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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...."

lundi 29 avril 2019

LYN COLLINS CHECK ME OUT IF YOU DON'T KNOW ME BY NOW

PEOPLE RECORDS 1975                           PE-6605



credits:

  Vocal: Lyn Collins, James Brown

    Recorded At – Sound Ideas Studios
    Recorded At – A&R Studios
    Recorded At – Wally Heider Studios
    Mixed At – Sound Ideas Studios
   
    Engineer [Assistant] – David Stone, Major Little
    Engineer, Supervised By [Production] – Bob Both
    Performer – The Female Preacher
    Producer, Other [Minister Of New New Super Heavy Funk] – James Brown


tracklisting:

A1     A Foggy Day 4:02
Written-By – I. Gershwin-G. Gershwin*
A2     To Each His Own 3:08
Written-By – James Brown, Lyn Collins
A3     Put It On The Line 3:25
Written-By – James Brown, Lyn Collins
A4     Mr. Big Stuff 3:59
Written-By – C. Washington*, J. Broussard*, R. Williams*
A5     How Long Can I Keep It Up 5:30
Written-By – Charles Bobbit, Fred Wesley, James Brown, Lyn Collins
B1     Baby Don't Do It 3:25
Written-By – L. Pauling
B2     Backstabbers 5:40
Written-By – Leon Huff, John Whitehead-G. McFadden
B3     Rock Me Again & Again & Again & Again... 3:28
Written-By – James Brown, L. Austin*
B4     Try A Little Tenderness 3:10
Written-By – H. Woods*, J. Campbell*, Reg Connelly*
B5     If You Don't Know Me By Now 5:22
Written-By – K. Gamble-L. Huff*







 

LYN COLLINS THINK (about it)

PEOPLE RECORDS 1972                               PE 5602 


credits:

 Arranged By – Dave Matthews (3) (tracks: A3, A4, B1, B2, B4),
James Brown (tracks: A1, A5, B3)
    Featuring – J.B.'s, The
    Mastered By – RL*
    Producer – James Brown


track list:

        
A1 Think (About It)
    Written-By – James Brown    
A2 Just Won't Do Right
    Arranged By – Sammy Lowe Written-By – James Brown    
A3 Wheels Of Life
    Written-By – Joe Valentine, Johnny Terry    
A4 Ain't No Sunshine
    Written-By – Bill Withers    
A5 Things Got To Get Better
    Written-By – James Brown, Alfred Ellis*    
B1 Never Gonna Give You Up
    Written-By – K. Gamble, L. Huff*, J. Butler*    
B2 Reach Out For Me
    Written-By – Burt Bacharach, Hal David*    
B3 Women's Lib
    Written-By – James Brown    
B4 Fly Me To The Moon
    Written-By – Bart Howard






dimanche 28 avril 2019

DIANA ROSS AND THE SUPREMES WITH THE TEMPTATIONS T.C.B. (Takin' care of business)

MOTOWN RECORDS 1968                            MS 682

This is the original sound track of the NBC-TV Special,
'TCB' starring Diana Ross and The Supremes with The Temptations
sponsored by Timex, the world's largest manufacturer of watches. 

credits:

 Diana Ross & the Supremes:
        Diana Ross
        Mary Wilson
        Cindy Birdsong
    The Temptations:
        Dennis Edwards
        Eddie Kendricks
        Paul Williams
        Melvin Franklin
        Otis Williams

    Art Direction – Ken Kim
    Liner Notes – Berry Gordy
    Photography By – Edward M. Broussard
    Producer – Ed Friendly, George Schlatter

tracks list:

