Wardell Quezergue | Jacob Blickenstaff | wardell
Arranger and producer Wardell Quezergue was born on March 12, 1930 into a musical family and died on September 6, 2011. In 1964 he formed Nola Records and one of the initial releases, “Barefootin'” by Robert Parker, was an international success. Other successes he achieved included King Floyd’s “Groove Me” and Jean Knight’s “Mr. Big Stuff”. He was associated closely with the Malaco studio.