Wrap your Troubles in Dreams, featuring vocals by Arne Fogel and accompaniment by the Wolverines Quartet, is still available for purchase online at Amazon.com. Or, listen and purchase online at CD Baby.
If you prefer the more personal approach, visit one of Arne’s gigs (see “Calendar” page) or send $16.75 (includes P & H) to: BECCA Records – PO Box 26202 – St. Louis Park, MN 55426.
AVAILABLE AT THESE RETAIL LOCATIONS:
all twin cities’ APPLAUSE-CHEAPO stores!
PAVEK MUSEUM OF BROADCASTING (St. Louis Park, MN)
E-mail Arne at email@example.com.
Songs by IRVING BERLIN – COLE PORTER – HAROLD ARLEN – JOHNNY MERCER – LERNER & LOEWE – SAMMY CAHN – HARRY WARREN and many others!
JENDEEN FORBERG – drums, leader
RICK CARLSON – piano
STEVE PIKAL – bass, trombone
DOUG HAINING – reeds
ARNE FOGEL – vocals
“…..Great CD….Thanks so much for the fine music. You make our station sound better….” — PAUL RICHARDS, Program Director of WHLI 1100-AM RADIO, New York.
“….I was hooked from the first track to the last. Your vocals and the backings were a joy to listen to. The whole album was done with taste and care and your singing style is really very distinctive and owes nothing to anyone. The Wolverines Quartet are a splendid unit and the album is full of stylistic surprises that enhance (without distracting from) the songs….” — KEN BARNES, Record Producer (Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire, Jack Jones, Johnny Mercer, Peggy Lee) in a letter to Arne Fogel.
“…..With great care for what the composer and lyricist had in mind ARNE FOGEL places his subtle signature over a collection of American standards. Fogel understands those messages, and you will too.” — from the liner notes by LEIGH KAMMAN.
“Arne Fogel has a powerful sense of selling a song, especially a classic song from the American musical theatre. He is a skilled recreator, and his interpretations in song benefit from his depth of both knowledge and accumulated feeling for every text and melody.” — WILLIAM J. SCHAFER, author of “The Art Of Ragtime”, in The Mississippi Rag, Oct. 2002.
“….(This CD) present(s) a warm, mature, and relaxed vocal personality, equally adept at ballads and up-tempo numbers, backed by a very tasty and tasteful quartet, the Wolverines.” — GERRY STONESTREET, in In Tune International magazine, Feb. 2006.