Wes Montgomery - The Incredible Jazz Guitar Of Wes Montgomery FLAC album
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1st press mono with deep groove blue labels having no "Inc" at the end of "Bill Grauer Productions" at bottom. Recorded in New York, January 26 & 28, 1960. Other Versions (5 of 66) View All. Cat.
John Leslie Wes Montgomery was one of the most influential jazz guitarists of the twentieth century. Starting to play guitar in 1943, Wes played a background role with such artists such as Lionel Hampton for years until the late fifties when he started to record. The Incredible jazz guitar of Wes Montgomery, recorded in 1960, was Wes’s first solo recording on the Riverside label and is regarded as one of his best. I can definitely say that it stands up to that claim. The Wes Montgomery Quartet includes: Wes Montgomery – Guitar Tommy Flanagan – Piano Albert Tootie Heath – Drums Percy Heath.
The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery. The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery is an album by American jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery. Most of its tracks exemplify two of Montgomery's distinguishing techniques: "thumb picking" and the use of octaves. In 2017, the album was selected for the National Recording Registry by the Library of Congress as "culturally, historically, or artistically significant.
John Leslie "Wes" Montgomery (March 6, 1923 – June 15, 1968) was an American jazz guitarist. Montgomery was known for an unusual technique of plucking the strings with the side of his thumb which granted him a distinctive sound. He often worked with his brothers Buddy and Monk and with organist Jimmy Smith.
All I knew was that I really dug Montgomery's guitar playing. After getting the 1987 version of the CD, I learned that the album included Sonny Rollins' "Airegin", Dave Brubeck's "In Your Own Sweet Way", 2 standards, and 4 originals by Montgomery. The incredible skills of Wes Montgomery will live on in jazz history. In the mid 60s I became familiar with his music. With this CD he validates the title, The Incredible Jazz Guitar. Which is a more classic straight ahead jazz approach compared to the octaves played in the 60s which became his signature style. Like Herby Hancock and Ramsey Lewis he brought FM music to the AM radio band then.
Many listeners first heard Montgomery on a groundbreaking album released in 1960, The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery.
The Wes Montgomery Trio (1959)The Wes Montgomery Trio1959. The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery (1960). Movin' Along (1960)Movin' Along1960. The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery is the fourth album by American jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery. Most of its tracks are considered to be the best examples of Wes Montgomery's two distinguishing techniques - "thumb picking" and the use of octaves. He plays forcefully but never overtly so on the bop tracks, offering up his trademark delicacy on the laid-back "Polka Dots and Moonbeams" and easy-as-pie "Gone with the Wind.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – Sonny Rollins
|3||Polka Dots And Moonbeams
Written-By – Burke - Van Heusen*
|4||Four On Six||6:12|
|5||West Coast Blues||7:21|
|6||In Your Own Sweet Way
Written-By – Dave Brubeck
|8||Gone With The Wind
Written-By – Wrubel*, Magidson*
- Record Company – Universal Music Group International
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fantasy, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Fantasy, Inc.
- Recorded At – Reeves Sound Studios
- Remastered At – Fantasy Studios
- Bass – Percy Heath
- Design [Cover], Artwork [Cover Produced By] – Harris Lewine, Ken Braren, Paul Bacon
- Drums – Albert "Tootie" Heath*
- Engineer [Recording] – Jack Higgins
- Guitar – Wes Montgomery
- Photography By [Cover And Booklet] – Lawrence N. Shustak
- Piano – Tommy Flanagan
- Producer, Liner Notes [Original] – Orrin Keepnews
- Remastered By [Digital Remastering] – Kirk Felton
- Written-By – Wes Montgomery (tracks: 2, 4, 5, 7)
NotesRecorded in New York City; January 26 and 28, 1960.
Digital remastering, 1987 (Fantasy Studios, Berkeley)
Riverside Records. ℗&© 1987, 1992, Fantasy, Inc.
Made in the EU.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 025218603621
- Label Code: LC 15025
- Rights Society: BIEM/SABAM
- Other (SPARS Code): AAD
|RLP 12-320||Wes Montgomery||The Incredible Jazz Guitar Of Wes Montgomery (LP, Album, Mono)||Riverside Records||RLP 12-320||US||1960|
|VICJ-2218||Wes Montgomery||The Incredible Jazz Guitar Of Wes Montgomery (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Riverside Records||VICJ-2218||Japan||2003|
|C60 22407 000||Уэс Монтгомери*||Уэс Монтгомери (LP, Album)||Мелодия||C60 22407 000||USSR||1985|
|UCGO 9003||Wes Montgomery||The Incredible Jazz Guitar Of Wes Montgomery (SACD, Album, dig)||Riverside Records||UCGO 9003||Japan||Unknown|
|OJC-036, RLP-9320||Wes Montgomery||The Incredible Jazz Guitar Of Wes Montgomery (LP, Album, RE)||Original Jazz Classics, Riverside Records||OJC-036, RLP-9320||US||1982|