Wrap your Troubles in Dreams, featuring vocals by Arne Fogel and accompaniment by the Wolverines Quartet, is available for purchase online at Amazon.com. Or, purchase online at Barnes & Noble.
If you prefer the more personal approach, visit one of Arne’s gigs (see “Calendar” page) or send $20.00 (includes P & H) to: ARNE FOGEL PRODUCTIONS – 8401 Wayzata Blvd., Suite 202 – Golden Valley, MN 55426.
Email Arne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.