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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...."

mardi 15 octobre 2019

NEWPORT IN NEW YORK '72

COBBLESTONE RECORDS 1972              CST 9032-6

Various artists
The Complete Six Record Set, Vols 1-6

Art Direction – Glen Christensen
    Design [Album] – Steve Malinchoc
    Executive-Producer – Joe Fields
    Layout [Director Of Printing And Production] – Milton Sincoff
    Liner Notes – Dan Morgenstern, Gary Giddins, James Lichtenberg
    Liner Notes [All Biographies And Notes], 
Edited By [Editor] – Ira Gitler
    Photography By – Charles Stewart*, David Redfern, 
Don Schlitten, Joe Harris (12), Peter Gridley – FPG*, Raymond Ross
    Producer [Albums] – Don Schlitten
    Producer [Associate Festival] – Joyce Wein
    Producer [Festival], Presenter, Liner Notes – George Wein
    Recorded By – Michael DeLugg

Recorded At – Radio City Music Hall
    Recorded At – Yankee Stadium
    Recorded At – Philharmonic Hall, New York
    Recorded At – Newport Jazz Festival

The Jam Sessions, Vol. 1
A     Jumpin' At The Woodside

   Alto Saxophone – Charles McPherson
Bass – Charles Mingus
Drums – Alan Dawson
Organ – Milt Buckner
Piano – Roland Hanna
Tenor Saxophone – Buddy Tate
Trumpet – Cat Anderson, Jimmy Owens

Written-By – Count Basie, J. Hendricks*

    21:33
B     Lo-Slo Bluze

    Alto Saxophone – Charles McPhersonBass – Charles MingusDrums – Alan DawsonOrgan – Milt BucknerPiano – Roland HannaTenor Saxophone – Buddy TateTrumpet – Cat Anderson, Jimmy OwensWritten-By – Jimmy Owens

    22:35
    The Jam Sessions, Vol. 2
C     Bags' Groove

    Bass – Percy HeathCongas – Big Black (2)Drums – Max RoachGuitar – Kenny BurrellPiano – Mary Lou WilliamsTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzTrombone – Benny Green*Trumpet – Dizzy GillespieVibraphone [Vibes], Written-By – Milt JacksonViolin – John Blair

    16:19
D     Night In Tunisia

    Bass – Percy HeathCongas – Big Black (2)Drums – Max RoachGuitar – Kenny BurrellPiano – Mary Lou WilliamsTenor Saxophone – Stan GetzTrombone – Benny Green*Trumpet – Dizzy GillespieVibraphone [Vibes] – Milt JacksonViolin – John BlairWritten-By – Dizzy Gillespie, F. Paparelli*

    18:37
    The Jam Sessions, Vol. 3
E     Perdido

    Baritone Saxophone – Gerry MulliganBass – Chubby JacksonDrums – Elvin JonesPiano – Jaki ByardTenor Saxophone – Budd Johnson, Illinois JacquetTrombone – Tyree GlennTrumpet – Joe Newman, Nat AdderleyWritten-By – Drake*, Lengsfelder*, Tizol*

    18:53
F1     Misty

    Baritone Saxophone – Gerry MulliganBass – Chubby JacksonDrums – Elvin JonesPiano – Jaki ByardTenor Saxophone – Budd Johnson, Illinois JacquetTrombone – Tyree GlennTrumpet – Joe Newman, Nat AdderleyWritten-By – Garner*, Burke*

    3:29
F2     Now's The Time

    Baritone Saxophone – Gerry MulliganBass – Chubby JacksonDrums – Elvin JonesPiano – Jaki ByardTenor Saxophone – Budd Johnson, Illinois JacquetTrombone – Tyree GlennTrumpet – Joe Newman, Nat AdderleyWritten-By – Charlie Parker

    13:50
    The Jam Sessions, Vol. 4
G     Blue 'N' Boogie

    Bass – Al McKibbonDrums – Art BlakeyOrgan – Jimmy SmithPiano – George DukeTenor Saxophone – Dexter Gordon, Sonny StittTrumpet – Clark Terry, Howard McGheeVibraphone [Vibes] – Gary BurtonWritten-By – Dizzy Gillespie, F. Paparelli*

