domingo, 2 de abril de 2017

Paul Nero's Blue Sounds • The Big Beat



Paul Nero is the name adopted by German jazz saxophonist and composer Klaus Doldinger for a series of instrumental pop albums in the 1960s. Some, like Golden Western Hits (1969), were released on Liberty in North America as well as in his native country. Others, including a few in the non-stop dancing mode popularized by James Last, were confined to a European release.
Since 1971 Doldinger has led a jazz group called Passport whose music has been likened to that of Weather Report. He's also well respected as a composer of music for films and is responsible for the scores of Das Boot (1981), The Never-Ending Story (1984) and Palmetto (1998).
The Paul Nero recordings began in 1965 with The Big Beat, credited to Paul Nero's Blue Sounds, and ended in 1970 with Tops for Dancing. Somewhere along the way the "Blue" was dropped from the group's name. http://guitarsandallthatjazz.blogspot.com.ar/


A1 Comin' Home Baby    2:34   
A2 Route 66    2:06   
A3 Cast Your Fate To The Wind    2:20   
A4 Yeh, Yeh!    1:40   
A5 Careless Love, Baby    2:18   
A6 Twistin' Sculpture    2:15   
B1 Skinny Minny    3:06   
B2 Little Honky Tonk    2:47   
B3 Irish Coffee    2:21   
B4 No Reply    1:58   
B5 Night Train    2:53   
B6 Hi-Life R&B    2:21

Klaus Dlodinger- Tenor Sax
Steffan Dobrcinsky- Tenor, Alto Sax
Sahib Shibab- Bariton Sax
Ingfried Hoffmann- Organ
Attila Zoller- Guitar
Peter Trunk- Bass
Klaus Vorman- Bass Guitar
Gibson Cemp- Drums

Engineer – Peter Kramper
Liner Notes – Siegfried Schmidt-Joos
Photography – Horst Munzig
Producer – Siegfried E. Loch

Label:Philips – 843 729 PY
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Germany
Released: 1965
Genre:Funk / Soul, Jazz
Style:Soul-Jazz, Jazz-Funk, Funk


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