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Wes Montgomery

John Leslie Wes Montgomery (March 6, 1923 – June 15, 1968) was an American jazz guitarist.

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Now playing James and Wes by Jimmy Smith and Wes Montgomery!
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My 13-year old son just played a Wes Montgomery tune just about perfectly on his guitar...and I almost cried. Being a Dad is awesome.
Wynton Kelly Trio with Wes Montgomery ‘Smokin’ in Seattle’ 180g LP only (Resonance) 4/5
Bumpin on the Sunset by Wes Montgomery and Wes Montgomery
"The missing link between Jimi Hendrix and Wes Montgomery on one hand, between P-Funk and Mississippi Fred...
Amazing new stuff by Jaco Pastorius, Bill Evans, Wes Montgomery w/ Wynton Kelly. Vinyl-only, but stream tracks here. https:…
Further Adventures of Jimmy and Wes by Jimmy Smith & Wes Montgomery on Apple Music
on I'm listening to Moanin' by Wes Montgomery
'Double Deal' by 'Wes Montgomery' on ‘George Shearing and the Montgomery Brothers’
Wes Montgomery - Round Midnight Harold Mabern on piano, Arthur Harper on bass, Jimmy Lovelace on d…
You must be getting slammed with questions about RSD stock but will any Bill Evans or Wes Montgomery albums go online tomorrow?
Wes Montgomery plays The Champs' "Tequila" and "Goin' Out Of My Head" at the 1967 Newport Jazz Festival.
all time the best music Wes Montgomery - Insensatez
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The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery "whatever he does comes alive, the mark of a true artist"
Legendary guitarist Wes Montgomery plays "Tequila" and "Going Out Of My Head" at the '67 Newport Jazz Festival.
Thanks dad, for the music you played... Wes Montgomery-A Day In The Life via
Listening to The Big Hurt by Wes Montgomery, on the album: Tequila
All that jazz on WBOM. Now playing: Wes Montgomery - Insensatez.
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Wes Montgomery is excellent "traffic" jazz- but more importantly, he is fantastic everyday jazz. Hope you're well, friend.
Wes Montgomery is my medicine tonight- crazy days occupy endlessly. certainly helps.
dunno if you've been interested in any Wes Montgomery books, but this came to the bookstore I work
Listening to Wives And Lovers by Wes Montgomery, on the album: Tequila
Listening to Insensatez (How Insensitive) (Album Version) by Wes Montgomery, on the album: Tequila
Hoping to capture the tone of Wes Montgomery/Pat Martino in this guitar. Getting ready to shape.…
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Listening to Little Child (Daddy Dear) by Wes Montgomery, on the album: Tequila
Listening to Midnight Mood by Wes Montgomery, on the album: Tequila
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The strings in Thong Song sample jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery's cover version of The Beatles' Eleanor Rigby. You can hear it now, cant you?
Listening to Tequila by Wes Montgomery, on the album: Tequila
I really wish that Wes Montgomery's thumb and James Jamerson's index finger were running our country right now.
Listening to The Thumb by Wes Montgomery, on the album: Tequila
Listening to The Thumb by Wes Montgomery at December 4, 2016 at 02:05AM
"Regardless of what U play, the biggest thing is keeping the feel going." -Wes Montgomery-moving this Saturday alon…
i watched this Wes Montgomery and thought of that phrase 'jazz level' that you've used. This!
Listening to Bumpin' On Sunset by Wes Montgomery, on the album: Tequila
Wim Overgaauw - Without You from Sagittarius (1971). When Wes Montgomery doesn't work out, settle for a little Wim:
Hendrix inspired me, but I was still more into Wes Montgomery. ...
“I never practice my guitar… from time to time I just open the case and throw in a piece of raw meat.”. ― Wes Montgomery
Nice recording of Grant Green. Green and Wes Montgomery are my two favorite jazz players of all time.
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Wes Montgomery - Bumpin' on Sunset. Such a cool song.
