Doldinger in New York

Doldinger in New York

by Klaus Doldinger



Klaus Doldinger is best known as the saxophonist and leader of Passport, one of Europe's leading fusion groups of the 1970s, 80s and 90s. This particular CD is a complete change of pace since it gives listeners a rare opportunity to hear Doldinger in New York playing straight ahead jazz. His tenor playing sometimes recalls Stanley Turrentine a bit while his soprano sounds more original and is quite fluent. For the special project, Doldinger teams up with some of New York's best: pianist Tommy Flanagan, bassist Charnett Moffett, drummer Victor Lewis and, on a few numbers, vibraphonist Roy Ayers and percussionist Don Alias. The group plays five of the saxophonist's originals (best is "Coco-Motion") and seven standards including "I Got It Bad," "Skylark," "Well You Needn't," and "Speak Low." This is an excellent if obscure effort that is worth searching for.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/09/1996
Label: Atlantic
UPC: 0075679267726
catalogNumber: 92677

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Klaus Doldinger   Primary Artist,Soprano Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Roy Ayers   Vibes
Tommy Flanagan   Piano
Victor Lewis   Drums
Don Alias   Percussion
Charnett Moffett   Bass

Technical Credits

Kurt Weill   Composer
Hoagy Carmichael   Composer
Roy Ayers   Contributor
Miles Davis   Composer
Klaus Doldinger   Producer
Ogden Nash   Composer
Duke Ellington   Composer
Thelonious Monk   Composer
Arthur Schwartz   Composer
Paul Wickliffe   Engineer
Victor Young   Composer
Sam M. Lewis   Composer
Geoff Tate   Composer
Michael Wilton   Composer
A.M. Brunner   Composer

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