Saturday, January 19, 2008

Artist: Klaus Doldinger
Label: Liberty Records (LBS 83 317/18 X)
Year of Release: 1969
Album Title: The Ambassador

Stand out Track(s): Brazilian Thoroughfare


Anonymous said...

That was the last good album by Doldinger. Never released on CD (and neither was Blues Happening). I have the 2 LPs but they sure show their age. I also like Doldinger's version of Scarborough Fair on this album.

I guess Ingfried Hoffmann on piano and his sidemen back then made it all happen. I don't think any of Doldinger's Passport stuff lived up to these recordings.

January 12, 2008

Killer Groove Music Library said...

Hi Otto,

Gotta say I agree with you 100%. I think I'll repost this LP and my standout track as it is up there in my top 10.



-Otto- said...

Thanks for the re-post of this Doldinger album. As a bonus there happens to be a link to Saragossa from his '68 Album Blues Happening. Here it is:

Saragossa.mp3 - 9.40MB

-Otto- said...
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phil said...

Total fan of Doldinger , unfortunately dont have this album
You can pick up a track from him at my blog. In fact Killer Groove we run blogs with a similar concept however I restrict mine to one genre of music ...come visit :)

Eastern Eye

Anonymous said...

OMG. Doldinger The Ambassador!

This is another key track from my wants list. We must have listened to the same radio stations, gone to the same clubs in our younger days

Christopher (SW11)

Killer Groove Music Library said...

Hey Chris,

Where did you hang out, clubs etc and what era, radio stations etc. London by the looks of the postcode, so probably same as me.


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