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...."

jeudi 30 octobre 2014


RIVERSIDE RECORDS 1968                         RS 3008


    Marty Sheller (trumpet)
Pat Patrick (alto saxophone, flute)
Bobby Capers (tenor saxophone, flute)
Rodgers Grant (piano)
Victor Venegas (bass)
Frank Hernandez (drums)
Mongo Santamaria (congas)
Julian Cabrera (percussion)
"Chihuahua" Martinez (percussion, vocals)

"Village Gate", NYC, September 2, 1963
    B5 Para Ti

Nat Adderley (cornet -1,3,5)
Marty Sheller (trumpet, Latin percussion)
Hubert Laws (piccolo, flute, tenor saxophone)
Bobby Capers (alto,baritone saxophone)
Rodgers Grant (piano)
Victor Venegas (bass)
Jimmy Cobb (drums -1,5)
Ray Lucas (drums -2/4,6/10)
Mongo Santamaria (congas, bongos)
Carmelo Garcia (timbales)
"Chihuahua" Martinez (Latin percussion)
Wito Kortwright (guino)

NYC, spring 1964  

  1.    Skins
2.    Fatback
3.    Hammer Head
4.    Dot, Dot, Dot
5.    Corn Bread Guajira
6.    Dirty Willie
7.    Sweet 'Tater Pie
8.    Bembe Blue
9.    Dulce Amor
10.    Tacos

tracks listing:

A1        Skins    3:30  
A2        Fatback    2:28  
A3        Hammer Head    3:25  
A4        Dot, Dot, Dot    5:10  
A5        Corn Bread Guajira    2:35  
A6        Dirty Willie    5:27  
B1        Sweet Teter Pie    2:40  
B2        Bembé Blue    6:37  
B3        Dulce Amor    5:06  
B4        Tacos    2:32  
B5        Para Ti

updated link


mercredi 29 octobre 2014


ATLANTIC RECORDS 1967                              SD 8145


Wayne Jackson (trumpet)
Charlie Chalmers, Andrew Love (tenor saxophone)
Floyd Newman (baritone saxophone)
Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (piano)
Jimmy Johnson, Lincoln "Chips" Moman (guitar)
John Peck (guitar) Tommy Cogbill (electric bass)
Roger Hawkins (drums)
Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, May 8, 9 & 11, 1966

A3 I Need A Lot Of Loving Every Day

Gene "Bowlegs" Miller (trumpet)
Charlie Chalmers, Jimmy Mitchell (tenor saxophone)
Floyd Newman (baritone saxophone)
Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (piano, organ)
Jimmy Johnson, Lincoln "Chips" Moman (guitar)
Tommy Cogbill (electric bass)
Roger Hawkins (drums)
Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, February 1, 2, 3 & 4, 1967

11645    Love Is A Beautiful Thing
A1    Soul Dance Number Three
A2    Funky Broadway
11648    Mojo Mamma
B2    I Found The One
A6    You Can't Stand Alone
B4    I'm Sorry About That
B3    Something Within Me
A4    I Found A Love, Part 1
A5    I Found A Love, Part 2 

tracks list:

A1     Soul Dance Number Three
Written-By – Jerry Wexler, Wilson Pickett
A2     Funky Broadway
Written-By – Lester Christian*
A3     I Need A Lot Of Loving Every Day
Written-By – Dan Penn, Lindon Oldham*
A4     I Found A Love, Part I
Written-By – Robert West , Willie Schofield, Wilson Pickett
A5     I Found A Love, Part II
Written-By – Robert West , Willie Schofield, Wilson Pickett
A6     You Can't Stand Alone
Written-By – Rudy Clark
B1     Mojo Mamma
Written-By – Jerry Wexler
B2     I Found The One
Written-By – Bobby Womack
B3     Something Within Me
 Written-By – Bobby Womack
B4     I'm Sorry About That
 Written-By – Bobby Womack
B5     Love Is A Beautiful Thing
Written-By – Eddie Brigati, Felix Cavaliere



CADET RECORDS 1966                                      LPS 776 


Richard Evans

Evans is best known as producer and arranger for Cadet Records
 during the 1960s and early 1970s, working with artists like
 Ramsey Lewis, Marlena Shaw and Dorothy Ashby.
In the same period he also formed The Soulful Strings
 with whom he recorded several albums.

