Psychedelic/Space Rock Germany 2000s Sula Bassana – “My Blue Guitar”

Psychedelic/Space Rock Germany 2000s

Sula Bassana, real name Dave Schmidt (Berlin, Germany) Alternative/Experimental/Krautrock/Progressive/Psychedelic/Space Rock band 

Instrumental

“My Blue Guitar” A3 track included on the album “Dreamer” 

Released on Nasoni Records ( NASONI 019) on vinyl format, on Elektrohasch Schallplatten Records (Elektrohasch 106) on cd format in 2002

Line-up/Credits :

Dave Schmidt (Sula Bassana) / vocals, guitar, bass, synthesizers (Moog, Korg, Roland), Mellotron, organ, sitar, drums, drum sampler, computer, flutes, producer

Artwork: Doreen

Sula Bassana – “Dreamer” Album cover photo (front) cd edition on Elektrohasch Schallplatten (Elektrohasch 106)

SULA BASSANA DREAMER CD EDITION 2

Sula Bassana – “Dreamer” Album cover photo (front) edition on Nasoni Records ( NASONI 019)

SULA BASSANA DREAMER LP EDITION 1

Sula Bassana – “My Blue Guitar” Video file link on YouTube

Sula Bassana – “Dreamer” Audio file link on Bandcamp

Sula Bassana Artist’s Homepage link

Sula Bassana Profile Page link on Facebook

Sula Bassana – Artist’s Page link on Facebook

Sula Bassana – Artist’s Page link on Discogs

 

7/12-inch Singles/E.P.s Garage/Psychedelic Rock U.S.A. 1960s Love – “My Little Red Book”

7/12-inch Singles/E.P.s Garage/Psychedelic Rock U.S.A. 1960s

Cover Version

Love (Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.)

‘My Little Red Book” (written by Burt Bacharach/Hal David) A Side single (B Side single “A Message To Pretty”, A1 track included on the album “Love” released in March 1966, on Elektra Records (EKL-4001)

Released in 1966  on Elektra Records (EK-45603)

My Little Red Book” is a song composed by Burt Bacharach with lyrics by Hal David. In the wake of the British Invasion, Bacharach, a former bandleader for Marlene Dietrich, began working hands-on with beat groups of the era such as Manfred Mann. Manfred Mann recorded the song for the 1965 film What’s New Pussycat?, filmed between October 1964 and June 1965; the entire catalogue of music for the film was written by Bacharach and David.

In 1966, the song became a rock standard when remade by the Los Angeles based group Love, where it reached No. 52 in the US national charts.

Line-up/Credits :

Arthur Lee – lead vocals, percussion, harmonica. Also drums

Johnny Echols – lead guitar

Bryan MacLean – rhythm guitar, vocals. Lead vocals

Ken Forssi – bass guitar

Alban “Snoopy” Pfisterer – drums

Lyrics :

I just got out my little red book
The minute that you said good-bye.
I thumbed right through my little red book
I wasn’t gonna sit and cry.
And I went from A to Z;
I took out every pretty girl in town.
They danced with me, and while I held them,
All I did was to talk about you.
Hear your name and I’d start to cry
There is just no getting over you.
No girl who is in my little red book,
Just ever could replace your love,
And each girl in my little red book
Knows you’re the one I’m thinking of.
Won’t you please come back to me?
Without your precious love I can’t go on.
Where can you be? I need you so much.
All I do is talk about you,
Hear your name and I start to cry
There is just no getting over you.
Songwriters: Burt Bacharach / Burt F Bacharach / Hal David
Love – “My Little Red Book Single photo (A Side)
LOVE MY LITTLE RED BOOK 1

Love -“My Little Red Book” Video file link on YouTube

Love – “Love” Full album Video file link on Spotify

 

 

Jazz/Jazz Rock U.S.A. 1960s (Tracks) Kenny Burrell – “Midnight Blue”

Jazz/Jazz Rock U.S.A. 1960s (Tracks)

Kenny Burrell (Kenneth Earl Burrell) (Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A.)

“Midnight Blue” (written by Kenny Burrell) A4 track included on the album “Midnight Blue” 

Released in May 1963 on Blue Note Records (BLP 4123)

Line-up/Credits :

Performance

Kenny Burrell – guitar

Stanley Turrentine – tenor saxophone (except #3, 4, 6, 9)

Major Holley – bass (except #3)

Bill English – drums (except #3)

Ray Barretto – conga (except #3, 6)

Production

Eric Bernhardi – graphic design

Bob Blumenthal – liner notes

Micaela Boland – design

Michael Cuscuna – producer, reissue producer

Leonard Feather – original liner notes

Gordon Jee – creative director

Alfred Lion – producer

Reid Miles – cover design, typography

Rudy Van Gelder – engineerremastering

Tom Vasatka – Producer

Francis Wolff – photography, cover photo

Kenny Burell – “Midnight Blue” Album cover photo (front)

KENNY BURRELL MIDNIGHT BLUE 2

Kenny Burrell – “Midnight Blue” Album photos (Side A and B)

KENNY BURRELL MIDNIGHT BLUE 1

Kenny Burrell – “Midnight Blue” Video file link on YouTube

Kenny Burrell Artist’s page on Spotify

Kenny Burrell – “Midnight Blue” Full album video file link on YouTube