Kasper Winding: Kick (1980)

Finally! It all started with this Danish album, plus the Sneakers debut album from the same year, 1980. 32 years later, in January of 2012, I finally managed to score a near-mint copy off a German eBay seller to almost complete the collection of Danish music I came to love way back then.

I already had the English version of this LP, which I had (accidentally) bought ages ago at some flea market, but it just didn’t compare to the original.

This year, I plan on getting this LP, the two Buzstop and the first V6 LPs (all of which were never released on CD) ripped and transferred to lossless FLAC by someone with a high-end rig, someone I have already located through Germany’s biggest audiophile forum.

Well, here it is then, the last one that was still missing from my (Danish pop/rock) collection.
Yippee ki-yay!


Kasper Winding. Kick. CBS Records ApS 84230, 1980.

Michael Elo: sang, kor, håndklap; Kasper Winding: sang, kor, trommer, percussion, flygel, håndklap, stemme, Fender Rhodes Piano, bas, Oberheim 6 Voice synth., Wurlitzer piano; Kenneth Knudsen: Roland Jupiter synth., Mini Moog, Roland System 100 synth., Poly Moog, Roland Por Mars bas; Bobby Malach: tenor sax; Kim Sagild: guitar, mandolin, håndklap; Finn Gustafsson: guitar; Ray Gomez: guitar. slide guitar; Bo Stief: bas; Aske Bentzon: Lyricon; Morten Kærså: Fender Rhodes Piano.

Produceret af: Kasper Winding & Henrik Lund; Lydteknik: Henrik Lund; Indspillet i: Easy Sound Recording januar, februar og marts 1980; Front cover design: Torkild Gudnason & Peter Åstrøm (New York); Cover foto: Torkild Gudnason; Innersleeve design: Kasper Winding & Peter Bundgaard; Innersleeve foto: Pia Tryde (foto Bobby Malach: Torkild Gudnason); Skåret af: Peter Dahl, Europafilm, Stockholm.

Side A:
01 – Chok (3:31)
02 – Daisie (5:04)
03 – Sneblind (5:23)
04 – I Det Ene Sekund (4:46)

Side B:
01 – Lizzi Du Gør Mig Dizzi (3:42)
02 – Tag Nu Og Ring (3:36)
03 – Udspillet (4:37)
04 – Efter Programmet (4:02)
05 – Mig Og ? (3:09)



Note: The inside scans are my own, the cover I downloaded and fixed up, somewhat. You might also be interested in my series (it’s only one post as of now) on Danish music that I have been working on over  in the living.with.music section of my site, starting with the initial post entitled “A musical life in Denmark of the 1970s, 80s and 90s“.

Posted by Volkher Hofmann

Volkher Hofmann (deus62) has been blogging on and off since the 1990s and deus62.com is all that is left. He loves music, literature, drumming and, most of all, real life. He thinks the open web is much more important than social networks, closed-in ecosystems and other severely commercialized online endeavors.

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