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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...."

lundi 30 septembre 2019

T-BONE WALKER I WANT A LITTLE GIRL

 DELMARK RECORDS 1973                               DS-633 



credits:


  Bass – Jackie Samson
    Design [Cover] – Zbigniew Jastrzebski
    Drums – S. P. Leary*
    Guitar – T-Bone Walker
     Piano – Georges Arvanitas, T-Bone Walker (tracks: B3)
    Producer – Robert G. Koester
       Tenor Saxophone – Hal Singer
    Vocals – T-Bone Walker

     Producer – Robert G. Koester
      Album supervision: J. M. Monestier, Black & Blues Records
  
      Liner Notes – Jim O'Neal
    Photography [Cover] – Greg Roberts
    Photography [Liner] – Thomas Copi

tracks list:


A1 I Want A Little Girl     4:53    
A2 I Hate To See You Go     3:40    
A3 Feeling The Blues     6:14    
A4 Leaving You Behind     4:16    
B1 Baby Ain't I Good To You     4:27    
B2 Someone's Going To Mistreat You     3:27    
B3 Ain't This Cold, Baby     6:34    
B4 Late Hours Blues     6:50  






vendredi 27 septembre 2019

SOUL BOSSA TRIO

CUBOP RECORDS 1995                               CBLP 003

credits:
Artwork – Christie Rixford
Co-producer, Electric Piano, Piano [Acoustic], Organ – Toshi Matsumoto
Drums, Producer – Gonzalez Suzuki
Electric Bass, Acoustic Bass – Shingo Takemiya*
   
Edited By – Ichiro Tanaka
Engineer, Mastered By – Hiroshi Kawasaki
Executive-Producer – Shigeru Kurokoji
Recorded By, Mixed By – Masayoshi Inomata

tracks list:

A1 Sally 3:40
A2 Mambo Parisienne 2:56
A3 Bayu Bayu 4:28
A4 A Bit Tricky 2:26
A5 Cha Chita 2:50
B1 Ain't No Sunshine 4:14
B2 Poochie 3:34
B3 Tin Tin Deo 4:03
B4 Call Me, Mr. Vibes 3:41
B5 A Holiday In South Zone (Saudade Do Rio) 3:24





CLARK TERRY & CHICO O'FARRIL SPANISH RICE

IMPULSE RECORDS 1966                                  AS 9127


credits:

Clark Terry - trumpet, flugelhorn
    Chico O'Farrill - arranger, conductor
    Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Snooky Young - trumpet, flugelhorn
    Everett Barksdale, Barry Galbraith - guitar
    George Duvivier - bass
    Bobby Rosengarden, Chano Pozo,
    Frank Malabe, Julio Cruz - percussion

Recorded in New York City 
on July 18, 1966 (tracks 2, 6, 8 & 10),
 July 19, 1966 (tracks 3, 5, 9 & 11) 
and July 20, 1966 (tracks 1, 4, 7 & 12)

 Mastered By – Rudy Van Gelder

tracks: list:

A1     Peanut Vendor 2:15
A2     Angelitos Negros 2:38
A3     El Cumbanchero     2:09
A4     Joonji 3:34
A5     Que Sera 2:14
A6     Mexican Hat Dance 2:40
B1     Spanish Rice 2:44
B2     Say Si Si 2:28
B3     Macarena (La Virgen De La Macarena)     2:58
B4     Tin Tin Deo     2:43
B5     Contigo En La Distancia 2:58
B6     Happiness Is 3:20





 



BILLY PRESTON THE MOST EXCITING ORGAN EVER

VEE JAY RECORDS 1964                                      VJ 1123 


The Most Exciting Organ Ever is the first album by Billy Preston. 
The fully instrumental album was released in 1965, several weeks 
before Preston's nineteenth birthday. Extra songs recorded during 
the sessions of The Most Exciting Organ Ever were released 
in the next album.

