GROOVE ADDICT : septembre 2016

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...."

jeudi 22 septembre 2016

CHARLES EARLAND BLACK TALK!

PRESTIGE RECORDS 1969                              PRS7758 


 credits:

Virgil Jones (trumpet) 
Houston Person (tenor saxophone) 
Charles Earland (organ) 
Melvin Sparks (guitar) 
Idris Muhammad (drums) 
Buddy Caldwell (congas)

Recorded at Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, 
NJ, December 15, 1969.
Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder


tracks list:


A1 Black Talk
Written-By – Earland
A2 The Mighty Burner
Congas [Conga] – Buddy Caldwell
Written-By – Earland
A3 Here Comes Charlie
Written-By – Earland
B1 Aquarius
Written-By – MacDermot, Ragni, Rado
B2 More Today Than Yesterday
Congas [Conga] – Buddy Caldwell
Written-By – Upton








lundi 19 septembre 2016

THE EXCELLO STORY

EXCELLO RECORDS 1972                             DBL 28025

Various artists
2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation

Tracks list:

A1     –Lightning Slim     Goin' Home     2:40
A2     –Lightning Slim     Just Made Twenty-One     2:13
A3     –Lonesome Sundown     My Home Is A Prison     3:05
A4     –Little Al     No Jive     3:00
A5     –Little Al     Little Lean Woman     2:01
A6     –Blue Charlie     Don't Bring Me No Friend     2:47
A7     –Lazy Lester     Tell Me Pretty Baby     2:20
A8     –Lonesome Sundown     Gonna Stick To You Baby     2:03
B1     –Lightning Slim     Nothin' But The Devil     2:57
B2     –Slim Harpo     Bobby Sox Baby     1:45
B3     –Slim Harpo     Snoopin' Around     2:15
B4     –Jimmy Anderson (4)     Frankie & Johnny     3:08
B5     –Silas Hogan     Everybody Needs Somebody     2:30
B6     –Tabby Thomas     Hoodoo Party     2:24
B7     –Whispering Smith     Live Jive     2:05
B8     –Willie Baker     Don't Let Nobody Know     2:36
C1     –Gladiolas, The     Little Darlin'     2:12
C2     –Gladiolas, The     Sweetheart Please Don't Go     2:13
C3     –Crescendos*     Oh Julie     2:35
C4     –Lillian Offitt     Miss You So     2:13
C5     –Guitar Gable     This Should Go On Forever     2:45
C6     –Warren Storm     Prisoner's Song     2:53
C7     –Warren Storm     Mama Mama Mama Look What Your Little Boy's Done     2:16
C8     –Slim Harpo     Rainin' In My Heart     2:45
D1     –Shy Guy Douglas     She's My Kinda Girl     2:45
D2     –Blues Rockers*     Calling All Cows     2:42
D3     –Jerry McCain And His Upstarts     Things Ain't Right     2:46
D4     –Arthur Gunter     She's Mine, All Mine     2:21
D5     –Clarence Samuels     Chicken Hearted Woman     2:44
D6     –Little Sonny     Love Shock     2:00
D7     –Baby Boy Warren     Chuc-a-luck     3:00
D8     –Robert Garrett     Quit My Drinkin'     2:42



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JOE TEX LIVE AND LIVELY

STAX RECORDS 1967                                         SD 8156 



credits and sessions recording:

    Emile Hall, Leroy Monroe (tp) Anthony Dorsey, Norman "Sly" Sellers (tb) 
Charles Farley (ts) unknown (4 sax, p, org)

Lee Royal Hadley (g) unknown (el-b) Clyde Williams (d) Joe Tex (vo)
 unknown (3 female voice)
Columbia Studios, Nashville, TN, February 1, 1967?
11585    Don't Give Up
Joe Tex (vo) and others
Columbia Studios, Nashville, TN, February 11, 1967
12398    Show Me
same personnel
Tennessee?, July 6, 1967?
12718    A Woman's Hands
unknown (tp, sax, hca) Booker T. Jones (tb?) Tedford (as) J.P. (bars) 
Bobby Emmons (p) Reggie Young (lead g) Lee

