Al Kooper

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Al Kooper (born Alan Peter Kuperschmidt February 5, 1944, Brooklyn, New York) is an American songwriter, producer and musician, probably best known for organizing the group Blood, Sweat & Tears, though he didn't stay with the group long enough to share its popularity. His first musical success was as a 14-year-old guitarist in the Royal Teens, best known for their novelty blues riff, "Short Shorts". In 1960, he joined the song-writing team of Bob Brass and Irwin Levine, who wrote the hit, "This Diamond Ring", for Gary Lewis and the Playboys. Read more on Last.fm

Al Kooper
White Chocolate
Album (2008)
Al Kooper
Black Coffee
Album (2005)
Al Kooper
New York City (You're a Woman)
Album (2004)
Al Kooper
A Possible Projection of the Future / Childhoods End
Album (2003)
Al Kooper
A Possible Projection of the Future/Childhoods End
Album (2003)
Al Kooper
Rekooperation
Album (1994)
Al Kooper
Championship Wrestling
Album (1982)
Al Kooper
Act Like Nothing's Wrong
Album (1976)
Al Kooper
Naked Songs
Album (1972)
Al Kooper
Easy Does It
Album (1970)
Al Kooper
You Never Know Who Your Friends Are
Album (1969)
Al Kooper
Kooper Session: Al Kooper Introduces Shuggie Otis
Album (1969)
Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper & Stephen Stills
Super Session
Album (1968)
Al Kooper
I Stand Alone
Album (1968)