Bert Kaempfert ~ The most beautiful girl (1974)

Bert Kaempfert had almost too much talent, ability, and good luck rolled into one career to be fully appreciated, even by his own chosen audience, the lovers of fine orchestral pop music. He was one of the most successful conductors, arrangers, and recording artists in the latter field, but was also a major producer and played a key (if indirect) role in the roots of the British beat boom of the early '60s, which evolved into the British Invasion of America in 1964.

01. The most beautiful girl (2:44)
02. Why can't you and add up to love (2:43)
03. Touch the wind (3:28)
04. Jumpin' blue (2:42)
05. Opus one (3:56)
06. I found my love (2:35)
07. Let me be there (3:09)
08. Easy glider (3:01)
09. Tuxedo junction (3:08)
10. Moon over Baja (2:38)
11. I cover the waterfront (2:54)
12. In the Everglades (3:14)

The most beautiful girl


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