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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...."

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
  




HORACE SILVER QUINTET SONG FOR MY FATHER

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1964                           BLP 4185 

credits:

Tracks 1, 2, 4, 5
    Horace Silver — piano
    Carmell Jones — trumpet
    Joe Henderson — tenor saxophone
    Teddy Smith — bass
    Roger Humphries — drums

Tracks 3, 6-10
    Horace Silver — piano
    Blue Mitchell — trumpet exc. tracks 6, 8
    Junior Cook — tenor saxophone exc. tracks 6, 8
    Gene Taylor — bass
    Roy Brooks — drums

Recorded 
October 31, 1963; January 28 and October 26, 1964
Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs

tracks list:

A1 Song For My Father        
A2 The Natives Are Restless Tonight        
A3 Calcutta Cutie        
B1 Que Pasa        
B2 The Kicker        
B3 Lonely Woman


    
  

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LEE MORGAN ¡CARAMBA!

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1968                          BST 84289


¡Caramba! is an album by jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan, 
released on the Blue Note label in 1968. It features 
performances by Morgan, Bennie Maupin, Cedar Walton, 
Reggie Workman and Billy Higgins with arrangements by Cal Massey.


credits:


Lee Morgan - trumpet
Bennie Maupin - tenor saxophone
Cedar Walton - piano
Reggie Workman - bass
Billy Higgins - drums
Cal Massey - arranger



Producer – Francis Wolff

Recorded By   Rudy Van Gelder
Released 1968
Recorded May 3, 1968
Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs


tracks list:


A1 Caramba 12:20
A2 Suicide City 7:32
B1 Cunning Lee 6:07
B2 Soulita 5:33
B3 Helen's Ritual 6:23






LEE MORGAN TARU

BLUE NOTE RECORDS                              LT-1031



Taru is an album recorded by jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan, 
recorded in 1968, but not released on the Blue Note label
until 1980. The album features performances by Morgan,
Bennie Maupin, John Hicks, George Benson, 
Reggie Workman and Billy Higgins.


credits:


Lee Morgan - trumpet
Bennie Maupin - tenor saxophone
John Hicks - piano
George Benson - guitar
Reggie Workman - bass
Billy Higgins - drums


Engineer  Rudy Van Gelder
Engineer [Re-mix]  Tony Sestanovich
Producer [Original Session]  Duke Pearson, Frank Wolff*
Producer [Produced For Release]  Michael Cuscuna

Recorded
 on February 15, 1968 at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey



tracks list:


"Avotcja One" (Hicks) - 6:45
"Haeschen" - 6:13
"Dee Lawd" - 5:52
"Get Yourself Together (Get Yo'self Togetha)" - 6:27
"Taru, What's Wrong with You" (Massey) - 5:20
"Durem" - 7:28








mardi 14 janvier 2020

GRANT GREEN LIVE AT THE LIGHTHOUSE

BLUE NOTE RECORDS 1972                       BN-LA037-G2

2 × Vinyl, LP, Album 


credits:

Grant Green - guitar
Claude Bartee - soprano sax, tenor sax
Gary Coleman - vibes
Shelton Laster - organ
Wilton Felder - electric bass
Greg Williams - drums
Bobbye Porter Hall - percussion
Hank Stewart - announcer

Recorded April 21, 1972
 At – The Lighthouse, Hermosa Beach


tracks list:

A1 Introduction - Hank Stewart 1:34
A2 Windjammer
A3 Betcha By Golly Wow
B1 Introduction - Hank Stewart 0:38
B2 Fancy Free
C1 Introduction - Hank Stewart 0:21
C2 Flood In Franklin Park
D1 Introduction - Ed Hamilton 0:57
D2 Jan Jan
D3 Introduction - Hank Stewart 0:26
D4 Walk In The Night





CHARLIE CHALMERS SAX & THE SINGLE GIRL

CHESS RECORDS 1967                                         LPS 1518


credits:

Arranged By – Rick Hall & Staff
Baritone Saxophone – Floyd Newman
Bass – David Hood
Drums – Roger Hawkins
Guitar – Albert Lowe, Jr.*, Jimmy Johnson 
Organ – Carl Banks
Piano – Lindon Oldham*
Tenor Saxophone  
Aaron Vernell, Andrew Love, Charlie Chalmers*
Trumpet  
Gene (Bowlegs) Miller*, Wayne Jackson

Design [Album] – Jerry Griffith
Liner Notes – Jerry Wexler
Photography By [Cover] – Don S. Bronstein*
Supervised By [Album Supervision] – Max Cooperstein

Engineer [Recording], Producer – Rick Hall


tracks list:

A1 Take Me (Just As I Am)
Written By – Penn & Oldham
4:10
A2 Satisfaction
Written By – Jagger & Richard
2:16
A3 Groovin'
Written By – Cavaliere & Brigati
2:34
A4 Two In The Morning
Written By – Oldham, Hawkins & Lowe
2:36
A5 Velvet Soul
Written By – Miller
2:43
A6 Night Rumble
Written By – Thompson
2:03
B1 A Whiter Shade Of Pale
Written By – Reed & Brooker
2:39
B2 Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon
Written By – Diamond
2:16
B3 Poppin'
Written By – Love, Newman & Miller
2:20
B4 The Sidewinder
Written By – Morgan
2:37
B5 Wooley Bulley
Written By – Samudio
2:17
B6 Soulin'
Written By – Ch