Ooh man. Wes Montgomery and Jimmy Cobb ON FIRE. jamison_ross thx for…
I think Wes Montgomery is the greatest jazz guitarist that ever lived.
I died a little when both George Benson and Wes Montgomery did this.
can't slap my Wes Montgomery and Pat Martino mix tapes no mo
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Wynton Kelly trio, Wes Montgomery - Smokin' at the Half Note Full album
“What's New?” by Wes Montgomery & Wynton Kelly Trio, from the album Smokin' At the Half Note (Expanded Edition)
Wes Montgomery records Unit 7 with Wynton Kelly, bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Jimmy Cobb on this date in 1965.
"Wes Montgomery played impossible things cos it was never pointed out to him that they were imposible" Ronnie Scott
Jimmy Smith and Wes Montgomery, the dynamic duo.
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Indy Jazz Fest 2016 will host shows in honor of Wes Montgomery. For more:
Just finished my piece! With the accompaniment of Ray Bailey playing my favorite.Wes Montgomery's - "Bumpin"
Studying guitar is easy, listening to greats like T-Bone Walker and Wes Montgomery.
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Awesome photo Scott..Love blues music myself too and hold high regard for guitar greats as Eric Clapton and Wes Montgomery...
Nice find at sunny Herne Hill market before. Wes Montgomery w one of my favourite Beatles covers...
Thank/blame me for jazzy playlist: Johnny Hodges, Idris Ackamoor, Wes Montgomery.
I added a video to a playlist Nat Adderley ft. Wes Montgomery - Work Song
7th Avenue Stroll Excellent Album! Mark Whitfield Is an Amazing Guitarist in the Wes Montgomery / George Benson
Wes Montgomery, before my musical evaluation is just what i need. Time to not freak out, stress, and study in peace. I'm exhausted mentally.
Listen to Work Song (feat. Wes Montgomery, Bobby Timmons, Percy Heath & Sam Jones) by Nat Adderley on
Solid list! 🔥 I've been getting into some of the older jazz guys lately - Wes Montgomery, Joe Pass, Jim Hall.
I added a video to a playlist Wes Montgomery / West Coast Blues
My favourite jazz guitarist, Wes Montgomery, was born today in 1923.
Today in 1923, one of the best jazz guitarists of the 20th century, Wes Montgomery, was born in Indianapolis.
in 1963, influential guitarist Wes Montgomery was born.
Born 1923 Wes Montgomery who was taken from us too soon. RIP.
Happy 93rd birthday to late-great jazz guitarist WES MONTGOMERY. Hear a classic at https…
Happy Birthday Wes Montgomery born this day 1923 photograph by Freddy Warren
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I'll go Ornette Coleman and unembellished Wes Montgomery, just his guitar. Earlier Miles and Ron Carter on anything.
The program was a tribute to Wes Montgomery w/ mark Whitfield on guitar and forget the drummer. This was in 2004
IKR.. I was thinking the same thing... Luv Peter Frampton, Wes Montgomery and the Best Jimmi Hendrix.. Who's your fav
I liked a video from Jazz Guitar Chords - How to Play The Wes Montgomery Chord Scale
I've been listening to Wes Montgomery all day... God, that guy was an amazing guitarist!
Three great jazz signatures. Wes Montgomery, Herb Ellis and Howard Roberts.
Just as a brief follow up, "Bumpin'" is my favorite Wes Montgomery tune and one of my all-time favorite songs period.
If you're reachin' for that "set the mood" music, may I recommend the Wes Montgomery station on Pandora.
Only 9 years late to the right on time for a Montgomery
Well, I got pretty good and went on the road with a group. We starved. At t...
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Listen to Road Song by Wes Montgomery on My fathers back seat was my concert hall for Jazz on trips.
Enjoying coffee and Wes Montgomery on the stereo at Provisions Market Hall after my first appointment. A good sign I think.
Cool track of the day - Wes Montgomery does 'Impressions': …
Now Playing, Milt Jackson and Wes Montgomery — Stairway to the Stars (take 2) from Bags Meets Wes!
