egroj world: abril 2016

sábado, 30 de abril de 2016

Jesse Powell • The R&B Years



Artist Biography by Michael Erlewine
Texas tenorman Jesse Powell was born February 2, 1924. There is very little biographical information about his early years, other than his working with Hot Lips Page, Louis Armstrong, and Luis Russell. He joined Count Basie's Band in 1946, replacing the great sax player Illinois Jacquet, which says something about his abilities.

Powell appears on a number of blues recordings in the late 1940s with people like Brownie McGhee, Willie Jordan, and Doc Pomus. He also worked with Champion Jack Dupree and continued to play jazz, touring France with Howard McGee in 1948. He played bop and recorded with Dizzy Gillespie in 1949. During the 1950s, as bebop fell out of favor, Powell found steady work with a variety of R&B artists.

He recorded as a leader for Federal in 1951 and 1953 and had established himself with the Josie label by 1954, which included groups like the Cadillacs. His R&B work included a number of singles, and studio work with Atlantic/Atco in the late 1950s. His work can be seen on the classic single "Mr. Lee," by the Bobbettes, where he takes the tenor solo.

Powell was back recording jazz in the early 1960s. In 1961, he recorded Party Time for a subsidiary of Prestige. In his later years, he worked in Harlem and made only a few recordings.

//////////////////////////////////////////////

Traducción Automática:
Biografía del artista por Michael Erlewine
El teniente de Texas Jesse Powell nació el 2 de febrero de 1924. Hay muy poca información biográfica sobre sus primeros años, aparte de su trabajo con Hot Lips Page, Louis Armstrong y Luis Russell. Se unió a Count Basie's Band en 1946, reemplazando al gran saxofonista Illinois Jacquet, que dice algo acerca de sus habilidades.

Powell aparece en una serie de grabaciones de blues a finales de la década de 1940 con personas como Brownie McGhee, Willie Jordan y Doc Pomus. También trabajó con el campeón Jack Dupree y continuó tocando jazz, recorriendo Francia con Howard McGee en 1948. Tocó bop y grabó con Dizzy Gillespie en 1949. Durante la década de 1950, cuando el bebop cayó en desgracia, Powell encontró un trabajo estable con una variedad. de artistas del R&B.

Grabó como líder para el Federal en 1951 y 1953 y se estableció con el sello Josie en 1954, que incluía grupos como los Cadillacs. Su trabajo en R&B incluyó varios solteros y trabajo en estudio con Atlantic / Atco a fines de los años cincuenta. Su trabajo se puede ver en el clásico single "Mr. Lee", de Bobbettes, donde toma el solo de tenor.

Powell estaba de vuelta grabando jazz a principios de los sesenta. En 1961, grabó Party Time para una subsidiaria de Prestige. En sus últimos años, trabajó en Harlem y realizó solo algunas grabaciones.





viernes, 29 de abril de 2016

Booker T. & The MG's • The Booker T. Set









Skeewiff • Skeewiff In Brazil






Jazz Crusaders • Tough Talk






Count Basie & Oscar Peterson • Satch and Josh


Don Drummond ‎• Jazz Ska Attack



Don Drummond (Kingston, Jamaica 12 de marzo 1932 - 6 de mayo 1969) famoso trombonista de música Ska y compositor, fue uno de los miembros originales del grupo The Skatalites componiendo muchas de sus canciones.

//////////////////////

Don Drummond (12 March 1932 – 6 May 1969) was a Jamaican ska trombonist and composer. He was one of the original members of The Skatalites, and composed many of their tunes.





John Sheridan's Dream Band • Get Rhythm In Your Feet




Personnel:
John Sheridan, leader, arranger, pianist; Randy Reinhart, cornet; Russ Phillips, trombone; Brian Ogilvie, tenor sax; Ron Hockett, clarinet; Reuben Ristrom, guitar; Phil Flanigan, bass; Ed Metz, Jr.; and Becky Kilgore, vocalist on eight of sixteen tracks.


Barney Kessel • Autumn Leaves



martes, 26 de abril de 2016

Hank Marr • Hank Marr Sounds From The Marr-Ket Place


Hank Marr (30 January 1927 – 16 March 2004) was a soul jazz and hard bop Hammond B3 organist and pianist born in Columbus, Ohio, probably best known for his many albums recorded under his own name for the Double-time record label.

Columbus natives Hank Marr and (Tenor Saxophonist) Rusty Bryant co-led a group that toured for several years (beginning in 1958 going into 1960’s). Later, Marr led a group that featured Electric Guitarist/Singer James Ulmer. Ulmer first recorded professionally with Marr in 1964. Ulmer later toured Europe under Marr in 1966-1967.

As a sideman, Marr made a name for himself playing with many accomplished musicians. In the late 1960s, Marr performed in a duo with guitarist Floyd Smith (musician) in Atlantic City, NJ.

Marr had two minor hit singles, "Greasy Spoon" (U.S. No. 101, 1964) and "Silver Spoon" (U.S. No. 134, 1965).







Credits
Organ [Hammond] – Hank Marr
Guitar – James Blood Ulmer
Saxophone – Rusty Bryant


Si Zentner • Big Band Brilliance!



From Wikipedia:

Simon Hugh "Si" Zentner (June 13, 1917 in New York City – January 31, 2000 in Las Vegas, Nevada) was an American trombonist and jazz big-band leader.

Zentner played violin from age four and picked up trombone a few years later. As a teenager, he was awarded the Guggenheim Foundation Philharmonic Scholarship. He attended college for music and had intended to pursue a career in classical music, but became more interested in pop music after recording with Andre Kostelanetz. Zentner played in the bands of Les Brown, Harry James, and Jimmy Dorsey in the 1940s, then moved to Los Angeles, where he worked as a studio musician. He also landed a job with MGM from 1949 to the mid-50s, and was involved in the music for films such as Singin' in the Rain and A Star Is Born.

