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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...."

samedi 30 novembre 2019

GENE CHANDLER DUKE OF EARL

VEE JAY RECORDS 1962                                      SR1040

credits:

Producer – Bill Sheppard

tracks list:


A1 Duke Of Earl
A2 Stand By Me
A3 Festival Of Love
A4 Daddy's Home
A5 I Wake Up Cryin'
A6 Turn On Your Love Light
B1 Nite Owl
B2 I'll Follow You
B3 Big Lie
B4 Kissin' In The Kitchen
B5 So Many Ways
B6 Lonely Island








vendredi 29 novembre 2019

GEORGE BENSON IT'S UPTOWN WITH THE GEORGE BENSON QUARTET

COLUMBIA RECORD 1966                                    CS 9325

George Benson's second album and the first to be 
produced by John Hammond. Recorded after his move to CBS

credits:

George Benson - guitar
Ronnie Cuber - baritone saxophone
Bennie Green - trombone
Lonnie Smith - organ
Jimmy Lovelace - drums

recorded 
New York City: January 10, 1966 and February 9, 1966

tracks list:

A1 Clockwise
Written-By – G. Benson*
4:25
A2 Summertime
Vocals – George Benson
Written-By – D. Heyward*, G. Gershwin*
2:22
A3 Ain't That Peculiar
Written-By – M. Tarplin*, R. Rogers*, 
W. Robinson*, W. Moore*
2:54
A4 Jaguar
Written-By – G. Benson*
2:44
A5 Willow Weep For Me
Written-By – A. Ronell*
7:37
A6 A Foggy Day
Vocals – George Benson
Written-By – G. Gershwin*, I. Gershwin*
2:31
B1 Hello Birdie
Written-By – G. Benson*
3:58
B2 Bullfight
Written-By – G. Benson*
3:46
B3 Stormy Weather
Vocals – George Benson
Written-By – H. Arlen*, T. Koehler*
2:55
B4 Eternally
Written-By – G. Benson*







GEORGE BENSON GIBLET GRAVY

VERVE RECORDS 1967                                    V6-8749


credits:

Baritone Saxophone – Pepper Adams
Bass – Bob Cranshaw (tracks: A2, A4, A5), 
Ron Carter (tracks: A1, A3, B1 to B4)
Congas, Tambourine – Johnny Pacheco
Drums – Billy Cobham, Jr.
Flugelhorn – Jimmy Owens
Guitar – Carl Lynch (tracks: A1, A3, B1 to B4), 
Eric J. Gale (tracks: A2, A4, A5)
Lead Guitar – George Benson
Piano – Herbie Hancock
Trombone [Bass] – Alan Raph
Trumpet – Ernie Royal, Snookie Young*, Jimmy Owens
Vocals – Albertine Robinson, Eileen Gilbert, Lois Winter

Producer – Esmond Edwards
Conductor – Tom McIntosh
Liner Notes – Nat Hentoff
Photography By [Cover] – Daniel Kramer (2)
Arranged By – Tom McIntosh
Art Direction – Acy R. Lehman*

Recorded February 1967 at A&R Recording Studios and 
Capitol Recording Studio in New York City.
Engineer – Val Valentin

tracks list:

A1 Along Comes Mary
Written-By – Almer*
2:58
A2 Sunny
Written-By – Hebb*
2:35
A3 What's New?
Written-By – Haggart*, Burke*
5:24
A4 Giblet Gravy
Written-By – Benson*
4:42
A5 Walk On By
Written-By – Bacharach*
3:21
B1 Thunder Walk
Written-By – Ousley*
4:38
B2 Sack Of Woe
Written-By – Adderley*
3:03
B3 Groovin'
Written-By – Brigati*, Cavaliere*
2:40
B4 Low Down And Dirty
Written-By – Benson*
8:28






DONALD BYRD BLACKJACK

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1967                     BST 84259 


credits:

      Bass – Walter Booker
    Drums – Billy Higgins
      Piano – Cedar Walton
    Producer – Alfred Lion
    Saxophone [Alto] – Sonny Red
    Saxophone [Tenor] – Hank Mobley
    Trumpet – Donald Byrd    