Lennie Druss(flute)
Charles Stepney(percussion,vibes)
The Soulful Strings

sessions recording:

1)    May 26, 1966 2,3,8,10    Ter Mar Recording Studios, Chicago, IL
2)    September 15, 1966 1,4,9,11    Ter Mar Recording Studio, Chicago, IL
3)    September 16, 1966 5-7    Ter Mar Recording Studio, Chicago, IL

 engineer: Doug Brand

tracks listing:

A1 Paint It Black        
A2 California Dreamin'        
A3 Message To Michael        
A4 Wade In The Water        
A5 Love Is A Hurtin' Thing        
B1 Sunny        
B2 When A Man Loves A Woman        
B3 Eight Miles High        
B4 Take Five        
B5 The Sidewinder        
B6 A Lover's Concerto


updated link


mardi 28 octobre 2014


ATLANTIC RECORDS 1967                              SD 8138

Wayne Jackson (trumpet)
Charlie Chalmers, Andrew Love (tenor saxophone)
Floyd Newman (baritone saxophone)
Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (piano)
Jimmy Johnson, Lincoln "Chips" Moman (guitar)
John Peck (guitar) Tommy Cogbill (electric bass)
Roger Hawkins (drums)
Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, May 8, 9 & 11, 1966
10303    She Ain't Gonna Do Right
10306    Nothing You Can Do

Gene "Bowlegs" Miller (trumpet)
Gilbert Caples, Charlie Chalmers, Eddie Logan (tenor saxophone)
Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (piano, organ)
Lincoln "Chips" Moman (lead guitar)
Jimmy Johnson (guitar)
Albert Lowe Jr. (electric bass)
Roger Hawkins (drums)
Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, October 12, 1966
11024    Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
11025    Sunny
11031    Up Tight Good Woman

Tommy Cogbill (electric bass) replaces Lowe Jr.
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, October 13 & 14, 1966
11026    New Orleans
11027    You Left The Water Running
11028    Mustang Sally
11029    Three Time Loser
11030    Ooh Poo Pah Doo
11032    Time Is On My Side
11033    Knock On Wood 

tracks list:

A1     Mustang Sally 3:04
A2     New Orleans 2:32
A3     Sunny 3:16
A4     Everybody Needs Somebody To Love 2:16
A5     Ooh Pooh Pah Doo 2:37
A6     She Ain't Gonna Do Right     2:14
B1     Knock On Wood     2:40
B2     Time Is On My Side 2:31
B3     Up Tight Good Woman 2:29
B4     You Left The Water Running 2:31
B5     Three Time Loser     2:19
B6     Nothing You Can Do     2:14


ATLANTIC RECORDS 1966                                 SD 8129


Wayne Jackson (trumpet)
 Charles "Packy" Axton, Andrew Love (tenor saxophone)
Floyd Newman (baritone saxophone)
Joe Hall (piano) Steve Cropper (guitar)
Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass)
Al Jackson (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Memphis, TN, May 12, 1965

Gene "Bowlegs" Miller (trumpet) Isaac Hayes
(piano) replaces Axton, Hall
Memphis, TN, September 16, 1965
omit Miller
Memphis, TN, December 20, 1965

Wayne Jackson (trumpet)
Charlie Chalmers, Andrew Love (tenor saxophone)
Floyd Newman (baritone saxophone)
Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (piano)
Jimmy Johnson, Lincoln "Chips" Moman (guitar)
John Peck (guitar) Tommy Cogbill (electric bass)
Roger Hawkins (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, May 8, 9 & 11, 1966

tracks list:

A1     Land Of 1000 Dances     2:23
A2     Something You Got     2:50
A3     634-5789     2:52
A4     Barefootin'     2:16
A5     Mercy, Mercy     2:25
A6     You're So Fine     2:30
B1     In The Midnight Hour     2:29
B2     Ninety-Nine And A Half     2:35
B3     Danger Zone     2:06
B4     I'm Drifting     2:49
B5     It's All Over     2:17
B6     She's Good To Me     2:15


REPRISE RECORDS 1962                                      r- 6057


Jimmy Witherspoon-  Vocals
Ben webster-  Tenor Sax
Gerald wilson-  Trumpet
Ernie Freeman-  Piano
Herman Mitchell-  Guitar
Ralph Hamilton-  Bass
Jim Miller-  Drums

tracks listing:

A1. I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water 3:56
A2. I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town 3:36
A3. Key to the Highway 2:54
A4. Did You Ever 3:24
A5. Confessin' the Blues 3:00
A6. Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out 2:31
B1. Your Red Wagon 5:12
B2. Rain Is Such a Lonesome Sound 3:01
B3. Cherry Red 3:15
B4. It's a Low Down Dirty Shame 3:02
B5. Just a Dream 3:00
B6. Please, Mr. Webster 3:32

updated link


lundi 27 octobre 2014


PRESTIGE RECORDS 59/60                          PRLP 7183 


Bass – Milt Hinton (tracks: B1), Tommy Potter (tracks: A3, B3),
   Wendell    Marshall (tracks: A1, A2, B2)
    Congas – Buck Clarke (tracks: B1)
    Drums – Alvin Johnson (tracks: A3, B1 to B3),
    Bill Elliot (tracks: A1, A2)
    Guitar – Bill Jennings
    Organ – Jack McDuff
    Tenor Saxophone – Willis Jackson

    Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
May 25 & November 9, 1959 and February 26 & August 16, 1960
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack and Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

    Liner Notes – LeRoi Jones

tracks list:

A1     Blue Gator
Written-By – Willis Jackson
A2     Try A Little Tenderness
Written-By – Woods*, Campbell*, Connolly
A3     The Gator Jumps
Written-By – Willis Jackson
B1     This Nearly Was Mine
Written-By – Hammerstein*, Rodgers
B2     East Breeze
Written-By – Esmond Edwards
B3     She's Funny That Way
 Written-By – Moret*, Whiting

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MOTOWN RECORDS  1965/66                             MS 650 


    Diana Ross: lead vocals
    Florence Ballard: background vocals
    Mary Wilson: background vocals
    Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier: producers
    The Funk Brothers: instrumentation

All songs written by Holland–Dozier–Holland and produced by
Brian Holland and Lamont Dozier

Recorded     1965–1966

tracks list

A1     You Keep Me Hangin' On     2:57
A2     You're Gone     2:35
A3     Love Is Here And Now You're Gone 2:47
A4     Mother You, Smother You
Written-By – R. Dean Taylor
A5     I Guess I'll Always Love You     2:38
A6     I'll Turn To Stone
Written-By – R. Dean Taylor
B1     It's The Same Old Song     2:30
B2     Going Down For The Third Time     2:34
B3     Love Is In Our Hearts     2:07
B4     Remove This Doubt     2:51
B5     There's No Stopping Us Now     2:57
B6     Love Is Like A Heat Wave     2:38

updated link 


vendredi 24 octobre 2014


FONTANA RECORDS 1965                TF542

Alan Haven  is an English jazz organist.
He released a single from the Lester film, but is 
perhaps best known for the single Image in 1965 
(originally recorded by The Hank Levine Orchestra), 
which was frequently used as a theme tune on the 
offshore radio station Radio Caroline and also featured
 in the 1965 horror film "The Night Caller. His early 
work was performed on a Lowrey organ.


A Image
Written-By – Bob Sande, Joe Glenn, Larry Greene

B Romance On The North Sea
Written-By – Claus Roster


ATLANTIC RECORDS 1965                                SD 8114


 unknown (clarinet, tenor saxophone, piano)
Robert Ward (guitar)
unknown (electric bass, drums)
Wilson Pickett (lead vocals)
Eddie Floyd, Ben Night, Mack Rice, Joe Stubbs (vocals)
Detroit, MI, 1961

A5    I Found A Love

Ralph "Pee Wee" Middlebrooks (trumpet)
Clarence "Satch" Satchell (flute)
Ivory Joe Hunter (piano, director)
Lance Finnie, Robert Ward (guitar)
Cornelius Johnson, Marshall "Rock" Jones (unknown instruments)
Wilson Pickett (vocals) and others

Cincinnati, OH, October 19, 1962

B6    Let's Kiss And Make Up
B3    Take This Love I've Got

unknown (trumpet, saxophones,
piano, organ, electric bass, drums, female chorus)
Wilson Pickett (vocals)

NYC, May 12, 1964

B1    I'm Gonna Cry
A4    For Better Or Worse

Jack Cortner, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry (trumpet)
Tony Studd (bass trombone)
Joe Grimaldi (tenor saxophone)
Haywood Henry (baritone saxophone)
Paul Griffin (piano)
Cornell Dupree, Wally Richardson (guitar)
Jimmy Lewis (electric bass)
Panama Francis, Ted Sommer (drums)
Joe Mitchell (unknown instruments)
Cissy Houston, Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Teacho Wiltshire (arranger, director)

