Passport - Infinity Machine album flac
- Bass, Guitar, Effects [Harmonizer] – Wolfgang Schmid
- Composed By, Producer, Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Synthesizer [Moog], Voice, Keyboards – Klaus Doldinger
- Design – Wandrey's Studio
- Drums, Percussion – Curt Cress
- Engineer – Dieter Dierks, Mal Luker
- Keyboards, Synthesizer [Synthi] – Kristian Schultze
NotesOriginally released in 1976.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 664140013223
|ATL 50.254, ATL 50 254||Passport||Infinity Machine (LP, Album)||Atlantic, Atlantic||ATL 50.254, ATL 50 254||Germany||1976|
|SD 36-132||Passport||Infinity Machine (LP, Album)||ATCO Records||SD 36-132||US||1976|
|SD 36-132||Passport||Infinity Machine (LP, Album, RE)||ATCO Records||SD 36-132||US||Unknown|
|50 254||Passport||Infinity Machine (LP, Album)||Atlantic||50 254||France||1976|
|2292-44146-2||Passport||Infinity Machine (CD, Album, RE)||Atlantic||2292-44146-2||Germany||1997|
Label: Atlantic Country: Germany Released: 1976 Genre: Jazz, Rock. Style: Fusion, Jazz-Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock.
Passport (2) – Infinity Machine. Label: ATCO Records – SD 36-132.
Klaus Doldinger, Passport. CD - WEA International
Album Name Infinity Machine. Data de lançamento 1976. Labels Atlantic Records Atco Victor Entertainment. Estilo de MúsicaJazz Rock. Membros têm este álbum1.
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PASSPORT released INFINITY MACHINE, in 1976. Infinity Machine sounds more like the Passport albums that preceded it than Iguacu while bridging the bands transition in style. The song Morning Sun in particular contains both the classic-Passport and later Passport attributes in a single song. It is delightful and alone it is worth the price of admission. It is a big step above the opening track Ju-Ju which is a pleasent enough but undistinguished piece of 70's jazz-rock
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PASSPORT was at the height of their popularity in 1976, playing a blend of cosmopolitan fusion that owed little to the traditional Jazz-Rock style pioneered by MILES DAVIS or JOHN McLAUGHLIN. The music leaned more in an easy listening Prog-Jazz direction, with a silver lining of Space Rock and a healthy dose of boilerplate mid '70s Funk. The funkiness is front and center on the signature track here, the album opener "Ju-Ju-Man": one of those definitive 1970s dance hits, and likely familiar to even the most casual listener (although I doubt very many people recognized it at the time as coming from a German band). With Infinity Machine Passport gets very close to falling apart entirely, but there's still some traces of their potential.
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