Got Mischa Tsiganov showing Wes Montgomery some love on is next w/music from his Elizabeth Catlett project!
My Wes Montgomery's "California Dreaming" vinyl came early... The heavens are good to me today.
Wes Montgomery - Bumpin' On Sunset. As cool as it gets.
Every time I play an octave melody, I think of George Benson; but he'd probably think of Wes Montgomery!
Practicing Wes Montgomery in my dorm and this dude listening in the hallway knocked on my door to tell me I sounded amazing. Nice
Delilah (Take 4) - Milt Jackson and Wes Montgomery on Hang - Listen
♫ S.K.J. by Milt Jackson and Wes Montgomery at January 06, 2016 at 04:00PM
My favorite artist is Grant Green. I also like Wes Montgomery, Stanley Turrentine and Thelonius Monk.
Year-end roundup with Wes Montgomery, Ted Hawkins, Tinariwen, BR5-49 and Donnie Fritts!
Clark Terry, Wes Montgomery and friends doing happy things on "Just Friends".
George Gershwin all the way man. Wes Montgomery is good too, but Django Reinhardt is the king.
Bumpin on sunset , Wes Montgomery- Brian Auger version live by LOG2 at Jazz Village
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for I'll go with Freddie King ... Joe Pass ... Al DeMiola ... Wes Montgomery & Grant Green runners up
Algorhythm Trio performs tonight at the Arvada Tavern at 8 pm. Tunes by Wes Montgomery, John Scofield, John Coltrane, plus original material
Wes Montgomery and the Montgomery Johnson Quintet. "Wes's Tune". Live at the Turf Club.
I'm listening to Impressions by Wes Montgomery on
Don't forget the Three Kings of Blues Guitar, or Django Reinhardt, or Robert Johnson, or Jim Hall, or Wes Montgomery, or...!
First rehearsal in with the to Wes Montgomery
After diving head-first into jazz for a few months: Charlie Parker, Chet Baker, Bill Evans, Wes Montgomery
Roscoe Beck, Brannen Temple, Mitch Watkins - Wes Montgomery tribute at Cactus Cafe hosted by KUT and Rabbi Neil...
This hour on Bill Evans, Wes Montgomery, Gene Harris with Scott Hamilton, Art Tatum, and Kenny Burrell! Tune in! ~Helen
Jazz guitar legend Wes Montgomery died on this day in 1968. Hear him at '67 Newport.
Listening to the smooth strings of Wes Montgomery wif Pops 2 nite!
Listen to Friends Ft. NA$TRBOYE, Wes Montgomery, & Kip Salad by Savage TOANS on Artist:
Sunday evening Wes Montgomery is super lovely.
Wes Montgomery fell over with a heart attack & died at 45, the height of his career
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Going even more into jazz on a super scratchy disc of Wes Montgomery's "A Day in the Life" tune in
In the series premiere, operative Wes Lawrence unearths a haunting event on ABC Montgomery at 7pm
A release of unknown unreleased Wes Montgomery from 1957 to 58. Whoa.
After a busy few days I'm relaxing in front of Wes Montgomery on Sky Arts.…
Dear god Wes Montgomery was a utter king on the guitar. Beautiful fluid intelligent playing. And his THUMB!!! might like this.
It's 11 o clock and I'm watching Wes Montgomery live in '65 on sky arts. Jaz
Wes Montgomery: Live in '65 on Sky Arts 2 now.
Wes Montgomery on Sky Arts 2 at the moment. Just played Impressions by John Coltrane. Fab groove.
Wes Montgomery and Thelonius Monk: early recordings fill in gaps
wes Montgomery bumpin on the sunset
Wes Montgomery - Bumpin' via Theme song for Gentry Imperial
A great soul who dwelt too briefly among us—Wes Montgomery.
Wes Montgomery 'In The Beginning' in "True measure...what he can say in a few notes...Wes spoke volumes."
