Freitag, November 17, 2006

Kay Webb - Pop Party in Petersburg (1972)



And on we go with our Russian party, day number five. This time we visit Saint Petersburgh with this nice alliteration and a guy called "Kay Webb". I don´t have a single clue who he is or was, I only know that he put out many many records on the "Maritim" label in the early seventies. I have about 30 of them. Most are follow-ups to other bandleader´s successes, so this one is quite similar to Frankie´s "Wodka à Gogo", which I have introduced before. There are other titles by Kay Webb, like "Alte Meister bitten zum Tanz" which walks in the footprints of James Last´s "Classics Up to Date" series, and "A Banda Mexicana", which is Herb Alpert style.

I think, but I´m not sure, "Kay Webb" is a pseudonym for some guy who never really existed, to put out the budget versions of Herb Alpert, James Last, Frank Valdor and Kai Warner. Maybe it was an alias for one of them? Who knows? Do YOU know? Then please leave a comment and explain it to us. And one more thing: If you should discover that "Kay Webb" is a single white 32-year-old female lawyer, who lives in New York, or is a 26-year-old self-made man who deals with used cars, this may not be correct. Please use your search-engine the right way then...

But now, here´s good ole Germany´s "Kay Webb" with his russian orgy. ORGY??? Well, if you knew what "poppen" means in German, then you´ll possibly blush. I guess it didn´t have that meaning back in 1972, so your "Pop Party" will just be an ordinary party, but remember: Life is what you make it! It all depends on you...

Kommentare:

julioxo hat gesagt…

Wonderful album!
Thanks

Anonym hat gesagt…

Kay Webb ist der Hamburger Orchesterchef Frank Valdor

Anonym hat gesagt…

wery well ,thanks...