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 Kai Winding's 45 RPM Records - Verve:



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Kai Winding, "Baby Elephant Walk"/"Experiment in Terror", Verve #VK-10258 (1963).[45 rpm single]
Kai Winding, "Baby Elephant Walk"/"Experiment in Terror", Verve [U.K.] #501 (1963).[45 rpm single]
Both tracks are from the Verve album Suspense Themes In Jazz.

Produced by Creed Taylor.


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Kai Winding and Orchestra, "More"/"Comin Home Baby", Verve #VK-10295 (May 27, 1963).[45 rpm single]
Both tracks are from the Verve MORE/SOUL SURFIN' album.

Special Note:  Received in email from album & 45 rpm producer of "More" Creed Taylor, himself:

"Here is a brief note on More (Theme From Mondo Cane) [performed] by Kai:  I had just seen and heard Mondo Cane, in which the song "More" was repeated in at least 10 different ways.  On my way back to my office at Verve, I passed a man-hole where workers were playing a fast instrumental by "The Ventures"... not unlike the style that what was to become the song on Kai's record.  I had at least 3 different versions of the song on my desk.  "More" hadn't become a hit.  All three versions had one thing in common.  They were all ballads.  I asked Claus to come by my office to discuss Kai's upcoming date.  I put Tony's 45 rpm on my turntable and switched to 78 rpm.  Next...'Claus, what do you think?'  The rest of the story is obvious!"

"More" arranged and conducted by "Klaus" Ogerman; "Comin' Home Baby" arranged by Kai Winding.

Musician personnel:  4 unknown, Kai Winding (tb) Paul Griffin (el-p) Jean Jacques Perrey (ondioline) 4 unknown, Kenny Burrell (g) unknown (el-b) unknown (d).

Produced by Creed Taylor.

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Kai Winding and His Orchestra, "More" / "Comin' Home Baby", Verve [UK] #VS512 (1963).[DJ / Promo 45 rpm Record]
Both tracks are from the Verve MORE/SOUL SURFIN' album.
"More" is arranged/conducted by Claus Ogerman; "Comin' Home Baby" is arranged by Kai Winding.

Musician personnel:  4 unknown, Kai Winding (tb) Paul Griffin (el-p) Jean Jacques Perrey (ondioline) 4 unknown, Kenny Burrell (g) unknown (el-b) unknown (d).

Produced by Creed Taylor.



Kai Winding, "More"/"Comin' Home Baby", Verve #VK-128 (1963).[45 rpm record]
Both tracks are from the Verve MORE/SOUL SURFIN' album.
"More" is arranged/conducted by Claus Ogerman; "Comin' Home Baby" is arranged by Kai Winding.

Musician personnel:  4 unknown, Kai Winding (tb) Paul Griffin (el-p) Jean Jacques Perrey (ondioline) 4 unknown, Kenny Burrell (g) unknown (el-b) unknown (d).

Produced by Creed Taylor.



Kai Winding, "Mas" (More), Verve [Mexico] #1206 (1963).[45 rpm single]
Arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.

Musician personnel:  4 unknown, Kai Winding (tb) Paul Griffin (el-p) Jean Jacques Perrey (ondioline) 4 unknown, Kenny Burrell (g) unknown (el-b) unknown (d).

Produced by Creed Taylor.


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[DJ/Promo 45 RPM label]

Kai Winding, "Ice Cream Man"/"The Lonely One" Verve #VK-10301 (1963).[45 rpm single]
Kai Winding, "Ice Cream Man" / "The Lonely One", Verve #VK-10301 (1963).[Yellow label DJ/Promo 45 rpm single]
Both tracks are from the Verve album KAI WINDING (a/k/a The Lonely One).

"The Lonely One" arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman; "Ice Cream Man" arranged by Kai Winding.

Produced by Creed Taylor.


