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. ~ Scott Yanow, Rovi

Klaus Doldinger's Passport - Leverkusener Jazztage 2019
Klaus Doldinger - Das Boot - Main Title
Klaus Doldinger's Passport • Schirokko (1973)
Das boot - Klaus Doldinger Soundtrack[HD]
Jazz oder nie! Klaus Doldinger und Passport Live
Passport (feat. Klaus Doldinger) - Uranus (1971)
Klaus Doldinger ‎– The Ambassador (1969) [vinyl]
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