A1 T.C.B.
    Written-By – B. Angelos*, B. Kohan*
A2 Stop! In The Name Of Love
    Written-By – Holland, Dozier, Holland*
A3 Introduction Of Diana Ross & The Supremes     0:55
A4 You Keep Me Hangin' On
    Written-By – Holland, Dozier, Holland*
A5 Introduction Of The Temptations: Get Ready
    Written-By – Wm. Robinson*
A6 Introduction Of Diana Ross: The Way You Do The Things You Do
    Written-By – Wm. Robinson
Medley     5:15
A7-1 A Taste Of Honey
    Written-By – B. Scott*, R. Marlow*
A7-2 Eleanor Rigby
    Written-By – J. Lennon, P. McCartney*
A7-3 Do You Know The Way To San Jose
    Written-By – H. David, B. Bacharach*
A7-4 Mrs. Robinson
    Written-By – P. Simon* -
A8 Respect
    Written-By – O. Redding*
A9 Somewhere
    Written-By – L. Bernstein*, S. Sondheim*
B1 Ain't Too Proud To Beg
    Written-By – E. Holland*, N. Whitefield*
B2 Introduction Of The Temptations     0:45
B3 Hello, Young Lovers
    Written-By – R. Rodgers, O. Hammerstein, II*
B4 For Once In My Life
    Written-By – O. Murden*, Ron Miller*
B5 (I Know) I'm Losing You
    Written-By – C. Grant*, E. Holland*, N. Whitfield*
Medley     3:00
B6-1 With A Song In My Heart
    Written-By – Rodgers & Hart
B6-2 Without A Song
    Written-By – W. Rose*, E. Eliscu*, V. Youmans*
Medley     2:20
B7-1 Come See About Me
    Written-By – Holland, Dozier, Holland*
B7-2 My World Is Empty Without You
    Written-By – Holland, Dozier, Holland*    
B7-3 Baby Love
    Written-By – Holland, Dozier, Holland*
B8 I Hear A Symphony
    Written-By – Holland, Dozier, Holland*
B9 The Impossible Dream
    Written-By – S. Darion*, M. Leigh*





STEVIE WONDER I WAS MADE TO LOVE HER

TAMLA RECORDS 1967                      Tamla ‎– S-279


credits:

 Stevie Wonder - harmonica, keyboards, vocals
    James Jamerson - bass
    Benny Benjamin - drums
    Eddie Willis - electric sitar on "I Was Made to Love Her"
    All other instruments by The Funk Brothers
Recorded    April–July 1967 at Hitsville U.S.A., Detroit


trackslisting:

 A1     I Was Made To Love Her 2:35
Written-By – H. Cosby*, L. Hardaway*, S. Wonder*, S. Moy*
A2     Send Me Some Lovin' 2:30
Written-By – J. Marascalco*, L. Price*
A3     I'd Cry 2:34
Written-By – S. Wonder*, S. Moy*
A4     Everybody Needs Somebody (I Need You) 2:34
Written-By – C. Paul*, M. Broadnax*, S. Wonder*
A5     Respect 2:18
Written-By – O. Redding*
A6     My Girl 2:53
Written-By – R. White*, Wm. Robinson*
B1     Baby Don't You Do It 2:10
Written-By – Holland, Dozier, Holland*
B2     A Fool For You 2:59
Written-By – Ray Charles
B3     Can I Get A Witness 2:39
Written-By – Holland, Dozier, Holland*
B4     I Pity The Fool 2:57
Written-By – D. Malone*
B5     Please, Please, Please 2:36
Written-By – Brown*, Terry
B6     Every Time I See You I Go Wild 2:52
Written-By – H. Cosby*, S. Wonder*, S. Moy










STEVIE WONDER SONGS IN THE KEY OF LIFE

TAMLA RECORDS 1976                          T13-340C2


credits:

 Stevie Wonder – harmonica, arranger, keyboards, programming, vocals, drums
    Michael Sembello – guitar
    Sneaky Pete Kleinow – pedal steel
    George Benson – guitar, vocals
    Ronnie Foster – organ
    Herbie Hancock – keyboards, handclapping
    Dean Parks – guitar
    Greg Phillinganes – keyboards
    W. G. "Snuffy" Walden – guitar
    Nathan Watts – bass guitar, vocals, handclapping
    Greg Brown – drums
    Raymond Lee Pounds – drums
    Hank Redd – alto and tenor saxophone
    George Bohannon – trombone
    Ben Bridges – guitar, sitar
    Dorothy Ashby – harp
    Bobbi Humphrey – flute
    Howard "Buzzy" Feiten – guitar
    Steve Madaio – trumpet
    Trevor Lawrence – tenor saxophone
    Glen Ferris – trombone
    Jim Horn – saxophone
    Deniece Williams – vocals
    Minnie Riperton – vocals
    Gary Byrd – vocals
    Michael Wycoff – vocals
    Larry Scott – sound effects
    Carol Cole – percussion
    Bobbye Hall – percussion
    Jay Boy Adams – vocals
    Nathan Alford, Jr. – percussion
    Henry America – vocals
    Linda America – vocals
    Baradras – vocals
    Brenda Barnett – vocals
    Khalif Bobatoon – vocals
    Starshemah Bobatoon – vocals
    Sudana Bobatoon – vocals
    Charles Brewer – percussion, programming, vocals
    Shirley Brewer – percussion, vocals, speaking part
    Berry Briges – vocals
    Cecilia Brown – vocals
    Eddie "Bongo" Brown – percussion
    Jean Brown – vocals
    Rodney Brown – vocals
    Colleen Carleton – percussion, vocals
    Addie Cox – vocals
    Agnideva Dasa – vocals
    Duryodhana Guru Dasa – vocals
    Jayasacinandana Dasa – vocals
    Jitamrtyi Dasa – vocals
    Vedavyasa Dasa – vocals
    Cinmayi Dasi – vocals
    Yogamaya Dasi – vocals
    Carolyn Dennis – vocals
    Bhakta Eddie – vocals
    Doe Rani Edwards – vocals
    Jacqueline F. English – vocals
    Ethel Enoex – vocals
    Al Jocko Fann – vocals
    Barbara Fann – vocals
    Melani Fann – vocals
    Shelley Fann – vocals
    Tracy Fann – vocals
    John Fischbach – percussion, programming, vocals, engineer