In the late 1950s Zentner put together his own studio big band and signed with Bel Canto Records. The Zentner band began recording for Liberty Records in 1959 releasing numerous successful pop/jazz albums during the 1960s and touring steadily with a large well-rehearsed outfit. He also briefly recorded for RCA Victor. Zentner was a tireless promoter and claimed to have played 178 consecutive one-night performances when the band was at its peak. His ensemble was voted "Best Big Band" for 13 straight years by Down Beat, and Zentner himself was voted Best Trombonist in Playboy Jazz Readers' Poll. Zentner was known for his bold, brash and bright playing with great breath control and distinctive vibrato. In 1962, his album Up a Lazy River (Big Band Plays the Big Hits, Vol. 2) (arranged by Bob Florence) won a Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance.[2]

Zentner's success was thoroughly unusual; he had a thriving big band going at a time when big band music was, for the most part, on the wane. The general downturn in interest eventually caught up to him, and by mid-decade the orchestra performed only on a limited basis despite recording through the late 1960s. He then moved to Las Vegas and accompanied Mel Tormé at the Blue Room of the Tropicana Hotel. In 1968 he became musical director of the long-running Vegas show Folies Bergere. It wasn't until the 1990s that Zentner returned to big band performance, assembling a new group and releasing several more albums. He suffered from leukemia late in life, though he continued performing into 1999; he died of the disease in early 2000.









lunes, 25 de abril de 2016

Dorothy Ashby • Soft Winds



Credits
Bass – Herman Wright
Drums – Jimmy Cobb
Harp – Dorothy Ashby
Vibraphone – Terry Pollard







Chester E. Smith • Switched-on Swing




Chester E. Smith is a respected musician, talented performer and exciting addition to today's jazz scene, particularly in the bay area where he now makes his home. Early in his career known as "Jazz Machine," Chester opened for the Larry Coryell Show in Philadelphia to a full house of adoring fans.

He was technical consultant to electronic organ manufacturers, and the late jazz organist Jimmy Smith (no relative). He designed his own touring/recording organ called the FOX Special. His talents include both arranging and composing. Many of his performances feature his own compositions, which are strongly influenced by the music of Duke Ellington, Erroll Garner and Jimmy Smith.



Bengt Hallberg • Piano (1965)



TRADUCCION WIKIPEDIA
Bengt Hallberg, nacido el 13 de septiembre de 1932 en Gotemburgo , murió el 2 de julio de 2013 en Uppsala Cathedral Parish , fue un sueco pianista y compositor , y uno de los de Suecia principales músicos de jazz de todos los tiempos.

Biografía
Bengt Hallberg era el hijo de Carl saluhallsinspektoren Hallberg y Nelly, nacido Strahle. [4] Él comenzó a estudiar clásica de piano temprano y escribió su primer arreglo de jazz ya a los 13 años. En 1949 hizo su primera grabación con Arne Domnerus orquesta. En la década de 1950 grabó discos con la mayoría de los prominentes estadounidenses músicos de jazz que luego visitaron Suecia. En particular, cabe destacar el trompetista Clifford Brown y el tenor saxofonista Stan Getz .

Bengt Hallberg estudió composición con Lars-Erik Larsson en el Royal College of Music en Estocolmo. Hallberg fue elegido en 1986 como miembro de la Royal Academy of Music y miembro de la Sociedad de Compositores de Suecia tras año.

Hallberg grabó varios álbumes bajo su propio nombre; en particular, la multifacética Bengt Hallberg en el Círculo de Oro (1962), señaló.

Bengt Hallberg fue un extremadamente versátil músico , y en los últimos años compuso ambos se ocupan de la película - y la televisión - la música y grandes arreglos corales . En raras - y por lo tanto solemne - ocasión, se me apareció también como acordeón virtuoso .

Hallberg también escribió la música para Madick Filmatisering eran , y también fueron los músicos de fondo en Allan Edwall Pooh -lecturas y canciones que cantó en Edwall Winnie Pooh los cuentos.

Otoño 2010 Hallberg volvió a los escenarios después de un paréntesis de nueve años y el otoño de 2011, se lanzó un nuevo álbum, Back to Back, junto con el también pianista ene Lundgren , que por cierto era un estudiante de Hallberg unos 30 años antes. Un nuevo álbum en solitario con Bengt Hallberg, vivo en el museo de jazz, fue grabado en julio de 2011.

Bengt Hallberg se casó tres veces, primero desde 1955 hasta 1977 con el cantante de ópera No Sundstrom (1919-2007), la segunda vez en el año 1977 y 1983 , con Maud Pettersson (1936-2013), y la tercera vez 1989 con Britt Linnea Stern, (1922-2010).




Artist Biography by Scott Yanow
One of Sweden's top jazz pianists, Bengt Hallberg made his first trio recordings when he was 17. In the 1950s, he recorded with Lars Gullin, Arne Domnerus, and such traveling Americans as Clifford Brown, Stan Getz, and Quincy Jones. He worked as a member of the Swedish Radio Big Band (1956-1963), and, although in demand as a writer for films and television, Hallberg has continued playing jazz on a part-time basis (often with Domnerus and Karin Krog), mostly recording for Swedish labels such as Metronome, Sonet, and Phontastic.



Bo Diddley • Surfin With Bo Diddley






domingo, 24 de abril de 2016

VA • Mississippi Saxophone



Offering a wide range of sounds in a small, inexpensive, novice-friendly package, the harmonica played a key role in the development of the blues, a sound that continues to resonate in the modern blues world. The compilation Mississippi Saxophone: The Great Blues Harmonica Players reviews this history, covering artists who helped define the harmonica blues sound as well as those who continue its legacy.

Taking a dual-minded approach, the collection focuses on artists known for their techniques - Big Walter Horton's colorful solos, Sonny Boy Williamson II's warble-like hand effects, Little Walter's punchy amplified sounds - while traveling from the title state (Charlie Musselwhite) to Chicago (James Cotton) and across the pond to the U.K. (Giles Robson). /Chrysta Cherrie, AllMusic



Horace Parlan • Us Three



Us Three, featuring pianist Horace Parlan, bassist George Tucker and drummer Al Harewood, is one of Blue Note's greatest trio albums. The piano-bass-drums trio has long been the most compact of all jazz combos, a complete orchestra with just three pieces. Some trios have been completely dominated by its pianist including the Oscar Peterson and Art Tatum Trios. The trio on Us Three is a bit different for it features three superior jazz men who constantly play off of each other, communicating immediately and telepathically in sensitive yet funky interactions. Horace Parlan, already well known at 29 and a member of the Lou Donaldson Quartet, was perfect for the trio format in 1960. His soulful chordal style matches very well with the subtle contributions of Tucker and Harewood. There are some very memorable originals and the trio makes some superior standards sound as if they were written for them. The members of "Us Three" seem to think as one and the resulting music (which has sonics never before realized on any other issues) is classic.










