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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...."

lundi 26 septembre 2011

THE SWEET INSPIRATIONS SWEET INSPIRATIONS

ATLANTIC RECORDS 1967                            SD 8155 


credits :

unknown (tp, tb, ts, bars?, p, org, 2 g, el-b, d)
Cissy Houston (lead vo) Estelle Brown,
Sylvia Shemwell, Myrna Smith (vo)

NYC, April 25, 1967

     12313    Let It Be Me
12314    Why (Am I Treated So Bad)

others replaces unknown (tp, tb, ts, bars?, p, org, 2 g, el-b, d)

NYC, June 7, 1967

12521    Knock On Wood

same personnel

Memphis, TN, August 24, 1967

12937    Reach Out For Me
12939    Do Right Woman-Do Right Man
12940    Here I Am (Take Me)
12941    Don't Let Me Lose This Dream
12942    Blues Stay Away From Me
12943    I'm Blue
12944    Sweet Inspiration
12945    Don't Fight It
12946    Oh! What A Fool I've Been

  Design – Loring Eutemey
Engineer – Chips Moman, Darryl Carter
Photography By – Stephen Paley
Producer – Tom Dowd, Tommy Cogbill
Supervised By – Jerry Wexler


tracks:


A1        Oh! What A Fool I've Been
Written-By – Wallace Pennington*, Darryl Carter, Lindon Dewey Oldham*  
A2        Blues Stay Away From Me
Written-By – Alton Delmore, Henry Glover, Rabon Delmore, Wayne Raney 
A3        Don't Let Me Lose This Dream
Written-By – Aretha Franklin  
A4        Knock On Wood
Written-By – Eddie Floyd, Steve Cropper  
A5        Do Right Woman - Do Right Man
Written-By – Chips Moman, Dan Penn   
A6        Don't Fight It
Written-By – Steve Cropper, Wilson Pickett   
B1        Sweet Inspiration
Written-By – Wallace Pennington*, Lindon Dewey Oldham*  
B2        Let It Be Me
Written-By – Gilbert Becaud*, Mann Curtis, Pierre Delanoe*   
B3        I'm Blue
Written-By – Ike Turner*   
B4        Reach Out For Me
Written-By – Burt Bacharach*, Hal David*  
B5        Here I Am (Take Me)
Written-By – David Porter, Isaac Hayes  
B6        Why (Am I Treated So Bad)
Written-By – Roebuck Staples*
  



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THE DEE FELICE TRIO IN HEAT

BETHLEHEM  RECORDS 1969                     BS-10,000 


credits and sessions recording:
 
Frank Vincent (p) Lee Tucker (el-b) Dee Felice (d) 

Cincinnati, OH, April 25, 1969

K13036    Oh Happy Day    Bethlehem 3095, BCP 10000

same personnel

circa 1969?

K12928    Never   
* Dee Felice - In Heart
* Dee Felice - Neversame session
K12945    All The Time  
K12946    Uncle    -
K12947    There Was A Time    -
* Dee Felice - In Heart


tracks:

A1        Oh Happy Day       
A2        Wichita Lineman       
A3        The Crickets Sing       
A4        Summer In The City       
A5        There Was A Time       
B1        In Heat       
B2        Both Sides Now       
B3        All The Time       
B4        Uncle       
B5        Never


Wichita Lineman





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vendredi 23 septembre 2011

HOUSTON PERSON SOUL DANCE!

PRESTIGE RECORDS 1968                      PR 7621 


credits and session recording:
     
Houston Person (ts) Billy Gardner (org) 
Ivan "Boogaloo Joe" Jones (g) Frankie Jones (d)

Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, November 18, 1968

Groovin' And Groovin'
Soul Dance!
Never Let Me Go
Blue Seven
What A Difference A Day Made
Snake Eyes
Here's That Rainy Day
Teardrops From My Eyes 


tracks listing:

1. Snake Eyes  [Person]   
2. Never Let Me Go  [Ace]   
3. Groovin' and Groovin'  [Person]   
4. What a Diff'rence a Day Made  [Adams/ Grever]       
5. Soul Dance  [Person]
6. Here's That Rainy Day  [Burke/ VanHeusen]   
7. Teardrops From My Eyes  [Toombs]
8. Blue Seven  [Rollins]  





jeudi 22 septembre 2011

CRASH! / KENNY BURRELL WITH THE BROTHER JACK McDUFF QUARTET

PRESTIGE RECORDS 1963                         PR 7347 


credits and sessions recording:

Harold Vick (ts) Eric Dixon (ts, fl) Brother Jack McDuff (org)
Kenny Burrell (g) Joe Dukes (d) Ray Barretto (cga)

Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, January 8, 1963

3719    Love Walked In

Harold Vick (ts -1,2,4) Brother Jack McDuff (org) Kenny Burrell (g)
Joe Dukes (d) Ray Barretto (cga -1,2,4)

Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, February 26, 1963

1. 3749-1    Grease Monkey
2. 3750-2    The Breeze And I
3. 3752-4    Call It Stormy Monday
4. 3753-1    Nica's Dream
5. 3754-6    We'll Be Together Again

 tracks listing:

   1. Love Walked In  [Gershwin] 7:28
2. Grease Monkey  [McDuff] 3:19
3. The Breeze and I  [Camarata/Lecuona] 4:29
4. Call It Stormy Monday  [Walker/Walker] 6:26
5. Nica's Dream  [Silver] 8:02
6. We 'll Be Together Again  [Fischer/Laine] 4:42


 





vendredi 16 septembre 2011

ETTA JAMES TELL MAMA


CADET RECORDS 1967                              LPS 802  


credits:

Bass – David Hood
Drums – Roger Hawkins
Guitar – Albert Lowe, Jr.*, Jimmy Ray Johnson
Organ – Barry Beckett, Carl Banks, Dewey L. Oldham*
Piano – George Davis (2), Marvell Thomas, Dewey L. Oldham*
Saxophone – Aaron Varnell, Charles Chalmers,
Floyd Newman, James Mitchell
Trumpet – Gene Miller
Vocals – Etta James
         
Engineer – Ric Hall
Producer – Ric Hall & Staff*
Arranged By – Ric Hall & Staff*
Artwork By – Bill Utterback

Recorded:
August and November, 1967 at Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, Alabama.

tracks listing:

A1        Tell Mama
Written-By – Carter*
A2        I'd Rather Go Blind
Written By – Foster
Written-By – Jordan*
A3        Watch Dog
Written-By – Covay*
A4        The Love Of My Man
Written-By – Townsend*
A5        I'm Gonna Take What He's Got
Written-By – Covay*
A6        The Same Rope
Written-By – Caston*, Webber*
B1        Security
Written-By – Redding*
B2        Steal Away
Written-By – Hughes*
B3        My Mother-In-Law
Written-By – George David*, Lee Diamond
B4        Don't Lose Your Good Thing
Written By – Robert Killen
Written-By – Hall*, Oldham*
B5        It Hurts Me So Much
Written-By – Chalmers*
B6        Just A Little Bit
Written-By – Rosco Gordon



mercredi 14 septembre 2011

CORNELL DUPREE UNCLE FUNKY

 Kokopelli Records 1992                             cd 


credits:

 Cornell Dupree (guitar); Steve Greenfield (saxophone);
Richard Tee (keyboards); Eric Parker (drums).
Audio Mixer: Kooster McAllister.

recorded at:
Lonestar Roadhouse, New York, NY (05/28/1992).

tracks listing:

1 Slippin' In 6:54


2 Duck Soup 6:13


3 Southern Comfort 7:24


4 Can't Get Through 5:39


5 Ode to Billie Joe 8:11


6 Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours 9:45



        Duck Soup      




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samedi 10 septembre 2011

JIMMY McGRIFF CHERRY

SOLID STATE RECORDS 1966                      SS 18006  
credits and sessions recording:

Jimmy McGriff (org); Eric Gale (g solos);
Everett Barksdale (rhythm g); Milt Hinton (b);
Grady Tate (d).