Released August 20, 1965
Recorded September 1964
Producer Steve Douglas
            

track list:

A1 If I Had A Hammer       
A2 Low Down       
A3 Slippin' & Slidin'       
A4 Drown In My Own Tears       
A5 I Am Coming Through       
A6 The Octopus       
B1 Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin'       
B2 Soul Meetin'       
B3 Let Me Know       
B4 Billy's Bag       
B5 The Masqerade Is Over       
B6 Steady Gettin' It





BILLY PRESTON WILDEST ORGAN IN TOWN

CAPITOL RECORDS  1965                              ST2532 



credits:

 Producer    Steve Douglas
        Recorded    September 11, 1965     


track list:

A1 In The Midnight Hour
A2 Uptight
A3 A Hard Days Night
A4 Ain't Got No Time To Play
A5 Love Makes Me Do Foolish Things
A6 The Duck
B1 Advice
B2 Satisfaction (I Can't Get No)
B3 I Got You
B4 It's Got To Happen
B5 Free Funk
B6 The 'In' Crowd









mercredi 25 septembre 2019

COMMUNCATION


Hi all
 
Following the understandable recriminations of my followers,
I decided to remove all the ads from my blog that had become too intrusive and inappropriate.
here I hope you will enjoy
ps you can still participate financially in storage on servers and even from a few cents
Thank you all and peace
 
MrSoul

 salut a tous

suite au recriminations bien comprehensible de mes suiveurs j'ai décidé de supprimer toutes les publicité de mon blog ui étaient devenues trop envahissante et inadaptées..
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Merci a tous et paix
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THE SUPREMES WHERE DID OUR LOVE GO?

MOTOWN RECORDS 1964                                          MS-621 

Released     August 31, 1964
Recorded     December 28, 1962 – July 13, 1964

credits :

Diana Ross, Florence Ballard, and Mary Wilson: lead and background vocals
    The Four Tops, and Holland–Dozier–Holland: background vocals on
    "When the Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes" and "Run, Run, Run"
    The Love-Tones: background vocals on "Standing on the Crossroads of Love"
    Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier: producers on all tracks except noted below.
    Smokey Robinson: producer on "Long Gone Lover" and "A Breath Taking Guy"
    Norman Whitfield: producer on "He Means the World to Me"
    Robert Gordy: producer on "Your Kiss of Fire"
    The Funk Brothers: instrumentation


tracks list:

A1 Where Did Our Love Go 2:32
A2 Run, Run, Run 2:15
A3 Baby Love 2:34
A4 When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes 2:34
A5 Come See About Me 2:39
A6 Long Gone Lover 2:20
B1 I'm Giving You, Your Freedom 2:37
B2 A Breath Taking Guy 2:20
B3 He Means The World To Me 1:52
B4 Standing At The Crossroads Of Love 2:27
B5 Your Kiss Of Fire 2:45
B6 Ask Any Girl 3:01


  

   
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THE SUPREMES MORE HITS BY THE SUPREMES

MOTOWN RECORDS 1965                                              S-627

More Hits by The Supremes is a 1965 studio album by Motown
singing group The Supremes. The album, their third regular
studio LP, includes two number-one hits: "Stop! In the
Name of Love" and "Back in My Arms Again", as well as
the Top 20 single "Nothing but Heartaches".

credits:

Diana Ross: lead vocals
    Mary Wilson: background vocals
    Florence Ballard: background vocals
    The Andantes: background vocals
    Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier: producers
    The Funk Brothers: instrumentation
    The Detroit Symphony Orchestra: instrumentation
    Recorded     1964–1965

tracks list:

A1 Ask Any Girl 2:48
A2 Nothing But Heartaches 2:41
A3 Mother Dear 2:40
A4 Stop! In The Name Of Love 2:56
A5 Honey Boy 2:33
A6 Back In My Arms Again 2:53
B1 Whisper You Love Me Boy 2:36
B2 The Only Time I'm Happy 2:38
B3 He Holds His Own 2:37
B4 Who Could Ever Doubt My Love 2:35
B5 (I'm So Glad) Heartaches Don't Last Always 2:55
B6 I'm In Love Again 2:18


 


CAL TJADER SOLAR HEAT

SKYE RECORDS 1968                                                SK-1


credits:

Arranged By, Vibraphone – Gary McFarland
Bass – Bobby Rodriguez, Chuck Rainey
Drums [Uncredited] – Grady Tate
Electric Piano, Harpsichord – Mike Abene*
Organ – João Donato
Percussion [Latin] – Orestes Vilato, Ray Barretto
Vibraphone – Cal Tjader



Recorded :

