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Genres: Jazz, Pop, R&B
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Limited Edition Japanese pressing of this album comes housed in a miniature LP sleeve. Atlantic. 2006.


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All Artists: Passport
Title: Earthborn
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Wea International
Release Date: 6/30/1998
Album Type: Import
Genres: Jazz, Pop, R&B
Styles: Jazz Fusion, Funk
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 022924647727


Album Description
Limited Edition Japanese pressing of this album comes housed in a miniature LP sleeve. Atlantic. 2006.

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CD Reviews

" 1982, A Good Year! "
eggroll473 | North Las Vegas, Nevada USA | 06/15/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Passport's "Earthborn" never released in the U.S. Caught me by surprise. I was very impressed with the jam session like feel to this disk. It contains two tracks with vocals by Hermann Weindorf ("New Moon" and "Night Delighter") both were released as singles and have a professional and original sound. I play this disk often and like it very much. In 1983 the release of "Man In The Mirror" also featuring H. Weindorf was a big disapointment to me. I would much rather have Klaus's Saxophone, Flute, and Keyboards doing the singing instead of unknown vocalists (to me anyway). I guess you win some and lose some. Also In 1983 there was a solo album released by Klaus called "Constellation". Re-released in 1996 and has a Tangerine Dream sound to it. All keyboards. An excellent hard to find collector's item."
Doldinger Does It Again!
shirley w. smith | St. Simons Island, GA USA | 12/27/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"It doesn't fail, Doldinger's work is again not a dissapointment. I hate lyrics in Jazz, but I have not complained about his lyrical songs. New Moon is no exception, I have found myself so drawn to this song that I can't listen to any others. I am not disappointed with this CD, and I recommend it to anyone considering buying it."
What A Comeback!
Andre' S Grindle | Bangor,ME. | 06/26/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"After the near lemon of "Blue Tatoo" Passport leaped back
to life with a new album that thankfully ushered the return of
original drummer Curt Cress" who makes this the album that
"Blue Tatoo" should have been.The other reviews here note there is a heavy Tangarine Dream/Kraftwerk feel to some of the music
and that is quite correct for a good half of this album but there's more here then that.The tight and funky instrumental Ball And Jack",the magnifisantly laid back uptempo vocal number "New Moon" are two highlites,each featuring something very unique even for Passport.The spastic "Bassic" is a Bill Laswell/Material-like number which forces you to obey while the closing "Night Delighter" mingles both "Ball And Jack"'s funkiness and "New Moon"'s catchy vocal chops.A fine transitional
album,and aside from "Blue Tatoo"'s misstep the true missing link between "Oceanliner" and "Man In The Mirror"."