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Encyclopedia > Non Stop Dancing 65
Non stop dancing '65
Album cover
Album by James Last
Released 1965
Recorded 1965
Genre Jazz
Length 46:48
Label Polydor Records
Producer(s) James Last
Professional reviews
James Last chronology
Die gab's nur einmal
(1965)
Non stop dancing '65
(1966)
Hammond a gogo
(1966)

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This album was the first in a series of about 30 Non Stop Dancing albums. The final offical entry of the series was in 1984, although Last continued to make a few similar albums (Für alle, 1985; Dance, Dance, Dance, 1988; New Party Classics, 2002).


Track Listing

From the 1965 Polydor release no. 237.447 1965 (MCMLXV) was a common year starting on Friday (link goes to calendar). ... Polydor Records is a record label once headquartered in Germany. ...

  1. "Don't Ha Ha" (The Governors)
  2. "Shake Hands" (Drafi Deutscher)
  3. "Can't Buy Me love" (Beatles)
  4. "Skinny Minnie" (Tony Sheridan)
  5. "Do Wah Diddy, Diddy" (Manfred Mann)
  6. "Clap Hands" (James Last)
  7. "Pretty Woman" (Roy Orbison)
  8. "Das ist die Frage aller Fragen" (Cliff Richard)
  9. "Eight Days A Week" (Beatles)
  10. "Kiddy, Kiddy, Kiss Me" (Rita Pavone + Paul Anka)
  11. "Good Bye, Good Bye, Good Bye" (Peggy March)
  12. "My Boy Lollipop" (Millie)
  13. "Zwei Mädchen aus Germany" (Paul Anka)
  14. "Tennesee Waltz" (Alma Coogan)
  15. "Memphis Tennessee" (Dave Clark Five)
  16. "A Hard Day's Night" (Beatles)
  17. "I Feel Fine" (Beatles)
  18. "No Reply" (Beatles)
  19. "Kiss And Shake" (Renate Kern)
  20. "Downtown" (Petula Clark)
  21. "Cinderally Baby" (Drafi Deutscher)
  22. "Wer kann das schon?" (???)
  23. "Das war mein schönster Tanz" (Bernd Spier)
  24. "Rag Doll" (Four Seasons)
  25. "Melanchollie" (Peppino di Capri)
  26. "I Want To Hold Your Hand" (Beatles)
  27. "Sie liebt dich" (Beatles)
  28. "I Should Have Known Better" (Beatles)

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Personnel

  • Heinz Habermann - Trumpet
  • Werner Gutterer - Trumpet
  • Paul Kabatsch - Trumpet
  • Manfred Moch - Trumpet
  • Willy Surmann - Trombone
  • Detlef Surmann - Trombone
  • Jo Ment - Sax
  • Karl-Herman Lüer - Sax
  • Bernd Steffanowski - Guitar
  • Heinz Schulze - Guitar
  • Ladi Geisler - Bass
  • Robert Last - Drums
  • Günter Platzek - Piano & Organ
  • James Last - Arranger, Conductor

 
 

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