Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Klaus Doldinger & Passport|
Genres: Jazz, Pop, R&B
One could suggest that the names Klaus Doldinger & Passport could be synonymous, for they really are one and the same. The driving force behind the group Passport, for almost four decades now has been Klaus Doldinger. We n... more »
One could suggest that the names Klaus Doldinger & Passport could be synonymous, for they really are one and the same. The driving force behind the group Passport, for almost four decades now has been Klaus Doldinger. We now add 8 more titles to our already extensive Passport catalog. All of these titles are making their U.S. CD debuts, being only available as high price import CDs if you can find them.
Phasedin | New Jersey | 02/07/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I was initially hesitant to purchase this 2-Disc set because so little info is available on it.
Apparently this is a live set recorded over several years originally released around 1981 as a 2-disc set. I discovered a listing for lots of guest musicians backing Saxophonist/Leader Klaus Doldinger and i'm personally more interested in hearing either the Passport band line-up or Doldinger all-solo (as in the studio album "Constellation")and not in a setting with an army of guest artists (like Etta James who appears here among many others).
Well, it turn out that these guests appear only on 1/4 of the album (what was originally the 3rd vinyl side) with the other 3/4's of the album by the early 1980's lineup of Passport (which I love), the quintet that recorded "Blue Tattoo"(1981)(one of my favorite Passport studio albums) and "Oceanliner" (1980).
Armed with this info I finally ordered this CD . Here's the info on the original vinyl release I found on the internet for those (like me) who like to know some details on the recordings we purchase:
Live double album recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1977 & 1980 and at concerts in Stuttgart and Mainz in June, 1980.
Side 1: Featuring Klaus Doldinger, Kevin Mulligan, Hendrik Schaper, Dieter Petereit & David Crigger
1. Introduction by Claude Nobs
3. Guna Guna
4. Bahia Do Sol
Side 2: Featuring Klaus Doldinger, Kevin Mulligan, Hendrik Schaper, Dieter Petereit & David Crigger
1. Morning Sun
2. Fairy Tale
Side 3: Featuring Klaus Doldinger, Dick Morrisey, The Average White Band (Molly Duncan, Roger Ball, Onnie McIntyre, Hamish Stuart, Alan Gorrie & Steve Ferrone), Sonny Fortune, David Newman, Jaroslav Jakubovic, Herbie Mann, Jim Mullen, Raphael Cruz, Sammy Figueroa, Richard Tee, Jeff Berlin, Steve Jordan, Brian Ray & Etta James.
3. Stormy Monday Blues
Side 4: Featuring Klaus Doldinger, Kevin Mulligan, Hendrik Schaper, Dieter Petereit & David Crigger
(note that this info is for the LP version. Sides 1 & 2 are Disc 1, Sides 3 & 4 are Disc 2)"