Wednesday, September 7, 2011

I don't shake like jelly and I don't taste like jam....

I'm still working on a list of the Wardell Quezergue productions/arrangements I've posted in the past. They're even more numerous than I thought.

These Smokey Johnson instrumentals are totally part of the canon, as is this funk monster by Gus Lewis, along with this beauty by Willie Tee.

As of today, Derek See's posted yet another superb tune by Willie Tee, here, and both Darcy over at Feel It and Red Kelly at The B-Side have offered up utterly gorgeous sides by King Floyd. Those links are here, and here, respectively.

And there's still a whole lot more to come if I have anything at all to say about it.

I posted the flip-side of this record last winter. Unfortunately, I only owned a trashed copy at the time. This 45 is in much much nicer shape, in fact it's almost mint [except for some water damage].

So here ya go, yet another killer side from the hand of Mr. Q.

Hope ya'll enjoy....


  1. I had no idea Mr Q was behind this one! Been a fave for a LONG time, amazing record. Your Axe label is slightly different than mine.

  2. Thanks as always for the fine music!

  3. Derek...that's interesting. My other copy is brown and yellow instead of black and yellow. Maybe because this is a promo copy? Or is there some other difference? I've had a copy of your rip for some time, but it doesn't look like I saved the scan, so I can't compare the two.'s totally my pleasure.

  4. Fabulous stuff. The Q gave a lot of people a lot of pleasure over the years.

    And you: Thanks for all your posts.