Tuesday, November 11, 2014

ROLF KÜHN JAZZGROUP – Devil In Paradise (LP-1971)



Label: MPS Records/ BASF – 2021078-2
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album / Country: Germany / Released: 1971
Style: Free Jazz, Fusion
Recorded at the Cornet-Studios, Cologne, 20 & 21 June 1971.
Producer By – Klaus Lorenzen
Engineer By – Wolfganf  Hirschmann
Cover Design By – H. Matthies

A1 - Diathyaminoathyl . . . . . 6:56
         (Composed By – Wolfgang Dauner)
A2 - Devil In Paradise . . . . . 6:45
         (Composed By – Joachim Kühn, Rolf Jürgensen, Rolf Kühn)
A3 - More, More, More And More . . . . . 5:25
         (Composed By – Rolf Kühn)
B1 - Wind In The Willows . . . . . 12:07
         (Composed By – Rolf Kühn)
B2 - Clowny . . . . . 6:50
         (Composed By – Albert Mangelsdorff)

Rolf Kühn – clarinet
Alan Skidmore – tenor saxophone
Wolfgang Dauner – electric piano
Joachim Kühn – piano
Albert Mangelsdorff – trombone
Eberhard Weber – bass
Tony Oxley – drums, percussion


When you read the names of the musicians in this unusual band, everything will be clear why I have this album here, now.

ROLF KÜHN JAZZGROUP / Devil In Paradise, five exceptional tracks, great time, and Tony Oxley, Tony is simply divine.


Also, I recommend that you find:

Rolf  Kühn Septet / Going To The Rainbow (LP-1970)
Rolf Kühn (cl), Alan Skidmore (ts), John Surman (bars, ss, el-p), Joachim Kühn (p, org), Chick Corea (el-p), Peter Warren (b), Tony Oxley (d)



If you find it, buy this album!

6 comments:

  1. ROLF KÜHN JAZZGROUP – Devil In Paradise (LP-1971)
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  2. hell of a lineup! can't wait to hear this. thanks vitko!

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  3. Hey Vitko! The Duet with Akkerman, "I'm not Dreaming" and this by Rolf were all new to me . . . the Duet album is particularly exciting to me as at this time in the late 70's I was a huge Akkerman fan and still am. Many thanks for these listens!!!

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  4. One of the truly engaging albums on MPS. Thanks, Vitko!

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  5. This is an excellent pairing with "Going to the Rainbow"! This share is much appreciated.

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