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  1. Fantastic Sound of Kai Warner (Jazz Club) CD () Check Availability. Hope you enjoy" If you liked 'a winding bend' check out Simon's first album 'Open up the letter' Simon's current Sydney and overseas gigs from and are listed under Open up the letter's note/bio's My next project "Higher heaven" is on it's way,(end of
  2. Kai Warner (born October 27, in Bremen, died July 9, in Hamburg), real name Werner Last, was a German musician. Warner took piano lessons from Ernst Weelen and received theory instruction from the Reger and Humperdinck student Richard Bulling.
  3. CD $ A wonderful session recorded in New York in – and featuring the band at its progressive best! The album has many dark overtones, and features a core group that includes Marshall Allen, Danny Davis, John Gilmore, and Pat Patrick .
  4. KAI WARNER Vinyl Records and CDs German orchestra leader, composer, producer, writer and arranger, born 27 October in Bremen and died 9 July in Hamburg. Brother of James Last and Robert Last, father of Steven Last and Werner Last Jr.
  5. Explore releases from Kai Warner Singers at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Kai Warner Singers at the Discogs Marketplace.
  6. of results for CDs & Vinyl: "kai warner" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. The Fantastic Sound Of Kai Warner (Jazz Club) by Kai Warner | out of 5 stars Or £ to buy MP3 album. The Fantastic Sound of Kai Warner (Jazz Club) by Warner, Kai (j.
  7. Kai Warner: The Fantastic Sound Of - (Jazzclub Series) (/UNIVERSAL) 26 tracks () Artikeleigenschaften von Kai Warner: The Fantastic Sound Of - (Jazzclub Series).
  8. Kai Warner was the stage name of Werner Last (27 October – 9 July ), a German bandleader and musician, and the brother of James Last and Robert Last. Biography Edit Born in Bremen, Warner took piano lessons from Ernst Weelen and received theory instruction from the Max Reger and Engelbert Humperdinck student Richard Bulling.

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