Wes Montgomery - Double Deluxe FLAC album
Genre: Jazz / Soul and Funk music
Title: Double Deluxe
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Wes Montgomery – Double Deluxe. Genre: Jazz, Funk, Soul. L 45027/8, SAMW 7/8. Wes Montgomery. Double Deluxe (2xLP, Comp). A&M Records, A&M Records. Australia. AMW 7-8.
Full House is an album by jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery that was released in 1962. The performance was recorded live at Tsubo in Berkeley, California on June 25, 1962. The session featured a quintet that included Wynton Kelly on piano, Johnny Griffin on tenor saxophone, Paul Chambers on bass, and Jimmy Cobb on drums. The original release was on the Riverside Records label. There have been a number of reissues of the recording, most including alternate takes of several tracks
Wes Montgomery - guitar Jimmy Cobb - drums Johnny Griffin - tenor sax Paul Chambers - bass Wynton Kelly - piano. I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face. INgrooves (от лица компании "Nevada Records"); SOLAR Music Rights Management, EMI Music Publishing, UMPI, BMI - Broadcast Music In. ARESA" и другие авторские общества (5). Композиция.
This was Montgomery's only European tour and this official recording will make a great addition to anyone's Wes Montgomery collection. Tunes like "Four On Six", "Impressions", and "Here's That Rainy Day" prove that Montgomery hadn't lost his chops as far as straight ahead jazz, even though he was releasing albums that were heavily arranged with strings on the Verve label. Both Directions at Once: The Lost Album (Deluxe 2 CD) Audio CD. John Coltrane.
The Incredible Jazz Guitar Of Wes Montgomery. Wes Montgomery - The Incredible Jazz Guitar Of Wes Montgomery (1960). Songs in album Wes Montgomery - The Incredible Jazz Guitar Of Wes Montgomery (1960).
Wes Montgomery borrowed this guitar to record his first album (The Wes Montgomery Trio) on Riverside Records. Gibson ES-175 – Kenny Burrell’s blues and rock guitar used for studio sessions. He uses the bridge pickup and light-gauge strings for bending. He is not a big fan of ES-175 models because they are too small and uncomfortable. Heritage Super KB – This Kenny Burrell Heritage signature guitar is based on the Gibson Super 400. Epiphone Emperor. Fender Hot Rod Deluxe George Benson – for smaller gigs. Larry Carlton’s Guitar Gear. Larry Carlton, who goes by the moniker Mr. 335, is famous for his studio work with Steely Dan and Joni Mitchel. He played on 100s of gold records and is proficient in a wide variety of styles, going from pop to blues to bebop. Larry Carlton – Guitars.
Wes Montgomery LP WIllow Weep For Me PROMO.
With his use of octaves and forceful soloing in the late '50s, Wes Montgomery asserted that the guitarist was fully capable of fronting his own group and, like the tenors, offer cutting edge music. It isn't so much the material he chooses that captures one's attention, though certainly an original like "Four on Six" draws the listener in. Instead, it's Montgomery's unique use of octaves, ability to solo with.
|When I Look In Your Eyes|
|Where Have All The Flowers Gone|
|When A Man Loves A Woman|
|Green Leaves Of Summer|
|Up And At It|
|I'll Be Back|
|Watch What Happens|
|Georgia On My Mind|
|I Say A Little Prayer For You|
|Willow Weep For Me|
|Fly Me To The Moon|
|Down Here On The Ground|
|A Day In The Life|
|L 45027/8, SAMW 7/8||Wes Montgomery||Double Deluxe (2xLP, Comp)||A&M Records, A&M Records||L 45027/8, SAMW 7/8||Australia||Unknown|
|AMW 7-8||Wes Montgomery||Double Deluxe (2xLP, Comp)||A&M Records||AMW 7-8||Japan||Unknown|