Pete Townshend liner notes on new Wes Montgomery "In The Beginning" boxset:
My interview w/ of about the AMAZING package of new Wes Montgomery music:
Lets try this again...too excited. is premiering a new unreleased track!
Great article by NUVO's Kyle about new Wes Montgomery CD and about Resonance Records's Zev Feldman, the Indiana...
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Pete Townshend writes essay in new collection of rare Wes Montgomery recordings. to pre-order & more
Wes Montgomery with the Wynton Kelly Trio - Portrait of Jennie / Smokin' At The Half Note
Wes Montgomery followed by Nina Simone and then Willie Bobo open my show Thanks 2 our very hip members the music never stops.Thank U!
The greatest jazz band on the planet would be Wes Montgomery, Buddy Rich, and Gregg Allman. Anyone agree?
Wes Montgomery, JJ Johnson, and Freddie Hubbard to name a few.
We got some Boz, Boney, Wes Montgomery, Jimmy Smith and many more that is in rotation to celebrate Christmas! It's goin down
Recorded in December, 1961, "Bags Meets Wes!" by Milt Jackson and Wes Montgomery. TODAY in LA COLLECTION on RVJ >>
Wanking over power chords is not cool! John Scofield, Wes Montgomery etc...
Jazz Masters at noon has classic discs recorded on this date from Blakey, Bill Evans, Mobley, Woody Shaw and Milt Jackson & Wes Montgomery.
I'm enjoying 'Milt Jackson and Wes Montgomery - S.K.J.' on the Cool Jazz channel at
the traditional Dean Martin. Also would recommend the Wes Montgomery + Jimmy Smith sandwich version
cMrMotivator Got Some Jimmie Smith & Wes Montgomery to close out the Jazzy Christmas Show! Oh yea! These songs will put a smile on your face
Stay tuned Rudy I got some Wes Montgomery and Jimmie Smith coming up in the last hour!
This hour on KJazz and Wes Montgomery, Coleman Hawkins, and Sonny Rollins with John Coltrane. Tune in! ~Helen
Wes Montgomery - Here's That Rainy Day Leslie "Wes" Montgomery (March 6, 1923 – June 15, 1968)[1] was an American jazz guitarist. He is widely considered one of the major jazz guitarists, emerging after such seminal figures as Django Reinhardt and Charlie Christian and influencing countless others, including George Benson, Kenny Burrell, Bobby Broom, Royce Campbell, Grant Green, Jimi Hendrix, Steve Howe, Russell Malone, Pat Martino, Pat Metheny, Lee Ritenour, Joe Diorio, Tuck Andress, David Becker, Randy Napoleon, and Emily Remler. Montgomery was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. According to NPR Jazz Profiles "The Life and Music Of Wes Montgomery," the nickname "Wes" was a child's abbreviation of his middle name, Leslie. He came from a musical family; his brothers, Monk (double bass and electric bass) and Buddy (vibraphone and piano), were jazz performers. The brothers released a number of albums together as the Montgomery Brothers. Although he was not skilled at reading music, he could learn complex melo ...
THE SHADOW OF YOUR SMILE Dedicated to Legendary Arranger Don Sebesky, my favorite guitar player, Wes Montgomery, and to Tom Jones for giving me the inspiration to let loose.
Happy Birthday, Earl Klugh! Earl Klugh (pronounced "Clue", born September 16, 1953, Detroit, Michigan) is an American smooth jazz/crossover jazz/jazz fusion guitarist and composer. In 2006 Modern Guitar magazine wrote that Klugh "is considered by many to be one of the finest acoustic guitar players today." At the age of 13, Klugh was captivated by the guitar playing of Chet Atkins when Atkins made an appearance on the Perry Como Show. Klugh was a performing guest on several of Atkins' albums. Atkins, reciprocating as well, joined Earl on his Magic In Your Eyes album. Klugh also appeared with Atkins on several television programs, including Hee Haw and a 1994 TV special entitled "Read my Licks". Klugh was also influenced by Bob James, Ray Parker Jr, Wes Montgomery and Laurindo Almeida. His sound is a blend of these jazz, pop and rhythm and blues influences, forming a potpourri of sweet contemporary music original to only him. Klugh's first recording, at age 15, was on Yusef Lateef's Suite 16. He played on ...
