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...."



DECCA RECORDS 1964                              DL 74548

This is the first set of recordings but second release by
 St. Louis group QTB (see discog info below). Often compared
 to the Ramsey Lewis/Young-Holt Trio, Billy Larkin and the Delegates,
 Odell Brown & the Organ-izers, The Three Sounds, etc.


Jeter Thompson - Piano
Richard Simmons - Bass
Albert St. James - Drums
Percy James - Percussion

Produced by Norman Wienstroer  

tracks list:

A1 Kilimanjaro (Jeter Thompson) 6:22    
A2 I Left My Heart In San Francisco (George Cory) 2:22
A3 Secretly (Georges Garvarentz, Marcel Stellman) 3:05
A4 I Didn't Know What Time It Was (Richard Rodgers - Lorenz Hart) 4:39
B1 My Favourite Things (Richard Rodgers - Oscar Hammerstein II) 5:05
B2 My One And Only Love (Guy Wood, Robert Mellin) 3:28
B3 Ramblin' Rose (Joe Sherman, Noel Sherman) 2:32
B4 You Came A Long Way From St. Louis (Bob Russell, John B. Brooks) 4:52



CAPITOL RECORDS 1965                                 ST 2203 

 Domination is an album by jazz saxophonist Cannonball Adderley
released on the Capitol label featuring performances of
 by Adderley with an orchestra conducted by Oliver Nelson


 Cannonball Adderley - alto saxophone
    Nat Adderley - cornet, trumpet
    Jimmy Maxwell, Jimmy Nottingham, Clark Terry, Snooky Young - trumpet (tracks 1-8)
    Jimmy Cleveland, Willie Dennis, Jay Jay Johnson - trombone (tracks 1-8)
    Don Butterfield - tuba (tracks 1-8)
    Marshal Royal, Phil Woods - alto saxophone (tracks 1-8)
    Budd Johnson - tenor saxophone, clarinet, flute (tracks 1-8)
    Bob Ashton - tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, flute (tracks 1-8)
    Danny Bank - baritone saxophone, bass clarinet, flute (tracks 1-8)
    Joe Zawinul - piano, electric piano
    Richard Davis (tracks 1, 2, 7 & 8), Sam Jones (tracks 3-6),  - bass
    Grady Tate (tracks 1, 2, 7 & 8), Louis Hayes (tracks 3-6),  - drums
    Unidentified percussion (tracks 3, 4 & 6)
  Oliver Nelson (tracks 1-8) - conductor, arranger

Recorded at Capitol Studios in New York City, NY on April 26, 1965


 A1     Domination     3:32
A2     Cyclops     4:32
A3     Introduction To A Samba     5:05
A4     Shake A Lady     2:53
B1     Interlude     4:46
B2     Mystified     3:41
B3     I Worship You     6:13
B4     Gon Gong     3:28

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PHILIPS RECORDS 1968                         LP  849 002       

track list:

A1 Voodoo 2:45    
A2 The Dream 2:55    
A3 Mojo 3:02    
A4 The Magic Words 1:50    
A5 Love 2:43    
A6 Grazing In The Grass 2:30    
B1 Sookie Sookie 2:22    
B2 Burning Desire 2:08    
B3 There I Go And Then     2:00    
B4 Huk     1:47    
B5 Strange World 2:40    
B6 Hitch It To The Horse 3:15


SOUL SOUNDS RECORDS 1967                       LP 30.556  

 Rare Popcorn album of Davy Jones without "The Voodoo Funk machine",
 but with the group "Pocomania" that will become "Het".
 This album was recorded live in an Amsterdam Club "the Lucky Star"
 in 1967. This one includes the great Soul jazz dancer "Soul Samba".
 Exist only Holland issue.

 tracks list:

A1 Tell The Truth
Written-By – Ray Charles
A2 Early In The Morning
Written-By – Bartley*, Hickman*, Jordan
A3 Wade In The Water (Instr.)
Arranged By – Davy Jones (4)Written-By – Trad.
A4 The Riddle Song
Arranged By – Davy Jones (4)Written-By – Trad.
A5 Hound Dog
Written-By – Otis*, Leiber - Stoller
A6 Tobacco Road
Written-By – John D. Loudermilk
B1 The Night Time Is The Right Time
Written-By – Herman*, Brown*, Cadena*
B2 A Change Is Gonna Come
Written-By – Sam Cooke
B3 Soul Samba (Instr.)
Written-By – Adderley
B4 Watch Your Step
Written-By – Bobby Parker
B5 Turn On You Lovelight
Written-By – Malone*, Scott*



