The first plate. In music it is certainly a jazz progressive - alive, beautiful and clever, demonstrating the beautiful musicianship of performers, even some kind of showiness (in a good sense of the word) with the possession of instruments. Tenor and soprano saxes, electro bass, organ and percussion with percussion. Placers of fast keyboards, saxophone shootout and joint soloing of the Saxons and organ - this is the basis of this record. Made completely in the key of Teutonic jazz-rock. I liked the record, although in terms of progressive it is certainly not as chic as the second……..
Bass – Dieter Von Goetze Drums, Percussion – Kurt Bong Organ – Klaus Göbel Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Gustl Mayr