Royal Hadley (rhythm g) Mike Leech (el-b) Clyde Williams (d)
 Joe Tex (vo) and others
Memphis, TN, September 13, 1967
13076    Skinny Legs And All
Emile Hall (tp) Charles Farley (ts) Lee Royal Hadley (g) Clyde Williams (d) 
Joe Tex (vo) and others
Columbia Studios, Nashville, TN, November 2, 1967
13418    Do Right Woman-Do Right Man
13419    Get Out Of My Life, Woman
13420    Wooden Spoon
13421    That's Life
13422    Love Is A Hurtin' Thing
13423    You're Gonna Thank Me, Woman
13424    Papa Was, Too

    

tracks list:

A1         Show Me     3:07   
A2         Do Right Woman - Do Right Man     2:54   
A3         Get Out Of My Life, Woman     2:57   
A4         Wooden Spoon     2:58   
A5         That's Life     3:50   
B1         Love Is A Hurtin' Thing     2:22   
B2         Don't Give Up     3:07   
B3         A Woman's Hands     3:28   
B4         You're Gonna Thank Me, Woman     2:00   
B5         Papa Was, Too     2:54   
B6         Skinny Legs And All     3:10   






jeudi 15 septembre 2016

THE THREE SOUNDS TODAY'S SOUND

LIMELIGHT RECORDS 1966          LS 86037


Today's Sounds - Live at the London House -
Limelight LS 86037 -  Original Mercury Pressing


crédits:

 Gene Harris - Piano
Andrew Simpkins - Bass
Kalil Madi - Drums


Recorded live at The London House, Chicago, February 1966.
Produced by Jack Tracy
Engineer: Jerry De Clercq




tracks list:


A1 Downtown
Written-By – T. Hatch*
3:12
A2 Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You
Written-By – A. Razaf*, D. Redman*
5:00
A3 The Way I Feel
Written-By – G. Harris*
4:18
A4 The Good Life
Written-By – J. Reardon*, S. Distel*
4:50
A5 Mohair Sam
Written-By – D. Frazier*
2:03
B1 Simple Simon
Written-By – G. Harris*
3:15
B2 A.M. Blues
Written-By – Ray Brown
4:53
B3 Old Folks
Written-By – D. Hill*, W. Robinson*
7:32
B4 Goodnight Ladies
Adapted By – G. Harris*
4:13





LOU DONALDSON MUSTY RUSTY

ARGO RECORDS 1965                                        LP  759

CADET RECORDS                                                 LPS759


Musty Rusty is an album by jazz saxophonist Lou Donaldson 
recorded for the Cadet label in 1965 and performed by 
Donaldson with Bill Hardman, Billy Gardner, Grant Green, 
and Ben Dixon.



credits:

Alto Saxophone – Lou Donaldson
Drums – Ben Dixon
Guitar – Grant Green
Organ – Billy Gardner
Trumpet – Bill Hardman


Producer, Supervised By – Esmond Edwards
June 3, 1965 Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder



tracks listing:


A1 Musty Rusty
Written-By – Lou Donaldson
A2 Midnight Sun
Written-By – Lionel Hampton, J. Francis Burke*
A3 Hipty Hop
Written-By – Lou Donaldson
B1 The Space Walk
Written-By – Ben Dixon
B2 Ha' Mercy
Written-By – Lou Donaldson
B3 Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White
Written-By – Luis Guglielmi, Mack David, Marcel Ageron





mercredi 14 septembre 2016

LOU DONALDSON MIDNIGHT CREEPER

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1968                        BST 84280


credits:

Lou Donaldson - Alto Sax,
Blue Mitchell - Trumpet,
George Benson - Guitar,
Lonnie Smith - Organ,
Leo Morris aka Idris Muhammad - Drums.


recorded at:

Van gelder studio Englewood Cliffs,
 New Jersey: March 15, 1968
Producer: Francis Wolff
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder

tracks listing:

A1     Midnight Creeper 6:25
A2     Love Power 7:45
A3     Elizabeth 5:32
B1     Bag Of Jewels 9:35
B2     Dapper Dan  6:28




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mardi 13 septembre 2016

LOU DONALDSON SAY IT LOUD!