    28:11
H     So What

    Bass – Larry RidleyDrums – Tony Williams*Guitar – Chuck WaynePiano – Herbie HancockTenor Saxophone – Dexter Gordon, Flip Phillips, James Moody, Zoot SimsTenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone [Stritch], Soprano Saxophone [Manzello], Whistle – Rahsaan Roland Kirk*Trombone – Kai WindingTrumpet – Harry EdisonWritten-By – Miles Davis

    25:13
    The Jimmy Smith Jam, Vol. 5
I     Blue 'N' Boogie

    Drums – Roy HaynesGuitar – B.B. King, Kenny BurrellOrgan – Jimmy SmithTenor Saxophone – Illinois Jacquet, Zoot SimsTrumpet – Clark Terry, Joe NewmanWritten-By – Dizzy Gillespie, F. Paparelli*

    15:26
    Medley:     17:38
J1a     What's New

    Drums – Roy HaynesGuitar – B.B. King, Kenny BurrellOrgan – Jimmy SmithTenor Saxophone – Illinois Jacquet, Zoot SimsTrumpet – Clark Terry, Joe NewmanWritten-By – B. Haggart*, J. Burke*

    2:20
J1b     Since I Fell For You

    Drums – Roy HaynesGuitar – B.B. King, Kenny BurrellOrgan – Jimmy SmithTenor Saxophone – Illinois Jacquet, Zoot SimsTrumpet – Clark Terry, Joe NewmanWritten-By – B. Johnson*

    2:05
J1c     The Man I Love

    Drums – Roy HaynesGuitar – B.B. King, Kenny BurrellOrgan – Jimmy SmithTenor Saxophone – Illinois Jacquet, Zoot SimsTrumpet – Clark Terry, Joe NewmanWritten-By – George & Ira Gershwin

    3:25
J1d     Ode To Billie Joe

    Drums – Roy HaynesGuitar – B.B. King, Kenny BurrellOrgan – Jimmy SmithTenor Saxophone – Illinois Jacquet, Zoot SimsTrumpet – Clark Terry, Joe NewmanWritten-By – B. Gentry*

    4:10
J1e     Please Send Me Someone To Love

    Drums – Roy HaynesGuitar – B.B. King, Kenny BurrellOrgan – Jimmy SmithTenor Saxophone – Illinois Jacquet, Zoot SimsTrumpet – Clark Terry, Joe NewmanWritten-By – P. Mayfield*

    5:38


    The Soul Sessions, Vol. 6
K1     I Apologize

    Bass – Art KoenigDrums – Charlie PersipPiano – Bobby TuckerVocals – Billy EckstineWritten-By – A. Goodhart*, A. Hoffman*, E. Nelson*

    2:59
K2     Jelly Jelly

    Bass – Art KoenigDrums – Charlie PersipPiano – Bobby TuckerTenor Saxophone – Sonny StittTrombone – Kai WindingTrumpet – Dizzy GillespieVocals – Billy EckstineWritten-By – B. Eckstine*, E. Hines*

    6:01
K3     Stone Junkie

    Bass – Lucky Scott*Bongos, Congas – Master Henry Gibson*Drums – Scott Harris*Guitar – Craig McMullenVocals, Lead Guitar – Curtis MayfieldWritten-By – C. Mayfield*

    4:04
K4     Pusherman

    Bass – Lucky Scott*Bongos, Congas – Master Henry Gibson*Drums – Scott Harris*Guitar – Craig McMullenVocals, Lead Guitar – Curtis MayfieldWritten-By – C. Mayfield*

    4:34
L1     I Need You Baby

    Alto Saxophone – Earl TurbintonBaritone Saxophone – Louis HubertBass – Wilbert FreemanDrums – Sonny FreemanGuitar – Milton HopkinsPiano – Ron LevyTenor Saxophone – Bobby ForteTrombone – Joseph Burton*Trumpet – Ed Rowe*Vocals, Guitar – B.B. KingWritten-By – King*, Taub*

