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read an article on a post Bob Stanley on Guardian

"In the summer, the scene would move en masse to Ostend, Belgium's equivalent to Blackpool. DJ Freddy Cousaert played at the Groove, a late night downstairs bar frequented by US marines, tourists and prostitutes – it was Cousaert who later looked after Marvin Gaye during his 80s sejourn in Ostend. The music he played at the Groove included ska, Latin jazz and even Broadway songs such as Stranger in Paradise, or Whatever Lola Wants from Damn Yankees...."

2014-09-02

THE DUDLEY MOORE TRIO TODAY

ATLANTIC RECORDS 1971                            SD 1000

credits:

Dudley Moore - Piano
Peter Morgan - Bass
Chris Karan - Drums

Recorded at United Sounds Pty. Ltd.
Sydney, Australia, September 2, 1971
Sound Engineer: Spencer Lee 


tracks list:

A1     The More I See You    
A2     Waterloo    
A3     Before Love Went Out Of Style    
A4     Look Of Love    
B1     Song For Suzy    
B2     Two For The Road    
B3     Robin's Blues    
B4     Staircase




THE THREE SOUNDS PLAY JAZZ ON BROADWAY

MERCURY RECORDS 1962                               SR 60776 

    

credits:
       
Bill Dowdy  Drums
    Gene Harris Piano, Performer
    Andy Simpkins  Bass
      quincy jones  musical director

recorded in december 14 and 15 1962 in studio
 A of conway recorders , hollywood ca
engineer Bones Howe

tracks list:

A1     The Sweetest Sound        
A2     Gonna Buld A Mountain        
A3     If Ever I Would Leave You        
A4     You Don't Tell Me        
A5     I Believe In You        
B1     What Kind Of Fool        
B2     Someone Nice Like You        
B3     I'll Do Anything        
B4     Clim Ev'ry Mountain        
B5     Who Will Buy?        
B6     As Long As He Needs Me



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zippy

2014-09-01

THE O'JAYS COMIN' TROUGH

IMPERIAL RECORDS 1965                            LP-12290


credits:

 Arranged By – Harold Battiste (tracks: A3)
    Arranged By – Nick DeCaro
    Conductor – Nick De Caro
  
Producer – Nick De Caro* (tracks: B1 to B6),
Tommy LiPuma (tracks: A1 to A6)
Engineer – "Lanky" Linstrot

tracks list:

A1     Whip It On Me Baby    
A2     Think It Over Baby    
A3     Lipstick Traces    
A4     Let It All Out    
A5     I Cried My Last Tear    
A6     I'm Gonna Make It    
B1     Lonely Drifter    
B2     Stand Tall    
B3     Oh How You Hurt Me    
B4     The Storm Is Over    
B5     Girl Machine    
B6     Time Is On My Side



2014-08-31

THE THREE SOUNDS FEELIN' GOOD

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1960                         BST 84072

credits:

Gene Harris - piano, celeste
Andrew Simpkins - bass
Bill Dowdy - drums

Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
June 28, 1960
Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs

tracks list:

A1     When I Fall In Love    
A2     Parker's Pad    
A3     Blues After Dark    
A4     I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good    
B1     Straight No Chaser    
B2     I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart    
B3     It Could Happen To You    
B4     Two Bass Hit




2014-08-29

ETTA JONES LOVE SHOUT

PRESTIGE RECORDS 19623                           PR 7272

credits:

Etta Jones - vocals
Jerome Richardson - tenor saxophone, flute (tracks 4-6)
Kenny Cox - piano (tracks 1-3 & 7-10)
Ernie Hayes (tracks 4-6), Larry Young (tracks 1-3 & 7-10) - organ
Kenny Burrell, Bucky Pizzarelli (tracks 4-6) - guitar
Sam Bruno (tracks 4-6), Peck Morrison (tracks 1-3),
George Tucker (tracks 7-9) - bass
Bobby Donaldson (tracks 4-6), Oliver Jackson (tracks 1-3),
Jimmie Smith (tracks 7-10) - drums


Recorded     November 28, 1962 and February 4 & 12, 1963
Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

tracks list:

A1     Love Walked In    
A2     It's Magic    
A3     Like Someone In Love    
A4     A Gal From Joe's    
A5     Hi Lili Hi Hoe    
B1     If I Loved You    
B2     There Are Such Things    
B3     Someday My Prince Will Come    
B4     Old Folks    
B5     Some Enchanted Evening



2014-08-28

STEVE ALLEN AND TERRY GIBBS RHYTHM AND BLUES

DOT RECORDS 1966                             DLP-3683/25683

credits:

production Randy Wood

tracks list:

01 Song For My Father
02 Watermelon Man
03 Let Go, Sloopy
04 Cloudy Monday Blues
05 Soul Stuff
06 Boss Groove
07 Wama Lama
08 Scat



