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"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...."

vendredi 30 mai 2014

FREDDY KING BOSSA NOVA AND BLUES

KING RECORDS 1963                                       LP 821

credits:

recorded  3/63

3/63
tracks list:

A1 (I'd Love To) Make Love To You    
A2 Your Barkin' Up The Wrong Tree    
A3 Look Ma, I'm Cryin'    
A4 It Hurts To Be In Love    
A5 You Walked In    
A6 The Bossa Nova Watusi Twist    
B1 Is My Baby Mad At Me    
B2 Someday, After Awhile    
B3 One Hundred Years    
B4 Bossa Nova Blues    
B5 The Welfare (Turns It Back On You)    
B6 Walk Down That Aisle (Honey Chile)




INEZ FOXX MOCKINGBIRD

SYMBOL RECORDS 1963                             SYM 4400

and another cover on Sue records


In early 1963, the pair introduced themselves to
Henry 'Juggy' Murray, the owner of Sue Records,
and sang him their arrangement of the traditional
lullaby "Hush, Little Baby". The song, re-titled
"Mockingbird", was released in 1963 and made
the Top 10 on both the US rhythm and blues and
pop charts.[2] It was their most successful record,
and was later covered by artists including Aretha Franklin,
James Taylor, Carly Simon, Dusty Springfield,
Etta James with Taj Mahal and Toby Keith.


credits:

Arrangements bert keyes
produced and Directed  :Juggy Murray
vocal : Inezz Foxx
backing vocalist: Charlie Foxx

tracks list:

 A1 Mockingbird    
A2 Sitting Here   
A3 Ball Game    
A4 Confusion    
A5 Tom And Jim    
A6 Jaybirds    
B1 I See You My Love    
B2 Broken Hearted Fool    
B3 The Angels Got Together    
B4 Searching For My C.C.    
B5 Love Me Today    
B6 Talk With Me



jeudi 29 mai 2014

FREDDY ROBINSON THE COMING ATLANTIS

WORLD PACIFIC JAZZ RECORDS 1969       ST 20162

 The Coming Atlantis (later entitled Black Fox)

Abu Talib (born as Fred Leroy Robinson and previously
known as Freddie or Freddy Robinson; February 24,
 was an African American blues and
jazz guitarist, singer, and harmonica player.

credits:

Bass [Fender & Upright] – Bob West
Bass, Clarinet, Baritone Saxophone – Ernest Williams*
Bongos, Congas – King Errison*
Featuring [Drums], Drums – Paul Humphrey
Featuring [Piano], Piano – Joe Sample
Flute – Allen Butler
Guitar – Fred L. Robinson*
Organ – Monk Higgins
Percussion – Dee Ervin
Producer – Higgins & Ervin*, Higgins & Ervin*
Strings [Section] – Sid Sharp
Tenor Saxophone – Plas Johnson
Trumpet – Allen Brisbois*
Vibraphone – Alan C. Estes*
Vocals [Background] – Adrienne Williams,
Alexandra Brown, Difosco Ervin*, Mamie Galore

Art Direction, Photography By – Ron Wolin
Liner Notes – Bob Hatchett

tracks listing:

A1       Before Six    4:25   
A2        The Coming Atlantis    3:34   
A3        (I'm A) Fool For You    2:55   
A4        Freddy's Sermon    6:05   
B1        Black Fox    5:15   
B2        The Oggum Boogum Song    3:34   
B3        Rita    3:39   
B4        Monkin' Around    4:28

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LALO SHIFRIN GONE WITH THE WAVE

COLPIX RECORDS 1964                                     CP 492

Gone with the Wave is a soundtrack album to the surf
film of the same name by Argentine composer, pianist
and conductor Lalo Schifrin recorded in 1964 and
released on the Colpix label.

credits:
Lalo Schifrin - arranger, conductor
Frank Rosolino - trombone
Paul Horn - alto saxophone, flute
Jackie Kelso - tenor saxophone
Victor Feldman - piano
Howard Roberts, Bob Bain, John Pisano,
Laurindo Almeida - guitar
Joe Mondragon - bass
Shelly Manne - drums
Milt Holland, Francisco Aguabella - percussion

Recorded     October 1964
Los Angeles, California
Producer     Stanley Wilson


tracks list:

A1 Gone With The Wave 2:41
A2 Laniakea Waltz 2:46
A3 A Taste Of Bamboo 1:59
A4 Halieva Blues 2:46
A5 Taco-Taquito 2:37
A6 Breaks 2:51
B1 Aqua Blues 2:26
B2 Surf Waltz 1:59
B3 Five By Four (Ala Moana) 2:48
B4 Breaks Bossa Nova 3:38
B5 Waimea Bay 2:12


 

JIMMY MCCRACKLIN LET'S GET TOGETHER

MINIT RECORDS 1968                                      LP40011



tracks list:

A1. Get together
A2. How you like your love
A3. Pay before you get
A4. Believe in me
A5. The walk
A6. Advise
B1. Walk right in
B2. Dog (part 1)
B3. Pretty little sweet thing
B4. You're the one
B5. Just got to know
B6. A and I (Part 1)


RICHARD "GROOVE" HOLMES SOUL POWER!

PRESTIGE RECORDS 1967                          PR 7543 

crédits:

Bass  Jimmy Lewis
Congas  Dave Blume
Drums  Ben Dixon
Guitar  Steve Wolfe, Wally Richardson
Organ  Richard "Groove" Holmes

 recorded at:
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ,
December 19, 1967

tracks list:

A1 Soul Power 5:50    
A2 Gimme Little Sign 2:30    
A3 How Can I Be Sure 5:00    
A4 Sunny 5:35    
B1 Since I Fell For You 8:25    
B2 The Preacher 7:15    
B3 Girl Talk 5:50  


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mercredi 28 mai 2014

JOHNNY "HAMMOND" SMITH STIMULATION

PRESTIGE RECORDS 1961                     PRLP 7203 

        also issued on PR 7786  "Stimulation!"

         
credits :
Johnny "Hammond" Smith - organ
Freddie McCoy - vibraphone
Eddie McFadden - guitar
Wendell Marshall - bass
Leo Stevens - drums

Recorded at Van Gelder Studio in Englewood Cliffs, 
New Jersey on February 14 (tracks 3, 4, 6 & 7) 
and May 12 (tracks 1, 2, 5 & 8), 1961.

Esmond Edwards - producer
Rudy Van Gelder - engineer

track list:

  A1 Sticks An' Stones    
A2 Because You Left Me    
A3 Ribs An' Chips    
B1 Cry Me A River    
B2 Que Pasa?    
B3 Invitation    
B4 Spring Is Here    
B5 Stimulation


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JIMMY MCGRIFF HONEY

SOLID STATE RECORDS 1968                        SS 18036

credits:

Jimmy McGriff Organ & Big Blues Band
recorded:prob. New York City: c. 1968
Jimmy McGriff (org) with unknown tp, tb, as prob. 
 Arthur "Fats" Theus" (el-ts), bs, g, el-b, d.

tracks list:

A1 (Sweet, Sweet Baby) Since You'be Been Gone 2:22
A2 Respect 2:03
A3 Chain Of Fools 3:37
A4 We're A Winner 2:06
A5 Up, Up And Away 2:45
A6 Tell Mama 2:15
B1 Honey 2:30
B2 I Thank You 2:04
B3 I Got The Feelin' 2:10
B4 Baby, I Love You 2:46
B5 (Sittin) On The Dock Of The Bay 2:09


mardi 27 mai 2014

DONALD BYRD BLACKJACK

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1967                     BST 84259 


credits:

      Bass – Walter Booker
    Drums – Billy Higgins
      Piano – Cedar Walton
    Producer – Alfred Lion
    Saxophone [Alto] – Sonny Red
    Saxophone [Tenor] – Hank Mobley
    Trumpet – Donald Byrd    

    Producer – Alfred Lion
recorded at:
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs,
 NJ, January 9, 1967
Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder 


track list:

A1         Blackjack     6:14    
A2         West Of The Pecos     5:17    
A3         Loki     5:51    
B1         Eldorardo     7:58    
B2         Beale Street     5:24    
B3         Pentatonic     4:57



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lundi 26 mai 2014

TRUDY PITTS THE EXCITEMENT of TRUDY PITTS

 PRESTIGE RECORDS 1968                            PR 7583

Recorded live  May 24, 1968 "Baron's", NYC

credits:

Trudy Pitts - Organ
Wilbert Longmire - Guitar
Bill Carney - Drums

Produced by Cal Lampley
Recording: Orville O'Brien

tracks list:

A1 Trudy 'N'Blue
A2 Never My Love
B1 Autumn Leaves
B2 W.T. Blues



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samedi 24 mai 2014

DONALD BYRD STREET LADY

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1973                    BN-LA140-F   



credits:

 Donald Byrd - trumpet
    Roger Glenn - flute
    Jerry Peters - piano, electric piano
    Fonce Mizell - clavinet, trumpet, vocals
    Fred Perren - synthesizer, vocals
    David T. Walker - guitar
    Chuck Rainey - electric bass
    Harvey Mason - drums
    King Errisson - congas
    Stephanie Spruill - percussion
    Larry Mizell - vocals, arranger, conductor
  Written-By – Edward Gordon (tracks: B3), Larry Mizell

 Photography [Liner] – Norman Seef
 Technician [Technical Director] – Chuck Davis


Engineer [Assistant] – Chuck Davis, John Arias
    Engineer [Recording] – John Mills (2)
    Engineer [Remix] – Chuck Davis, John Arias, John Mills (2)
    Executive Producer – George Butler

Recording Date: June 13, 14 & 15, 1973.
Recorded at Sound Factory, Hollywood, California.
Mastered at Mastering Lab, Hollywood, California. 


tracks listing:

A1     Lansana's Priestress     7:42   
A2     Miss Kane     7:35   
A3     Sister Love     6:46   
B1     Street Lady     5:39   
B2     Witch Hunt     9:43   
B3     Woman Of The World


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jeudi 22 mai 2014

NEW JERSEY KINGS PARTY TO THE BUS STOP

ACID JAZZ RECORDS 1992 (UK)                      JAZID 33LP


credits:

Producer – New Jersey Kings, The*
    Written-By – New Jersey Kings, The* (tracks: A1 to B2, B4)

New Jersey Kings
Aliases:The James Taylor Quartet, 
Members:
David Taylor (2), Gary Crockett, James Taylor,
John Willmott, Neil Robinson

tracks list:

A1         The Monkey Drop        
A2         Get Organized        
A3         Solid        
A4         Sweet Cakes        
B1         Sweet Shirley        
B2         The Latin One        
B3         All Wrapped Up
    Written-By – Melvin. Sparks*        
B4         Charlie's Groove


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HANK MOBLEY A CADDY FOR DADDY

BLUE NOTE RECORDS  1965                      BLP 4230 

 also issued on Blue Note BST 84230, CDP 7 84230-2.

credits and session recording:

        Bass – Bob Cranshaw
    Drums – Billy Higgins
    Piano – McCoy Tyner
    Saxophone [Tenor] – Hank Mobley
    Trombone – Curtis Fuller
    Trumpet – Lee Morgan

 recorded at:   

Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ,
December 18, 1965

track list:

A1 A Caddy For Daddy
    Written-By – Hank Mobley
A2 The Morning After
    Written-By – Hank Mobley    
B1 Venus Di Mildew
    Written-By – Wayne Shorter
B2 Ace Deuce Trey
    Written-By – Hank Mobley
B3 3rd Time Around
    Written-By – Hank Mobley 


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WYNTON KELLY KELLY BLUE

RIVERSIDE RECORDS 1959                          RLP 12-298  

credits:

  Bass – Paul Chambers (3)
    Cornet – Nat Adderley (tracks: A1, B2)
     Drums – Jimmy Cobb
    Flute – Bobby Jaspar (tracks: A1, B2)
      Piano – Wynton Kelly
      Tenor Saxophone – Benny Golson (tracks: A1, B2)
    Written-By – Wynton Kelly (tracks: A1, B2, B3)

Producer, Liner Notes – Orrin Keepnews
    Design [Cover] – Paul Bacon (2)
    Photography By [Back Liner] – Lawrence N. Shustak

 A1,B2 : 
Recorded at Reeves Sound Studios, New York; February 10, 1959
A2,A3,B1,B3 : 
Recorded at Reeves Sound Studios, New York; March 10, 1959
    Engineer – Jack Higgins
   Mastered By – Jack Matthews

 track list:

A1 Kelly Blue     10:41    
A2 Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise
    Written-By – Hammerstein*, Romberg*    
A3 Green Dolphin Street
    Written-By – Bronislaw Kaper    
B1 Willow Weep For Me
    Written-By – Ann Ronell     
B2 Keep It Moving     7:26    
B3 Old Clothes



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MARVIN JENKINS I'VE GOT THE BLUES







  

 




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mardi 20 mai 2014

ROOMFUL OF BLUES

ISLAND RECORDS 1977                             ILPS 9474

credits:

Alto Saxophone – Rich Lataille
Baritone Saxophone – Doug James
Bass – Preston Hubbard
Drums – John Rossi
Guitar – Duke Robillard
Piano – Al Copley
Tenor Saxophone – Greg Piccolo, Scott Hamilton
Vocals – Duke Robillard

Producer – Doc Pomus, Joel Dorn

tracks list:

A1 Red, Hot & Blue 2:14
A2 Love Struck 4:20
A3 That's My Life 3:45
A4 Duke's Blues 4:21
A5 Texas Flood 2:53
B1 Give It Up 3:16
B2 Stormy Monday 4:32
B3 Take It Like A Man 2:09
B4 Still In Love With You 4:18
B5 Honey Hush 4:52



JIMMY McGRIFF GROOVE GREASE

GROOVE MERCHANT RECORDS 1971            GM 503

credits:
Bass – Richard Davis , Richard Evans
Drums – Marian J. Booker*
Electric Piano – Horace Ott
Flute, Baritone Saxophone – Johnny Beard*
Flute, Tenor Saxophone – Cliff Davis
Guitar – Everett Barksdale, Wayne Bennett
Percussion [Latin] – Lawrence Killian
Trumpet – Murray Watson

Producer – Sonny Lester

tracks list:
A1 Groove Grease 3:35
A2 The Bird 3:13
A3 Plain Brown Bag 3:37
A4 There Will Never Be Another You 4:47
A5 Canadian Sunset 3:30
B1 Mr. Lucky 3:39
B2 Moonglow 3:23
B3 Red Sails In The Sunset 3:02
B4 Secret Love 4:32



lundi 19 mai 2014

LITTLE MILTON IF WALLS COULD TALK

CHECKER RECORDS  1970                           LPS 3012 


credits:
 Arranged By [Orchestra] – Gene Barge
    Engineer – David Purple*
    Photography – Peter Amft
    Producer – Calvin Carter


track list:
     A1 If Walls Could Talk
    Written-By – Bobby Miller
A2 Baby I Love You
    Written-By – Jimmy Holiday       
A3 Let's Get Together
    Written-By – Morris Dollison       
A4 Things That I Used To Do
    Written-By – Eddy (Guitar Slim) Jones*       
A5 Kansas City
    Written-By – Willie Littlefield*       
B1 Poor Man
    Written-By – Butler*, Blumenberg*, Campbell*       
B2 Blues Get Off My Shoulder
    Written-By – Robert Parker       
B3 I Play Dirty
    Written-By – Pearl Woods       
B4 Good To Me As I Am To You
    Written-By – Franklin*, White*       
B5 Your Precious Love
    Written-By – Morris Dollison       
B6 I Don't Know
    Written-By – B. Stevenson*, B. Benton*


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JUNIOR MANCE WITH A LOTTA HELP FROM MY FRIENDS

ATLANTIC RECORDS 1970                            SD 1562

credits:

Bass – Chuck Rainey
Drums – Billy Cobham
Guitar – Eric Gale
Piano – Junior Mance
   
Producer – Joel Dorn
Recorded By – Lewis Hahn

recorded at:
Atlantic Recording Studios.
NYC, March 16,17,18,19, 1970

tracks list:
A1 Thank You Falletin Me Be Mice Elf Agin
Written-By – Sylvester Stewart
A2 Never Say Naw
Written-By – Percy Mayfield
A3 Don't Rush Us
Written-By – Billy Cobham, Chuck Rainey, Junior Mance
B1 Well I'll Be White Black
Written-By – Billy Cobham
B2 Home Groovin
Written-By – Junior Mance
B3 Spinning Wheel
Written-By – David Clayton-Thomas
B4 Don't Cha Hear Me Callin' To Ya
Written-By – Rudy Stevenson


vendredi 16 mai 2014

JUNIOR MANCE THAT LOVIN' FEELIN'

