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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 10 février 2020

ALBERT COLLINS LOVE CAN BE FOUND ANYWHERE ( EVEN IN A GUITAR)

IMPERIAL RECORDS 1968                             LP-12428
 
 
credits:
 
 Art Direction – Woody Woodward
    Producer, Arranged By – Bill Hall

     Record Company – Liberty Records, Inc.
    Record Company – Transamerica Corporation
 
 
 
 Tracklist

A1 Do The Sissy 4:04
A2 Collin's Mix 2:20
A3 Let's Get It Together 2:14
A4 Got A Good Thing Goin' 3:10
A5 Left Overs 2:08
A6 Doin' My Thing 1:35
B1 Let's Get It Together Again 2:38
B2 Ain't Got Time 3:00
B3 Turnin' On 2:47
B4 Whatcha Say (I Don't Know) 1:48
B5 Pushin' 2:20
B6 Stump Poker 2:35
 






dimanche 9 février 2020

PHIL UPCHURCH COMBO YOU CAN'T SIT DOWN!

BOYD RECORDS 1961                              UAL 3162

credits:

Phil Upchurch and his Combo 
(Upchurch, Muldrow, David Brooks, Mac Johnson and Joe Haddick)
recorded in New Orleans in 1960 and 
released in 1961 by Boyd Records (Boyd 3398) of Oklahoma


tracks list:

1. You Can't Sit Down (part One)
2. Oop Poop Adoo
3. Honest Injun
4. Pink Lollipop
5. Pogo
6. Cha Cha Cha Blues
7. You Can't Sit Down (part Two)
8. Straw Hat
9. Running Bear
10. Nothing But The Soul
11. Evad
12. Organ Boogie
13. Cha Cha Maracas
14. The Hog
15. That's Where It Is











ALBERT COLLINS THE COOL SOUND OF ALBERT COLLINS

TCF HALL RECORDS 1965                           TCF-8002




credits:

Alto Saxophone – Henry Hayes
Bass – Bill Johnson
Drums – Herbert Henderson
Guitar, Vocals, Written-By – Albert Collins
Organ – Walter McNeil
Tenor Saxophone – Big Tiny
Trumpet – Frank Mitchell

Producer – Bill Hall
All Tracks Originally recorded in Houston, Texas, 1962-'63,


tracks list:

A1 Frosty
A2 Hot N' Cold
A3 Frost Bite
A4 Tremble
A5 Thaw-Out
A6 Dyin' Flu
B1 Don't Lose Your Cool
B2 Backstroke
B3 Kool Aide
B4 Shiver N' Shake
B5 Icy Blue
B6 Sno-Cone II 










samedi 8 février 2020

JIMMY MCCRACKLIN THINK

IMPERIAL RECORDS 1965                          LP-12297   

credits:

Written-By – Jimmy McCracklin 

tracks list:

A1 Think 2:25
A2 Slightest Idea 2:18
A3 The Bitter & The Sweet 2:02
A4 Just Pretending 1:58
A5 My Best Friend 3:13
A6 Speak Up 2:18
B1 Steppin' Up In Class 2:31
B2 I'm The One 2:48
B3 My Life 2:28
B4 Head Over Flip 2:42
B5 Advice 2:39
B6 I'll See It Through 2:05









JIMMY McCRACKLIN THE STINGER MAN

MINIT RECORDS 1969                                   LP-24017 


 credits:

 Alto Saxophone – Thomas Scott
    Backing Vocals – Big Dee Irwin
    Baritone Saxophone – William Green
    Bass – Bob West
    Drums – Paul Humphrey, Pete Depoe
    Lead Guitar, Harmonica – Freddy Robinson*
    Piano, Organ – Monk Higgins
    Rhythm Guitar – Al Vescovo*
    Tenor Saxophone – Jack Nimitz
    Trombone – Bohanon*, Randy Aldcroft
    Trumpet – Fred Koyen
    Vibraphone, Percussion – Alan Estes

tracks list:

A1     Stinger     2:23
A2     You Ain't Nothing But A Devil     2:42
A3     I've Been Trying     2:43
A4     You're In My Book First     2:40
A5     Drown In My Own Tears     3:35
A6     I Had To Get With It     2:58
B1     What's Going On?     2:29
B2     You Know Who To Turn To     3:12
B3     I Likes Ya     3:10
B4     I Know You Know I Know     2:43
B5     How About That?     2:16
B6     Knock On Wood     3:02



 





vendredi 7 février 2020

JIMMY MCCRACKLIN LET'S GET TOGETHER

MINIT RECORDS 1968                                      LP40011



tracks list:

A1. Get together
A2. How you like your love
A3. Pay before you get
A4. Believe in me
A5. The walk
A6. Advise
B1. Walk right in
B2. Dog (part 1)
B3. Pretty little sweet thing
B4. You're the one
B5. Just got to know
B6. A and I (Part 1)





JIMMY MCCRACKLIN DOG


MINIT RECORDS 1967


Part1



Part 2






HERBIE MANN MEMPHIS UNDERGROUND

ATLANTIC RECORDS 1968                             SD 1522 


credits:

Herbie Mann Flute 
Roy Ayers Vibes, Conga on "Battle Hymn of the Republic" 
Larry Coryell Guitar 
Sonny Sharrock Guitar 
Miroslav Vitous- "Fender bass" on "Hold On, I'm Comin'"  
The Memphis rhythm section;
Reggie Young Guitar 
Bobby Emmons Organ 
Bobby Wood Electric and Acoustic Piano 
Gene Christman Drums 
Tommy Cogbill or Mike Leech- "Fender bass"
(individual tracks not specified) 

American Sound Studios, Memphis, TN, August 20, 1968
 Engineer [Recording] – Tom Dowd 


tracks listing:

A1     Memphis Underground     7:07
A2     New Orleans     2:05
A3     Hold On, I'm Comin'
Bass [Fender] – Miroslav Vitous 8:52
B1     Chain Of Fools     10:42
B2     Battle Hymn Of The Republic
Congas – Roy Ayers


 


jeudi 6 février 2020

HERBIE MANN AT THE VILLAGE GATE

ATLANTIC RECORDS 1961                          SD1380

credits:

Herbie Mann - flutes
    Hagood Hardy - vibraharp
    Ahmed Abdul-Malik - bass
    Ray Mantilla - conga and percussion
    Chief Bey - African drum and percussion
    Rudy Collins - drums
    Ben Tucker - additional bass (and solo) on "Comin' Home"
    Willis Conover - liner notes

recorded at:

The "Village Gate", NYC,
 November 17, 1961

tracks list:

A1 Comin' Home Baby 8:37
A2 Summertime 10:18
B1 It Ain't Necessarily So 19:55








PUCHO AND THE LATIN SOUL BROTHERS YAINA

RIGHT-ON RECORDS 1971                             PRO 5000 


credits :

Bass – Ernie Adams
Bongos – Bobby Appellaniz*
Congas – Cadillac Joe Armstrong*
Design – Cecil Elombe Brath, Robert A. Gumbs
Drums – Harry Gist (tracks: B4)
Drums, Timbales – Pucho*
Flute – Harold Jazzbo Alexander*
Guitar – Leo Williams
Liner Notes – Guy Colsten
Percussion – Butch Johnson, Richard Landrum
Piano – Jack Burvick*
Producer – Carl Proctor, Ronnie Proctor
Saxophone – Eddie Pasante* (tracks: A2, A3, B1, B3, B4)
Trumpet – Al Pasante* (tracks: A1 to B3)
Vibraphone – Willie (Yam) Bivins*

Engineer – Jack Adams
Engineer [Backup] – Dave Ragno, Don Martin
Recorded at The Record Plant            
Producer – Carl Proctor, Ronnie Proctor

Photography [Cover, Back] – Ronnie Brathwaite


track list:
A1        Cease The Bombing
Written-By – Niel Creque*
A2        Chitterlings Con Carne
Written-By – Kenny Burrell
A3        Homeland
Written-By – Harold Alexander, Jack Burvick*
A4        Yaina
Written-By – Arthur Sterling
B1        Inside The Corn
Written-By – Pucho*
B2        Naima
Written-By – John Coltrane
B3        San Juan 2000
Written-By – Arthur Sterling
B4        Hard Hats
Written-By – Ray Rivera




PUCHO AND THE LATIN SOUL BROTHERS TOUGH!

