The 'Stan Foster Impression' - Sounds Like Kaempfert Volume II

The ‘Stan Foster Impression’ – Sounds Like Kaempfert Volume II

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Owing to the huge success of “Sounds Like Kaempfert Volume I” Stan Foster now presents “Sounds Like Kaempfert Volume II”. The majority of titles on this Album are familiar standards, to which Stan’s arrangements in the Kaempfert idiom have lent a new perspective.

Stan Foster’s idea of creating a relaxing and intimate atmosphere has made this an ideal album for before dinner dancing and after dinner listening!

The varied career of Stan Foster has included playing with the Ted Heath, Geraldo and Nat Temple Bands as pianist and arranger. He accompanied the late Alma Cogan for many years—in fact from the beginning to the very end of her exciting International career.

No wonder then that after being in the company of the famous and best Stan’s own orchestra includes the finest musicians in Great Britain. His lead trumpet player—Alan Lewis—has earned well-deserved respect for his faultless musicianship and it is with musicians such as these that Stan retains his orchestra’s reputation of one of the foremost in the world.

Currently, Stan Foster is a regular performer on the B.B.C. and has his own featured programme “The Stan Foster Impression” which stand high on the popularity ratings.

This brilliant album will be popular with all age groups and has been specifically devised and recorded to present the widest cosmopolitan appeal.

The 'Stan Foster Impression' - Sounds Like Kaempfert Volume II

Label: Deacon DEA 1049

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