If i could play like Wes Montgomery, i would be in heaven. - Beautiful Misty.
Interview (08/21/14) with Pat Metheny on collabs with Wes Montgomery, Jaco Pastorius and more:
- Wes Montgomery, Wynton Marsalis, BB King, Sipho Gumede - today was an old school day...
Tasha Cobb is Killin the stage right now with Isaac Caree, James Fortune, Wes Montgomery, Tamela Mann, Ricky Dillard. Church in the park on Saturday. (Powerful)
Famous as the last surviving member of Miles Davis Kind of Blue band, Jimmy Cobb s music career over the past 60 years includes other memorable work with Earl Bostic, Dinah Washington, Sarah Vaughn, Wynton Kelly, and Wes Montgomery. He was teaching a master class at the New School for Social Researc…
I have just started backing Jimmy Henley as a Bass player on a couple of his projects. I have played for years but have not always been given the opportunity because I am much more associated with guitar. My guitar influences are quite obvious (even to me!): Phil Keaggy, Wes Montgomery, Kenny Burrell, George Harrison, Carlos Santana... Now that I am working on this project with Jimmy I am seeing that the people I thought were my influences on Bass are not as diverse as I thought. I always imagined because I played in Funk and Jazz groups my influences would be Ron Carter, Stanley Carter, Louis Johnson, Bootsy Collins...just because I played a lot of their riffs. What I discovered when I had to write my own riffs is that I play more melodic than funky...more Paul McCartney than Parliament. No matter what I do I cannot seem to escape the Beatles lol!
Jimmy Smith&Wes Montgomery kicking off my set followed by Sarah Vaughan w/Count Basie's Orch. The music never stops thx 2 our members!
Coming up this hour on KJazz: Herbie Hancock, Kenny Burrell and Wes Montgomery. Tune in at ~Helen
watching repeat of old Jazz 625 shows on BBC4. - Wes Montgomery, Cannonball Adderley, Brubeck - magic! :-)
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is celebrating what would have been his father's 82nd birthday! Playing nothing but his favorites all day--Wes Montgomery, Miles Davis, Black Uhuru, Nina Simone, Chalice, Nancy Wilson, Art Blakey, the Skatalites, Culture, Dave Brubeck, Kenny Rogers, Bunny Wailer and, of course, Peter Tosh. Love you and miss you more than words can possibly say.
Lichfield Vinyl Night at the George IV. Many thanks to everyone for another great night. Next session Monday, June 9th with curry. We'll be celebrating our second anniversary. Theme "Crime and Punishment" The first three or four tracks didn't get recorded, but here's the full listing of what was played :- We should have the playlist on Soundcloud soon. May Playlist - Theme - "Night and Day" Tom Jones - Day by day - Decca 45 Boney M - Night flight to Venus - Atlantic LP SRC - Daystar - Capitol LP Roxy Music - If it takes all night - Island LP Stanley Clarke - School days - Warner Bros LP Anne Shelton - Rome (wasn't built in a day) - Philips 45 Wes Montgomery - Round midnight - Riverside LP Harold Melvin and the Bluenotes - Wake up everybody - Streetsounds LP Electric Crayon Set - Good girl - Psychotron LP Bruce Springsteen - Because the night - Very dubious B/L 45 Black Heart Johnson - Midnight rambler - RCA 78 Xit - Someday - Rare Earth LP "Unknown" - All night baby - Elephant House 12" Earl Bostic - Nigh ...