January 15, 1968 at A&R Recording Studios, New York.
Engineer – Dave Sanders


tracks list:


A1 Ode To Billy Joe
Written-By – Gentry*
2:55
A2 Never My Love
Written-By – D. R. Addrissi*
2:48
A3 Felicidade
Written-By – Jobim*, Demoraes*
2:35
A4 Mambo Sangria
Written-By – Tjader*
2:38
A5 Here
Written-By – David MacKay
3:25
B1 Fried Bananas
Written-By – McFarland*
2:36
B2 Amazon
Written-By – Donato*
2:25
B3 La Bamba
Written-By – Tjader*
2:56
B4 Eye Of The Devil
Written-By – McFarland*
2:16
B5 Solar Heat
Written-By – Tjader*
2:30








CAL TJADER SOUL BIRD WHIFFENPOOF

VERVE RECORDS 1965                               V/V6 8626 


credits

Bass – Richard Davis
Drums – Grady Tate, Sol Gubin
Percussion – Armando Peraza
Piano – Paul Griffin
Vibraphone – Cal Tjader

 A6
Bass – Terry Hilliard
Drums – John Rae
Piano – Lonnie Hewitt

Producer – Creed Taylor
Engineer [Director] – Val Valentin

Recorded at A & R RECORDING, New York City, June 1 and 2, 1965
(Engineering by Phil Ramone)
and VAN GELDER STUDIOS, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey,


Track  List :

A1 The Whiffenpoof Song    2:24   
A2 Soul Bird (Tin Tin Dao) 2:35   
A3 How High The Moon 4:05   
A4 That's All 2:20   
A5 Soul Motion    3:15   
A6 Reza 3:40   
B1 The Prophet    2:54   
B2 Sonny Boy    3:27   
B3 Doxy    4:15   
B4 Samba De Orfeu 2:10   
B5 Shiny Silk Stockings    2:30   
B6 Daddy Wong Legs 3:40







HORACE SILVER QUINTET FINGER POPPIN'

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1959                         BLP 4008   



credits:

 Horace Silver - piano
    Blue Mitchell - trumpet (tracks 1-3, 5, 6 & 8)
    Junior Cook - tenor saxophone (tracks 1-3, 5, 6 & 8)
    Gene Taylor - bass
    Louis Hayes - drums


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

Recorded on January 31, 1959 at the Van Gelder Studio,
 Hackensack, New Jersey. 


tracks list:

A1 Finger Poppin' 4:45     
A2 Juicy Lucy 5:44     
A3 Swingin' The Samba 5:15     
A4 Sweet Stuff 5:29     
B1 Cookin' At The Continental 4:51     
B2 Come On Home 5:28     
B3 You Happened My Way 5:26     
B4 Mellow D 5:35







HORACE SILVER SEXTET THE JODY GRIND


BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1966                          BST 84250



credits:

  Alto Saxophone, Flute – James Spaulding (tracks: A2, B1, B2)
    Bass – Larry Ridley
    Drums – Roger Humphries
    Piano, Composed By – Horace Silver
    Producer – Alfred Lion
    Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
    Tenor Saxophone – Tyrone Washington
    Trumpet – Woody Shaw

Producer – Alfred Lion
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on November 2, 1966 (quintet) and November 23, 1966 (sextet) 


tracks list:

A1 The Jody Grind 5:45    
A2 Mary Lou 7:10    
A3 Mexican Hip Dance 5:55    
B1 Blue Silver 7:00    
B2 Grease Piece 7:30    
B3 Dimples 7:20






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mardi 24 septembre 2019

THE SUPREMES SING HOLLAND▪DOZIER▪HOLLAND

MOTOWN RECORDS  1965/66                             MS 650 


credits:

    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








PAUL NERO' BLUE SOUND THE BIG BEAT

PHILIPS RECORDS 1965                                 843 729 PY


credits:

(Attila Zoller and Klaus Doldinger Group) 


Klaus Dlodinger- Tenor Sax

Steffan Dobrcinsky- Tenor, Alto Sax
Sahib Shibab- Bariton Sax
Ingrid Hoffmann- Organ
Attila Zoller- Guitar
Peter Trunk- Bass
Klaus Vorman- Bass Guitar
Gibson Cemp- Drums