NYC, November 13, 1964

A2    Teardrops Will Fall
B4    Come Home Baby
A3    Take A Little Love

Wayne Jackson (trumpet)
harles "Packy" Axton, Andrew Love (tenor saxophone)
Floyd Newman (baritone saxophone)
Joe Hall (piano)
Steve Cropper (guitar)
Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass)
Al Jackson (drums)
Wilson Pickett (vocals)

Memphis, TN, May 12, 1965

B2    Don't Fight It
A6    That's A Man's Way
A1    In The Midnight Hour
B5    I'm Not Tired 

 tracks list:

A1     In The Midnight Hour
 Written-By – Steve Cropper, Wilson Pickett
A2     Teardrops Will Fall
Written-By – Dickey Doo*, Marion Smith
A3     Take A Little Love
Written-By – Wilson Pickett
A4     For Better Or Worse
Written-By – Don Juan Mancha, Wilson Pickett
A5     I Found A Love
Written-By – Robert West (2), Willie Schofield, Wilson Pickett
A6     That's A Man's Way
Written-By – Steve Cropper, Wilson Pickett
B1     I'm Gonna Cry
Written-By – Don Covay, Wilson Pickett
B2     Don't Fight It
 Written-By – Steve Cropper, Wilson Pickett
B3     Take This Love I've Got
Written-By – Bonnie Rice*, Eddie Floyd, Wilson Pickett
B4     Come Home Baby
Written-By – Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil
B5     I'm Not Tired
Written-By – Steve Cropper, Wilson Pickett
B6     Let's Kiss And Make Up
Written-By – Willie Schofield


ATLANTIC RECORDS 1967                             SD 8175


Gene "Bowlegs" Miller (trumpet)
Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis (tenor saxophone)
Floyd Newman (baritone saxophone)
Bobby Woods (piano)
Bobby Emmons (organ)
Bobby Womack (lead guitar)
Reggie Young (guitar)
Tommy Cogbill (electric bass)
Gene Chrisman (drums)
Wilson Pickett (vocals)

recorded in
Memphis, TN, July 1 & 3, 1967
 Engineer [Recording] – Tom Dowd
Producer – Tom Dowd, Tommy Cogbill 

tracks list:

A1     Jealous Love
Written-By – Bobby Womack, King Curtis
A2     Stagger Lee
Written-By – Harold Logan, Lloyd Price
A3     That Kind Of Love
Written-By – Don Covay
A4     I'm In Love
Written-By – Bobby Womack
A5     Hello Sunshine
Written-By – Curtis*, Miller*
B1     Don't Cry No More
B2     We've Got To Have Love
Written-By – Bobby Womack, Wilson Pickett
B3     Bring It On Home To Me
Written-By – Sam Cooke
B4     She's Looking Good
Written-By – Roger Collins*
B5     I've Come A Long Way
Written-By – Bobby Womack


jeudi 23 octobre 2014


BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1969                         BST   84343 

credits and session recording: 

John Manning  Sax (Tenor) 
 Ron McMaster  Mastering 
 Francis Wolff  Producer 
 Tommy Derrick  Drums 
 Patrick Roques  Redesign 
 Frank Gauna  Art Direction 
 Tom Evered  Producer 
 Bob Venosa  Artwork 
 Reuben Wilson  Main Performer, Organ 
 Melvin Sparks  Guitar   

  Michael Cuscuna  Producer 
 Stanley Dance  Liner Notes
  Mati Klarwein  Cover Art  

 Rudy Van Gelder  Engineer 
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ,
December 12, 1969

track list: 

A1     Bambu
Written-By – M. Sparks*
A2     Knock On Wood
Written-By – E. Floyd*, S. Cropper*
A3     Bus Ride
Written-By – R. Wilson*
B1     Orange Peel
Written-By – R. Wilson*
B2     Twenty-Five Miles
Written-By – E. Starr*, J. Bristol - H. Fuqua*
B3     Blue Mode
Written-By – R. Wilson*

updated link


mercredi 22 octobre 2014


BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1969                   BST 84317    


Artwork By [Art Direction] – Frank Guana
Drums – Leo Morris
Guitar – Grant Green
Organ – Reuben Wilson
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
Saxophone [Tenor] – George Coleman
Trumpet – Lee Morgan
Producer, Prhotography [Liner] – Francis Wolff