  

    Susie Fuzzell – vocals
    Carmelo Garcia – percussion, timbales
    Anthony Givens – vocals
    Audrey Givens – vocals
    Derrick Givens – vocals
    Mildred Givens – vocals
    Michael Lee Gray – vocals
    Mimi Green – vocals
    Susaye Greene Brown – vocals
    Bhakta Gregory – vocals
    Renee Hardaway – percussion, vocals
    John Harris – sound effects
    Jeania Harris – vocals
    John Harris – programming
    Troy Harris – vocals
    Nelson Hayes – percussion, sound effects, vocals
    Terry Hendricks – vocals
    H. David Henson – assistant engineer
    Don Hunter – programming, sound effects
    Adrian Janes – vocals
    Josie James – vocals
    Calvin Johnson – vocals
    Carol Johnson – vocals
    Patricia Johnson – vocals
    Madelaine Jones – vocals
    Bhakta Kevin – vocals
    Phillip Kimble – vocals
    James Lambert – vocals
    Linda Lawrence – vocals
    Irma Leslie – vocals
    Kim Lewis – vocals
    Carl Lockhart – vocals
    Gail Lockhart – vocals
    Raymond Maldonado – percussion, trumpet
    Carolyn Massenburg – vocals
    Article May – vocals
    Charity McCrary – vocals
    Linda McCrary-Campbell – vocals
    Lonnie Morgan – vocals
    Kim Nixon – vocals
    Lisa Nixon – vocals
    Larri Nuckens – vocals
    Larry Latimer – percussion, vocals
    Amale Mathews – percussion, vocals
    Gary Olazabal – engineer, bass sound
    Edna Orso – percussion, vocals
    Marietta Waters – percussion, vocals
    Josette Valentino – percussion, vocals, handclapping
    Gwen Perry – vocals
    Gregory Rudd – vocals
    Rukmini – vocals
    Yolanda Simmons – vocals, handclapping
    Keith Slaughter – vocals
    Rosona Starks – vocals
    Dennis Swindell – vocals
    Sundray Tucker – vocals
    Gary Veney – vocals
    Sheryl Walker – vocals
    Mary Lee Whitney – vocals
    Syreeta Wright – vocals
    Michael Gray – vocals
    William Moore – vocals
    Fountain Jones – programming
    Aisha Morris – crying on "Isn't She Lovely"

Recorded    1974–76
Studio    Crystal Sound, Hollywood; Record Plant Los Angeles;
 Record Plant Sausalito; The Hit Factory, New York City
 Engineer – Gary Olazabal, John Fischbach
Engineer [Assistant Engineering, Hit Factory] – Howie Lindeman
Engineer [Assistant Engineering, Record Plant, Los Angeles] – Rick Smith , Steve Smith
Engineer [Assistant Engineering, Sausalito] – Chris Morris
Engineer [Assistant Engineering] – Dave Henson

trackslisting:

A1     Love's In Need Of Love Today 7:05
A2     Have A Talk With God 2:42
A3     Village Ghetto Land3:25
A4     Contusion 3:45
A5     Sir Duke 3:52
B1     I Wish 4:12
B2     Knocks Me Off My Feet 3:35
B3     Pastime Paradise 3:20
B4     Summer Soft 4:16
B5     Ordinary Pain 6:22
C1     Isn't She Lovely 6:33
C2     Joy Inside My Tears 6:29
C3     Black Man 8:29
D1     Ngiculela - Es Una Historia - I Am Singing 3:48
D2     If It's Magic 3:11
D3     As 7:07
D4     Another Star8:19

    A Something's Extra Bonus Record
E1     Saturn 4:54
E2     Ebony Eyes 4:10
F1     All Day Sucker 5:06
F2     Easy Goin' Evening (My Mama's Call)  3:58







 

samedi 27 avril 2019

JUNIOR WALKER & THE ALL STARS A GASSSS!!!

