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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, 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...."

jeudi 18 septembre 2014

PROFESSOR LONGHAIR ROCK 'N' ROLL GUMBO

MARDI GRAS RECORDS 1974                            MG 1003


credits:

Bass  – Julius Farmer
Congas  – Alfred "Uganda" Roberts
Drums  – Sheba (
Guitar, Violin  – Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown
Piano, Vocals – Professor Longhair
Tenor Saxophone  – Jerry Jumonville
Trumpet  – Steve Madaio

 Producer – Philippe Rault
Recorded By, Mixed By  – Stephen Hodge

 tracks list:

A1     Junco Partner
Written-By – Bob Schad*
A2     Meet Me Tomorrow Night
Written-By – Henry Roeland Byrd
A3     Doin' It
 Written-By – Henry Roeland Byrd
A4     How Long Has That Train Been Gone
Written-By – Henry Roeland Byrd
A5     Tipitina
Written-By – Henry Roeland Byrd
A6     Rockin' Pneumonia
Written-By – Huey Smith*
B1     Jambalaya
Written-By – Hank Williams
B2     Mean Ol' World
Written-By – Henry Roeland Byrd
B3     Stag-O-Lee
Arranged By – Henry Roeland ByrdWritten-By – Traditional
B4     Mess Around
Written-By – A. Ertegun*
B5     Hey Now Baby
 Written-By – Henry Roeland Byrd
B6     (They Call Me) Doctor Professor Long Hair
Written-By – Henry Roeland Byrd






mardi 16 septembre 2014

CLARENCE "GATEMOUTH" BROWN TIMELESS

Hightone Records 2004                                     HCD8174

Credits:

Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown (vocals, guitar, violin);
Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown; Luther Wamble (guitar);
Tommy Moran (acoustic guitar, steel guitar);
Bobby Campo (flute, trumpet); J
Jerry Jumonville (tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone);
Bill "Foots" Samuel (baritone saxophone);
Mark Wells (trumpet);
Ernie Gautreau, Chris Belleau (trombone);
Dan Matrazzo (piano, keyboards);
Garfield Verdine, Garfield Verdine (piano);
Harold Floyd (bass instrument, bass guitar);
Lloyd Herrman (drums).

Recording At: 
LA; TX; Ultrasonic Recording Studios, New Orleans,
Engineer: David Farrell

tracks list:
1     Soft Wind    
2     For Now So Long    
3     Jumpin' The Blues    
4     Tennessee Blues    
5     Unclained Melody    
6     Satin Doll    
7     The Drifter- Spoken Intro    
8     The Drifter    
9     Mercy, Mercy, Mercy    
10     Dark End Of The Hallway    
11     Six Levels Below Plant Life




samedi 13 septembre 2014

LlYOD GLENN AFTER HOURS

ALADDIN RECORDS                                              LP808

reissue of 1983

credits:

Llyod Glenn - piano
Jessie Erwinn - guitar
Billy Hadnott - Bass
Bob Harvey - Drums
Los Angeles October 30, 1954

A4. Still Waters 

Los Angeles September 19, 1955

A2. Tiddly-Winks
A3. Sunrise
B3. Rompin’ Rhumba
B4. Strollin’

Llyod Glenn - piano
Billy Hadnott - Bass
Bob Harvey - Drums
Los Angeles June 20, 1956

A7. Southbound Special
B5. Blue Ivories

Llyod Glenn - piano
Jack McVea - tenor sax
Billy Hadnott - Bass
Bob Harvey - Drums
Los Angeles October 5, 1956

A1. Chick-A-Boo
A6. Old Time Shuffle
B1. After Hours Part I
B2. After Hours Part II

Billy Hadnott - Bass
Llyod Glenn - piano
Johnny Kirkwood - drums
Los Angeles august 23 1957

B6. Love For Sale

Billy Hadnott - Bass
Llyod Glenn - piano
Johnny Kirkwood - drums
Los Angeles Janvier 5 1959

B7. Petite Fleur

tracks list:


A1. Chick-A-Boo
A2. Tiddly-Winks
A3. Sunrise
A4. Still Waters
A5. Nite Flite
A6. Old Time Shuffle
A7. Southbound Special
B1. After Hours Part I
B2. After Hours Part II
B3. Rompin’ Rhumba
B4. Strollin’
B5. Blue Ivories
B6. Love For Sale
B7. Petite Fleur