SUSSEX RECORDS 1972                           SXBS 7014


   Bill Withers - guitar, piano, vocals
    Bobbye Hall - percussion
    Benorce Blackmon - guitar
    Melvin Dunlap - bass
    James Gadson - drums, percussion
    Raymond Jackson - piano, clavinet, electric piano,
 horn & string arrangement

Recorded at:
The Record Plant, Los Angeles, CA
Engineer – Bob Hughes, Phil Sheer

tracks list:

 A1     Lonely Town, Lonely Street     3:43
A2     Let Me In Your Life     2:39
A3     Who Is He (And What Is He To You)?
Lyrics By – Stan McKenny*Music By – Bill Withers 3:12
A4     Use Me     3:46
A5     Lean On Me
Piano – Bill Withers 4:17
B1     Kissing My Love     3:49
B2     I Don't Know     3:05
B3     Another Day To Run
Lyrics By – Bill WithersMusic By – Benorce Blackman 4:38
B4     I Don't Want You On My Mind     4:35
B5     Take It All In And Check It All Out     2:40


hello everyone here the references of singles "blue beat record" I'm missing

any help would be appreciated

160a - 166b - 172b
201a - 201b -202b - 205b - 208a - 208b - 217a - 217b - 221a - 223a - 223b
226a - 230b - 236b - 237a - 246a - 246b
253a - 260a - 260b
280b - 288a
300b - 304a - 304b - 308a - 308b - 310a - 310b - 312a - 312b - 317b - 323a - 323 b
326a - 328a - 344a - 344b - 347b
351a - 353a - 353b - 354b - 360a - 360b - 363b - 365a - 366b - 368a - 368b
383b - 392a - 392b - 394a - 394b - 395b - 396a - 396b - 397a - 397b - 399a - 399b - 401a- 401b -  404a to 423b

 many thanks
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COLUMBIA RECORDS 1977                              JC 34903


  Bill Withers – Vocals (tracks 1-4, 6-9, Lead- 5),
 Guitar (track 2), Keyboards
    Clarence McDonald (tracks 1, 4, 6-7, 9),
 Clifford Coulter (5, solo-8), Dean Grant  – Keyboards
    Ray Parker, Jr. (tracks 1, 4-7) – Guitar
    Jerry Knight (tracks 1, 4, 6), Keni Burke (2-3, 5, 7-9) – Bass
    Russ Kunkel (track 1) – Shaker
    Ralph MacDonald (tracks 1-4, 6-9) – Percussion
    Alvin Taylor (tracks 3-6), Russ Kunkel (1-2, 7-9) – Drums
    Mike Jones (track 6), Clifford Coulter (8) – Synthesizer
    Charles Veal (tracks 1-4, 6-9) – Concert master
    Pat Hodges (track 5), Denita James (5), Jessica Smith (5) – Background vocals

1977 The Record Plant, Los Angeles, California
A&R Studios, New York City, New York
Engineer – Bob Merritt
Engineer [Assistant] – Phil Jantaas 


A1     Lovely Day
A2     I Want To Spend The Night
A3     Lovely Night For Dancing
A4     Then You Smile At Me
B1     She Wants To (Get On Down)
B2     It Ain't Because Of Me Baby
B3     Tender Things
B4     Wintertime
B5     Let Me Be The One You Need



SUSSEX RECORDS 1971                              SXBS-7006 


 Bill Withers – guitar, vocals
    Stephen Stills – guitar
    Chris Ethridge - bass
    Jim Keltner – drums
    Booker T. Jones – guitar, keyboards
    Bobbye Hall Porter – percussion
    Donald "Duck" Dunn - bass
    Al Jackson, Jr. – drums
Booker T. Jones produced, arranged,
and played keyboards on Just As I Am

Recorded in  1971 at Sunset Sound
and Wally Heider Studios
(Hollywood, California)
engineer [Sunset Sound] – Bill Lazerus
Engineer [Wally Heider] – Bill Halverson

tracks list:

 A1     Harlem     3:23
A2     Ain't No Sunshine     2:04
A3     Grandma's Hands     2:00
A4     Sweet Wanomi     2:30
A5     Everybody's Talkin' 3:21
A6     Do It Good     2:52
B1     Hope She'll Be Happier     3:48
B2     Let It Be 2:37
B3     I'm Her Daddy     3:19
B4     In My Heart     4:19
B5     Moanin' And Groanin'     2:57
B6     Better Off Dead     2:13