a. Cherry (D. Redman/R. Gilbert) - 2:20
b. Tequila (C. Rio) - 3:07
c. Hit The Road Jack (R. Mayfield) - 2:52
d. Watermelon Man (G. Lynne/H. Hancock) - 2:55
e. Blue Moon (R. Rodgers) - 3:20
f. I Left My Heart In San Francisco (G. Cory) - 3:00
g. The Way You Look Tonight (J. Kern) -4:03
h. Sunny Side Of The Street (J. McHugh) - 3:10
i. Just Friends (J. Klenner) - 4:05
j. The Shadow Of Your Smile (Love Theme From"Sandpiper") - 3:20

same, except Jimmy McGriff (org,vcl).

k. The Comeback (Vocal) (L.C. Frazier) - 2:40

Recorded at A&R Studios, New York.
Producer: Sonny Lester
Engineer: Phil Ramone


tracks listing:

    Cherry    2:20   
Tequila    3:07   
Hit The Road Jack    2:52   
Watermelon Man    2:55   
Blue Moon    3:20   
The Comeback    2:40   
I Left My Heart In San Francisco    3:00   
The Way You Look Tonight    4:03   
Sunny Side Of The Street    3:10   
Just Friends    4:05   
The Shadow Of Your Smile    







BIG JOE MAHER & JEFF SARLI with Big Blue MOJO

WILDSHID RECORDS 1994                           CD 2352 
Release Date    Aug 30, 2001

credits:

Joe Maher, vocals, drums
Jeff Sarli, upright bass
Rusty Bogart, electric guitar
Bob Willoughby, piano
Phil Stancil, B-3 organ, piano
Chris Watling, bari sax
       Jerry Queene, tenor sax 

       Studio/Live    Studio
     Mono/Stereo    Stereo
  Producer    Jeff Sarli
     Engineer    Pierre Sprey  

tracks listing: 

1.GOT MY MOJO WORKIN' 
(Muddy Waters) - Listen to Sample
2.WHO WILL THE NEXT FOOL BE?
(Charlie Rich)
3.HEARTBREAKER
(Ertegun and Charles)
4.IN THE DARK
(Aaron "T-Bone" Walker)
5.VODKA ON THE ROCKS 
(Maher, Sarli, Bryant, Watling and Queene) - Listen to Sample
6.HARD LIVIN' ALONE 
(Floyd Dixon)
7.WHEN DID YOU LEAVE HEAVEN?
(Percy Mayfield) - Listen to Full Song
8.PONYTAIL (Aaron "T-Bone" Walker)
9.TROUBLE IN MIND* (traditional)
10.WINGS 'N THINGS (Edward K. Ellington)
11.I DARE YOU, BABY (Percy Mayfield)
12,GOODBYE, BABY* (Big Joe Turner)
     *Bob Willoughby-Piano


dimanche 4 septembre 2011

LOU DONALDSON SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY





COLUMBIA RECORDS 1994                         CK 66790 


credits:


Congas, Bongos – Ray Mantilla (tracks: 1, 5, 8)
Drums – Fukushi Tainaka
Guitar – Peter Bernstein
Organ [Hammond] – Dr. Lonnie Smith*
Saxophone [Alto] – Lou Donaldson          
recorded:

New York City: August 14 & 15, 1994
Engineer [Assistant] – Suzanne Dyer*
Executive Producer – Dr. George Butler
Producer – Todd Barkan
Recorded By – Mike Krowiak


tracks listing

01. What Now My Love (C. Sigman/G. Becaud) - 6:27
02. Sentimental Journey (B. Green/L. Brown/B. Homer) - 8:19
03. What'll I Tell My Heart (P. Tintorn/J. Lawrence) - 7:02
04. Messin' Around With C.P. (Lou Donaldson) - 5:55
05. My Little Suede Shoes (C. Parker) - 6:13
06. Midnight Creeper (Lou Donaldson) - 7:58
07. Danny Boy (F. Weatherly) - 5:49
08. Peck Time (Lou Donaldson) - 7:37