   Recorded at Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs,
 New Jersey on March 21, 1969

tracks list:

  A1 Hot Rod
    Written By – R. Wilson 6:27    
A2 I'm Gonna Make You Love Me
    Written By – J. Ross - K. Gamble 5:35    
A3 I Say A Little Prayer
    Written By – B. Bacharach - H. David 8:07    
B1 Love Bug
    Written By – R. Wilson 7:40    
B2 Stormy
    Written By – B. Bule - J. Cobb 5:40    
B3 Back Out
    Written By – R. Wilson 8:10

updated link



  LUV N' HAIGHT   RECORDS 1998 (reissue)     LHLP029  


Arranged By, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, 
Trumpet, Mellophone, Congas – Johnny Lewis
Clavinet – James Moody  (tracks: A3, B3)
Drums – Jack Toker (tracks: A3, B3),
Kenneth Drake (tracks: A1, A2, B1, B2)
Guitar – Joe Villa  (tracks: A1, A2, B1, B2)
Liner Notes – D. W. Smith
Liner Notes [Original] – Ray Court
Mixed By [Re-mix] – Karney Barton
Organ [Hammond B3] – James Moody (4)
Photography [Cover] – Images By Edy
Remastered By – George Horn
Vocals – Johnny Lewis  (tracks: A3, B3) 

Produced by Jaro Productions
Re-mixed at Audio Records
Shuckin' n' Jivin' originally released in 1972 on Jaro Records (JA-3973)
"Cissy Strut" and "Them Changes" originally released 
on the 1975 limited edition cassette Johnny Lewis - Live Dance Set (Jaro)
Remastered by Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA

The Johnny Lewis Quartet and a shadowy group in Seattle, 
they recorded this one live album in the restaurant "Trojan Horse" in 1972
when Johnny plays with his friends for 5 years as House Band.

tracks listing:

A1   Shuckin' N' Jivin'
Written-By – J. Lewis*
A2   Blue Funk
Written-By – R. Charles*
A3   Cissy Strut
Written-By – Art Neville, George Porter, 
Jr., Joseph Modeliste, Leo Nocentelli
B1   Chitlins Con Carne
Written-By – K. Burrell*
B2   Willow Weep For Me
Written-By – Ann Ronell
B3   Them Changes
Written-By – G. Miles*

updated link

mardi 21 octobre 2014


FANIA RECORDS 1970                                      SLP 391


Roberto Rodriguez – Lead Trumpet
Joseph “Papy” Roman – Trumpet
René “Renee” Lopez – Trumpet, Lead Vocal on “Right On”
Louis Crúz – Piano, Celeste on “Se Que Volveras”
Andy Gonzalez – Ampeg “Baby” Bass
Orestes Vilato – Timbales
Tony Fuentes – Bongó, Cencerro, Guiro on “Power”
Ray Barretto – Congas, Background Vocals and Vocal Interjections
 (Go on René) on “Right On”, and (Power!) on “Power”
Adalberto Santiago – Lead Vocals on all tunes except “Right On”,
Maracas on (“Oye La Noticia”, “Dicen”, “Quitate La Mascara”)

Chorus - Justo Betancourt, Eladio “Yayo El Indio” Peguero
 (“Oye” Bien La Noticia”, “De Que Te Quejas Tu” and “Perla Del Sur” ),
 Justo Betancourt, Hector Lavoe, Willie Torres
(“Y Dicen” and “Quitate La Mascara”)

Producer - Ray Barretto
Executive Producer - Jerry Masucci
Musical Director - Ray Barretto
Arrangements - Ray Barretto and Louis Crúz
Recording Engineer- Fred Weinberg

Recorded - Universal Studios in NYC
Original LP Cover Concept and Painting - Izzy Sanabria

tracks list:

A1     Oye La Noticia     5:25
A2     Perla Del Sur     5:40
A3     Right On     2:40
A4     De Que Te Quejas Tu     4:05
B1     Y Dicen     3:54
B2     Quitate La Mascara     4:26
B3     Se Que Volveras     3:45
B4     Power     5:59


SURREY RECORDS 1966                                      SS 1037


Joe De Aguero (aka Little Joe) -- vibes 
 Michael Davis -- drums, percussion 
 Jack Fulks - sax, flute
Bill Henderson -- keyboards
Norm Johnson -- bass 
 Moses Obligacion -- congas, percussion

tracks list:

A1     Guantanamera    
A2     Karen's Theme    
A3     Song For Mitch    
A4     Okey Dokey    
B1     Our Mambo    
B2     Saint Thomas    
B3     Viva Cepeda    
B4     Joker

samedi 18 octobre 2014


SOLID STATE RECORDS 1966                    SS18002 


Design – Ruder, Finn & Fujita, Inc.
Directed By [Audio] – Phil Ramone
Directed By [Musical Director] – Manny Albam
Drums – Willy Jenkins*
Guitar – Thornel Schwartz
Organ, Vocals – Jimmy McGriff
Written-By – Jimmy McGriff

Liner Notes – Phil Ramone
Photography By [Liner] – Lionel Izquierdo
Producer – Sonny Lester
Engineer: Phil Ramone

Recorded at A&R Studios.
New York City: 1966

track list:

A1        I Cover The Waterfront
Written-By – E. Eliscu*, J. Green*   
A2        D. B. Blues (Part I)
Written-By – J. McGriff*
A3        D. B. Blues (Part II)
Written-By – J. McGriff*
A4        See See Rider
Written-By – M. Rainey*
B1        Red River Blues
Written-By – J. McGriff*
B2        Hallelujah
Written-By – J. McGriff*
B3        Boston Bust Out
Written-By – J. McGriff*
B4        On The Way Home     
Written-By – J. McGriff*

updated link




SINGLE 45-10256

     Image - Part I   

vendredi 17 octobre 2014


UNITED ARTISTS RECORDS 1968             UAS 5160  


 Composed By, Conductor – Quincy Jones
    Flute – Roland Kirk
    Liner Notes – Norman Jewison
    Lyrics By – Alan And Marilyn Bergman

tracks list:

A1     In The Heat Of The Night
Vocals – Ray Charles
A2     Peep-Freak Patrol Car     1:30
A3     Cotton Curtain     2:33
A4     Where Whitey Ain't Around     1:11
A5     Whipping Boy     1:25
A6     No You Won't     1:34
A7     Nitty Gritty Time     1:50
A8     It Sure Is Groovy!
Vocals – Gil Bernal
B1     Bowlegged Polly
Vocals – Glen Campbell
B2     Shag Bag, Hounds & Harvey     3:28
B3     Chief's Drive To Mayor     1:10
B4     Give Me Until Morning     1:09
B5     On Your Feet, Boy!     1:37
B6     Blood & Roots     1:07
B7     Mama Caleba's Blues
Soloist [Piano] – Ray Charles
B8     Foul Owl
Vocals – Boomer*, Travis


SOLID STATE RECORDS 1968                      SS 18030 


Jimmy McGriff – organ
Fats Theus - tenor saxophone
Thornell Schwartz - guitar
Willie Jenkins - drums

tracks listing:

A1     I've Got A Woman
Written-By – R. Charles*
A2     Kiko
Written-By – J. McGriff*
A3     All About My Girl
Written-By – J. McGriff*
A4     Ode To Billy Joe
 Written-By – B. Gentry*
A5     The Days Of Wine And Roses
 Written-By – H. Mancini*, J. Mercer*
A6     Tennessee Waltz
 Written-By – Peewee King*, R. Stewart*
B1     You Are My Sunshine
 Written-By – C. Mitchell*, J. Davis*
B2     The Swinging Shepherd Blues
Written-By – M. Koffman*
B3     What's That
Written-By – J. McGriff*
B4     When I Grow Too Old To Dream
 Written-By – O. Hammerstein II*, S. Romberg*
B5     Embraceable You
Written-By – G. Gershwin*

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jeudi 16 octobre 2014


SOLID STATE RECORDS 1969                  SS 18060  

credits :

  recorded in  New York: June 17 and 18, 1969

Jimmy McGriff - organ, piano
Blue Mitchell - trumpet
Fats Theus - tenor saxophone
Larry Frazier - guitar
Jesse Kilpatrick, Jr. - drums

Art Direction – Frank Gauna
Producer – Sonny Lester
   recorded in  New York: June 17 and 18, 1969

track list:

A1    A Thing To Come By    3:55   
A2    Charlotte 4:30   
A3    Down Home On The Moon 10:02   
B1    Oh Happy Day
B2    Don't Let Me Lose This Dream
B3    Up There, Down Here    3:00   
B4    A Thing To Come By - Part II

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