PRESTIGE RECORDS 1966                        PR 7471 


credits and sessions recording:

 Vincent McEwan (tp) Claude Bartee (ts) William Bivens (vib)
John Spruill (p) Jon Hart (b) Richie "Pablo" Landrum (cga) 
Norberto Apellaniz (bgo) Henry Pucho Brown (tim)

Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, February 15, 1966

Cantaloupe Island
Walk On By
Vietnam Mambo
Just For Kicks
The Shadow Of Your Smile
Strange Thing Mambo
Goldfinger
Yesterday
And I Love Her

tracks listing:
    1. Cantaloupe Island  [Hancock] 3:45
2. Walk On By  [Bacharach/David] 2:35
3. Just For Kicks  [Phillips] 2:36
4. And I Love Her  [Lennon/McCartney] 3:40
5. Vietnam Mambo  [Pucho] 3:25
6. The Shadow Of Your Smile  [Mandel/Webster] 5:08
7. Strange Thing Mambo  [Sterling] 2:30
8. Goldfinger  [Barry/Bricuss/Newley] 5:06
9. Yesterday  [Lennon/McCartney] 3:06


   


jeudi 23 janvier 2020

THE LATIN SOULS TIGER BOO-GA-LOO

KAPP RECORDS 1968                                             KL-3553

Paul Serrano & The Latin Souls


tracks list:


A1 I've Got You 2:32
A2 The Way You Look Tonight 2:30
A3 Pata Pata 3:20
A4 You've Been Talking About Me Baby 3:04
A5 The Latin Souls Theme 3:22
B1 Tiger Boo-Ga-Loo 3:40
B2 A Song Called Soul 2:58
B3 When I Fall In Love 2:58
B4 Look But Don't Touch 3:11
B5 Blowin' In The Wind







THE LATIN SOULS BOO-GA-LOO & SHING A LING

KAPP RECORDS 1967                                       KS-3524



trackslist:


 A1 The Party Is Over 3:15  
A2 Guajira Controversial 4:30  
A3 Hey Lulu! 2:46  
A4 Fly Me To The Moon 4:05  
A5 A Place In The Sun 2:34  
B1 Que Va 6:29  
B2 In The Midnight Hour    3:56  
B3 La Banda 3:32  
B4 Latin Soul Descarga 5:02








 

mardi 21 janvier 2020

HERBIE HANCOCK MAIDEN VOYAGE

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1965                             BST 84195 


credits:

             
Bass – Ron Carter
    Drums – Anthony Williams
      Piano, Written-By – Herbie Hancock
       Tenor Saxophone – George Coleman
    Trumpet – Freddie Hubbard

Photography By [Cover], Design – Reid Miles


  Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
 Englewood Cliffs, NJ, March 17, 1965


tracks list:

A1  Maiden Voyage 7:55   
A2 The Eye Of The Hurricane 5:55   
A3 Little One 8:47   
B1 Survival Of The Fittest 10:04   
B2 Dolphin Dance 9:18








BLUE NOTE A STORY OF MODERN JAZZ


Blue Note - A Story of Modern Jazz (TV 1997)
TV Movie  -  113 min  -  Documentary | Music  -  (vostfr)
Directors: Julian Benedikt, Andreas Morell
Writer: Julian Benedikt
Stars: Freddie Hubbard, Gil Melle, Herbie Hancock | See full cast and crew


PUCHO AND THE LATINS SOUL BROTHERS SHUCKIN' AND JIVIN'

PRESTIGE RECORDS 1967                       PRST 7528
 
 
 
credits:
 
 Vincent McEwan, trumpet;
Claude Bartee, tenor sax;
William Bivens, vibes;
Neal Creque, piano;
Jimmy Phillips, electric bass;
Cecil Jackson, congas;
Norberto Apellaniz, bongos;
Pucho, timbales;
Jackie Soul, vocals;
The Soul Sisters.

