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File under: GroovesSoul-Jazz

Volker Kriegel

With A Little Help From My Friends (LP)

Label: Cinedelic

Format: LP

Genre: Jazz

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Super Tip! 400 copies, black vinyl. 1968 was a crucial year for Volker Kriegel's career, as he released "With A Little Help From My Friends," his first solo album, and signed with American vibraphonist Dave Pike, joining what would quickly emerge as one of the most popular and influential jazz fusion combos. This precious document reissued for the first time by Cinedelic Jazz with bonus tracks highlights all his qualities that enabled him to become one of the most acclaimed and innovative guitarists in European jazz. The original album included two recording sessions; Side A in Cologne and Side B in Frankfurt, with different performers. Side A as a trio with double bass and drums, and on the other with the addition of vibraphonist Claudio Szenkar.

The covers performed are the two by Lennon-McCartney 'With A Little Help From My Friends' and 'Norwegian Wood’, and the traditional Brazilian 'Nãnã Imborô'. Added to the original album are four previously unreleased tracks of great depth recorded at the Deutsches Jazz Festival in Frankfurt in 1968: "Teaming Up" and "Vian-De" by Kriegel himself, "Spanish Soul" by Szenkar and "Nina's Dance" lasting over 9 minutes and featuring Tony Scott on Clarinet and Gustl Mayr on Tenor Sax.


File under: GroovesSoul-Jazz
Cat. number: CNLP70
Year: 2023
A5 / A6 / A7 / B4 are BONUS TRACKS Tracks A1 to A4 and B1 to B3 originally released on LP (Liberty LBS 83065) in 1968. Tracks A5 to A7 and B4 previously unreleased. Tracks A1 to A4 recorded in Köln, Germany, 1968. Tracks A5 to A7 and B1 to B4 recorded at 11. Deutsches Jazz Festival in Frankfurt, 1968

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