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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...."

2015-08-30

DUKE PEARSON WAHOO!

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1964                          BLP 4191


 Wahoo! is an album by American pianist and arranger 
Duke Pearson, featuring performances recorded in 
1964 and released on the Blue Note label in 1965. 

credits:

Duke Pearson - piano
    Donald Byrd - trumpet (all tracks except #3)
    James Spaulding - alto saxophone, flute (all tracks except #3)
    Joe Henderson - tenor saxophone (all tracks except #3)
    Bob Cranshaw - bass
    Mickey Roker - drums

Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio,
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on November 24, 1964

tracks list:

 A1 Amanda    
A2 Bedouin    
A3 Farewell Machelle    
B1 Wahoo    
B2 ESP (Extrasensory Perception)    
B3 Fly Little Bird Fly


 

2015-08-29

THE THREE SOUNDS LIVE AT THE LIGHTHOUSE

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1967                    BST 84265

credits:

Bass – Andrew Simpkins
Drums – Donald Bailey
Organ – Gene Harris
Piano – Gene Harris

recorded at:
"Lighthouse Club", Hermosa Beach, CA, June 9 & 10, 1967

tracks listings

A1 Still I'm Sad    2:36   
A2 Crying Time    2:27   
A3 June Night (Just Give Me A June Night, The Moonlight And You)   
A4 I Thought About You    5:50   
B1 I Held My Head In Shame    2:48   
B2 Summertime    4:50   
B3 Makin' Bread Again    3:38   
B4 Here's That Rainy Day    3:20   
B5 Blues March

not live at "Lighthouse Club", Hermosa Beach, CA, June 10, 1967
Crying Time
I Held My Head In Shame

  Makin' Bread Again  


bonus on cd reissue in 2000

10 takin' it easy
11 drown in my own tears
12 why (am i treated so bad)
13 never say yes
14 river shallow
15 sunny
16 bad bad whiskey
17 c james blues

2015-08-28

THE JAZZ CRUSADERS TOUGH TALK

 
 PACIFIC JAZZ RECORDS 1963                                PJ-68  


credits :

Wayne Henderson (trombone)
Wilton Felder (tenor saxophone)
Joe Sample (piano, harpsichord)
Stix Hooper (drums)
Bobby Haynes (bass)

Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, 
February 13 and 19, 1963


tracks listing:

  A1 Deacon Brown   
A2 Turkish Black   
A3 Brahm's Lullaby
Arranged By – Joe Sample   
A4 Boopie   
B1 Tough Talk   
B2 No Name Samba   
B3 Lazy Canary   
B4 Lonely Horn   
B5 Brother Bernard



THE JAZZ CRUSADERS POWERHOUSE



PACIFIC JAZZ RECORDS 1968                         ST 20136


Powerhouse is a 1969 album by The Jazz Crusaders. 
It was their fourteenth album produced by Richard Bock 
for World Pacific Jazz Records. It was the first album 
in which Joe Sample played on the Fender Rhodes 
and according Thom Jurek in his All Music review,
 would mark a turning point for the band.

credits:

Wayne Henderson - Trombone
Wilton Felder - Saxophone
Joe Sample - Keyboards
Stix Hooper - Drums
Charles "Buster" Williams - Bass

on A4,A5,B3
joe sample - electric piano
Arthur Adams Guitar

Richard Bock - Producer and liner notes
Thorne Nogar - Engineer
Woody Woodward - Art Direction

Recorded: July 9-10-11, 1968
Pacific Jazz Studios, LA,
tracks list:

A1 Promises, Promises 6:13
A2 Love And Peace 3:20
A3 Hey Jude 
Written-By – John Lennon, Paul McCartney 3:17
A4 Sting Ray 3:24
A5 Fancy Dance 4:25
B1 Love Is Blue (L'Amour Est Bleu) 4:35
B2 Cookie Man 5:35
B3 Upstairs 3:12
B4 Fire Water 6:23