Producer – Don Schlitten
Recorded By – Richard Alderson
Recorded in studio in the presence of 20-or-so spectators.
NYC, August 9, 1967  


tracklist:

A1 Shuckin' And Jivin' 2:35
A2 Dearly Beloved 3:47
A3 Return To Me 5:48
A4 See See Rider 3:44
B1 You Are My Sunshine 3:32
B2 Swing Thing 2:24
B3 How Insensitive 4:43
B4 Maiden Voyage 5:36








jeudi 16 janvier 2020

SARAH VAUGHAN VIVA! VAUGHAN

  MERCURY RECORDS                                          SR 60941  

Viva! Vaughan is a 1965 studio album by Sarah Vaughan, 
orchestrated and conducted by Frank Foster, 
and produced by Quincy Jones.

credits:

Sarah Vaughan – vocals
Jerome Richardson – flute
Wayne Andre – trombone
Dick Hixson – bass trombone
Bernard Eichen – violin
Barry Galbraith – guitar
Bob James – piano
Willie Bobo – percussion
Bobby Donaldson – drums
George Duvivier – double bass

Frank Foster – arranger, conductor
Quincy Jones – producer

Recorded August 13-18, 1964

tracks list:

A1 The Boy From Impanema
A2 Fascinating Rhythm
A3 Night Song 
(From The Broadway Musical Production "Golden Boy")
A4 Mr. Lucky
A5 Fever
A6 Shiny Stockings
B1 Avalon
B2 Tea For Two
B3 Quiet Nights (Corcovado)
B4 Stompin' At The Savoy
B5 Moment Of Truth
B6 Jive Samba






DAVE PIKE MANHATTAN LATIN

        DECCA RECORDS 1964                                  DL 4568           

                                    

credits:

Bass – Israel "Cachao" López (tracks: A1 to A3, A5, B1, B4),
Jack Six (tracks: A4, A6, B2, B3)
Congas – Carlos "Patato" Valdes
Drums – Willie Bobo
Flugelhorn – Ray Copeland
Flute – Joseph Grimaldi (tracks: A4, A6, B2, B3)
Guitar – Attila Zoller (tracks: A4, A6, B2, B3)
Percussion – Bobby Thomas (2) (tracks: A2, A3, A5, B1)
Piano – Chick Corea (tracks: A1 to A3, A5, B1, B4), 
Don Friedman (tracks: A4, A6, B2, B3)
Tenor Saxophone, Piccolo Flute – Hubert Laws (tracks: A2, A3, A5, B1)
Trumpet – Dave Burns
Vibraphone, Marimba – Dave Pike


track list:

A1 Baby        
A2 Que Mal Es Querer        
A3 Not A Tear        
A4 Mambo Dinero        
A5 Montuno Orita        
A6 Aphrodite        
B1 La Playa        
B2 Latin Blues        
B3 South Seas        
B4 Sandunga        
B5 Dream Garden        
B6 Vikki






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WILLIE BOBO FEELIN' SO GOOD

VERVE RECORDS 1966                             V6-8669 


credits and :

Willie Bobo (per) and others

NYC, September 27,28, 1966

Engineer - Val Valentin
Producer - Pete Spagro , Teddy Reig


track list:

A1 Sunshine Superman  2:57     
A2 Call Me 2:30    
A3 Dichoso 3:17    
A4 Sunny 2:48    
A5 Reza 2:50    
B1 Feelin' So Good 2:58    
B2 Yesterday 2:04    
B3 Sockit To Me 3:25    
B4 Tahiti 1:50    
B5 To Be With You 2:51 
B6 Li'l Red Riding Hood 3:01    






mercredi 15 janvier 2020

THE HORACE SILVER QUINTET QUE PASA

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1965                  single 45-1913


Credits:

 Carmell Jones, trumpet;
Joe Henderson, tenor sax;
Horace Silver, piano;
Teddy Smith, bass;
Roger Humphries, drums.

recorded at:
Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, October 26, 1964

 Side A
  

Side B
  




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