2014-08-27

THE MAR-KEYS & BOOKER T AND THE MG'S BACK TO BACK

STAX RECORDS 1967                                            S 720


credits and session recording:

Booker T. Jones (org) Steve Cropper (g)
Donald "Duck" Dunn (el-b)Al Jackson (d) 

Recorded live at:
"L'Olympia", Paris, France, March, 1967

12552    Green Onions
12553    Red Beans And Rice
12554    Tic-Tac-Toe
12555    Hip Hug-Her
12556    Gimme Some Lovin'
12557    Booker-Loo
12558    Outrage

add Wayne Jackson (tp) Joe Arnold, Andrew Love (ts)
same location, date

12559    Philly Dog
12560    Grab This Thing
12561    Last Night

track list:

A1    Booker T & The MG's –    Green Onions    4:12   
A2    Booker T & The MG's –    Red Beans And Rice    1:55   
A3    Booker T & The MG's –    Tic-Tac-Toe    2:35   
A4    Booker T & The MG's –    Hip Hug-Her    2:51   
A5    Mar-Keys, The –    Philly Dog    2:55   
B1    Mar-Keys, The –    Grab This Thing    2:25   
B2    Mar-Keys, The –    Last Night    3:18   
B3    Booker T & The MG's –    Gimme Some Lovin'    2:56   
B4    Booker T & The MG's –    Booker Loo    3:18   
B5    Booker T & The MG's –    Outrage  




BOOKER T and THE MG'S SOUL DRESSING

STAX RECORDS 1962/64                                 LP 705

 released in 1965
also issued on Atlantic SD 7705.

credits and sessions recording
    
Booker T. Jones (org) Steve Cropper (g) 
Lewis Steinberg (el-b) Al Jackson (d)

Memphis, TN, November 12, 1962
6589    Aw' Mercy
6590    Jellybread

same personnel

Memphis, TN, February 11, 1963
6775    Home Grown
6777    Big Train
Wayne Jackson (tp) Charles Axton (ts) Floyd Newman (bars)
Booker T. Jones (org, el-p, tb) Steve Cropper (g) Lewis Steinberg (el-b) 
Al Jackson (d)

Memphis, TN, June 17, 1963

7073    Chinese Checkers
7074    Plum Nellie

Booker T. Jones (org) Steve Cropper (g) Lewis Steinberg (el-b)
Al Jackson (d)

Memphis, TN, January 8, 1964

7529    Tic-Tac-Toe

same personnel
Memphis, TN, June 19, 1964

7992    Soul Dressing

Booker T. Jones (organ) Steve Cropper (guitar)
Lewis Steinberg (electric-bass -1)
Lewis Steinberg or Donald "Duck" Dunn 
(electric-bass -2/4) Al Jackson (drums)

Memphis, TN, November 10, 1964

1. 8318    Can't Be Still
2. 8335    Outrage
3. 8336    Night Owl Walk
4. 8337    Mercy Mercy
      

track list:

A1        Soul Dressing    2:24   
A2        Tic-Tac-Toe    2:30   
A3        Big Train    2:30   
A4        Jellybread    2:27   
A5        Aw' Mercy    2:34   
A6        Outrage    2:31   
B1        Night Owl Walk    3:12   
B2        Chinese Checkers    2:25   
B3        Home Grown    2:39   
B4        Mercy Mercy    2:32   
B5        Plum Nellie    2:03   
B6        Can't Be Still    1:57    




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zippy

THE ARTISTICS I'M GONNA MISS YOU

BRUNSWICK RECORDS 1967                      BL 754123


credits:

Arranged By – Sonny Sanders
    Art Direction – Hal Wilson
    Executive-producer – Paul Tarnopol
    Producer – Carl Davis
    Vocals – Aaron Floyd, Jesse Bolian, Larry Johnson, Tommy Green 

tracks list:

A1     Sweeter Than Sugar
Written-By – Bernard Reed, Daniel Reed , Jesse Bolian
A2     Glad I Met You
Written-By – Barbara Griffin , Daniel Reed , 
Othie Wright, Tommy Green 
A3     There Is No Sadness
Written-By – Jesse Bolian, Larry Johnson
A4     Love Song
Written-By – Carl Davis, Larry Johnson
A5     Hope We Have
Written-By – William E. Butler*, Marvin Smith
A6     I'm Gonna Miss You
Written-By – Jesse Bolian, Larry Johnson*, Marvin Smith
B1     Girl I Need You
Written-By – Barbara Griffin , Daniel Reed , Tommy Green
B2     I'll Always Love You
Written-By – Carl Davis, Jesse Bolian
B3     It's Gonna Be Alright
Written-By – Carl Davis, Larry Johnson*
B4     Why, Why, Why
Written-By – Gerald Sims, Karl Tarleton
B5     You're Wonderful
Written-By – Bernard Reed, Daniel Reed , Gerald Sims
B6     On & On
Written-By – Daniel Reed , Earl Smith, Tommy Green