    5:26
L2     Hold On I'm Comin'

    Bass – Andy MusonDrums – Reggie FergusonElectric Piano – Pat RebillotFlute – Herbie MannGuitar – Sonny SharrockTenor Saxophone – David 'Fathead' Newman*Written-By – Hayes/Porter*

    4:00
L3     The Price You Got To Pay To Be Free

    Bass – Jimmy RowserCongas – Buck ClarkeDrums – Donald DeanGuitar – David Spinnoza*Vocals, Piano – Les McCannWritten-By – N. Adderley, Jr.*

    3:50
L4     Ain't No Mountain High Enough

    Bass – Terry PlumeriBass [Fender] – Jerry JemmottDrums – Grady TateElectric Piano – Richard TeeGuitar – Eric Gayle*Percussion – Ralph MacDonaldVocals, Piano – Roberta FlackWritten-By – N. Ashford/V. Simpson*

    4:25
L5     Somewhere

    Bass – Terry PlumeriBass [Fender] – Jerry JemmottDrums – Grady TateElectric Piano – Richard TeeGuitar – Eric Gayle*Percussion – Ralph MacDonaldVocals, Piano – Roberta FlackWritten-By – L. Bernstein*, S. Sondheim*




BLUE BEAT RECORDS SINGLES DISCOGRAPHY 300-424




300-325







326-350





BLUE BEAT RECORDS SINGLES DISCOGRAPHY 200-299



200-225




226-250





251-275






276-299




BLUE BEAT RECORDS SINGLES DISCOGRAPHY 100-199





100-125




mercredi 9 octobre 2019

BLUE BEAT RECORDS SINGLES DISCOGRAPHY 001-099




001-024




BLUE BEAT RECORDS 45'S REF 101 TO 400



Blue Beat Records was a record label that released Jamaican 
rhythm and blues and ska music in the United Kingdom in the 1960s. 
It led to the use of the word bluebeat as a generic term to describe 
all styles of early Jamaican music from R&B to ska, rocksteady and 
early reggae, including music not associated with the record label.





Prince Buster ‎– Ten Commandments / Buster's Welcome
Blue Beat ‎– 45/BB 167
Country:UK
Released:1963









BROTHER JACK MCDUFF THE NATURAL THING

CADET RECORDS 1968                                       LPS812



credits:

Brother Jack McDuff - organ
    Cliff Davis - flute, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone
    Roland Faulkner, Phil Upchurch - guitar
    unknown - drums
    unidentified brass 
arranged and conducted by Richard Evans (tracks 1-3, 5 & 6)

Recorded at the Ter Mar Studios, Chicago, April 1968
Recording Engineer Malcolm Chisholm
Producer Lew Futterman
Supervisor Richard Evans
Cover Design Ruyell Ho;Jerry Griffith


tracks list

A1 Let My People Go 3:55
Written-By – McDuff, Evans   
A2 Who Stole My Soul ? 3:45
Written-By – Eaton*, Satterfield*, Evans   
A3 L. David Sloan 4:05
Written-By – Martin*, Meshel
A4 Funky Guru 3:20
Written-By – Jack McDuff   
A5 Ain't It ? 3:15
Written-By – Richard Evans    
B1 The Natural Thing 6:15
Written-By – Jack McDuff
B2 Run On Home 5:30
Written-By – Jack McDuff   
B3 Con Alma 3:31
Written-By – Dizzy Gillespie   
B4 Rock Candy 5:50
Written-By – Jack McDuff








mardi 8 octobre 2019

BROTHER JACK MCDUFF WHO KNOWS WHAT TOMORROW'S GONNA BRING

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1970                          BST 84358


credits:

Brother Jack McDuff - organ
Randy Brecker, Olu Dara - trumpet
Dick Griffin, John Pierson - trombone
Paul Griffin - piano
Joe Beck - guitar
Tony Levin - electric bass
Donald McDonald - drums
Mike Mainieri - percussion
Ray Draper - percussion, vocals, tuba, arranger

Recorded at:
The Hit Factory, NYC, December 1,2,3 1970

tracks list:

A1 Who Knows What Tomorrow's Gonna Bring? 5:57
A2 Ya Ya Ya Ya Ya Ya 9:40
A3 Who's Pimpin' Who? 5:47
B1 Classic Funke 7:28
B2 Ya'll Remember Boogie? 4:52
B3 Wank's Thang 6:06







THE GEORGE BENSON QUARTET THE GEORGE BENSON COOKBOOK

COLUMBIA RECORDS 1966                              CS 9413

The George Benson Cookbook is the third album by 
jazz/soul guitarist George Benson to be produced by John Hammond.


credits:

Baritone Saxophone – Ronnie Cuber (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B2 to B5)
    Drums – Jimmy Lovelace, Marion Booker*
    Guitar – George Benson
    Organ [Featuring] – Lonnie Smith
    Trombone – Benny Green*
    Written-By – G. Benson* (tracks: A1 to A3, A5, B1, B3)



Produced by John Hammond
Recorded: August 1, & October 19, 1966 



tracks list:


A1 The Cooker 4:18
A2 Benny's Back 4:10
A3 Bossa Rocka 4:20
A4 All Of Me
Vocals – George Benson
Written-By – G. Marks*, S. Simons*
2:08
A5 Big Fat Lady 4:40
B1 Benson's Rider 5:30
B2 Ready And Able
Written-By – J. Smith*
3:32
B3 The Borgia Stick 3:05
B4 Return Of The Prodigal Son
Written-By – H. Ousley*
2:34
B5 Jumpin' With Symphony Sid
Written-By – L. Young*
6:33






GEORGE BENSON THE NEW BOSS GUITAR Of GEORGE BENSON

PRESTIGE RECORDS 1964                           PR 7310


credits:

George Benson - guitar
Jack McDuff - piano, organ
Red Holloway - tenor saxophone
Ronnie Boykins - bass
Montego Joe - drums
Joe Dukes - drums ("My Three Sons" only)


Recorded in New York; May 1, 1964.

Produced by Lew Futterman
The first solo album of George Benson.


Tracklisting:

A1. Shadow Dancers 4:45
A2. The Sweet Alice Blues 4:36
A3. I Don't Know 6:45
B1. Just Another Sunday 2:58
B2. Will You Still Be Mine? 4:25
B3. Easy Living 6:33
B4. Rock-A-Bye 3:55









lundi 7 octobre 2019

ALVIN CASH featuring THE REGISTERS The Charge / Diff'rent Strokes For Diff'rent Folks
















ALVIN CASH TWINE TIME

 
MAR V LUS RECORDS 1965                            MLP 1827 

credits:

Producer:
 Andre Williams (, Harold Burrage, M. Bland*, O. Hayes*

               
track list


A1 Shake A Tail Feather 2:27
A2 Twine Awhile 1:42
A3 Hawk Eye 2:38
A4 Bump 2:22
A5 Twine Time 2:23
A6 Fool That I Am 2:25
B1 Barracuda 2:19
B2 You Shot Me Thru The Grease 2:55
B3 In Need Of Love 2:40
B4 Burn Just A Hair 2:30
B5 Shake 2:30
B6 Do It One More Time 2:33




vendredi 4 octobre 2019

ALVIN CASH TWINE TIME (74')


A Heavy Funk remake of his 1965 hit.














GENE BARGE DANCE WITH DADDY "G"

CHECKER RECORDS 1965                                   LP 2994


Saxophonist / bandleader / producer / arranger / songwriter.