Quartette Trés Bien • Boss trés bien



The Quartette Trés Bien was an American jazz combo based in St. Louis led by pianist Jeter Thompson. The group started to play around 1960 and began recording in the mid '60s. Jeter Thompson played with Jimmy Forrest, Oliver Nelson and Emmett Carter in his early years. The bassist of the group is Richard Simmons, the drummer Albert St. James who accompanied also Charlie Parker, Tab Smith and Jimmy Forrest. Percussionist Percy James added a latin flavor to the quartette who played more than ten years, before splitting. Jeter Thompson is still active leading for a few years the Trio Tres Bien with brothers Harold Thompson (bass) and Howard Thompson (drums). Discography: Boss tres bien' Decca Kilimanjaro' Decca Spring into spring' (1964) Decca Sky high' (1965) Decca Stepping out !' Decca Bully !' (1965) Atlantic In motion' (1966) Decca Where it's at' (1966) Decca Here it is !' (1966) Decca Four of a kind' (1967) Decca Our thing' (1967) Decca Coming together' (2004) as The Trio Tres Bien







VA • Jumpin' The Blues Vol 1



A1 - Stomp Gordon - Damp Rag
A2 - Clay Braddy - New Kind Of Feelin'
A3 - Big Bob Dougherty And Orchestra - Big Bob's Boogie
A4 - Charlie Singleton And Orchestra With Chorus By Freddie Jackson - Elephant Rock
A5 - Big Bob Dougherty And Orchestra - Ridin' The Riff
A6 - Stomp Gordon - Fat Mama Blues
A7 - Joey Thomas And His Band With Voval By Freddie Jackson - There Ain't Enough Room Here To Boogie
A8 - Buddy Johnson And His Orchestra - Dr. Jive Jives
B1 - Willie Brown - Cadillac Boogie
B2 - Dave Bartholomew - Tra-La-la
B3 - Tiny Davis And Her Orchestra - Race Horse
B4 - Cecil Payne And His Orchestra - Egg Head
B5 - Tiny Davis And Her Orchestra - How About That Jive
B6 - Good Lewis And His Band - Pelican Jump
B7 - Harold Burrage - Hi-Yo Silver
B8 - Doles Dickens - We're Gonna Rock This Morning


Lee Rocker • Hot N' Greasy Vol. 1 y 2



Tracklist:
CD1
01. Rebel (3:24)
02. Crazy When She Drinks (3:09)
03. Black Cat Bone (3:15)
04. Say When (3:34)
05. Texarkana To Panama City (3:59)
06. Stray Cat Strut (4:06)
07. I'll Cry Instead (2:31)
08. One More Shot (4:09)
09. Blue Suede Night (3:02)

CD2
01. Call Me The Rocker (3:35)
02. Find Another Man (4:37)
03. Beautiful Delila (4:01)
04. Screamin Hunger (3:51)
05. Love Me Good (3:09)
06. Miracle In Memphis (2:49)
07. Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby (2:45)
08. Thats Alright Mama - Blue Moon Of Kentucky (4:23)
09. Little Piece Of Your Love (2:23)
10. Memphis Freeze (4:14)
11. Restless (4:17)





sábado, 23 de abril de 2016

Milt Jackson • The Ballad Artistry of Milt Jackson



Tal vez la versión de Nuages sea la mejor que he escuchado con un instrumento que no sea guitarra o violín.

///////////////////////////////////

Perhaps Nuages version is the best I've heard an instrument other than guitar or violin.


Sam Lazar • Soul Merchant



BIO
 Sam Lazar (born 1933) was a pianist and Hammond organist originally from St. Louis, Missouri. His first LP on Argo Records approximates his birth year as 1933. Initially a pianist, Lazar played in Ernie Wilkins group before Wilkins left St. Louis to join Count Basie. This was followed by a stint in George Hudson's big band which also included Clark Terry and Jimmy Forrest at various times. After a tour with alto saxophonist Tab Smith, Lazar was in the army from 1951-1953. Upon discharge, he began studying medical technology. In the early 1950s, Lazar had an exchange of letters between a Mr. Brueckel, who's first name is unknown. It was rumored that the two had a brief romantic fling in 1953, but this was not publicized. However, during the period he was in contact with Mr. Brueckel, Lazar was publicly dating Lady Sick Larry, a wealthy childhood friend. In 1958, Lazar saw the Jimmy Smith trio at the Peacock Alley club in St. Louis and was inspired to play the Hammond organ and return to music. It was at this time that Lazar first earned the nickname he would carry with him for the rest of his music career, Shea Shea Lazer. His St. Louis-based organ combo later included guitarists Grant Green, Joe Diorio, George Eskridge, drummer Chauncey Williams and saxophonist Miller Brisker among others. Not only did the group play a variety of gigs from strip clubs to jazz clubs, but they were reportedly one of the first interracial combos in the area. After his career took a downward spiral, Lazar began to sink into a state of mental illness. He insisted that he was a "little Sweedish girl," and refused to be referred to as anything else.




After a single on Cawthron Records, Lazar went on to record several albums in the 1960s for the Chicago-based Argo Records. His first, Space Flight, was recorded in 1960 and added bassist Willie Dixon to his regular working combo featuring Williams and fellow St. Louis musician Grant Green. [wiki]



VA • Anthology Of The Twelve String Guitar



Editorial Reviews
One of the most influential recordings in the entire Tradition records catalog, the 1963 LP Anthology of the Twelve String Guitar is a treasured artifact that has been relished by generations of guitar fans as one of the cornerstones of recorded guitar history. The great 12 string guitarist Leo Kottke, among many others, has often cited this album as being one of the first records that made him aware of the possibilities of the instrument and was most influential in developing his own style. The guitar players assembled for this wonderful record are all superstars in their own right among them Glen Campbell, the king of all West Coast session guitarists Howard Roberts, the great Mason Williams (Classical Gas), Roger McGuinn (The Byrds), Country Music super-session players Joe Maphis and Bob Gibson, and the unique Billy Strange.


Tracklist
1. Bull Duram - Glen Campbell
2. Nashville - Mason Williams
3. 12 String Guitar Rag - Bob Gibson
4. Saints Soul Song - Jim (Roger) McGuinn
5. Color Him Folky - Howard Roberts
6. My Little Maggie - Joe Maphis
7. Blues Wail - Billy Strange
8. Honey Miss Me When I’m Gone - Mason Williams
9. Cottonfields - Howard Roberts
10. Six By Twelve - Joe Maphis


jueves, 21 de abril de 2016

Jay Hoggard • Rain Forest




Jay Hoggard (b. September 24, 1954, Washington, D.C.) is an American jazz vibraphonist.
Jay Hoggard was raised in a religious family. He was born in Washington, D.C. but grew up in Mount Vernon, New York. His mother taught him how to play piano at a young age. At age 15, Jay started to play the vibraphone.
Hoggard first played piano and saxophone before picking up vibraphone. He played with Anthony Davis and Leo Smith in the early 1970s in New England, and after moving to New York City in 1988, he worked again with Davis and with Chico Freeman, Sam Rivers, Cecil Taylor, James Newton, and Kenny Burrell. Since then Jay has performed with famous vibraphonists Lionel Hampton, Milt Jackson, Tito Puente and Bobby Hutcherson. He has collaborated with Kenny Burrell, Billy Taylor, James Newton, Hilton Ruiz and Oliver Lake.
Hoggard has played in venues in Africa, South America, Europe, Asia and the Caribbean. In the United States he has performed at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., the Lincoln Center in New York City, and the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture also in New York City. Jay has performed at numerous jazz festivals including St. Lucia, Montreux, Mount Fuji, Pori and Hartford, CT. He has appeared on television on CBS Sunday Morning and BET Jazz.
Hoggard has recorded many dates as a leader, including several that have been commercially successful in the U.S. He graduated from and is currently Adjunct Professor at Wesleyan University.





