Klaus DOLDINGER – Bluesy Toosy 1963

Klaus DOLDINGER – Bluesy Toosy 1963
1992 Issue.

Jazz

Klaus Doldinger, best-known for leading the excellent fusion group Passport in the 1970s and ’80s, has had a diverse and episodic career. He started out studying piano in 1947 and clarinet five years later, playing in Dixieland bands in the 1950s. By 1961, he had become a modern tenor saxophonist, working with such top visiting and expatriate Americans as Don Ellis, Johnny Griffin, Benny Bailey, Idrees Sulieman, Donald Byrd, and Kenny Clarke, recording as a leader for Philips, World Pacific, and Liberty. However, in 1970, he initiated a long series of fusion-oriented sessions for Atlantic that featured his tenor, soprano, flute, and occasional keyboards with an electric rhythm section. In addition to writing music for films (including Das Boot) and television in Europe, Doldinger has remained active as a player who occasionally explores his roots in hard bop into the late ’90s, but because he has always lived in Europe, he remains underrated in the U.S.
By Scott Yanow, All Music Guide.

01. Blues For George – Klaus Doldinger Quartet 6:09
02. Bluesy Toosy – Klaus Doldinger Quartet 3:01
03. Two Getting Together – Klaus Doldinger Quartet 6:06
04. Waltz Of The Jive Cats – NDR-Jazz Workshop 3:04
05. Comin’ Home Baby – Paul Nero’s Blue Sounds 2:35
06. Shakin’ The Blues – Klaus Doldinger Quartet 4:59
07. Quartenwalzer – Klaus Doldinger Quartet 4:58
08. Viva Brasilia – Klaus Doldinger Quartet with Attila Zoller 3:37
09. Scarborough Fair – Klaus Doldinger Quartet 5:59
10. Tempus Fugit – Klaus Doldinger Quartet 6:28
11. Guachi Guaro – Paul Nero Sounds 3:34
12. I Feel Free – The Motherhood 4:05
13. Back In The Dark – The Motherhood 2:37
14. The Night Time Is The Right Time – The Blue Sounds And Davy Jones 2:50
15. Stormy Monday Blues – Klaus Doldinger with Etta James 7:47
16. Compared To What – Passport with Les McCann & Johnny Griffin 5:01
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