    Producer – Alfred Lion
recorded at:
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs,
 NJ, January 9, 1967
Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder 


track list:

A1         Blackjack     6:14    
A2         West Of The Pecos     5:17    
A3         Loki     5:51    
B1         Eldorardo     7:58    
B2         Beale Street     5:24    
B3         Pentatonic     4:57





mercredi 27 novembre 2019

EDDIE PALMIERI SUPERIMPOSITION

TICO RECORDS 1969                                       SLP 1194


credits:

Eddie Palmieri – piano
    Ismael Quintana – vocals
    Arturo Campa – chorus
    Justo Betancourt – chorus
    Elliot Romero – chorus
    José Rodrigues – trombone
    Lewis Kahn – trombone
    Alfredo "Chocolate" Armenteros – trumpet
    Nicky Marrero – timbales
    Eladio Pérez – conga drums
    Tommy "Choki" López – bongo drums
    Manny Oquendo – timbales, bongo drums (invited guest)
    Roberto Franquiz – bell
    Rudy Calzado – percussion

Technical

    Miguel Estivill – producer, coordinator
    Fred Weinberg – engineer



tracks list:

A1 La Malanga 4:25
A2 Pa' Huele 4:35
A3 Bilongo 6:00
B1 Que Lindo Eso, Eh! 7:43
B2 Chocolate Ice Cream 6:12
B3 17.1 7:20








lundi 25 novembre 2019

JIMMY McGRIFF A THING TO COME BY

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



 


 link



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JIMMY MCGRIFF & GROOVE HOLMES GIANTS OF THE ORGAN COME TOGETHER

GROOVE MERCHANT RECORDS                      GM520


credits:

 Art Direction – Sam Alexander
    Congas – Kwasi Jayourba
    Drums – Bernard Purdie
    Guitar – George Freeman, O'Donel Levy
    Organ – Jimmy McGriff, Groove Holmes*
 
Lacquer Cut At – Bell Sound Studios
Engineer [Recording] – Malcolm Addey
Producer – Sonny Lester



tracks listing:

 A1 Licks A' Plenty 6:57
A2 Out Of Nowhere 8:51
A3 The Squirrel 5:19
B1 Finger Lickin' Good    6:17
B2 How High The Moon 7:00
B3 Things Ain't What They Used To Be 6:48




JIMMY MCGRIFF AND RICHARD GROOVE HOLMES GIANTS OF THE ORGAN IN CONCERT

GROOVE MERCHANT 1973                        GM3300

2 × Vinyl, LP, Gatefold Sleeve 


credits:

Drums – Mike Moss 
Guitar – Leon Cook, Mark Elf, O'Donel Levy
Organ – Jimmy McGriff, Groove Holmes
Percussion – Kwasi Jayourba
Written-By – J. McGriff, G. Holmes

Recorded Live at:
 Paul's Mall; Boston, Massachusetts: 1973
Engineer [Recording] – Malcolm Addey
Mastered By – Sam Feldman
Producer – Sonny Lester


tracks list:


A1 The Preacher's Tune 11:05
A2 Bean's 6:47
B1 Mozambique 15:52
B2 Closing Theme 2:32
C1 Brown Bread 9:45
C2 Talk To Me 10:52
D1 Boston Whaler 12:52
D2 Chopper 8:53








samedi 23 novembre 2019

JIMMY McGRIFF BLUES FOR MISTER JIMMY

 
     SUE RECORDS 1964                                SUE LP 1039       

credits:
 
Jimmy McGriff (organ)
Larry Frazier (guitar)
Jimmie Smith (drums)

New York: c. 1964

Written-By :
 Jimmy McGriff (tracks: A1 to B1, B3, B4) 

tracks list:

A1 Discotheque U.S.A. 3:21
A2 Cash Box     3:39
A3 Blues For Joe 3:00
A4 Blues For Mr. Jimmy 4:52
A5 The Dog (You Dog) 3:25
B1 Bump De Bump 3:37
B2 The Party's Over
Written-By – Green*, Comden   
B3 Turn Blue 4:36
B4 Sho' Nuff 3:51