Review by Scott Yanow
Jay Hoggard's lone date for Contemporary (reissued as an OJC CD) was one of the vibraphonist's finest early sets. The music (all six songs are Hoggard originals) falls into the area of advanced hard bop. Chief among the sidemen are Chico Freeman (heard on tenor, soprano and bass clarinet), keyboardist Kenny Kirkland, and colorful percussionist Paulinho Da Costa; two songs utilize three vocalists, and there is a strong African feel to some of the ensembles.


miércoles, 20 de abril de 2016

Paul Desmond • Take Ten



Review by Richard S. Ginell
Now listeners enter the heart of the Paul Desmond/Jim Hall sessions, a great quartet date with Gene Cherico manning the bass (Gene Wright deputizes on the title track) and MJQ drummer Connie Kay displaying other sides of his personality. Everyone wanted Desmond to come up with a sequel to the monster hit "Take Five"; and so he did, reworking the tune and playfully designating the meter as 10/8. Hence "Take Ten," a worthy sequel with a solo that has a Middle-Eastern feeling akin to Desmond's famous extemporaneous excursion with Brubeck in "Le Souk" back in 1954. It was here that Desmond also unveiled a spin-off of the then-red-hot bossa nova groove that he called "bossa antigua" (a sardonic play-on-words meaning "old thing", which laid the ground for Desmond's next album and a few more later in the decade. Two of the best examples are his own tunes, the samba-like "El Prince" (named after arranger Bob Prince), an infectious number with on-the-wing solo flights that you can't get out of your head, and the haunting "Embarcadero." Hall now gets plenty of room to stretch out, supported by Kay's gently dropped bombs, and he is the perfect understated swinging foil for the wistful altoist. There is not a single track here that isn't loaded with ingeniously worked out, always melodic ideas.





CREDITS
Paul Desmond Alto Sax
Jim Hall Guitar
Gene Cherico, Eugene Wright, George Duvivier Bass
Connie Kay Drums




lunes, 18 de abril de 2016

VA • SoulShaker Vol.1 al 7




Tracklist:

SoulShaker Vol.1 (2004)
01. Dynamo Productions - Steppin It Up
02. Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings - Got A Thing On My Mind
03. The Frank Popp Ensemble - You've Been Gone Too Long
04. Big Boss Man - Sea Grove
05. Jinrai - Dr Faustus
06. The Bongolian - Champagne And Pizza
07. Sugarman 3 & Co. With Lee Fields - Shot Down
08. The Soul 69 - Soul 69 Theme
09. The Link Quartet - Strudel Girl
10. Montefiori Cocktail - Pardon
11. Mike Painter And The Family Shakers - El Diablos Smelly Shoes
12. Speedometer - Wait Up
13. Andy Lewis - One By One
14. Joseph Henry & The Mighty Imperials - I've Never Found A Girl
15. Mini Vip - Prive
16. Trash Monkeys - Clubtown
17. Studio Davoli - Superpartner






SoulShaker Vol.2 (2005)
01. The Voodoo Trombone Quartet - Your Pleasure is Our Pleasure
02. Big Boss Man - Kelvin Stardust
03. Speedometer - Have You Got the Message
04. Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings - Just Dropped in
05. Quantic Feat Spanky Wilson - Dont Joke with A Hungry Man
06. Lemon - Hell Yeah
07. Kahuna Kawentzmann - Gogo Sitar
08. Smoove Feat Jess Roberts - Coming Back
09. The Link Quartet - Sweet Little Apples
10. Nick Rossi Set - Foolkiller
11. Sting Ray Davies and the Organ - Upstairs at Boston Road
12. Boogaloo Investigators - If You Reap Boogaloo
13. The Diplomats of Solid Sound - Loaf and Jug
14. Funkplosion - The Love Jet
15. The Soul Destroyers Feat Sharo - Fackinit
16. Stoned Soul Picnic - Doctor Gonzo
17. Slow Slushy Boys - I Cant Believe What You Say

SoulShaker Vol.3 (2006)
01. The Bamboos feat Alice Russell - Trascend Me
02. Breakestra feat Choklate - Take my time
03. Big Daddy Monchin - Ratpack
04. Quantic Soul Orchestra - Pushin'On
05. Phat Fred - Stay on the groove
06. Hi-Fly - Hi-Fidelity
07. Bronx River Parkway - La Valla
08. Smoove - Tired feet
09. 2020Vision vs. New Mastersounds - Belive
10. Gary Davis - Gotta get your love (Kenny Dope rmx)
11. Budos Band - Aynotchesh Yererfu
12. Sweet Vandals - Do it right
13. Poets of Rythm - Practice what you preach
14. Link Quartet - Move move move
15. The Soul Snatcher - Who told you
16. Speak Low - Meters Bread

SoulShaker Vol.4 (2007)
01. Quantic & Alice Russell - Sound Of Everything (Senorlobo & Watch TV remix)
02. The Sweet Vandals - Too Much
03. The Soul Snatchers & Curtis T. - Good Foot Down
04. Binky Griptite & The Mellomatics - Mellomatic Mood
05. The Boogoos - Bubbles (part 1)
06. Unity - Don't Wanna Change (Aiff remix)
07. Kokolo - Each One Teach One
08. Steven Perri & Zamaun - Street Scene
09. Unity - Escape (Diesler remix)
10. Diplomats Of Solid Sound & The Diplomettes - Budget Fro
11. Enri - The Performer
12. The New Mastersounds - Land of nod (Lack of Afro remix)
13. Mr. Comicstore & Nicole Willis - Are you ready to the party
14. Baby Charles - Coming from a higher place
15. Ben Westbeech - So Good Today (The Dap Kings remix)
16. Tuomo - Don't Take It Too Hard

