Guest Apperance on the DoCD: Eurovoodoo by Peter Halves and Timo Vaut.
A very interesting project located somewhere between Cuba, a bit of Africa
and the so called western world - wherever that is.
Along with my long time fellow Stefan I recorded a CD with Jazz Standards,
songs we played a lot in the last decades.
CD out now: Herbie Klinger/ Stefan Werni - Standard Time In Living Rooms
More Of Minor - composed and arranged by Herbie Klinger & Hans-Christian Dörrscheidt released on: Jugend Jazz Orchester NRW - Triangle (CD 2014)
Herbie Klinger zu Gast bei Radio Rheinwelle in der Sendung >Latin Boogaloo< von Thomas Parpart: Do 06.11.14 22.00-23.00 Uhr. Interview und Auszüge der neuen CD. www.radio-rheinwelle.de
I picked up the guitar in the early seventies because of rock music,
especially because of latin-rock. Santana was my favourite Band.
Over the years I learned to play the guitar, but also got interested
in different styles of music. At last I made my way into jazz.
I never really tried to create some latin-rock stuff.
But finally, because I´ve never had the chance to find as many latin-rock albums
as I wanted, I came up with the idea of making one of my own, for myself
and all the other people in the world who would appreciate a new album
in that old style. As a german gringo I tried to reincarnate the
sound and feeling of one of the greatest musical styles I´ve ever heard.
The result is: >Sala Mi Wanida<
recorded over the last years with the collaboration of local musicians.
Buy >Sala Mi Wanida< at Amazon:
Or buy it at Jörg`s CD Forum:
Special guest (on track 9) is Dave Caswell, the english trumpeter,
formerly member of :
Keef Hartley Band - Ashton, Gardner & Dyke - Paice, Ashton & Lord
He was on world tour with The Who 1979/1980,
toured with Rick Wakeman and many others.
This record could not have been realized without my long time buddy
Peter >Pit< Podlasly, with whom I first played some 35 years ago.
He knows a lot about african and latin rhythms and was a great force
in making this recording possible.
In the year 2000 we travelled to Havana (Cuba), where we took some
percussion lessons from local musicians. A few fragments are heard
in the intro and outro of: Mojito de la Habana.
Pit, you`re my: El Rey del Ritmo