      

DARRELL NULISCH THE WHOLE TRUTH


        SEVERN RECORDS  1998                              CD 0003         



credits:


 Darrell Nulisch (vocals, harmonica); Jon Moeller, David Earl (guitar)
; Jacques Johnson (tenor saxophone); Michael Fitzhugh,
Eric McMillan (trumpet);Douglas Gilchrist (trombone); 
Benjie Porecki (keyboards);Steve Gomes (bass);
Robb Stupka (drums); Ricardo Monzon (percussion);
Marjorie Clark, Deirdre Wright, Natalie Jackson (background vocals).




Recorded at My Generation Studio, Somerville, Massachussetts.
Engineer     Chris Rival





track list:


TRACK LISTING
1. There Goes That Train
R. C. Hammond, Selma Music Corporation - BMI
2. Stop Thinking Take (Start Thinking Give)
D. Nulisch & S. Gomes, Nugo Publishing/DE Music - BMI
3. There It Is
D. Nulisch & S. Gomes, Nugo Publishing/DE Music -BMI
4. I'm A Lover
C. Bevel & J. Mabone, Irving Music, Inc. - BMI
5. At-Cha-Mama-Nims
D. Nulisch & S. Gomes, Nugo Publishing/DE Music - BMI
6. Telephone Blues
S. Ling & G. Smith, Powerforce Music - BMI
7. One Night Lover
D. Nulisch & S. Gomes, Nugo Publishing/DE Music - BMI
8. Like Reed
D. Nulisch & S. Gomes, Nugo Publishing/DE Music -BMI
9. Love Me Like You Mean It
B. Gist & M. Greene, Screen Gems-EMI Music, Inc. - BMI
10. There's A Sad Story Here
W. Robinson, Jr., Jobette Music Co., Inc. - BMI
11. Wait For Me
D. Nulisch & S. Gomes, Nugo Publishing/DE Music - BMI
12. Lyla Tov (Good Night)
B. Porecki, Funklove Productions/Nugo Publishing/DE Music - BMI











link


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DARRELL NULISH I LIKE IT THAT WAY









SEVERN RECORDS 2000                  CD-0007


Texas blues singer covers a variety of styles on the follow-up 
to his critically acclaimed album "The Whole Truth," 
focusing on emotional, expressive & powerful soul/blues music.

credits and session recording:

Recorded at My Generation, Somerville, Massachusetts &
Omega Studios, Rockville, Maryland.

Personnel: Darrell Nulisch (vocals, harmonica); Jon Moeller (guitar);
Scott Young (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone);
Scott Silbert (tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone);
Chris Walker , Tom Williams (trumpet); John Jensen (trombone); 
Benjie Porecki (keyboards); Rob Stupka (drums);
Alejandro Lucini (percussion); Jesse Yawn, Big Joe Maher (background vocals).

Recording information: My Generation, Somerville, MA; Omega Studios, MD.

Personnel includes: Darrell Nulisch (vocals, harmonica); Jon Moeller (guitar);
Scott Silbert (tenor & baritone saxophones); Benjie Porecki (keyboards); 
Steve Gomes (bass); Robb Stupka (drums); Joe Maher, Jessie Yawn (background vocals).

Producers: Darrell Nulisch, David Earl, Steve Gomes.
         

tracks:


1    You Tore My Playhouse Down           
2    Getaway Place           
3    After All           
4    Love Changes Things           
5    Worried Dream           
6    I Like Your Style           
7    Where My Baby Is           
     8    Once In a Lifetime Love           
     9    Mean Old World           
10    Trick or Treat 


 


link


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DARRELL NULISCH AND TEXAS HEAT BUSINESS AS USUAL


       BLACK TOP RECORDS  1991



credits:

Darrell Nulisch & Texas Heat: Darrell Nulisch (vocals, harp);
 Jon Moeller (guitar); Steve Gomes (bass); David Olson (drums).

Additional personnel: Bruce Eisensohn (piano, organ);
 Mark Kazanoff (saxophone); Keith Winkling (trumpet).


