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...."



KENT RECORDS 1968                                                   KST534

     Featuring Mighty Mouth Evans & Shuggie Otis –   

track list:

A1         The Signifyin' Monkey        
A2         Country Girl        
A3         I Believe I'll Go Back Home        
A4         High Heel Sneakers        
A5         Sittin' Here All Alone        
B1         C. C. Rider        
B2         You Better Look Out        
B3         Goin' Back To L.A.        
B4         Bye Bye Baby (Until We Meet Again)


PRESTIGE RECORDS 1968                           PRST-7566


Houston Person - tenor saxophone
    Curtis Fuller - trombone
    Pepper Adams - baritone saxophone
    Cedar Walton - piano
    Bob Cranshaw - bass
    Frank Jones - drums

Recorded :March 12, 1968
New York City
Producer, Design, Photography By Don Schlitten
Recorded By – Richard Alderson 

tracks list:

A1 Blue Odyssey
Written-By – Cedar Walton
A2 Holy Land
Written-By – Cedar Walton
A3 I Love You Yes I Do
Written-By – Glover*, Nix*
B1 Funky London
Written-By – Bob Ford, Calvin Massey*
B2 Please Send Me Someone To Love
Written-By – Percy Mayfield
B3 Starrburstt
Written-By – Ellen Starr



     PRESTIGE RECORDS 1964/66                        PR 7567         


   Jack McDuff - organ
    Red Holloway - saxophone (tracks 1 & 2)
    Harold Vick - saxophone (track 3)
    Harold Ousley - saxophone (tracks 4 & 5)
    George Benson - guitar (tracks 1 & 2)
    Eddie Diehl - guitar (track 3)
    Pat Martino - guitar (tracks 4 and 5)
    Joe Dukes - drums

sessions recording:

Red Holloway (ts) Brother Jack McDuff (org) George Benson (g) 
 Joe Dukes (d)
NYC, July, 1964
    Lew's Piece
    Opus De Funk
Harold Vick (ts) Brother Jack McDuff (org) Eddie Diehl (g)
 Joe Dukes (d)
    You'd Be So Easy To Love
Harold Ousley (ts) Red Holloway (ts -2) Brother Jack McDuff (org)
 Pat Martino (g) Joe Dukes (d)
NYC, February, 1966
1.    More
2.    That's When We Thought Of Love

tracks list:

A1 More 6:28
A2 Lew' Piece 8:20
B1 You'd Be So Easy To Love 4:50
B2 That's When We Thought Of Love 4:22
B3 Opus De Funk 6:55



STAX RECORDS 1962                                        LP 701 

 also issued on Atlantic SD 7701

credits and session recording:

Steve Cropper - guitar 
Booker T. Jones - Hammond M3 organ, bass guitar, guitar, keyboards 
Lewie Steinberg - upright bass 
Al Jackson, Jr. - drums

Memphis, TN, August 27, 1962

6433    Rinky-Dink
6434    Twist And Shout
6435    You Can't Sit Down
6436    Comin' Home Baby
6437    A Woman, A Lover, A Friend
6438    I Got A Woman
6439    Stranger On The Shore
6440    Mo' Onions
6441    Lonely Avenue
6442    One Who Really Loves You

same personnel

Memphis, TN, 1962

6295    Green Onions
6296    Behave Yourself

Written-By – Al Jackson* (tracks: A1, A4, A6), 
Booker T. Jones (tracks: A1, A4, A6)
, Lewis Steinberg (tracks: A1, A4, A6), 
Steve Cropper (tracks: A1, A4, A6)

       track list: 

A1        Green Onions    2:45   
A2        Rinky-Dink
Written-By – David Clowney, Paul Winley   
A3        I Got A Woman
Written-By – Ray Charles
A4        Mo' Onions      
A5        Twist And Shout
Written-By – Bert Russell, Phil Medley
A6        Behave Yourself     
B1        Stranger On The Shore
Written-By – Acker Bilk, Robert Mellin
B2        Lonely Avenue
Written-By – Doc Pomus
B3        One Who Really Loves You
Written-By – William Robinson*
B4        I Can't Sit Down
Written-By – Cornell Muldrow, Dee Clark
B5        A Woman, A Lover, A Friend
Written-By – Sid Wyche*
B6        Comin' Home Baby
Written-By – Ben Tucker


EXCELLO RECORDS 1970                               LPS-8014


 Bass - Ronald Twitty
Drums - Jimmy Morgan
Guitar - Johnny Wigiton
Moog and Keyboard instruments - Larry Nichols
Ronald Twitty Plays Lead Guitar on " Son of a Preacher Man"
The Late Wayne Reynolds Plays Bass On 
" What'd Say" and "Raining in My Heart"

Arranged By Larry Nichols
Produced by  Larry Eades
Recording Engineer - Mike Lancaster

tracks list:

A1     Slip Away    
A2     Soul Man    
A3    Midnight Hour    
A4     Chain Of Fools    
A5    Son Of A Preacher Man    
B1     Hold On, I´m Coming    
B2     See Saw    
B3     Drown In My Own Tears    
B4     After Hours    
B5     What´D I Say    
B6     Rainin´ In My Heart

track present on the 
Vogue label LDVS 17256 
in Germany




I am French and proud to be Laic and child of Voltaire, and I have a little message for all on and fanatic of all religions:




ABC RECORDS 1964                                       ABCS-481  


 Recorded at Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, Alabama
engineer: Rick Hall  

tracks list:

A1 You Lied To Your Daddy
Written-By – Ray Whitley
A2 Do I Worry
Written-By – B. Worth*, Stanley Cowan
A3 Close To Me
Written-By – D. Penn*
A4 Standing In
Written-By – J. South*
A5 Riding For A Fall
Written-By – Mae Davis
A6 Laugh It Off
Written-By – Ray Whitley
B1 It's All Right (You're Just In Love)
Written-By – C. & E. Thomas*, C. & E. Thomas*
B2 Got To Get Used To A Broken Heart
Written-By – Ray Whitley
B3 You Might As Well Forget Him
Written-By – Tommy Roe
B4 Dancing Mood
Written-By – Ray Whitley
B5 It's All Right
Written-By – Sam Cooke
B6 What Kind Of Fool (Do You Think I Am)
Written-By – Ray Whitley



TAMLA RECORDS 1965                                             TS-258 

How Sweet It Is to Be Loved by You is the sixth studio album
released by soul music artist Marvin Gaye, released in 1965


 Lead vocals by Marvin Gaye
 Background vocals by Martha and the Vandellas,
The Temptations, The Supremes, The Four Tops and The Andantes
 Instrumentation by The Funk Brothers

Recorded 1964, Hitsville, USA, Detroit, Michigan
track list:

      A1        You're A Wonderful One
Written-By – Holland, Dozier, Holland 2:42   
A2        How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You
Written-By – Holland, Dozier, Holland* 2:57   
A3        Try It Baby
Written-By – Berry Gordy, Jr.* 2:54   
A4        Baby Don't You Do It
Written-By – Holland, Dozier, Holland* 2:33   
A5        Need Your Lovin' (Want You Back)
Written-By – Paul*, Gaye* 2:22   
A6        One Of These Days
Written-By – Wm. Stevenson* 2:56   
B1        No Good Without You
Written-By – Wm. Stevenson* 2:37   
B2        Stepping Closer To Your Heart
Written-By – Fuqua*, Gaye* 2:46   
B3        Need Somebody
Written-By – Wm. Stevenson* 2:50   
B4        Me And My Lonely Room
Written-By – Norman Whitfield 2:50   
B5        Now That You've Won Me
Written-By – Wm. Stevenson* 2:33   
B6        Forever
Written-By – Holland*, Gorman*, Dozier*



TAMLA  RECORDS 1970                                     TS310    

What's Going On is the eleventh studio album by soul musician
 Marvin Gaye, released May 21, 1971, on the Motown-subsidiary
 label Tamla Records.[1] Recording sessions for the album took
 place in June 1970 and March–May 1971 at Hitsville U.S.A.,
Golden World and United Sound Studios in Detroit and at The
Sound Factory in West Hollywood, California.
What's Going On was the first album on which Motown Records'
 main studio band, the group of session musicians known as
the Funk Brothers, received an official credit.


Alto Saxophone – Angelo Carlisi
Art Direction – Curtis McNair
Artwork [Graphic Supervision] – Tom Schlesinger
Backing Vocals – Andantes, The, Elgie Stover,
 Lem Barney, Mel Farr, Bobby Rodgers*
Baritone Saxophone – Tate Houston
Bass – Bob Babbit*, James Jamerson
Bass [String Bass] – Max Janowsky
Bongos – Earl DeRouen, Eddie Brown*
Celesta [Celeste] – Johnny Griffith
Cello – Edward Korkigian, Italo Babini,
Thaddeus Markiewicz
Conductor, Arranged By – David Van DePitte
Congas – Earl DeRouen, Eddie Brown*
Drums – Chet Forest
Flute – Dayna Hartwick, William Perich
Guitar – Joe Messina, Robert White
Harp – Carole Crosby
Liner Notes – Marvin Gaye
Percussion – Jack Ashford
Piano – Marvin Gaye
Producer – Marvin Gaye
Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Eli Fountain*
Soloist, Tenor Saxophone – William "Wild Bill" Moore
Soprano Saxophone – Larry Nozero
Tambourine – Jack Ashford
Tenor Saxophone – George Benson
Trombone – Carl Raetz
Trumpet – John Trudell*, Maurice Davis
Vibraphone [Vibes] – Jack Brokensha
Viola – David Ireland, Edouard Kesner, Meyer Shapiro,
Nathan Gordon
Violin – Alvin Score, Beatriz Budinszky*,
 Felix Resnick,
 Gordon Staples, James Waring, Lillian Downs,
 Richard Margitza,
 Virginia Halfmann, Zinovi Bistritzky

Recorded    June–September 1970; March–May 1971
Hitsville U.S.A.
Golden World
United Sound Studios
(Detroit, Michigan)
The Sound Factory
(West Hollywood, California)

tracks list:

A1     What's Going On
Written-By – A. Cleveland*, M. Gaye*, R. Benson* 3:51   
A2     What's Happening Brother
Written-By – J. Nyx*, M. Gaye* 2:57   
A3     Flyin' High (In The Friendly Sky)
Written-By – M. Gaye* 3:40   
A4     Save The Children
Written-By – A. Cleveland*, M. Gaye*, R. Benson* 3:04   
A5     God Is Love
Written-By – A. Gaye*, E. Stover*, J. Nyx*, M. Gaye* 2:31   
A6     Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)
Written-By – M. Gaye* 3:05   
B1     Right On
Written-By – E. Derouen*, M. Gaye* 7:20   
B2     Wholy Holy
Written-By – A. Cleveland*, M. Gaye*, R. Benson* 3:20   
B3     Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)
Written-By – J. Nyx*, M. Gaye* 5:16