SOUL RECORDS 1970                                         SS 726 



 credits:

Arranged By – Willie Shorter
  Producer – Johnny Bristol


track list:

   A1 Do You See My Love (For You Growing)     3:10   
A2 And When I Die     2:50   
A3 I Was Made To Love Her     2:39   
A4 Carry Your Own Load     2:58   
A5 Shut Up, Don't Interrupt Me     2:51   
A6 Groove And Move     2:40   
B1 Holly Holy     4:00   
B2 Honey Come Back     3:55   
B3 Riding High On Love     2:40   
B4 Hey Jude     2:59   
B5 At A Saturday Matinee

 



JUNIOR WALKER & THE ALL STARS ROADRUNNER

SOUL RECORD 1966                                    SLS 703


credits:

James Graves – drums
Vic Thomas – keyboards
Junior Walker – saxophone, vocals
Willie Woods – guitar
James Jamerson - bass


 Producer  
 Johnny Bristol, Henry Cosby, Lamont Dozier, 
Harvey Fuqua, Berry Gordy, Jr., Brian Holland, 
Lawrence Horn, Mickey Stevenson


track list:
  
A1 (I'm A) Road Runner 2:46   
A2 How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)    3:02   
A3 Pucker Up Buttercup    3:15   
A4 Money (That's What I Want) 4:25   
A5 Last Call 2:22   
A6 Anyway You Wannta' 2:40   
B1 Baby You Know You Ain't Right 2:31   
B2 Ame' Cherie (Soul Darling) 4:09   
B3 Twist Lackawanna 2:16   
B4 San-Ho-Zay 2:59   
B5 Mutiny 3:50








JUNIOR WALKER & THE ALL STARS WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO WIN YOUR LOVE

FIRST COVER

SS-721 - Gotta Hold on to This Feeling
Jr. Walker & All Stars [11/69]
Original title was Gotta Hold on to This Love, but the
album was reissued with a new title and cover when
 "What Does It Take to Win Your Love" became a hit
Lead vocals and tenor sax solos by Junior Walker
 written by Johnny Bristol, Harvey Fuqua,
and Vernon Bullock and featuring The Originals
 and The Andantes on background vocals
Other instrumentation by The All-Stars with members of
The Funk Brothers and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra


SOUL RECORDS                                                       SS 721 

   Arranged By – Paul Riser, Willie Shorter
    Producer – Johnny Bristol  

  
track list: 

A1 What Does It Take(To Win Your Love) 2:58   
A2 These Eyes    3:34   
A3    Proud Mary    3:17   
A4    Ame Cherie (Soul Darling)    4:09   
A5    Clinging To The Thought That She's Coming Back    3:09   
A6    Cleo's Mood    2:42   
B1    Hot Cha    3:01   
B2    I've Got To Find A Way To Win Maria Back    3:23   
B3    Sweet Soul    2:58   
B4    Gotta Hold On To This Feeling    3:35   
B5    How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)    3:02   
B6    San Ho Zay    3:20
 




 



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jeudi 25 avril 2019

FRANK FROST MIDNIGHT PROWLER

EARWIG MUSIC 1989                          LPS-4914


credits:

 Drums – Walter Roy (tracks: A2, A5, B1, B3, B4, B5)
    Drums, Backing Vocals – Sam Carr (2) (tracks: A1, A3, A4, A6, B2)
    Guitar – Jack Johnson* (tracks: A2, A5, B1, B3, B4, B5), Ernest Roy (tracks: A2, A5, B1, B3, B4, B5)
    Guitar, Bass, Backing Vocals – Jack Johnson* (tracks: A1, A3, A4, A6, B2)
    Vocals, Piano, Harmonica – Frank Frost (tracks: A2, A5, B1, B3, B4, B5)
    Vocals, Synthesizer, Harmonica – Frank Frost (tracks: A1, A3, A4, A6, B2)
Tracks A2, A5, B1, B2, B4, B5 were recorded on 
June 28, 1986 in Chicago, IL, Acme Recording Studios
Tracks A1, A3, A4, A6, B3 were recorded on 
February 19, 1988 in New York, NY, Prince Recording Studio


tracklisting:

 A1     Gonna Put Her Down 3:08
A2     Ernest's Groove 4:27
A3     Undertaker     2:34
A4     Scratch My Back 4:07
A5     Midnight Prowler 3:01
A6     Just Like A Rabbit 2:38
B1     Quarter To Twelve 4:39
B3     My Back Scratcher 2:44
B2     Cummins Prison Farm 5:08
B4     Unseen Eye     2:56
B5     Mean Black Spider 4:42







jeudi 18 avril 2019

FREDDIE KING Freddie King (1934-1976)

RSO RECORDS 1977                            2934 192

(compilation album)


credits:

 Bass – Carl Radle, DeLisle Harper
    Drums – Steve Ferrone
    Guitar – Bob Tench*, Eric Clapton, George Terry
    Horns – Gonzalez
    Organ, Keyboards – Dick Sims
    Producer – Bill Oakes, Tom Dowd
    Saxophone – Bud Beadle, Bud Beadle, Mick Eve, Steve Gregory
    Trumpet – Ron Carthy
    Vocals – Bob Tench*, Misty Browning, P.P. Arnold

This compilation album includes "Farther On Up The Road" on which Freddie King plays with his disciple Eric Clapton. Several tracks are taken from Freddie King's album Burglar (RSO/Polydor 1974), recorded with a line up including guitarist Bobby Tench from The Jeff Beck Group. 







SOLOMON BURKE ROCK 'N SOUL

ATLANTIC RECORDS 1964                         SD8096


credits:

(cry to me)

 Marky Markowitz, Ernie Royal, trumpet;
Ben Smith, Sam Taylor, tenor sax;
 Haywood Henry, baritone sax;
Artie Butler, piano;
George Barnes, Bob Bushnell, guitar;
Russ Saunders, electric bass;
Bobby Donaldson, drums;
Phil Kraus, tambourine;
Solomon Burke, vocals;
unidentified female choir,

 Gary Sherman, arranger, director.
NYC, March 15, 1963
 Phil Ichle, Tom Dowd - engineers
    Jerry Wexler - production supervisio


tracklisting:

A1     Goodbye Baby 3:10
Written-By – Bert Russell, Wes Farrell
A2     Cry To Me 2:32
Written-By – Bert Russell
A3     Won't You Give Him (One More Chance)  2:26
Written-By – Angela Martin , Bobby Scott
A4     If You Need Me 2:30
Written-By – Robert Bateman, Sonny Sanders, Wilson Pickett
A5     Hard Ain't It Hard 2:47
Written-By – Woody Guthrie
A6     Can't Nobody Love You 2:30
Written-By – James Mitchell
B1     Just Out Of Reach 2:46
Written-By – Virgil F. Stewart
B2     You're Good For Me  3:01
Written-By – Don Covay, Horace Ott
B3     You Can't Love Them All 2:43
Written-By – Bert Berns, Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller, Nugetre
B4     Someone To Love Me 3:02
Written-By – Solomon Burke
B5     Beautiful Brown Eyes 2:44
Written-By – Bert Russell, Solomon Burke
B6     He'll Have To Go 3:20
Written-By – Audrey Allison, Joe Allison 






 

BETTY EVERETT THERE'LL COME A TIME

UNI RECORDS 1969                                        LP73048


Everett began playing the piano and singing gospel music in church
 at the age of nine. She moved to Chicago in 1957 to pursue a career
 in secular music. She recorded for various small local Chicago soul labels,
 before she was signed in 1963 by Calvin Carter, A&R musical director of
 fast-growing independent label, Vee-Jay Records.
An initial single failed, but her second Vee-Jay release, a bluesy version
 of "You're No Good" (written by Clint Ballard, Jr. and later a  hit for Linda Ronstadt),
 just missed the U.S. top 50. Her next single, the catchy "The Shoop Shoop Song
 (It's in His Kiss)", was her biggest solo hit. The Rudy Clark song climbed to 6 on
 the Billboard Hot 100 and made #1 on the Cashbox R&B chart for three weeks.
After an unsuccessful year with ABC, a move to Uni brought another major
 success in 1969 with "There'll Come A Time", co-written by producer and 
lead singer of The Chi-Lites, Eugene Record. 



tracks list:


A1 You're Falling In Love
A2 Better Tomorow Than Today
A3 Maybe
A4 1900 Vesterday
A5 Sugar
A6 I Need A Chance
B1 I Can't Say No To You
B2 Hold On
B3 There'll Come A Time
B4 Take Me
B5 Is There A Chance For Me
B6 The Same Old Me








mercredi 17 avril 2019

QUARTETTE TRES BIEN FOUR A KIND'

DECCA REDORDS 1968                                 DL 74958 


credits:

The Quartette Trés Bien was an American jazz combo based in St. Louis
 led by pianist Jeter Thompson. The group started to play around 1960
and began recording in the mid '60s. Jeter Thompson played with Jimmy Forrest,
Oliver Nelson and Emmett Carter in his early years. The bassist of the group
 is Richard Simmons, the drummer Albert St. James who accompanied also
Charlie Parker, Tab Smith and Jimmy Forrest. Percussionist Percy James
added a Latin flavor to the quartette who played more than ten years,
before splitting. Jeter Thompson is still active leading for a few years the Trio
 Tres Bien with brothers Harold Thompson (bass) and Howard Thompson (drums).


Producer – Charles Bud Dant

tracks list:

A1 Matchmaker, Matchmaker 5:31
A2 How Intensitive (Insensatez) 4:20
A3 Goodbye Summer 3:58
A4 Girl Talk 3:11
A5 Tribal Festival 2:46
B1 Somewhere 4:37
B2 The Joker 5:13
B3 Strangers In The Night 5:51
B4 Yesterday 4:02













RAMSEY LEWIS TRIO DOWN TO EARTH

EMARCY( Mercury) RECORDS 1958           SR 80029 

also issued on MG 36150. Mercury MG 20536,
SR 60213  

credits:
Ramsey Lewis (piano) El Dee Young (bass) Red Holt (drums)

recorded at:
Ter-Mar Recording Studios, Chicago, IL, 
November 6, December 4, 1958

tracks listing:
01. Dark Eyes  
02. Come Back To Sorrento   
03. Soul Mist   
04. John Henry  
05. Greensleeves  
06. We Blue It   
07. Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child   
08. Suzanne  
09. Billy Boy 
10. Decisions 
11. Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child (Alternative Take)   
12. Come Back To Sorrento (Alternative Take)  
13. John Henry (Alternative Take)  
14. We Blue It (Alternative Take) 




 
              

mardi 16 avril 2019

THE YOUNG HOLT UNLIMITED ON STAGE

     BRUNSWICK RECORDS 1967                 BL 754125     



Former Ramsey Lewis Trio members Eldee Young and Isaac Red Holt 
formed together with pianist Hysear Don Walker their new trio which was
 very popular in the clubs during the 60ies, so this live LP which was 
recorded at the famous Bohemian Cavern captures the group in the
 appropriate setting, the album was released on Brunswick Records.

tracks listing:
          
A1 Mellow Yellow Written-By – D. Leitch* 5:41
   
A2Medley: The "In" Crowd - Wade In The Water
 - Ain't There Something That Money Can't Buy
Written-By – Billy Page, Isaac Red Holt*, Trad* 7:55
   
A3 Wack Wack Written-By – Eldee Young, Hysear Don Walker,
 Isaac Red Holt* 2:50   

B1Lady Godiva Written-By – Charles Mills*, Mike Leander 6:46   

B2 You Gimme Thum Written-By – Hysear Don Walker 11:32


Medley: The "In" Crowd - Wade In The Water
 - Ain't There Something That Money Can't Buy





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Uloz

LIHTNING SLIM NOTHIN' BUT THE DEVIL

EXCELLO RECORDS 1960                     45-2186
 
 
 Record Company – Nashboro Record Co.
 
 
tracklisting:
 
 A     Cool Down Baby  2:15
Songwriter – J. West

B     Nothin' But The Devil 2:57
Songwriter – J. West
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

LIGHTNIN' SLIM ‎ ROOSTER BLUES

EXCELLO RECORDS 1960                          LP-8000


credit:
vocal: Lightnin' slim 
 harmonica : Lazy Lester

tracklisting:

 A1     Rooster Blues     2:38
A2     Long Leanie Mama     2:09
A3     My Starter Won't Work     2:45
A4     "GI" Slim     2:30
A5     Lightnin Troubles     2:25
A6     Bed Bug Blues     2:14
B1     Hoo-Doo Blues     2:06
B2     It's Mighty Crazy     2:33
B3     Sweet Little Woman     2:10
B4     Tom Cat Blues     2:56
B5     Feelin Awfull Blues     2:56
B6     I'm Leavin You Baby     2:27






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