Barge achieved some notoriety in 1957 by blowing a haunting, distinctive solo on 
Chuck Willis's "C.C. Rider", a # 1 R&B hit. A later session with Chuck Willis in 
October 1957 provided another fine sax solo on "Betty and Dupree". King Curtis 
was clearly influenced by Barge. By 1960, Gene was working for the Legrand label 
in Norfolk, which was founded in 1958 by Frank Guida and Joe Royster. From his 
jazz and R&B connections, Guida assembled a group of local musicians to form a 
house band for Legrand's recording sessions. Barge and the aforementioned Nabs 
Shields were among them, alongside pianist Willie Burnell, trombonist Leonard 
Barks, bass player Ron "Junior" Fairley, guitarist Wayne Beckner and another 
tenor sax man, Earl Swanson, who was married to Ruth Brown at the time. It was 
this group, minus Swanson and Burnell, that recorded the instrumental "A Night 
With Daddy G (Parts 1 & 2)" in 1960. Co-written by Barge, Guida and Royster, 
the record (Legrand 1004) bubbled under the Billboard Hot 100 in February 1961 
and was credited to The Church Street Five. "Daddy G" became Barge's nickname.

 Recorded: Ter Mar Recording Studio, Chicago, Illinois
Engineer – Ron Malo
Producer – Gene Barge

tracks list

A1 I Feel Fine
Written-By – John Lennon-Paul McCartney*
A2 Shake
Written-By – Sam Cooke
A3 Fine Twine
Written-By – Gene Barge, Gerald Sims
A4 The Jerk
Written-By – Don Julian
A5 The Way You Do The Things You Do
Written-By – Rogers*, Robinson*
A6 The "In" Crowd
Written-By – Billy Page
B1 Twine Time
Written-By – Williams*, Rice*
B2 Come See About Me
Written-By – Holland, Dozier, Holland*
B3 Voice Your Choice
Written-By – Gerald Sims, M. McAlister*
B4 The Monkey Time
Written-By – C. Mayfield*
B5 It's All Over Now
Written-By – B. Womack*, S. Womack*
B6 How Sweet It Is To Be Love By You
Written-By – Holland, Dozier, Holland*









jeudi 3 octobre 2019

T-BONE WALKER T-BONE BLUES

ATLANTIC RECORDS 1959                                        8020


credits:


    Bass – Billy Hadnott (tracks: A2, A4, A5, B1, B2), Joe Comfort (tracks: A1, B3, B5)
    Drums – Earl Palmer (tracks: A1, B3, B5), Oscar Bradley* (tracks: A2, A4, A5, B1, B2)
    Guitar – Barney Kessel (tracks: A1, B3, B5), R.S. Rankin (tracks: A1, B3, B5)
    Guitar, Vocals – T-Bone Walker
    Piano – Lloyd Glenn (tracks: A2, A4, A5, B1, B2), Ray Johnson (tracks: A1, B3, B5)
    Tenor Saxophone – Plas Johnson (tracks: A1, B3, B5)

Producer – Nesuhi Ertegun

On "Two Bones And A Pick," R. S. Rankin plays the first guitar solo; Barney Kessel plays the second guitar solo; T-bone Walker plays the third guitar solo. The order of guitar solos is the same on "Blues Rock." The guitar solos on "Evenin'" are played by T-Bone Walker.

recorded session:

Andrew "Goon" Gardner, alto sax; Eddie Chamblee, tenor sax;
 McKinley Easton, baritone sax; John Young, piano; 
T-Bone Walker, guitar, vocals; Ransom Knowling, bass;
 Leroy Jackson, drums.
Chicago, IL, April 21, 1955
    Papa Ain't Salty
    T-Bone Shuffle

 Junior Wells, harmonica; "Jimmy Rogers", guitar; 
T-Bone Walker, guitar, vocals; 
Willie Dixon, bass;
 Francey Clay, drums.

    Play On Little Girl

Lloyd Glenn, piano; 
T-Bone Walker, guitar, vocals;
 Billy Hadnott, bass; 
Otis Lee Bradley, drums.
Los Angeles, CA, December 14, 1956
   Mean Old World   
T-Bone Blues   
Stormy Monday Blues
   Blues For Marili
   Shufflin' The Blues

 Plas Johnson, tenor sax; 
Ray Johnson, piano;
 Barney Kessel, R.S. Rankin, guitar; 
T-Bone Walker, guitar, vocals; 
Joe Comfort, bass; 
Earl Palmer, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, December 27, 1957
   Evenin'    
Two Bones And A Pick   
12 Bar Blues (as Blues Rock) (instrumental) 







 
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