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[Above left is DJ/Promo 45 RPM label]

Kai Winding, "Baby Don't Come On With Me"/"Time is On My Side", Verve #VK-10307 (October 3, 1963).[45 rpm single]
Kai Winding,
"Baby Don't Come On With Me"/"Time is On My Side", Verve #VK-10307 (October 3, 1963).[Yellow label DJ/Promo single]

Webmaster's Note:  It has been brought to this webmaster's attention that the vocalists on the track "Time Is On My Side" are not "The Enchanters" but actually Cissy Houston and the two Warwick sisters Dee Dee and Dionne.   See the excerpt from the Jerry Ragovoy CD booklet for this confirmation, below.

Special Note:  There was an unissued track produced at the same session as these two tracks, entitled "I'm Walkin' Out Of Your Life" with the same musician personnel.


EXTRA -  Booklet excerpt telling how this recording session came about:

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Arranged by Jerry Ragovoy.

Directed by Garry Sherman.

Produced by Creed Taylor.


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Kai Winding, "Portrait of My Love"/"Mondo Cane 2", Verve #10313 (1964).[45 rpm single]
Both tracks are from the Verve MONDO CANE #2 album.

Musician personnel:  Kai Winding (tb, arr) Jean Jacques Perrey (ondioline) Les Spann (g) Claus Ogerman (arr).

Both sides arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.

Produced by Creed Taylor.


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Kai Winding, "New Song of India"/"Don't Blow Your Cool (In The Merry Old Summertime)", Verve #VK-10328 (June 22, 1964).[45 rpm single]
"New Song of India" composed/arranged by Claus Ogerman;
"Don't Blow Your Cool (In The Merry Old Summertime)" adapted/arranged by Kai Winding.

Produced by Creed Taylor.


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Kai Winding, "[Theme From] The Luck Of Ginger Coffee" (from September 1, 1964)/"Do Anything You Wanna" (w/Monty Alexander from September 20, 1964), Verve #VK-10334 (1964).[45 rpm single]

Produced by Creed Taylor.


Kai Winding, "Dear Heart"/"Wolverton Mountain", Verve #VK-10335 (1964).[45 rpm single]
Both tracks are from the Verve MODERN COUNTRY album.

Musician personnel:  Gene Mullins, Bill Watrous, Kai Winding (tb) Harold Bradley, Ray Edenton, Grady Martin, Wayne Moss (g) Joe Zintan (b) Murray Herrman, Doug Kirkbom (d) The Anita Kerr Singers (vocal group).

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1964 Billboard ad advertising the single from "Modern Country"!


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[DJ/Promo 45 RPM label]

Kai Winding, "Baker Street Mystery"/"The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg", Verve #VK-10343 (1964).[45 rpm single]
Kai Winding, "Baker Street Mystery" / "The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg", Verve #VK-10343 (1964).[Yellow label DJ/Promo 45 rpm single]
Note that this single and the one below it share the same Verve catalog number.

"Baker Street Mystery" arranged by Kai Winding.

Produced by Creed Taylor.


Kai Winding, "I Will Wait For You"/"Baker Street Mystery", Verve #VK-10343 (1965).[45 rpm single]

Musician personnel:  Kai Winding and The Prevailing Winds (vocal group) - others not identified.

"Baker Street Mystery" arranged by Kai Winding.

Produced by Creed Taylor.



Kai Winding, "Dear Heart"/"Baker Street Mystery", Verve #VK-129 (1964).[45 rpm single]

Musician personnel:  Gene Mullins, Bill Watrous, Kai Winding (tb) Harold Bradley, Ray Edenton, Grady Martin, Wayne Moss.

Produced by Creed Taylor.


Lalo Schifrin, "Bachianas Brazileiras, No. 5"/"New Fantasy", Verve #VK-10331 (1964).[45 rpm record]
Both tracks are from the Verve NEW FANTASY album.

Kai Winding plays trombone on this record.