MILESTONE RECORDS 1972                       MSP 9041 


track list:
  A1         You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'     2:59   
A2         Mean Old Frisco Blues     3:58   
A3         Out South     2:41   
A4         The Good Life     4:12   
A5         Cubano Chant     2:28   
B1         Boss Blues     3:52   
B2         Blowin' In The Wind     2:29   
B3         When Sunny Gets Blue     5:05   
B4         Lee's Lament     


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jeudi 15 mai 2014

JOHN YOUNG TRIO THEMES AND THINGS


            ARGO RECORDS   1961                                     LPS 692            
credits:

John Young - Piano
William Yancey - Bass
Philip Thomas - Drums

recorded at:

June 6 & 7 1961, Ter Mar Recording Studios, Chicago
Engineer: Ron Malo
Supervision: Ralph Bass

Released: June 23, 1962

tracks listing

A1 Portrait Of My Love
A2 When Sunny Gets Blue
A3 Take Five
A4 Peyton Place
A5 Fever
A6 Mr. Lucky
B1 Love Theme From "Spartacus"
B2 Weaver Of Dreams
B3 My Romance
B4 Playboy Theme
B5 One Eyed Jacks
B6 MJR Blues
 Fever

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mercredi 14 mai 2014

DON JULIAN & THE LARKS THE JERK

MONEY RECORDS 1964                                 LP 1102

 Don Julian  was an American rhythm and blues,funk
and soul singer, guitarist and songwriter. Most
famous for his work as an R&B singer in the 1950's
and 1960's, he's also known for composing the soundtrack
and songs to the (so-called) blacksploitation film, Savage!
Born Donald R. Julian in Houston, Texas, United States,
in his teens he moved to Los Angeles, California, where
he began performing with local bands.He performed both
solo and with backing bands. His most famous backing group
was "The Meadowlarks" (later named The Larks (Los Angeles Band)),
although most of his film music was performed with instrumental
funk bands.The Meadowlarks is considered the first integrated
doo-wop group.In 1954, Don Julian and the Meadowlarks' debut
single "Heaven and Paradise", became popular with R&B fans.
In 1964, the single, "The Jerk" was released under the band
name, The Larks. 

tracks list:

1 The Jerk    
2 Keep On Jerkin'    
3 Mickey's East Coast Jerk    
4 Do The Jerk    
5 Jerkin' U.S.A.    
6 Soul Jerk    
7 You Must Believe Me    
8 Jerk Once More    
9 Slauson Shuffle #1 (Inst)    
10 Slauson Shuffle #2



 

mardi 13 mai 2014

CHARLES "PACKY" AXTON ‎ LATE LATE PARTY • 1965-67

Light In The Attic                                                 LITA 067

LP  Compilation

Charles "Packy" Axton  was an American rhythm and blues tenor saxophone
player and bandleader, who was a member of The Mar-Keys and later The Packers.

He was born in Memphis, Tennessee, the son of Everett and Estelle Axton.
Estelle Axton and her brother Jim Stewart were the founders of Stax Records.
By 1959, Packy Axton had become a member of The Royal Spades, a group formed by
Steve Cropper, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Charlie Freeman and Terry Johnson,
which expanded to include a horn section comprising Axton, Don Nix
and Wayne Jackson. In 1961, they renamed themselves The Mar-Keys,
and had a major hit (# 3 on the Billboard Hot 100, # 2 on the R&B chart)
with "Last Night". In fact, only Axton and Jackson from the band
appeared on the record which was mostly performed by session musicians.
After Cropper left the band in 1961, soon followed by Dunn, Axton
became the effective leader of the Mar-Keys, and also worked as a
session musician at Stax. He left in 1965 to live in Los Angeles,
reportedly after a series of disagreements with Jim Stewart.

