Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated

"Red Hot From Alex"



Side 1

1. Woke Up This Morning (B.B.King) 2:42

2. Skipping (Korner) 2:19

3. Herbie's Tune (Trad.arr.Korner) 4:09

4. Stormy Monday (T-Bone Walker) 4:46

5. It's Happening (Graham Bond) 2:11


Side 2

6. Roberta (Trad.arr.Korner) 2:30

7. Jones (Duke Ellington/Clark Terry) 3:58

8. Cabbage Greens (Korner) 2:16

9. Chicken Shack (Johnny Smith) 2:30

10. Haitian Fight Song (Mingus) 3:38


[A: Track 2,3,9]

Alexis Korner (electric guitar)

Dave Castle (alto sax)

Art Themen, Dick Heckatall-Smith (tenor saxes)

Ron Edgeworth (organ)

Danny Thompson (string bass)

Barry Houghton (drums)

London, March 16th, 1964


[B: Track 4,6,10]

as [A] minus Heckstall-Smith and with Herbie Goins (vocal, tumbas) added.

Ron Edgeworth plays piano as well as organ and Dave Castle plays flute on 4.

London, March 18th, 1964


[C: Track 1,5,7]

as [B]

London, March 19th, 1964


[D: Track 8]

Alexis Korner (electric guitar)

Ron Edgeworth (organ)

Danny Thompson (string bass)

Barry Howton (drums)

London, March 19th, 1964





Produced by Nathan Joseph

Recording Engineer: Bill Leader

Cover design and photo by Brain Shuel

Recorded at Olympic Studios London on 16th, 18th and 19th March 1964

Released in June 1964, Transatlantic LP (TRA 117)

Liner Notes by Charles Fox


Re-mastered CD

Pic Right:

Wooded Hill Recordings/Transatlantic Records Ltd CD (HILLCD 17) in 1997

Re-mastering: Damian Korner & Mark Troster

Co-ordinationtors: Clif Dane and Mark Troster

Liner Notes by Mark Troster


Pic Left:

Castle Music/Sanctuary Records Group Ltd CD (CMRCD 293) in 2001

Re-mastering: Gary @ Sanctuary Mastering

Co-ordinators: John Reed and Antony Amos


Re-issued Vinyl

"Alexis Korner's All Stars Blues Incorporated "

(Transatlantic LP, TRA SAM 7) in July 1969




"This is Alexis Korner"

(Metronome LP, 201.007, Germany) in July 1969




"Alexis Korner's All Stars Blues Incorporated "

(Just Sunshine LP, JSS13, US only) in 1974






"The Original"

(Transatlantic LP, 0044.014) in 1980




Record Mirror, July 4th, 1964