Producer Hammond Scott
Engineer Jay Gallagher; Trina Shoemaker

Recorded April 1991 at Ultrasonic Studios, New Orleans, Louisiana.


tracks list:


1 Count On Me
2 Just Around The Corner
3 Love and War
4 Beggin' You to Leave
5 Teach Me How To Love You
6 Love Attack
7 Orange Soda
8 Pouring Water On a Drowning Man
9 Inside Out
10 Business As Usual
11 I Can't Be Satisfied
12 Won't Throw It All Away










vendredi 22 novembre 2019

DARRELL NULISCH TIMES LIKE THESE

SEVERN RECORDS 2003                                    CD-0020 



credits:


         darrell nulisch     vocals and harmonica
jon moeller     guitars
steve gomes     bass
robb stupka     drums
benjie porecki     keyboards
steve cyphers & robb stupka     percussions
david maxwell     piano track 3
willie henderson     horn arranger & conductor
tommy williams and Kenny rittenhouse     trumpets & flügelhorns
bruce swain, jeff antoniak & scott young     saxophones and flutes
scott silbert     baritone sax
john jensen     trombone
   
darrell nulisch, steve gomes & david earl     producers


track list:

  lonely man     m. campbell / r. lyons
handle it with care     d. nulisch / s. gomes
something else     d. nulisch / s. gomes
don't look back     w. robinson/r. white
good thing     d. nulisch / s. gomes
running out     n. ashford / v. simpson
the snow is falling     r. charles
times like these     d. nulisch / s. gomes
breaking out     d. nulisch / s. gomes
i found love     copyright control
that's a good idea     o. redding
right here at home     d. nulisch / s. gomes



  




LITTLE WALTER THE BEST OF

CHESS RECORDS 1957                                LP 1428

Compilation

Notes:

 Recorded At – Sheldon Recording Studios, Inc.

All tracks rec. Chicago. Dates:
A6, B1: 12/5/1952
A2, B2: 10/1952
B3, B6: 1/1953
A3, A5: 1953
B4, B5: 14/7/1954
A4: late 1954
A1: 25/1/1955 


tracks listing:

 A1 My Babe 2:52
Written-By – Dixon*
A2 Sad Hours 2:37
Written-By – Jacobs*
A3 You're So Fine 2:49
Written-By – Jacobs*
A4 Last Night 3:23
Written-By – Jacobs*
A5 Blues With A Feeling 3:08
Written-By – Jacobs*
A6 Can't Hold Out Much Longer 2:59
Written-By – Jacobs*
B1 Juke 2:47
Written-By – Jacobs*
B2 Mean Old World 2:57
B3 Off The Wall 3:01
Written-By – Jacobs
B4 You Better Watch Yourself     3:23
B5 Blue Lights 3:08
Written-By – Jacobs*
B6 Tell Me Mamma 2:40
Written-By – Jacobs*







MARVIN GAYE AND TAMMI TERRELL YOU'RE ALL I NEED

TAMLA RECORDS 1968                                      TS284


You're All I Need is the second studio album by soul musicians
Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell, released in August 1968 on
Motown-subsidiary label Tamla Records.

credits:

Lead (and additional background) vocals by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell
Background vocals by Nickolas Ashford, Valerie Simpson,
The Originals, The Andantes and The Spinners
Instrumentation by The Funk Brothers

Producer
Harvey Fuqua
Johnny Bristol
Ashford & Simpson
Robert Gordy

Released: August 1968
Recorded: 1966–1967


tracks list:

A1 Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing 2:12
A2 Keep On Lovin' Me Honey 2:28
A3 You're All I Need To Get By 2:47
A4 Baby Don'tcha Worry 2:50
A5 You Ain't Livin' Till You're Lovin' 2:45
A6 Give In, You Just Can't Win 2:45
B1 When Love Comes Knocking At My Heart 2:27
B2 Come On And See Me 2:26
B3 I Can't Help But Love You 2:45
B4 That's How It Is (Since You've Been Gone) 2:58
B5 I'll Never Stop Loving You Baby 2:59
B6 Memory Chest 2:52





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