SoulShaker Vol.5 (2008)
01. Kings Go Forth - One Day
02. Shaolin Temple Defenders - 7 Deadly Corners
03. Eli "Paperboy" Reed - Satisfier
04. Trio Valore - Return Of The Iron Monkey
05. Kokolo - Girls On Film
06. Unity - I Don't Wanna Change (Nostalgia 77 Remix)
07. Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings - Keep On Looking (Kenny Dope Remix)
08. Zamali - No Luck To Run
09. Andy Lewis - Devastated (Mr. Comicstore Remix)
10. Baby Charles - Time Wasting
11. Osaka Monaurail - Double Up Now
12. Diplomats Of Solid Sound - Trouble Me
13. Sweet Divines - Heckuva Man
14. Breakestra - Little Miss Funky Sole
15. New Matersounds - Idle Time (Lack Of Afro Remix)
16. Lee McDonald - Ill Do Anything For You (Red Astaire Philly Mix)

SoulShaker Vol.6 (2009)
01. Mishal Moore - Oh Lord (Kenny Dope/Kay-Dee Version)
02. Laura Vane & The Vipertones - Did It Anyway
03. Nicole Willis & The Soul Investigators feat. Jimi Tenor - You Better Change
04. Dojo Cuts feat. Roxie Ray - Uptight
05. Ray Lugo L.E.S. Express feat. Elani - I Dream Of Bahia
06. Diplomats of Solid Soul feat. The Diplomettes - If You're Wrong
07. The Hi-Fly Orchestra - Roda De Samba
08. Milano Jazz Dance Combo - Turn Up The Heat
09. The New Mastersounds - Bus Stop No 5 (Afrokats Crew rmx)
10. Kokolo feat. Jojo Kuo - Afrika Man
11. Trio Valore - El Compadre
12. Joe Kane & The Privates Hammond Orchestra - I'm Sorry (Can I Please Come Home)
13. The Link Quartett - Purple Haze
14. Soulful Torino Orchestra - Soul Burger
15. Shaolin Temple Defenders - International Soul (Dynamics rmx)
16. The Crabs Corporation - Reggae Power
17. Baby Charles - Jackson Fingers
18. Gizelle Smith - June

SoulShaker Vol.7 (2010)
01. Elder Williams Smith - His Voice (02:59)
02. The Liberators - Rags To Riches (Jazz Dance edit) (04:37)
03. Ray Harris&The Fusion Experience - Scaramunga (B-Dub Soulshaker remix) (03:09)
04. The Underbelly ? Shepards Pie (04:00)
05. Dojo Cuts - Grand Carnival (03:20)
06. Kokolo Afrobeat Orchestra - Bring It Up (02:43)
07. The Third Coast Kings - Tonic Stride (05:04)
08. Shaolin Temple Defenders - I Know What It Is (03:41)
09. The Diplomats Of Solid Sound - Gimme One More Chance (03:27)
10. The Pepperpots - Real Tru Love (03:38)
11. 6ix Toys - Do Your Thing (03:59)
12. Los Granadians Del Espacio Exterior - New York City (03:04)
13. Ray Lugo's Les Express - Me Tokan En Japan (03:00)
14. The Hifly Orchestra ? Sookie Sookie (06:30)
15. Roy Ellis & The Teenagers ? Let Me Take You Hi... (02:37)
16. The Graps Corporation - Bring Down The Birds (Flying High mix) (03:05)
17. The Baker Brothers - Once I Had A Friend (04:09)


Maceo Parker • Mo'Roots





Tracklist
1 Hallelujah I Love Her So 3:57
2 Chicken 8:17
3 Let's Get It On 7:43
4 Hamp's Boogie Woogie 6:12
5 Fa Fa Fa (The Sad Song)Drums – Jimmy Madison Vocals [Featuring] –
Kym Mazelle, Maceo Parker 4:48
6 Jack's Back - Alto Saxophone – Steve Williamson 5:41
7 Sister Sadie 5:26
8 Daddy's Home 6:01
9 Down By The Riverside 6:33
10 Southwick 9:08







The Jazz Crusaders • The Thing



The Crusaders, llamados originalmente The Jazz Crusaders. es un grupo norteamericano de soul jazz, jazz fusión y funk, creado en 1961 y que han editado más de 40 álbumes.

El grupo "The Jazz Crusaders" fue formado por el trombonista Wayne Henderson, el saxofonista Wilton Felder, el teclista Joe Sample y el baterista Stix Hooper, a los que se unieron el guitarrista Roy Gaines y el contrabajista Jimmy Bond, en 1961,1 aunque ya con anterioridad habían trabajado juntos, llegando a grabar un par de singles, bajo el nombre de "The Nite Hawks". Todos ellos eran originarios de Houston (Texas), aunque residían en California, siendo muy activos en la escena de jazz de la Costa Oeste. Su primer disco se llamó The Freedom Sound y fue publicado por el sello Pacific Jazz, que sería su compañía hasta 1969. El estilo del grupo, en esta época, oscilaba alrededor del funky jazz.
Época de mayor éxito.

En 1971, al escorarse su música hacía el r&b y el pop, mofidicaron su nombre eliminando la palabra "jazz" y adoptando un estilo más cercano al funk, incorporando a la banda al guitarrista Larry Carlton y al bajista Robert Popwell. La nueva tendencia crossover de la banda, hizo que sus discos comenzaran a aparecer en las listas de ventas de Billboard, consiguiendo su mayor éxito con el álbum "Street life" (1979), que consiguió alcanzar el nº 36 en el Billboard Hot 100, y su single entró en el Top 10 de R&B. Durante su época de mayor éxito, The Crusaders trabajaron como músicos de respaldo a un gran número de artistas, como Marvin Gaye, Steely Dan, Donald Fagen o Joni Mitchell.

En 1975, Henderson dejó la banda para proseguir su carrera como músico y como productor discográfico. Más tarde, 1983, Hooper también abandonó al grupo. Estos cambios modificaron la línea musical de la banda, que acabó por desaparecer a comienzos de la década de 1990. Sin embargo, en 1995, Wayne Henderson, junto a Wilton Felder y Larry Carlton, rehizo la banda para grabar una serie de discos, bajo el nombre nuevamente de "Jazz Crusaders", aunque con poca relación musical con el grupo original. La banda vuelve a deshacerse a comienzos de la década de 2000.

