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21/04/2024

The Jazz Crusaders ‎– Live At The Lighthouse '66


     Pacific Jazz Records 1966 ‎– ST-20098

notes:

Live at the Lighthouse '66 is a live album by The Jazz Crusaders
recorded in 1966 and released on the Pacific Jazz label

credits:

Wayne Henderson - trombone
Wilton Felder - tenor saxophone
Joe Sample - piano
Leroy Vinnegar - bass
Stix Hooper - drums

Producer – Richard Bock
Engineer  – Dino Lappas, Don Blake, Richard Bock
Recorded:
January 14-16, 1966
The Lighthouse Hermosa Beach, CA

tracklist:

A1        Aleluia
Written-By – Edu Lobo, Ruy Guerra
5:45
A2        Blues Up Tight
Written-By – Joe Sample
6:30
A3        You Don't Know What Love Is
Written-By – Don Raye, Gene DePaul
5:01
A4        Miss It
Written-By – Wilton Felder
5:50
B1        Scratch
Written-By – Wayne Henderson
7:55
B2        Doin' That Thing
Written-By – Leroy Vinnegar
7:15
B3        Milestones
Written-By – Miles Davis
6:40





 

The Jazz Crusaders Powerhouse



Pacific Jazz Records - vinyl, LP, gatefold


Pacific Jazz Records 1968  ST 20136


 notes:

Powerhouse is a 1969 album by The Jazz Crusaders.
It was their fourteenth album produced by Richard
Bock for World Pacific Jazz Records. It was
the first album in which Joe Sample played on
the Fender Rhodes and according Thom Jurek in his
All Music review, would mark a turning point for the band.


credits:

Wayne Henderson - Trombone
Wilton Felder - Saxophone
Joe Sample - Keyboards
Stix Hooper - Drums
Charles "Buster" Williams - Bass

on A4,A5,B3
joe sample - electric piano
Arthur Adams Guitar

Recorded    July 9-10-11, 1968
Pacific Jazz Studios, LA,

Richard Bock - Producer and liner notes
Thorne Nogar - Engineer
Woody Woodward - Art Direction

tracklist:

A1 Promises, Promises 6:13
Burt Bacharach, Hal David   
A2 Love And Peace 3:20   
Arthur Adams
A3 Hey Jude
John Lennon, Paul McCartney
Written-By  John Lennon, Paul McCartney 3:17   
A4 Sting Ray 3:24   
Wayne Henderson
A5 Fancy Dance
Joe Sample    4:25   
B1 Love Is Blue
Pierre Cour, Andre Popp, Blackburn      4:35   
B2 Cookie Man
Wayne Henderson  5:35   
B3 Upstairs
Burt Bacharach, Hal David 3:12   
B4 Fire Water
Charles Wilson  6:23






19/04/2024

The Jazz Crusaders‎– Tough Talk


Pacific Jazz Records ‎– Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo  

Pacific Jazz Records 1963 ‎– PJ-68

notes:

Tough Talk is the fourth album by The Jazz Crusaders,
recorded in 1963 and released on the Pacific Jazz label

credits:

    Wayne Henderson - trombone
    Wilton Felder - tenor saxophone
    Joe Sample - piano, harpsichord
    Bobby Haynes - bass
    Stix Hooper - drums

Recorded     February 13 & 19, 1963
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA
Producer    Richard Bock

Composed By – "Stix" Hooper (tracks: B1),
Joe Sample (tracks: B1, B5), Brahms* (tracks: A3),
Wayne Henderson (tracks: B1, B3),
Wilton Felder (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B2, B4)

tracklist:

A1        Deacon Brown
Written-By – Wilton Felder
3:40
A2        Turkish Black
Written-By – Wilton Felder
5:34
A3        Brahms Lullaby
Arranged By – J. Sample*
Written-By – Brahms*
4:42
A4        Boopie
Written-By – Wilton Felder
4:17
B1        Tough Talk
Written-By – Sample*, Hooper*, Henderson*
2:20
B2        No Name Samba
Written-By – Wilton Felder
2:25
B3        Lazy Canary
Written-By – Wayne Henderson
4:15
B4        Lonely Horn
Written-By – Wilton Felder
3:53
B5        Brother Bernard
Written-By – Joe Sample
4:23



 



The Jazz Crusaders ‎– Talk That Talk


Pacific Jazz Records ‎– Vinyl, LP

Pacific Jazz Records 1966 ‎– ST-20106

notes:

Talk That Talk is the ninth album by The Jazz Crusaders
 recorded in 1966 and released on the Pacific Jazz label

credits:

Wayne Henderson (trombone)
Wilton Felder (tenor saxophone)
Joe Sample (piano)
Stix Hooper (drums)
Leroy Vinnegar (bass)
overdubs: unidentified big band


Producer – Richard Bock
Engineer – Lanky Linstrot
Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, February 7, 1966

tracklist:

A1 Walkin' My Cat Named Dog
Written-By – Norma Tanega
A2 Studewood 2:15
A3 I Can't Believe You Love Me
Written-By – Clarence Gaskill, Jimmy McHugh 2:39
A4 There Is A Time (Le Temps) 2:06
A5 Hey Girl
Written-By – Goffin And King 2:23
A6 Uptight (Everything's Alright) 2:30
B1 Arrastao 2:38
B2 Mohair Sam
Written-By – Dallas Frazier 2:28
B3 Walk On By
Written-By – Bacharach And David 2:49
B4 1, 2, 3
Written-By – David White , John Madara, Leonard Borisoff 2:43
B5 The Shadow Do 2:39
B6 Turkish Black 2:16






The Jazz Crusaders ‎– The Thing

 

Pacific Jazz Records ‎– Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo

Pacific Jazz Records ‎1965 – ST-87

notes:

The Thing is the eighth album by The Jazz Crusaders
 recorded in 1965 and released on the Pacific Jazz label.

credits:

The Jazz Crusaders
Wayne Henderson (trombone)
Wilton Felder (tenor saxophone)
Joe Sample (piano)
Stix Hooper (drums)
Monk Montgomery (Fender Jazz bass) (tracks 2, 3, 6 & 7)
Victor Gaskin (bass)(tracks 1, 4 & 5)

Producer    Richard Bock
Recorded    February 5 & 22, 1965
Studio    Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA
    
tracklist:
    
A1        The Thing
Written-By – Joe Sample
4:40
A2        Sunset In Mountains
Written-By – Wayne Henderson
5:10
A3        While The City Sleeps
Written-By – Strause*, Adams*
3:35
A4        White Cobra
Written-By – Joe Sample
4:45
B1        New Time Shuffle
Written-By – Joe Sample
4:40
B2        Para Mi Espoza
Written-By – Nesbert Hooper
6:40
B3        Soul Kosher
Written-By – Wilton Felder
5:35 
 
 
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18/04/2024

Lee Morgan ‎– Charisma

Blue Note ‎Records v– Vinyl, LP, Album, gatefold

 Blue Note records 1966 ‎– BST 84312

notes:

Charisma is an album by jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan featuring performances
by Morgan, Jackie McLean, Hank Mobley, Cedar Walton, Paul Chambers and Billy Higgins,
 recorded on September 29, 1966, but not released on the Blue Note label until 1969

credits:

    Lee Morgan - trumpet
    Jackie McLean - alto saxophone
    Hank Mobley - tenor saxophone
    Cedar Walton - piano
    Paul Chambers - bass
    Billy Higgins - drums


Recorded     September 29, 1966
Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs
engineer Rudy Van Gelder

tracklist:

A1 Hey Chico
Composed By – L. Morgan 7:00
A2     Somethin' Cute
Composed By – L. Morgan 6:35
A3     Rainy Night
Composed By – C. Walton 5:40
B1     Sweet Honey Bee
Composed By – D. Pearson 6:55
B2     The Murphy Man
Composed By – L. Morgan 7:35
B3     The Double Up
Composed By – L. Morgan 6:35


 
 

 

Lee Morgan – Cornbread


 

Blue Note Records– Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono

Blue Note records 1965 – BLP 4222

notes:

Cornbread is an album by American jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan.
Recorded in September 1965but released on the Blue Note label
in early 1967,] the album features performances by Morgan, along
 with sidemen Herbie Hancock, Billy Higgins,
Jackie McLean, Hank Mobley, and Larry Ridley.

credits:

Lee Morgan – Trumpet
Herbie Hancock – Piano
Billy Higgins – Drums
Jackie McLean – Alto sax
Hank Mobley – Tenor sax
Larry Ridley – Bass

 recorded at:
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, September 18, 1965   
 Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
    
tracklist:

A1        Cornbread
Written-By – Lee Morgan
9:00
A2        Our Man Higgins
Written-By – Lee Morgan
8:50
B1        Ceora
Written-By – Lee Morgan
6:20
B2        Ill Wind
Written-By – Arlen*, Koehler*
7:55
B3        Most Like Lee
Written-By – Lee Morgan
6:45