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West Coast Blues - Wes Montgomery Quartet* - Vibratin

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  1. Feb 09,  · Concert St Jean Cap Ferrat - 06 France Tribute To Wes Montgomery! Yes to Wes Didier Conchon - Guitar Marc Peillon - Double Bass Marcel Sabiani - Drums Extrait Video - .
  2. Nov 28,  · Incredible Jazz Guitar Of Wes Montgomery (Cover Photo By Jean-PierreLeloir) WES MONTGOMERY. out of 5 stars 3. Vinyl. West Coast Blues (Wes Montgomery) 6. In Your Own Sweet Way (Dave Brubeck) 7. Mr. in addition to the quartet of guitar, piano, bass (Ron Carter) and drums, it features Ray Barretto on conga which really /5(50).
  3. The s and early s recordings by Wes Montgomery are among the greatest in jazz-guitar history. But what of the mid-to-late '60s albums that Montgomery cut for Verve and A&M that led to his greatest popular successes-and the loudest critiques from the jazz world? Josef Woodard gives us an indepth look at the commercial apex of Montgomery's career.
  4. Jun 09,  · Last night, I played the Wes Montgomery album "The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery" on the Riverside vinyl reissue called "Vibratin'" that I have as a VG+ vinyl which is a great sounding recording of jazz guitar (no pop influences added yet) and the vinyl pressing is as quiet as can be with the exception of some clicks from use but it is very well taken care of vinyl.
  5. West Coast Blues was written by the unparalleled genius of jazz guitar, Wes Montgomery. The solo changes are different than the changes for the melody, and so that’s something to be aware of on this tune. This tune first appeared on Wes’ album, The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery. The album also featured [ ]Author: Camden Hughes.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Plays the Blues - Wes Montgomery on AllMusic - - A grab-bag set from past efforts. It's good for 6/

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