album that showcases Last's masterful arrangements and skillful conducting.
The album opens with a big band version of the traditional German folk song "In München Steht ein Hofbräuhaus," which is bright and cheerful and sure to get your feet tapping. From there, the album progresses to a jazzy rendition of "The Entertainer," followed by a rousing version of "Tequila." These two tunes show off Last's expert handling of the big band instrumentation, and demonstrate his ability to create complex and interesting arrangements.
The remainder of the album features a mix of pop and traditional tunes, including "Waltzing Matilda," "Yellow Submarine," and the delightful "Spanish Flea." Each track is filled with bright and energetic brass and percussion, and Last's conducting ensures that all of the instruments are perfectly balanced. The horn section in particular is especially impressive, and is sure to bring a smile to any listener's face.
James Last A Gogo is a lively, fun album that is sure to be a hit with music lovers of all ages. The energy and enthusiasm of the musicians, combined with Last's expert arrangements and conducting, make this a must-have for anyone who enjoys big band music. Whether you're looking to get up and dance or just want to sit back and enjoy the music, James Last A Gogo has something for everyone.
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