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Press

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, lovers of blues and soul music
and tourists, 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...."

mardi 30 avril 2013

WES DAKUS' REBELS

KAPP RECORDS 1967                                       KL-1536


Wes Dakus and The Rebels
Wes Dakus & The Club 93 Rebels formed in 1958. In 1960 
they were signed with Quality Records, and released their 
first album in the same year titled El Ringo. They toured 
with such artists as Buddy Knox.
In 1965 The Wes Dakus Album - With The Rebels was released 
and helped the band create several singles. In 1967 their 
album was issued on KAPP as "Wes Dakus's Rebels". In Canada 
the album was split into singles. RPM Magazine voted the band 
"Top Instrumental Group" in 1964 and 1965. The 1968 single 
"New Sound Of Wes Dakus" had no band involvement whatsoever 
and was a group of session musicians from Gary Paxton Studios 
who had recorded demos. Wes licensed two instrumental tracks 
from his Paxton sessions to complete his Capitol contract.



tracks list:


A1 You Keep Me Hangin' On
A2 Armful Of Teddy Bears
A3 Seesaw
A4 Someone Stronger
A5 Love IS Just A Word
A6 Mission Bell
B1 Peggy Sue
B2 Sad Souvenirs
B3 Casting My Spell
B4 Big-City People
B5 Mockingbird












lundi 29 avril 2013

SHARON CASH lp SHARON CASH

PLAYBOY RECORDS 1973                                 PB 114


 credits:

Arranged By [Horns] – Jim Horn
Backing Vocals  – Claudia Lennear, Donna Weiss, 
Jessie Smith, Pat Powdrill, Robbie Montgomery
Bass – Carol Kaye, Wilton Felder
Drums – Ed Greene 
Guitar – Arthur Adams, Beau Charles, 
Dean Parks, Louie Shelton
Horns, Arranged By [Horns And Strings] – Chuck Findley
Percussion [Other Percussion] – Eric Swanson 
Piano – Clarence McDonald, Joe Sample
Producer – George Tobin
Strings – George Poole
Vibraphone [Vibes], Bells – Peter Swiadon

Coordinator [Album Coordinator] – Bob Scherl
Design – Rod Dyer
Photography By – Leandro Corres



tracks list:


A1 Chains On Your Soul
Written-By – Donna T. Weiss*, Mary Unobsky
2:53
A2 Layin' Back
Written-By – John Hurley, Ronnie Wilkins
3:10
A3 I'm Just Not Ready For Love
Written-By – L. Harrison*, L. Harrison*
2:07
A4 Gentleness
Written-By – Harold T. Beatty*
3:44
A5 Sweet Soul Singer
Written-By – Donna T. Weiss*, Harold T. Beatty*
3:24
B1 Sweet Love
Written-By – Harold T. Beatty*
2:43
B2 To Get Him Back
Written-By – Harold Beatty
3:18
B3 Dead Alive
Written-By – Harold T. Beatty*
3:31
B4 You're My Life, My World
Written-By – Bob White*, Sharon Cash
5:09
B5 I'll Always Be In Love With You
Written-By – Harold T. Beatty*
2:35








mardi 16 avril 2013

BLUE NOTE A STORY OF MODERN JAZZ


Blue Note - A Story of Modern Jazz (TV 1997)
TV Movie  -  113 min  -  Documentary | Music  -  (vostfr)
Directors: Julian Benedikt, Andreas Morell
Writer: Julian Benedikt
Stars: Freddie Hubbard, Gil Melle, Herbie Hancock | See full cast and crew


STANLEY TURRENTINE JUBILEE SHOUT

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1962                         BST 84122

Jubilee Shout!!! is the eighth album by jazz saxophonist Stanley Turrentine, 
recorded for the Blue Note label in 1962, but not released until 1986. 
The selection was originally included on the double LP Jubilee Shouts 
(1978, BN-LA883-J2), together with some tracks later appeared as 
Comin' Your Way. Said LP, however, omitted some tracks which may 
be found on the CD editions of both albums.


credits:


Stanley Turrentine - tenor saxophone
Tommy Turrentine - trumpet
Kenny Burrell - guitar
Sonny Clark - piano
Butch Warren - bass
Al Harewood - drums


Production

Alfred Lion - producer
Reid Miles - design
Rudy Van Gelder - engineer
Francis Wolff - photography

recorded at:
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, October 18, 1962

tracks list:

A1 Jubilee Shout
Written-By – Stanley Turrentine
10:45
A2 My Ship
Written-By – I. Gershwin*, K. Weill*
5:45
A3 You Said It
Written-By – Tommy Turrentine
5:30
B1 Brother Tom
Written-By – Stanley Turrentine
7:38
B2 Cotton Walk
Written-By – Stanley Turrentine
11:00
B3 Little Girl Blue
Written-By – Reichner*, Graham*
6:25







mercredi 10 avril 2013

GRANT GREEN LIVE AT THE LIGHTHOUSE

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1972                       BN-LA037-G2

2 × Vinyl, LP, Album 


credits:

Grant Green - guitar
Claude Bartee - soprano sax, tenor sax
Gary Coleman - vibes
Shelton Laster - organ
Wilton Felder - electric bass
Greg Williams - drums
Bobbye Porter Hall - percussion
Hank Stewart - announcer

Recorded April 21, 1972
 At – The Lighthouse, Hermosa Beach


tracks list:

A1 Introduction - Hank Stewart 1:34
A2 Windjammer
A3 Betcha By Golly Wow
B1 Introduction - Hank Stewart 0:38
B2 Fancy Free
C1 Introduction - Hank Stewart 0:21
C2 Flood In Franklin Park
D1 Introduction - Ed Hamilton 0:57
D2 Jan Jan
D3 Introduction - Hank Stewart 0:26
D4 Walk In The Night





lundi 8 avril 2013

BYRDIE GREEN THE GOLDEN THRUSH STRIKES!

PRESTIGE RECORDS 1966                            PRST 7503 

Byrdie Green (born 1936) was a Jazz and R&B singer born in Detroit, Michigan.
The daughter of a Baptist minister, she sang first in her father's church. 
Later she went to New York and performed in clubs. Around 1965, she was 
hired by organist Johnny "Hammond" Smith and recorded albums for 
Prestige Records, Roulette Records, & Twentieth Century Fox. 
She also cut a few 45rpm records.



credits:


Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Gene Walker
Drums – John Harris (8)
Electric Bass, Bass Guitar – Jimmy Lewis (2)
Guitar – Eddie Diehl
Organ – Johnny "Hammond" Smith*
Trumpet – Virgil Jones
Vocals – Byrdie Green


Arranged By, Conductor – Johnny Hammond

Producer – Cal Lampley
Recorded By, Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder
NYC, July 6, 1966


tracks list:


A1 In The Dark
Written-By – Green*
4:00
A2 Goin' Out Of My Head
Written-By – Weinstein*, Randazzo*
3:00
A3 Hurt
Written-By – Jacobs*, Crane*
4:05
A4 Gin House Blues
Written-By – Henderson*, Troy*
5:48
B1 How Long Blues
Written-By – Enberg*, Carr*
3:08
B2 Falling In Love With Love
Written-By – Hart*, Rodgers*
3:45
B3 The Shadow Of Your Smile
Written-By – Mandel*, Webster*
3:40
B4 Hurt So Bad
Written-By – Hart*, Wilding*, Randazzo*
2:30
B5 Somebody Groovy
Written-By – Phillips












samedi 6 avril 2013

KENNY BURRELL ASPHALT CANYON SUITE

VERVE RECORDS 1969                                      V6-8773


credits:

Kenny Burrell - guitar
Roland Hanna - piano
Unidentified Orchestra arranged by Johnny Pate


Released 1969

Recorded October 8, 10 & 16, 1969
New York City



tracks list:


A1 Part 1 - Introduction
A2 Part 2 - Asphalt Canyon Blues
A3 Part 2 - Think About It
A4 Part 2 - Better Get Your Thing Together
A5 Part 2 - Alone In The City
B1 Things Ain't What They Used To Be
B2 Put A Little Love In Your Heart
B3 Please Send Me Someone To Love
B4 Going To Jim And Andy's
B5 Sugar Hill









SHARON CASH HE LIVES WITHIN MY SOUL

Mothers Records & The Snarf Company 197      MRS 74



credits:

Engineer – Ami Hadani
Producer – H.B. Barnum


tracks list:

A1 Change Gonna Come 2:30
A2 Fa Fa Fa Fa 2:37
A3 Guess Who 2:40
A4 Fever 2:35
A5 Never Let Me Go 3:17
A6 Nature Boy 4:58
B1 Shake 2:37
B2 Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay 3:00
B3 Pledging My Love 2:40
B4 Suffering With The Blues 3:35
B5 What Am I Living For 2:48







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