Kooper Session: Super Session, Vol. 2

Kooper Session: Super Session, Vol. 2

by Al Kooper

CD(German Import)

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Product Details

Release Date: 05/15/2007
Label: Repertoire
UPC: 4009910233627
catalogNumber: 2336
Rank: 38173

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Kooper   Primary Artist,Organ,Guitar,Piano,Keyboards,Vocals,Ondioline,Guitar (Baritone)
Shuggie Otis   Bass,Guitar,Vocals,Guitar (Baritone)
Hilda Harris   Vocals
Melvin Jernigan   Wind
Wells Kelly   Drums
Mark "Moogy" Klingman   Piano,Keyboards
Albertine Robinson   Vocals
Valerie Simpson   Vocals
Stu Woods   Bass
Harris Singers Robinson   Vocals,Track Performer

Technical Credits

Kooper   Composer,Producer,Sleeve Notes
Alan Price   Composer
Doug Pomeroy   Engineer
Alan Robinson   Liner Notes
Roy Segal   Engineer
Sandy Speiser   Cover Photo
Lloyd Ziff   Artwork,Cover Design
Chris Welch   Liner Notes

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Kooper Session: Super Session, Vol. 2 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Al Kooper was sinking fast as a newly appointed A&amp R at Columbia, until he allowed his blues instinct to do the walking. In the effort to absorb an album deadline with a jam session starring Mike Bloomfield, out came &quot Super Session&quot , the blues-rock stamp of the late 60's. No way to do that trick twice, but a close follow-up was a little sleeper for the label called &quot Kooper Session&quot , spotlighting teen Shuggie Otis, and some of Kooper's tightest work over his term of CBS office. The long jams are wonderful, but check out their cover of Double Or Nothing...gorgeous adaptation of Booker T &amp the MG's
Guest More than 1 year ago
THIS MONUMENTAL ALBUM FROM 1969 BRINGS TOGETHER THE ENORMOUS TALENTS OF AL KOOPER AND SHUGGIE OTIS. I HAVE THIS ALBUM RECORDED ON TO THE OLD REEL TO REEL AUDIO AND LISTEN TO IT QUITE REGULARLY. I STRONGLY RECOMMEND IT AS IT IS VERY MUCH ROOTED INTO THE BLUES AND IS STRONG FROM START TO FINISH. THE ALBUM IS VERY SHORT BUT THAT IS MADE UP FOR BY THE MONSTEROUS FINALLY OF ''THE SLOW GOONBASH BLUES''. FIVE STARS WITHOUT A DOUBT. DON'T WASTE ANOTHER DAY WITHOUT THIS ALBUM!