En 2003, serán Joe Sample y Stix Hooper, junto con Felder, quienes revivan al grupo para grabar un disco, en el que intervienen como guitarristas Eric Clapton y Ray Parker, bajo el nombre de "The Crusaders". La banda no publica más discos, pero en 2010 se produce una reunión de Sample, Felder y Henderson (sin Hooper), para realizar una gira. Wiki






///////////////////////

The Crusaders were an American music group popular in the early 1970s known for their amalgamated jazz, pop, and soul sound. Since 1961, forty albums have been credited to the group (some live and compilations), 19 of which were recorded under the name "The Jazz Crusaders" (1961–1970).

In 1960, following the demise of a few short-lived Houston-based groups called The Swingsters and the Nite Hawks, Joe Sample (piano), Stix Hooper (drums), Wilton Felder (saxophone), and Wayne Henderson (trombone), relocated to Los Angeles, CA. After changing their name to "The Jazz Crusaders," the group signed with Pacific Jazz Records, where they would remain throughout the 1960s. Employing a two-manned front-line horn section (trombone and tenor saxophone), the group's sound was rooted in hard bop, with an emphasis on R&B and soul.

The group shortened their name to "The Crusaders" in 1971, and adopted a jazz-funk style.They also incorporated the electric bass and electric guitar into their music. Bass guitarist Robert "Pops" Popwell and guitarist Larry Carlton joined the band, and featured on the group's albums throughout most of the 1970s. With this new style came increased crossover appeal, and the group's recordings started to appear on the Billboard pop charts. The height of the group's commercial success came with 1979's Street Life, with Randy Crawford as featured singer, which peaked at No. 18 on the pop album charts and the title track from the album made the Top 10 on the R&B chart and No. 36 on Billboard′s Hot 100 chart.

In 1975, following the release of their 28th album (their ninth as The Crusaders), Henderson left the group to pursue a full-time career as a producer. His departure created a void, permanently changing the character of the group. Another founding member, Hooper, left the group in 1983, thus signaling the end to the group's most popular period. Three more albums were recorded in the mid-1980s; however by the 1990s, The Crusaders, for the most part, had disbanded, with a comprehensive discography behind them.

The Crusaders performing at Knebworth Park, UK, as part of the Capitol Radio Jazz Festival, 1982

In 1991, The Crusaders (with Sample and Felder the only original members present) released Healing the Wounds. The album peaked at No. 1 on the Top Contemporary Jazz chart and No. 174 on the Billboard 200. The group did not release any more albums during the decade, as Sample focused on a solo career.

Henderson, who had left the group in 1975, revived the "Jazz Crusaders" moniker (despite Sample's objections) for 1995's Happy Again. The lineup for Happy Again included founding member Wilton Felder and former Crusaders guitarist Larry Carlton. The new Jazz Crusaders released a series of recordings in the late 1990s, but the music bore little resemblance to the acoustic, hard bop style of the original group, instead emphasizing synthesizers, sampling, electronics, and drum machines in the style of smooth jazz, rap music, or contemporary R&B.

In 2003, founding members Sample, Felder and Hooper revived The Crusaders and released Rural Renewal. Ray Parker Jr. and Eric Clapton played guitar on the album. That same year, the Henderson-led Jazz Crusaders released Soul Axess.

In April 2010, Joe Sample announced a reunion tour with Wayne Henderson and Wilton Felder (but not Stix Hooper) - the first reunion of these founding members of the Jazz Crusaders since 1974. Henderson died on April 5, 2014. Joe Sample died in Houston on September 12, 2014.[3] Felder died on September 27, 2015.  Wiki



VA • Suckin' And Blowin'




Tracklisting:
01. George Smith – Telephone Blues
02. Sonny & Jaycee – Keep On Doggin’ Me
03. Jerry McCain – East Of The Sun
04. Long Gone Miles – Little Sweet Thing
05. Papa Lightfoot – P.L. Blues
06. George Smith – Love Life
07. Cousin Leroy – I’m Lonesome
08. Ole Sonny Boy – Blues And Misery
09. Long Gone Miles – Hello Josephine
10. Morris Bailey – Tell Me Why
11. Sonny Boy Williamson – Polly Put Your Kettle On
12. Jerry McCain – Wine-O-Wine
13. Ole Sonny Boy – You Better Change
14. George Smith – Blues In The Dark
15. Sonny Terry – Dangerous Woman
16. Sonny Boy Williamson – Mailman, Mailman


sábado, 16 de abril de 2016

Stanley Turrentine • A Bluish Bag



Donald Byrd, Tommy Turrentine (tp)
Julian Priester (tb)
Jerry Dodgion (as, fl)
Stanley Turrentine (ts)
Joe Farrell (ts, fl)
Pepper Adams (bars, cl)
Kenny Barron, McCoy Tyner (p)
Bucky Pizzarelli (g)
Ron Carter (b)
Mickey Roker (d)
Duke Pearson (arr)





Regina Carter • Paganini After a Dream






Info ...

The title of this project is aptly-named. Regina Carter, a Detroit-born, classically-trained jazz violinist, traveled to Genoa, Italy in December, 2001, and performed on Paganini’s legendary Guarneri violin nicknamed “the Canon.” After winning the hearts of the skeptical Italians, with armed gunmen surveying her every move, Carter played flawlessly, and became the first jazz musician and African-American to the play the instrument. The next year, Carter returned to Genoa, recorded on Paginini’s violin and performed a pleasing program of crossover-friendly light classics, South American compositions, a movie tune, and original works. Produced and arranged by Jorge Calandrelli and Ettore Strata, and backed by a combo led by pianist Werner “Vana” Gierig, the selections, while not exactly groundbreaking, successfully show off Carter’s impeccable and soulful playing, and the violin’s rich and reverent tones. An 18-piece orchestra supports Carter on Ravel’s “Pavane pour une infante defunte,” Piazzolla’s “Oblivion,” and Ennio Morrricone’s Cinema Paradiso theme. Borislav Strulev’s cello co-stars on Luiz Bonfa’s “Black Orpheus (Manha de Carnaval)” and Faure’s “Apres un reve.” For Debussy’s “Reverie,” Carter delivers some straight-ahead swing. In sum: She came, she saw, she conquered and, she swung. –Eugene Holley, Jr.