Engineer – Peter Kramper

Liner Notes – Siegfried Schmidt-Joos
Photography – Horst Munzig
Producer – Siegfried E. Loch


tracks list:


A1 Comin' Home Baby 2:34
A2 Route 66 2:06
A3 Cast Your Fate To The Wind 2:20
A4 Yeh, Yeh! 1:40
A5 Careless Love, Baby 2:18
A6 Twistin' Sculpture 2:15
B1 Skinny Minny 3:06
B2 Little Honky Tonk 2:47
B3 Irish Coffee 2:21
B4 No Reply 1:58
B5 Night Train 2:53
B6 Hi-Life R&B 2:21






lundi 23 septembre 2019

DIANA ROSS & THE SUPREMES WITH THE TEMPTATIONS TOGETHER

MOTOWN RECORDS 1969                                       MS 692

 Together, released by Motown in 1969 (catalog number MS 692),
was the second and final duets studio album combining
Diana Ross & the Supremes and The Temptations into
an eight-person Motown act

Together was released on the same day (September 23, 1969) 
as Puzzle People, a regular Temptations album showcasing 
the group's then-current psychedelic soul sound.


credits:

 Diana Ross - vocals
    Mary Wilson - vocals
    Cindy Birdsong - vocals
    Dennis Edwards - vocals
    Eddie Kendricks - vocals
    Paul Williams - vocals
    Melvin Franklin - vocals
    Otis Williams - vocals
    The Andantes - vocals
    Frank Wilson - producer, executive producer
    Smokey Robinson - producer
    Al Clevland - producer
    Terry Johnson - producer
    Tom Baird - producer/arranger
    Various Los Angeles area session musicians - instrumentation

tracks list:

A1 Stubborn Kind Of Fellow 3:08
A2 I'll Be Doggone 3:15
A3 The Weight 3:00
A4 Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing 2:44
A5 Uptight (Everything's Alright) 2:57
B1 Sing A Simple Song 3:15
B2 My Guy, My Girl 3:05
B3 For Better Or Worse     2:36
B4 Can't Take My Eyes Off You 3:03
B5 Why (Must We Fall In Love) 2:59





DIANA ROSS & THE SUPREMES WE REMEMBER SAM COOKE

 MOTOWN RECORDS 1965                               MT 629 



credits:

   Diana Ross: lead vocals, background vocals on "(Ain't That) Good News)"
    Florence Ballard: lead vocal on "(Ain't That Good News)", background vocals
    Mary Wilson: background vocals
    Harvey Fuqua, Hal Davis and Marc Gordon: producers



tracks list:


A1         You Send Me     2:09    
A2         Nothing Can Change This Love     2:26    
A3         Cupid     2:38    
A4         Chain Gang     2:44    
A5         Bring It On Home To Me     2:52    
A6         Only Sixteen     2:20    
B1         Havin A Party     2:34    
B2         Shake     2:30    
B3         Wonderful World     2:45    
B4         A Change Is Gonna Come     2:10    
B5         (Ain't That) Good News     2:31      





mercredi 18 septembre 2019

THE FAME GANG GRITS & GRAVY THE BEST OF





BGP Records     UK                                      CDBGPD 288 


CD, Album, Compilation


credits:

 guitarist Junior Lowe,
guitarist Travis Wammack,
keyboardist Clayton Ivey,
bassist Jesse Boyce,
drummer Freeman Brown,
percussionist Mickey Buckins,
trumpeter/trombonist Harrison Calloway,
saxophonists Ronnie Eades,
Harvey Thompson,
Aaron Varnell

tracks list:

1 Grits And Gravy    
2 Twangin' My Thang    
3 Cannonball    
4 Stand    
5 Shortnin' Bread    
6 Groove Killer    
7 Crime Don't Pay    
8 Your Good Thing    
9 Soul Feud    
10 Shoalin'    
11 Turn My Chicken Loose    
12 It's Your Thing    
13 Choice Of Colors    
14 Hey Joe    
15 Soul Stutterin'    
16 Sunrise    
17 Walk Tall    
18 Twenty Five Miles    
19 Rang's Thang    
20 Smokestack Lightning    
21 Sax Appeal    
22 Shufflin'    
23 Canteloupe Island    
24 Muscle Soul    
25 Twangin' My Thang (Alternate Version)











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