Add a few more to the list - there is a connection! All of the players are known for playing guitar instrumentals Some people get it, some don't, different genre's of music but all have something in common, I keep thinking of more players to add, so if I've missed a player let me know. Here the list in order: Jimi Savage, Anth Purdy, Barney Kessel, Bucky Pizzarelli, Charlie Christian, Freddie Green, Gav Coulson, Joe Pass, Herb Ellis Joe Satriani, Johnny A, Larry Carlton, Les paul, Lou Pallo, Neil Mellor, Steve Vai, Wes Montgomery.
Seriously, Wes Montogmery's "The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery" should be required listening for all guitarists
Mr. 335 Larry Carlton (born March 2, 1948) is an American jazz, smooth jazz, jazz fusion, blues, pop, and rock guitarist. He has divided his recording time between solo recordings and session appearances with various well-known bands. Over his career, Carlton has won four Grammy Awards for his performances and compositions, including performing on the theme song for the hit television series, Hill Street Blues (1981). Biography Carlton was born in Torrance, California. He started learning to play guitar when he was six years old, studying under Slim Edwards near his Torrance home. Taking an interest in jazz while at high school, his playing style was influenced by Joe Pass, Wes Montgomery, Barney Kessel, and B.B. King. Saxophonist John Coltrane has also made a notable impression on Carlton, and Carlton's live albums have featured cuts from Miles Davis' Kind of Blue. Music career During the 1970s and early 1980s, Carlton was a session musician in Los Angeles, making up to five hundred recordings a year, in ...
This little write up is what's on the Southgate House Revival website about us, The Tadcasters. We will be going electric to rise to the SGHR's energy level. We did it there first, and it seemed to hit people over the head in a good way. Come on out. Get hit over the head, The Tadcaster way. Thu 5/8 Lounge The Tadcasters Free; 4 P.M. doors / 9:30 P.M. show Ages 21+ / We're a progressive bluegrass band. We have a lot of different influences, from folk to rock to blues to jazz, etc. We're not worried about replicating "traditional" bluegrass or folk music. Though we use "bluegrass" instruments, we might not use the in a "bluegrass" fashion. So like everyone else, we sound like ourselves and our influences at the same time. Influences include Clarence White, Doc Watson, Norman Blake, Jim Hall, Bill Monroe, Jerry Garcia, Miles Davis, Wes Montgomery, David Grisman, Vasser Clements, Earl Scruggs, Sam Bush, Nickel Creek, Yonder Mountain String Band, and Old Crow Medicine Show.
Dennis Coffey remains an unsung hero from the halcyon era of Detroit soul, contributing guitar to landmark records issued on the Motown, Ric-Tic, and Revilot labels in addition to cutting a series of efforts under his own name, most notably the cult classic blaxploitation soundtrack Black Belt Jones. Born and raised in the Motor City, Coffey learned to play guitar at age 13 while visiting relatives in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Though a fan of country music throughout adolescence, while attending Detroit's McKenzie High he also immersed himself in rock & roll, jazz, and blues, drawing inspiration from guitarists from Chuck Berry to Scotty Moore to Wes Montgomery. Coffey made his studio debut backing little-known rockabilly cat Vic Gallon on "I'm Gone," issued on the singer's own Gondola label. From there he played in a rockabilly duo with vocalist Durwood Hutto, eventually signing a recording contract with Jackie Wilson's manager, Nat Tarnopol. Through Tarnopol, Coffey met Motown owner Berry Gordy Jr., b ...
BWB into the next hour of cool Jazz with Cannonball Adderley, Errol Garner, Dizzy Gillespie, Ray Charles & Count Basie, Wes Montgomery, Tito Puente, David Sanborn, MIke Longo Trio + 2, Stacey Kent and more to cool off your evening with some Cool Jazz From BWB on just for you
BWB Welcome back after a great weekend. Let's take a moment and remember our fellow Americans in Mississippi, Alabama and Arkansas getting over the lost of life and damage in their communities. As Americans we all do our best to help and the Red Cross is one of the best places to donate and not get some sleazy people. tonight music include Charles Earland, Dave Brubeck Quartet, Chuck Mangione, *** Weller, Wes Montgomery, Cannonball Adderley and Milt Jackson, David Benoit & don't forget David will jump start your day with Jazz At 6 am Mon - Fridays her on www.jazzandbluesorg or locally FM88.1 in the Los Angeles and Long Beach area.