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1968                     BST 84299 


credits:

Drums – Leo Morris
Guitar – Jimmy Ponder
Organ – Charles Earland
Saxophone – Lou Donaldson
Trumpet – Blue Mitchell

Producer – Francis Wolff
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs,
 NJ, November 6, 1968

    track list:

   A1 Say It Loud I´m Black And Proud 7:18  
A2 Summertime 5:45  
A3 Caravan 5:10  
B1 Snake Bone 9:30  
B2 Brother Soul 7:57



lundi 12 septembre 2016

LEE MORGAN CHARISMA

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1966                      BST 84312
      
 Charisma is an album by jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan featuring 
performances by Morgan, Jackie McLean, Hank Mobley,
 Cedar Walton, Paul Chambers and Billy Higgins,
 recorded on September 29, 1966, but not released 
on the Blue Note label until 1969.
     
credits:

Lee Morgan - trumpet
    Jackie McLean - alto saxophone
    Hank Mobley - tenor saxophone
    Cedar Walton - piano
    Paul Chambers - bass
    Billy Higgins - drums

Recorded     September 29, 1966
Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs
engineer Rudy Van Gelder



tracks listing:

A1 Hey Chico
Composed By – L. Morgan 7:00
A2     Somethin' Cute
Composed By – L. Morgan 6:35
A3     Rainy Night
Composed By – C. Walton 5:40
B1     Sweet Honey Bee
Composed By – D. Pearson 6:55
B2     The Murphy Man
Composed By – L. Morgan 7:35
B3     The Double Up
Composed By – L. Morgan 6:35


JIMMY SMITH ROCKIN' THE BOAT

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1963                          BST 
 84141 



credits :

Jimmy Smith (organ)
 Lou Donaldson (alto saxophone)
Quentin Warren (guitar)
Donald Bailey (drums)
John Patton (tambourin)


Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs,
New Jersey on February 7, 1963


   track list:

A1     When My Dream Boat Comes Home     7:25
A2     Pork Chop     7:32
A3     Matilda, Matilda     2:55
B1     Can Heat     5:20
B2     Please Send Me Someone To Love     6:10
B3     Just A Closer Walk With Thee     3:45
B4     Trust In Me     4:54










JIMMY SMITH THE SERMON!

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1958                         BLP 4011


credits:

 Tracks 1, 3

    Jimmy Smith – organ
    Lee Morgan – trumpet
    Lou Donaldson – alto saxophone
    Tina Brooks – tenor saxophone
    Kenny Burrell – guitar
    Art Blakey – drums

recorded :Rudy Van Gelder 
Manhattan Towers, NYC, February 25, 1958

Track 2

    Jimmy Smith – organ
    Lee Morgan – trumpet
    George Coleman – alto saxophone
    Eddie McFadden – guitar
    Donald Bailey – drums

 recorded :Rudy Van Gelder
Manhattan Towers, NYC, August 25, 1957


tracks list:

 A1     The Sermon   
B1     Flamingo  
B2     J.O.S.






OTIS REDDING OTIS BLUE, OTIS REDDING SINGS SOUL

VOLT RECORD 1965                                        SD 412

also issued on Atco SD 33-284


credits and sessions recording:

Backing Vocals – Earl Sims
Bass – Donald "Duck" Dunn
Drums – Al Jackson Jr.
Guitar – Steve Cropper
Keyboards – Booker T. Jones, Isaac Hayes
Saxophone [Baritone] – Floyd Newman
Saxophone [Tenor] – Andrew Love
Trumpet – Gene Miller, Wayne Jackson
Vocals – Otis Redding

Memphis, TN, April 19, 1965
8826 I've Been Loving You Too Long

Memphis, TN, July 9, 1965
9100 A Change Is Gonna Come
9101 I've Been Loving You Too Long
9102 Shake
9103 My Girl
9104 Wonderful World
9105 Rock Me Baby
9106 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
9107 You Don't Miss Your Water
9108 Respect
Hayes plays (p) Jones plays (org). omit Sims
Memphis, TN, July 27, 1965
9178 Ole Man Trouble
Jones plays (p). omit Hayes
Memphis, TN, circa July 27, 1965???
9182 Down In The Valley


Engineer – Tom Dowd



tracks list:


A1 Ole Man Trouble
Written-By – Otis Redding
2:35
A2 Respect
Written-By – Otis Redding
2:03
A3 Change Is Gonna Come
Written-By – Sam Cooke
4:13
A4 Down In The Valley
Written-By – Solomon Burke
2:55
A5 I've Been Loving You Too Long
Written-By – Jerry Butler, Otis Redding
2:53
B1 Shake
Written-By – Sam Cooke
2:38
B2 My Girl
Written-By – Ronald White, William Robinson*
2:53
B3 Wonderful World
Written-By – Barbara Campbell
3:09
B4 Rock Me Baby
Written-By – B.B. King, Joe Josea
3:22
B5 Satisfaction
Written-By – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards*
2:43
B6 You Don't Miss Your Water
Written-By – William Bell
2:49

