James Last: Live in London 1978 Trailer

James Last: Live in London 1978 Trailer (1978)

11 September 1978

German composer and conductor James "Hansi" Last leads this inspiring 1978 concert filmed at the Royal Albert Hall. Last's concerts typically feature an eclectic mix of music, and this show is no exception. The playlist includes everything from the theme from Star Wars to the swing standard "I've Got You Under My Skin" and the exotic "Quando Quando." Also included is a bonus concert filmed in Ireland and an interview with Last.

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