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James Last & Richard Clayderman - Serenaden (1991, Polystar # 511 454-2)

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James Last & Richard Clayderman - Serenaden (1991, Polystar # 511 454-2)

James Last & Richard Clayderman - Serenaden
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Label/Cat#: Polystar # 511 454-2 | Country/Year: Germany 1991
Genre: Pop, Ballad | Style: Easy Listening, Love Song

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James Last & Richard Clayderman - Serenaden (1991, Polystar # 511 454-2)


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CD Info:
James Last & Richard Clayderman - Serenaden

Label: PolyStar
Catalog#: 511 454-2
Format: CD, Album
Country: Germany
Released: 1991
Genre: Pop, Ballad
Style: Easy Listening, Love Song

Tracklist:

1 From A Distance 4:00
2 Sacrifice 5:02
3 Moonfire 4:11
4 Lizzie 3:34
5 Careless Whisper 4:16
6 Maracaibo 5:47
7 Super Dreaming Day 3:26
8 Wind Beneath My Wings 4:13
9 Indigo Bay 4:03
10 Reflections 4:29
11 Chancer 4:21
12 Wind From The East 3:14
13 Candle In The Wind 3:51
14 Summer Serenade 4:08

Artist Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

James Last is a German big band leader with a large fan base in Europe, although he has never had a comparable following in the United States. Last's trademark is arranging pop hits in a big-band style; his series of "party albums" is equally well-known. Over the course of his career, he has sold well over 50 million albums.

Last learned how to play piano as child, switching to bass as a teenager. He joined Hans-Gunther Oesterreich's Radio Bremen Dance Orchestra in 1946, when he was 17 years old. In 1948, he became the leader of the Becker-Last Ensemble, which performed for seven years. During that time, he was voted as the best bassist in the country by a German jazz poll for three consecutive years, from 1950-1952. After the disbandment of the Becker-Last Ensemble, he became the in-house arranger for Polydor Records, as well as for a number of European radio stations. For the next decade, he helped arrange hits for artists like Helmut Zacharias and Caterina Valente.

Last released his first album, Non-Stop Dancing, in 1965. The record of brief renditions of popular songs, all tied together by an insistent dance beat and joyous crowd noises. It was a hit and helped make him a major European star. Over the next two decades, Last released over 50 records, including several more volumes of Non-Stop Dancing. On these records, he varied his formula by adding different songs from different countries and genres, as well as guest performers like Richard Clayderman and Astrud Gilberto.

Though his concerts and albums were consistently successful – especially in England, where he had 52 hit albums between 1967-1986, which made him second to Elvis Presley in terms of number of charting records – he only had one hit single with "The Seduction," the theme from American Gigolo (1980). ~allmusicguide

Artist Biography by Craig Harris

With his lush and sophisticated instrumental approach to pop music, Richard Clayderman (born Philippe Pagès) is, according to The Guinness Book of World Records, "the most successful pianist in the world." Clayderman's albums routinely sell millions of copies and his concerts are quickly sold out. In a review of his 1985 Carnegie Hall concert, Variety wrote, "(Clayderman's) main appeal lies in his youth and boyish good looks…coupled with his gentlemanly charm and his thick French accent, they promise to rope in the romantically inclined middle-aged Yank ladies who cotton to this ilk of soothing entertainment." Nancy Reagan referred to Clayderman as "the prince of romance." Instructed in classical piano by his father, Clayderman enrolled in the Paris Conservatory of Music at the age of 12. Four years later, he placed first in a piano competition at the school. Despite his classical background, Clayderman opted for popular music when he launched his professional career. A tour as opening act for French rock musician Johnny Hallyday introduced him to an international following. Clayderman's debut album, Ballade Pour Adeline, recorded at the urging of producers and composers Oliver Toussaint and Paul De Senneville in 1977, sold more than 20 million copies and was distributed in 38 countries. Clayderman, who took his stage name from his Swedish grandmother, has continued to tour throughout the world to enthusiastic audiences. A live concert broadcast on Chinese television in 1987 attracted more than 800 million viewers.

His vast discography of well over 200 albums, released on and licensed to many different labels worldwide, has seen him record everything from light classics to Andrew Lloyd Webber love songs, Bollywood movie soundtracks, and the folk music of Germany, Turkey, and Japan. While this willingness to turn his hand to anything fueled his worldwide popularity, it is the unthreatening homogeneity of his output that won him a loyal, late-middle-aged fanbase similar to that of another European titan of light classical music, André Rieu. In the early 2010s, Clayderman enjoyed an upsurge in mainstream popularity, perhaps partly as a kitsch nostalgia act, but also on the part of canny marketing men who positioned him as part of that era’s classical crossover explosion. His 2013 album for Decca, Romantique – arguably his highest-profile release ever – featured a mélange of film music, pop and light classical standards, and a re-recording of his best-known tune, "Ballade pour Adeline". ~allmusicguide

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