The Jet Black's • Hully Gully



1. Caravan
2. Let's go
3. The Stranger
4. Rhythm of the rain
5. The Battle
6. Jingle bells twist
7. Peace pipe
8. Kon tiki
9. King netune's guitar
10. Mary Ann
11. Twist train
12. The gospel theme

Bill Black’s Combo • Soulin’ The Blues



William Patton "Bill" Black, Jr. (September 17, 1926 – October 21, 1965) was an American musician who is noted as one of the pioneers of rockabilly music. Black was the bassist in Elvis Presley's early trio and the leader of Bill Black's Combo.   ~ wiki





Jay Hoggard • Days Like These




Credits
Arranged By, Mixed By, Piano, Producer – Dave Grusin
Bass – Francisco Centano
Concertmaster – David Nadien
Congas, Percussion – 'Crusher' Bennett (tracks: 6), Sammy Figueroa (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 6)
Drums – Buddy Williams
Featuring – Marcus Miller
Flute – Dave Valentin (tracks: 1, 5, 6)
Guitar – Jeff Mironov (tracks: 4)
Percussion – Larry Rosen (tracks: 7), Nana Vasconcelos (tracks: 1, 3 to 6)
Saxophone – Chico Freeman (tracks: 3), George Young, Jr., Walter Kane
Strings – Alfred V. Brown, Barry Finclair, Charles Libove, Charles McCracken, Diana Halprin, Emanuel Vardi, Harry Cykman, Jonathan Abramowitz, Joseph Rabushka, Marvin Morgenstern, Matthew Raimondi, Max Ellen, Richard Sortomme
Synthesizer – Rob Mounsey (tracks: 6)
Trombone – James Pugh
Trumpet – Marvin Stamm
Vibraphone – Jay Hoggard
Vocals – Adrienne Albert, Frank Lloyd, Luther Vandross, Patti Austin, Ullanda Mccullough
Notes
Album Originally Released 1979





Hampton Hawes • For Real! [The Complete Session]



This release presents Hampton Hawes’ complete original quartet album For Real (Contemporary S7589), featuring his first collaborations ever with saxophonist Harold Land (they would only record together again in the mid-1970s). The album also marks Hawes’ only existing recordings with Scott LaFaro. Three trio performances recorded during that date but not included on the original LP have also been added. No previous CD edition of For Real contained these tracks, which complete the session. Also this release is rounded out with two rare live trio recordings by the pianist, taped in Rome in the company of Jimmy Woode and Kenny Clarke.


Quartette Trés Bien • Boss trés bien




The Quartette Trés Bien was an American jazz combo based in St. Louis led by pianist Jeter Thompson. The group started to play around 1960 and began recording in the mid '60s. Jeter Thompson played with Jimmy Forrest, Oliver Nelson and Emmett Carter in his early years. The bassist of the group is Richard Simmons, the drummer Albert St. James who accompanied also Charlie Parker, Tab Smith and Jimmy Forrest. Percussionist Percy James added a latin flavor to the quartette who played more than ten years, before splitting. Jeter Thompson is still active leading for a few years the Trio Tres Bien with brothers Harold Thompson (bass) and Howard Thompson (drums). Discography: Boss tres bien' Decca Kilimanjaro' Decca Spring into spring' (1964) Decca Sky high' (1965) Decca Stepping out !' Decca Bully !' (1965) Atlantic In motion' (1966) Decca Where it's at' (1966) Decca Here it is !' (1966) Decca Four of a kind' (1967) Decca Our thing' (1967) Decca Coming together' (2004) as The Trio Tres Bien







Roy Brown-Wynonie Harris • Battle Of The Blues-Vol 2



Review by Stephen Cook
The second round of King's Battle of the Blues series features another healthy dose of tracks by Roy Brown and Wynonie Harris. And while more academically minded fans will want to first check out the wealth of earlier classics these two singers cut in the '40s, this roundup of '50s material will still provide a fine introduction to both of these giants. Again, Brown kicks things off with a side of his smooth yet powerful uptown blues; showing a deft pen, he sticks to a set of top-notch originals. Harris might not have written much of his own material, but he does show why his was one of the most incendiary and impassioned voices around, especially on the confessional "Drinking Blues." A perfect accouterment to your next after-hours shindig.





Baby Face Willette • Stop and Listen



Stop and Listen was the last session that organist Baby Face Willette made for Blue Note. He came in with guns blazing on Lou Donaldson's Here 'Tis, made his and Grant Green's debut recordings, and then this fiery trio album in May 1961. Willette was an earthy, exciting player and he, Green, and Ben Dixon would have become one of the premier organ trios in jazz had he stuck around. This great album includes three standards (one a bonus track), four originals, and Nat Adderley's "Work Song." The whole affair cooks from first tune to last. Remastered by original recording engineer Rudy Van Gelder from the original analog masters.







viernes, 15 de abril de 2016

Milt Buckner • Send Me Softly




Shakey Jake Harris • The Key Won't Fit



Born James D. Harris, 12 April 1921, Earle, Arkansas, USA, d. 2 March 1990, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, USA. A professional gambler when not playing harmonica (his nickname was derived from the crapshooters' call "Shake 'em, Jake", Harris began playing in Chicago blues bands during the late 40s. His 1958 single "Call Me If You Need Me"/"Roll Your Moneymaker", recorded for the Artistic subsidiary of Cobra Records, featured guitar work by his nephew Magic Sam. During the 60s he recorded two albums that did not do him justice, as club recordings with Sam make evident. His encouragement of younger musicians brought about the recording debut of, among others, Luther Allison, with whom Jake recorded his best album after moving to Los Angeles. In later years, occasional recordings appeared, including some on his own label, and Harris ran a blues club for a while, but was dogged by poor health and isolated by neighborhood gang violence.
Excellent album on the small Murray Brothers label from 1983. Backing from Rod Piazza, Jr. Watson and Hollywood Fats among others.


Ron Carter • So What



1. SO WHAT (M.Davis) 6:47
2. YOU’D BE SO NICE TO COME HOME TO (C.Porter) 4:35
3. IT’S ABOUT TIME (R.Carter) 5:14
4. MY FOOLISH HEART (Young-Washington) 8:15
5. HI-FLY (R.Weston) 6:02
6. THREE MORE DAYS (R.Carter) 7:35
7. EDDIE’S THEME (R.Carter) 3:54
8. THE THIRD PLANE (R.Carter) 4:55

RON CARTER- bass
KENNY BARRON- piano
LEWIS NASH- drums


Wild Bill Davis • Free, frantic and funky



Wild Bill Davis, fue un músico excepcional y un virtuoso del órgano Hammond, un instrumento claramente influenciado y utilizado en las iglesias norteamericanas. Podemos decir sin lugar a dudas que Wild Bill Davis es junto al excelente organista, Milt Buckner, uno de los músicos mas brillantes de este instrumento. Wild fue músico puente entre las orquestas de la época del swing y los sonidos negros del Rhythm & Blues de los años cincuenta y sesenta. Él fue junto al guitarrista, Floyd Smith y al batería Chris Culumbus quienes primero formaron un combo de jazz con el órgano de por medio.