 Rock Me Baby





NEW ORLEANS HOME OF THE BLUES VOL.2

 MINIT RECORDS 1963                                 MIN-0004


VARIOUS ARTISTS

The Minit Label was formed in 1959 in New Orleans, Louisiana, 
by Joe Banashak and Larry McKinley. Joe Banashak ran A-1 Record
 Distributors in New Orleans when he formed the label. The man
 responsible for most of the hits on Minit was Allen Toussaint,
 who wrote, played piano, arranged, and produced the music.


tracks list:


A1 Irma Thomas – Ruler Of My Heart
Written-By – N. Neville*
2:40
A2 Irma Thomas – I Done Got Over It
Written-By – E. Kador*
2:53
A3 Irma Thomas – Cry On
Written-By – A. Toussaint*
2:36
A4 Irma Thomas – It's Raining
Written-By – N. Neville*
2:08
A5 Benny Spellman – Lipstick Traces (On A Cigarette)
Written-By – N. Neville*
2:25
A6 Benny Spellman – Fortune Teller
Written-By – N. Neville*
2:12
B1 Ernie K-Doe – Mother-In-Law
Written-By – A. Toussaint*
2:38
B2 Ernie K-Doe – Wanted, $10,000.00 Reward
Written-By – A. Toussaint*
2:07
B3 Showmen, The – It Will Stand
Written-By – N. Johnson*
2:20
B4 Showmen, The – Country Fool
Written-By – N. Biggs*
1:55
B5 Irma Thomas – Gone
Written-By – N. Neville*
2:18
B6 Irma Thomas – I Did My Part
Written-By – N. Neville*
2:35




dimanche 11 septembre 2016

NEW ORLEANS HOME OF TE BLUES

MINIT RECORDS 1961                                     LP-0001

 Various Artists

tracks list:

A1 –Jessie Hill  Ooh Poo Pah Doo (Part 1)     2:20
A2 –Jessie Hill  Ooh Poo Pah Doo (Part 2)     2:25
A3 –Aaron Neville  Over You     2:12
A4 –Aaron Neville  Every Day     2:40
A5 –Jessie Hill  Whip It On Me     2:15
A6 –Jessie Hill  I Need Your Love     2:18
B1 –Ernie K-Doe  Hello My Lover     2:49
B2 –Jessie Hill  Scoop Scoobie Doobie     2:31
B3 –Lee Diamond  It Won't Be Me     1:58
B4 –Ernie K-Doe  Tain't It The Truth     2:42
B5 –Jessie Hill  Highhead Blues     2:37
B6 –Lee Diamond Please Don't Leave     2:55
 





 

jeudi 8 septembre 2016

PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ BAND with TOM WAITS

Preservation Hall Recordings                 PHJB01LP



credits:

Preservation hall jazz Band with Various Artists


Art Direction – Douglas Miller

Engineer – David Farrell (tracks: B3),
Earl Scioneaux III (tracks: A1 to A5, B1 to B2,
 B4 to B5, C2 to C4, D1 to D4), 
Jean Hebrail (tracks: D5), Lou Bradley (tracks: C1)
Executive-producer – Bob Morelli, Mary Ashley Johnson
Mastered By – Bruce Barielle
Producer – Adam Shipley, Alan Becker, Ben Jaffe (3),
 Missi Callazzo, Ron Rona



tracks list:


A1 Andrew Bird – Shake It And Break It
A2 Paolo Nutini – Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
A3 Tom Waits – Tootie Ma Was A Big Fine Thing
A4 Yim Yames* – Louisana Fairytale
A5 Del McCoury – After You've Gone
B1 Ani DiFranco – Freight Train
B2 Pete Seeger and Tao Rodriguez-Seeger – Blue Skies
B3 Jason Isbell – Nobody Knows You
B4 Brandi Carlile – Old Rugged Cross
B5 Richie Havens – Trouble In Mind
C1 Merle Haggard – Basin Street Blues
C2 Blind Boys Of Alabama* – There Is A Light
C3 Dr. John – Winin' Boy
C4 Louis Armstrong – Rockin' Chair
D1 Amy LaVere – Baby Won't You Please Come Home
D2 Steve Earle – T'ain't Nobody's Business
D3 Cory Chisel – Some Cold Rainy Day
D4 Buddy Miller – I Ain't Got Nobody
D5 Angélique Kidjo with Terence Blanchard – La Vie En Rose