2015-08-27

ANNA KING BACK TO SOUL

SMASH RECORDS 1964                            SRS 67059 



credits:
     James Brown: Audio Production Bobby Byrd: Vocals
          Clive Richardson: Liner Notes, Compilation Produce     
  
track list:

A1        Make Up Your Mind    2:46   
A2        Come On Home    2:14   
A3        Sittin' In The Dark    2:13   
A4        That's When I Cry    2:18   
A5        I Found You    2:25   
A6        I Don't Want To Cry    2:37   
B1        If Somebody Told You    2:55   
B2        Night Time Is The Right Time    3:11   
B3        Tennessee Waltz    3:02   
B4        Come And Get These Memories    2:23   
B5        If You Don't Think    1:54   
B6        Baby, Baby, Baby   




JAMES BROWN I GOT THE FEELIN'

   KING RECORDS 1968                                        KS-1031   
 

credits

Producer – James Brown
    Recorded By [Audio] – Ron Lenhoff
    Written-By – Bud Hobgood (tracks: A2, A4 to A6, B2, B3, B5, B6),
     James Brown (tracks: A1 to A6, B2 to B6)


tracks list:
A1 I Got The Feelin'        
A2 Maybe I'll Understand (Part 1)
    Written-By – R. Lenhoff*   
A3 You've Got The Power
    Written-By – J. Terry*        
A4 Maybe Good - Maybe Bad (Part 1)        
A5 Shhhhhhh (For A Little While)        
A6 Just Plain Funk
    Written-By – T. Seals*        
B1 If I Ruled The World
    Written-By – Ornadel*, Bricusse*    
B2 Maybe I'll Understand (Part 2)
    Written-By – R. Lenhoff*
B3 Stone The Fox        
B4 It Won't Be Me
    Written-By – A. Ellis*    
B5 Maybe Good - Maybe Bad (Part 2)        
B6 Here I Go
    Written By – D. Lewis






         

MARVA WHITNEY IT'S MY THING

KING RECORDS 1969                                         KSD 1069  


credits:

Audio  Dave Harrison, Ron Linhoff
Producer – James Brown
Production Manager – Bud Hobgood



track list:

A1 It's My Thing (Part 1)
Written-By – Isley Bros.*   
A2 It's My Thing (Part 2)
Written-By – Isley Bros.*
A3 Things Got To Get Better (Get Together)
Written-By – A. Ellis*, J. Brown*
A4 What Kind Of Man
Written-By – B. Hobgood*, F. Setser*, J. Brown*
A5 If You Love Me
Written-By – B. Hobgood*, J. Brown*, J. Campbell*
A6 In The Middle
Written-By – A. Ellis*, B. Hobgood*
B1 Unwind Yourself
Written-By – C. Spurling*, H. Ballard*
B2 You Got To Have A Job
Written-By – J. Brown*, W. Reed*
B3 I'll Work It Out
Written-By – B. Hobgood*, J. Brown*, J. Crawford*
B4 Get Out Of My Life
Written-By – A. Ellis*, W. Lynn*
B5 I'm Tired, I'm Tired, I'm Tired
Written-By – J. Brown*
B6 Shades Of Brown
Written-By – B. Hobgood*




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2015-08-26

JAMES BROWN PLAYS NOTHING BUT SOUL

KING RECORDS 1968                                    LP 1034 


James Brown Plays Nothing But Soul 
is the 24th studio album  by James Brown. 
the album was released in August 1968, by King Records


track list:

A1 Soul With Different Notes 2:59
A2 Go On Now 5:55
A3 Gittin' A Little Hipper 8:10
B1 Fat Soul 9:25
B2 Little Fellow 8:15
B3 Buddy E 4:15





THE SUE RECORDS STORY NEW YORK CITY

 SUE RECORDS/EMI 1994


This four-CD, 100-song set is the best representative 
body of work ever assembled (or ever likely to be assembled) 
of the R&B and soul releases from 
Henry "Juggy Murray" Jones' Sue Records.



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