Musician personnel:  Marky Markowitz, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young (tp) Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding (tb) Tony Studd (btb) Ray Alonge, Richard Berg, Earl Chapin, Bob Northern (frh) Don Butterfield (tu) Jerome Richardson (fl, ts) Lalo Schifrin (p, arr, cond) Mundell Lowe (g) George Duvivier (b) Grady Tate (d).

Produced by Creed Taylor.


Kai Winding, "My Hands Reach Out To You"/"Here's That Rainy Day", Verve #VK-10348 (1964).[45 rpm single]
Note that this single and the one below it share the same Verve catalog number.

Musician personnel:  Kai Winding and The Prevailing Winds (vocal group) - others not identified.

Produced by Creed Taylor.


Kai Winding, "My Hands Reach Out To You"/"Marriage, Italian Style", Verve #VK-10348 (1965).[45 rpm single]

Produced by Creed Taylor.



Kai Winding, "The Danny Dip"/"Never on Sunday", Verve (unissued, no catalog number) (1965).[45 rpm single]
Master Numbers are 65VK397 and 65VK398.


Kai Winding, "Half A Crown"/"Singing In The Rain" (with The Prevailing Winds added on vocals), Verve #VK-10355 (1965).[45 rpm single]
Both tracks are from the Verve RAINY DAY album.

Produced by Creed Taylor.


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[DJ/Promo 45 RPM labels]

Kai Winding, "A Sign Of The Times"/"You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling", Verve #VK-10372 (1965).[45 rpm single]
Kai Winding, "A Sign Of The Times"/"You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling", Verve #VK-10372 (1965).[Yellow label DJ/Promo single]
Both tracks are from the Verve THE IN INSTRUMENTALS album.

"A Sign of the Times" is arranged by Kai Winding.

Produced by Creed Taylor.


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Kai Winding, "Sunrise, Sunset"/"Dirty Dog", Verve #VK-10407 (1966).[45 rpm single]
Both tracks are from the Verve DIRTY DOG album.
Arrangements by Kai Winding.

Musician personnel:  Carl Fontana, Urbie Green, Bill Watrous (tb) Kai Winding (tb, arr, cond) Herbie Hancock (p) Buzzy Bavarian (g) Bob Cranshaw (el-b) Grady Tate (d).

Produced by Creed Taylor.


Kai Winding, "The Sidewinder"/"Something You Got", Verve #VK-10433 (1966).[45 rpm single]
Both tracks are from the Verve DIRTY DOG album.

Produced by Creed Taylor.



Kai Winding, "More"/"All", Verve #VK-10455 (1963).[45 rpm single]
Note that this single has the same catalog number as two listings below it.

"More" is arranged/conducted by Claus Ogerman.

Musician personnel:  4 unknown, Kai Winding (tb) Paul Griffin (el-p) Jean Jacques Perrey (ondioline) 4 unknown, Kenny Burrell (g) unknown (el-b) unknown (d).

Produced by Creed Taylor.


Kai Winding, "Foxy"/"Daydream", Verve #VK-10455 (1966).[45 rpm single]
Note that this single and the one below it share the same catalog number.



Kai Winding, "Daydream"/"Any Wednesday", Verve #VK-10455 (alt.) (October 1966).[45 rpm single]


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[DJ/Promo 45 RPM labels]

Kai Winding, "Penny Lane" / "Time", Verve #VK-10488 (1966).[45 rpm single]
Kai Winding, "Penny Lane" / "Time", Verve #VK-10488 (1966).[Yellow label DJ/Promo 45 rpm single]
Both tracks are from the Verve PENNY LANE AND TIME album.

Both tracks arranged and conducted by Kai Winding.

Produced by Creed Taylor.


Astrud Gilberto, "Dindi"/"(Take Me To) Aruanda", Verve #VK-10532 (1965).[45 rpm single]
Both tracks are from the Verve THE SHADOW OF YOUR SMILE album.

Kai Winding plays trombone on "(Take Me To) Aruanda".

Produced by Creed Taylor.



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