Bring Me Sunshine (2010)
Oleg Frish’s first English-language album, which was a tribute to “The Great American Songbook”. The album featured Oleg performing arrangements by esteemed big band leader Patrick Williams (who contributed arrangements to Frank Sinatra, is a two-time Grammy Award winner, a four-time Emmy Award winner and a recipient of an Oscar nomination). The album was recorded at the legendary Capitol Studios in Hollywood, CA and engineered by Al Schmitt, (whose 60-year career has yielded 150 gold and platinum albums and 20 Grammy Awards).
Strange Love (1998)
The album was a homage to the popular Soviet retro music of the 1960’s and featured 15 songs, including a medley and a duet with Aida Vedishcheva, one of the popular Soviet pop singers of that era. The project was produced and arranged by Alex Epelman and was released in New York.