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James Last in Euope

Modesty is his hallmark, James Last is not a man of star airs and graces. He only feels privileged because he has always been able to do what he liked doing: making music. "I have always made music which I liked and then I realised that lots of people like what I like", he tries to explain his immense success. "My special talent, if you like, is to meet the heart of the audience." He does exactly that - including the hearts of other world stars. His composition "Games That Lovers Play" is recorded in 100 different version throughout the whole world by artists such as Conny Frabcis or Ray Conniff. And musical composer Andrew Lloyd Webber calls Hansi's Version of "Don´t Cry For Me Argentina" the best arrangement of his song "that was ever written."

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This man is one of the most talented men I've seen in a long time.


Born: April 17, 1929 in Bremen, Germany

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

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