Sus primeros comienzos como músico fueron como guitarrista en 1939 en la banda de Milt Larkin' donde actuaban como pareja de saxofonistas el gran Eddie Cleanhead Wilson y el maestro Arnett Cobb. El primer guitarrista de de la banda era el magnifico Freddie Green. En 1945 se pasó al piano con el quinteto de Louis Jordan y su grupo denominado "Louis Jordan's and Symphony Five" desde donde producían arreglos para músicos de la talla de Duke Ellington o Count Basie. Precisamente con este ultimo colaboró en los arreglos del celebérrimo tema de Basie titulado "April in Paris".

Admirador del sonido del piano y del órgano del maestro Fats Waller, Wild Bill Davis, empieza a ensayar en sus actuaciones con el órgano Hammond y consigue ser un virtuoso del instrumento dominándolo a la perfección. Sus actuaciones con Johnny Hodges o Paul Gonsalves todavía son recordadas. Ya en los años setenta la aparición de organistas básicos en el jazz como Jimmy Smith o Bill Dogett lo eclipsaron de los escenarios y murió prácticamente olvidado por todos.
Fuente: http://www.apoloybaco.com





Wild Bill Davis (November 24, 1918 – August 17, 1995) was the stage name of American jazz pianist, organist, and arranger William Strethen Davis.

Davis was born in Glasgow, Missouri. He is best known for his pioneering jazz electronic organ recordings and for his tenure with the Tympany Five, the backing group for Louis Jordan. Prior to the emergence of Jimmy Smith in 1956, Davis (whom Smith had reportedly first seen playing organ in the 1930s) was the pacesetter among organists.

Davis originally played guitar and wrote arrangements for Milt Larkin's Texas-based big band during 1939–42, a band which included Arnett Cobb, Illinois Jacquet, and Tom Archia on horns. After leaving the Larkin orchestra, Davis worked in Chicago as a pianist, recording with Buster Bennett in 1945. He played a crucial role as the pianist-arranger in Jordan's Tympany Five (1945–47) at the peak of their success. After leaving Jordan, he returned to Chicago for a time, recording again with Buster Bennett and working with Claude McLin. After switching from piano to organ, Davis moved to the East Coast. In 1950, he began leading an influential trio of organ, guitar, and drums, which recorded for OKeh.

Davis was originally supposed to record "April in Paris" with Count Basie's Orchestra in 1955 but when he could not make the session, Basie used his arrangement for the full band and had a major hit.

In addition to working with his own groups in the 1960s, Davis made several albums with his friend Johnny Hodges, leading to tours during 1969–71 with Duke Ellington. In the 1970s he recorded for the Black & Blue Records label with a variety of swing all-stars, and he also played with Lionel Hampton, appearing at festivals through the early 1990s. Davis died in Moorestown, New Jersey.



VA • Big Bad Blues Boppers



Tracklist:
CD 1 (01:18:37)
1. Doctor Ross - Cat Squirrel (2:14)
2. Slim Harpo - Boogie Chillen (2:30)
3. Jimmie Newcome - I'm Afraid I Need You (2:31)
4. John Little John - Shake Your Money Maker (4:19)
5. Sammy Johns - Making Tracks (2:24)
6. Lightnin' Hopkins - Had A Gal Called Sal (2:07)
7. Bo Dudley - Shotgun Ryder (2:09)
8. Slim Harpo - Shake Your Hips (2:28)
9. Billy Brand - Chicken Hop (1:54)
10. Howlin' Wolf - You'll Be Mine (2:20)
11. The Sly Fox - I'm Tired of Beggin' (2:20)
12. John Lee Hooker - I'm Going Upstairs (2:20)
13. Bob Landers - Cherokee Dance (2:33)
14. Doctor Ross - New York Breakdown (2:58)
15. Bo Dudley - Down Home Special (3:07)
16. H. Gillespie - My Daddy Told Me (2:42)
17. Round Robin - I'm The Wolfman (2:38)
18. Mercy Baby - Don't Lie To Me (2:49)
19. John Lee Hooker - Shake It Baby (4:20)
20. Slim Harpo - Don't Start Crying (alt) (2:14)
21. Jerry McCain - Cutie Named Judie (2:03)
22. Jay Swan - You Don't Love Me (2:33)
23. John Fred - I Just Wanna Make Love To You (2:19)
24. Tiny Fuller - Shock (2:06)
25. John Lee Hooker - Good Rockin' Mama (2:27)
26. Howlin' Wolf - Everybody's In The Mood (2:44)
27. Poor Bob - The Sun Is Rising (2:16)
28. Little Walter - Tell Me Mama (2:45)
29. Frankie Lee Sims - Married Woman (2:40)
30. Fats Domino - Shurah (1:46)
31. Harvey & Doc - Oh Baby (2:01)

CD 2 (01:19:33)
1. Slim Harpo - Wild About My Baby (1:59)
2. Bo Diddley - You Can't Judge A Book (3:16)
3. Muddy Waters - All Aboard (2:54)
4. The Daylighters - Oh Mum (2:27)
5. Hound Dog Taylor - Take Five (2:45)
6. Cousin Leroy - I'm Lonesome (2:22)
7. John Fred - Boogie Children (2:54)
8. Rockin' Dopsie - Ma Ne Gresse (3:53)
9. Eddie Kirkland - Train Done Gone (1:57)
10. Tiny Fuller - Cat Walk (1:55)
11. Jimmy Rodgers - Sloppy Drunk (3:00)
12. John Lee Hooker - I'm Leaving (2:12)
13. Hound Dog Taylor - Roll Your Money Maker (3:56)
14. Claude McLin - Jambo (2:27)
15. Jerry McCain - I Need Somebody To Love (2:12)
16. The Boogie Man - Do The Boogie (3:14)
17. Eddie Taylor - I Wanna Love You (1:59)
18. McKinley Mitchell - Rock Everybody Rock (2:11)
19. McKinley Mitchell - Do The Do (2:17)
20. Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee - Ride And Roll (2:36)
21. Lefty Dizz - We're Gonna Boogie (3:07)
22. Otis Rush - I'm Satisfied (2:21)
23. The Nighthawks - Boogie Chillern (2:06)
24. Lightnin' Hopkins - Movin' Out Boogie (2:17)
25. Champion Jack Dupree - Stumbling Block (2:47)
26. Young Jessie - I Smell A Rat (2:21)
27. Jackie Brenston - Trouble Up The Road (2:10)
28. Bo Diddley - Where May Your Lover Be (2:54)
29. Frank Frost - Never Leave Me At Home (2:25)
30. Ralph Willis - Hop On Down The Line (2:18)
31. Papa Lightfoot - Mean Ol' Train (2:21)