 





dimanche 12 janvier 2020

GLADYS KNIGHT AND THE PIPS LETTER FULL OF TEARS

FURY RECORDS 1962                            FULP 1003


credits:

arrangements: Horace Ott
Production:  Bobby Robinson and Marshall Sehorn

tracks list:

A1 Letter Full Of Tears    
A2 You Broke Your Promise    
A3 Operator    
A4 I'll Trust You    
A5 Morning,Noon & Night    
A6 I Really Didn't Mean It    
B1 Every Beat Of My Heart    
B2 Room In Your Heart    
B3 Guess Who    
B4 Runnin' Around    
B5 Darlin'    
B6 What Shall I Do?


 




vendredi 10 janvier 2020

BIG JOE TURNER & ROMFUL OF BLUES BLUE TRAIN

MUSE RECORDS 1983                                MR 5293


credits:

 Alto Saxophone – Rich Lataille
    Arranged By – Al Copley, Doug James , Greg Piccolo
    Arranged By [Assisting] – D. Stuart Hemmingway Jr.
    Art Direction – W. Dale Cramer
    Baritone Saxophone – Doug James
    Bass – Preston Hubbard (tracks: A1 to B2, B4)
    Bass [Fender] – Preston Hubbard (tracks: B3)
    Drums – John Rossi
    Guitar – Ronnie Earl
    Piano – Al Copley (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B4), Dr. John (tracks: A5)
    Tenor Saxophone – Greg Piccolo
    Trombone – Porky Cohen
    Trumpet – Bob Enos
    Vocals – Big Joe Turner (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to B2, B4)

Recorded at JAC Studio, NYC on January 26, 1983.
Engineer – Malcolm Addey
Producer – Bob Porter, Doc Pomus

tracklist:

 A1 Crawdad Hole 3:22
A2 Red Sails In The Sunset 3:00
A3 Cocka-Doodle Doo 2:51
A4 Jumpin' For Joe 3:54
A5 I Want A Little Girl 4:11
B1 Blues Train 3:47
B2 I Know You Love Me 6:56
B3 Last Night 4:41
B4 I Love The Way (My Baby Sings The Blues) 4:47







THE ISLEY BROTHERS THIS OLD HEART OF MINE


TAMLA RECORDS 1966                                         T 269 


credits:

   Liner Notes – Ed Aaranoff
    Producer – Holland & Dozier (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to B5)
    Songwriter – Holland-Dozier-Holland (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to B5)

track list:


A1 Nowhere To Run        
A2 Stop! In The Name Of Love        
A3 This Old Heart Of Mine (Is Weak For You)
    Written-By – Sylvia Moy
A4 Take Some Time Out For Love
    Producer – Robert Gordy
    Written-By – Robert Gordy, Thomas Kemp    
A5 I Guess I'll Always Love You        
A6 Baby Don't You Do It        
B1 Who Could Ever Doubt My Love        
B2 Put Yourself In My Place
    Written-By – John Thornton (3)
B3 I Hear A Symphony        
B4 Just Ain't Enough Love        
B5 There's No Love Left
    Written-By – James Dean (3)    
B6 Seek And You Shall Find 









                          
                     

THE ISLEY BROTHERS SHOUT!

RCA VICTOR RECORDS 1959                            LPM-2156


credits:

the Isley Brothers :vocal
 ecorded In RCA Victor's Studio A, New York City.
    Engineer [Recording] – Ray Hall
    Liner Notes, Producer – Hugo & Luigi

 Tracklist:

A1 When The Saints Go Marching In 2:29
A2 St. Louis Blues 2:55
A3 Yes Indeed 2:01
A4 How Deep Is The Ocean 1:50
A5 Ring-A-Ling-A-Ling 2:55
A6 Rock Around The Clock 2:10
B1 He's Got The Whole World In His Hands 2:02
B2 That Lucky Old Sun 2:30
B3 Respectable 2:10
B4 Without A Song 2:00
B5 Shout Part 1 2:15
B6 Shout Part 2 2:10






THE ISLEY BROTHERS TWIST & SHOUT

WAND RECORDS 1962                             LP 653 


credits:

Ronald Isley – lead vocals
    O'Kelly Isley, Jr. – backing vocals
    Rudolph Isley – backing vocals
    King Curtis – sax
    Eric Gale – guitar
    Trade Martin – guitar
    Cornell Dupree – guitar
    Paul Griffin – piano
    Chuck Rainey – bass
    Gary Chester – drums
    Production by Bert Russell

Recorded:
 1962 Bell Sound Studios in New York

tracks list:

A1 Twist And Shout 2:30   
A2 I Say Love 2:07   
A3 Right Now 3:20   
A4 Hold On Baby    2:28   
A5 Rubber Leg Twist 2:02   
A6 The Snake 2:10   
B1 You Better Come Home    2:17   
B2 Never Leave Me Baby    2:23   
B3 Spanish Twist 2:30   
B4 Time After Time 5:20   
B5 Let's Twist Again 2:09   
B6 Don't You Feel








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