Later in 1965, the Stax Revue performed in Los Angeles,
and radio disc jockey Magnificent Montague persuaded
Axton to record there with Cropper, Booker T. Jones and
Al Jackson, of Booker T. & the M.G.'s. They recorded an
instrumental track together, "Hole In The Wall",
which Montague then released as by The Packers; it
reached # 43 on the pop chart and # 5 on the R&B chart.
Axton then formed a pick-up group to promote the record,
later returning to Memphis. There, he recorded several
singles credited to The Pac-Keys, which mostly featured
members of The Bar-Kays. After 1967, he ran the Satellite
Record Shop in Memphis, occasionally performing
with musicians such as Charlie Rich.

tracks list:

A1 – Martinis,  Holiday Cheer    
A2 – Martinis,  Bullseye    
A3 – Martinis,  Hung Over    
A4 – Stacy Lane No Ending    
A5 – L.H. & The Memphis Sounds     House Full Of Rooms    
A6 – Pac-Keys,  Stone Fox    
A7 – Packers,  Hole In The Wall    
A8 – Martinis,     South American Robot    
A9 – Pac-Keys,  Dig In    
B1 – L.H. & The Memphis Sounds     Out Of Control    
B2 – Martinis,     Key Chain    
B3 – Pac-Keys,  Hip Pocket    
B4 – L.H. & The Memphis Sounds     I'm A Fool (In Love)    
B5 – Stacy Lane No Love Have I    
B6 – Pac-Keys,  Greasy Pumpkin    
B7 – Martinis,  I'll Always Love You    
B8 – Martinis,  Late Late Party


 

MARY WELLS THE ONE WHO REALLY LOVES YOU

MOTOWN RECORDS 1962                                  MS 605

credits:

Mary Wells - lead vocals
The Love Tones - backing vocals 
(Side 1, Tracks 1 and 3; Side 2, Tracks 1 and 2)
The Andantes - backing vocals (
Side 1, Track 5; Side 2, Tracks 1 and 4)
Robert Bateman - backing vocals (Side 2, Track 4)
The Funk Brothers - instrumentation

Recorded     Hitsville USA; 1961-1962
Producer     Berry Gordy, Smokey Robinson, Mickey Stevenson

tracks list:

A1 The One Who Really Loves You
Written-By – William Robinson*
A2 Two Wrongs Don't Make It Right
Written-By – Gordy*, Robinson*    
A3 You Beat Me To The Punch
Written-By – White*, Robinson*    
A4 I've Got A Notion
Written-By – Holland*, Fowler*, Bateman*    
A5 The Day Will Come
Written By – Edwards Written-By – Brian Holland, 
Robert Bateman    
B1 Strange Love
Written-By – Stevenson*    
B2 You're My Desire
Written-By – Robertson*, Stevenson*    
B3 I'll Still Be Around
Written-By – Bradford*, Wylie*    
B4 She Don't Love You
Written-By – Berry Gordy, Jr.*    
B5 Drifting Love
Written-By – Mary Wells


 

lundi 12 mai 2014

JAMES BOOKER GONZO MADISON

POP RECORDS                                            MPO 3089    
(french Ep)

credits:

rec. 1960-62 in Houston, James Booker, org;
unknown tp, saxes, g, b, dr

tracks list:

A1 Gonzo
Written By – Malone
A2 Cool Turkey
Written By – Malone
B Tubby (Part 1 & 2)
Written By – Booker-Malone-Frank


LONNIE SMITH TURNING POINT

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1969                         BST 84313 


credits :

Drums – Leo Morris
Guitar – Melvin Sparks
Organ – Lonnie Smith
Tenor Saxophone – Bennie Maupin
Trombone – Julian Priester
Trumpet – Lee Morgan

recorded at:
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
 January 3, 1969
Producer: Francis Wolff
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
      
track list:

A1 See Saw 5:45
A2 Slow High 6:15
A3 People Sure Act Funny 6:15
B1 Eleanor Rigby 9:12
B2 Turning Point 8:23

 Seesaw

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SOUL BOSSA TRIO A TASTE OF SOUL BOSSA

BOMBA RECORDSINGS 1994               bomlp-1

credits:

Producer – Gonzalez Suzuki

tracks list:

A1 Sally    
A2 Mambo Parisiene    
A3 Love For Sale    
A4 Bayu-Bayu    
A5 Vacaciones En Salvador    
B1 Green Peppers    
B2 Touch Of Your Eyes    
B3 A Bit Tricky    
B4 Hey Look At You