On tomorrow's edition of Frettin' Fingers (Saturday, April 26th) - in addition to an interview with Carol Kaye - I've got Roy Lanham, The Who, Bob & Lucille, Wes Montgomery, Lightnin' Hopkins and plenty more. Tune in at 11:00 AM Pacific Time to 90.7 FM - KSER - Everett, WA. Or catch Frettin' Fingers online at Don't you dare miss it!
Listening to some favorite albums, today: Miles, Derek Trucks (great versions of Soul Serenade and Afro-Blue), Wes Montgomery, and Aretha Franklin.
Wes Montgomery - 4 On 6 intro - based on the chords to Summertime by George Gershwin.
IPod shuffle is KILLING IT tonight: from Wes Montgomery to the Beastie Boys to the Cure to Connie Francis. TO ALICE IN CHAINS. YES.
Tonight, I was blessed with the reconnecting of a well respected friend and legendary musician. It was almost ten years since we last talked. At that time he had just returned from England and was working with Walter Dallas at The Freedom Theatre in a play where he portrayed Wes Montgomery (which he is well suited to play). He also shared testimony of his career being guided by our loving GOD! I'm talking about the guitarist with King Floyd and Dorothy Moore (Misty Blue); as well as serving as a sideman for several musical greats (GOOGLE him). My brother in CHRIST, Teddy Royal.
Wes Montgomery, Cannonball Adderley, and Miles Davis will be accompanying this seder, thank you very much.
The other night on my way to Live Oak, I tuned into this jazz station and they were playing a live performance of this really, really great guitarist. I was able to rule out Joe Pass, Kenny Burrell, Herb Ellis, Wes Montgomery, George Benson, and Barney Kessel but he was right up there in their league. And, although I don't have that many of his albums (maybe only one I've not played in a very long time), the name Pat Martino came to mind. Then, when the DJ announced the artist, sure enough, it was Pat Martino :) I can not overstate his greatness nor tone down my enthusiasm for recommending his music to aficionados of jazz music which features guitar. I would post a video but not that efficient to do it on phone. Check him out on YouTube :D I should have at least ten on his albums like I do of the aforementioned but, believe me, action is being taken to correct the deficiency.
Thanks for the Irish Mungu last night + Happy Birthday today .but no Dave Brubeck.or Wes Montgomery in the background.
Yesterday's finds - Eddie Money, Wes Montgomery, and REM. I'm into it.
A\Here is an absolutely amazing original jazz concert poster. This was a two day event held at the Greek Theater on the UC Berkeley campus. The first night had Cecil Taylor, Carmen McRae and Miles Davis Quintet as well as Miles Davis with the Gil Evans Orchestra. That's right, Miles played twice! On the second night the performances were Thelonious Monk, Wes Montgomery, Thad Jones and Mel Lewis, and Joe Williams. Before all that a piano workshop was held in the afternoon with Monk, Herbie Hancock, Cecil Taylor and others. A tremendous weekend of jazz in April 1968. This is just one of the many great pieces that was in our recent auction.
Good Evening Jazz Fans! Here's what's in the stack tonight.birthdays...Howard McGhee, "The Thumb"...Wes Montgomery, Brazilian songstress Flora Purim & trumpeter Charles Tolliver. PLUS some of the folks in the clubs this weekend. Jared Gold, Gerald Clayton, Donald Harrison, John DiMartino & Elise Wood. At 9pm, Mr. Paul Corn will be joining me to host an hour. & a whole lot more in between on tonight's edition of Evening Jazz...8pm-1am ET on JAZZ88.3FM & Join me! - Awilda Rivera
From T Bone Walker to Wes Montgomery he set the gold standard. Thanks for putting up yet another great photo
Good Thursday morning ... starting out chilly but will end up nice, as our warmup starts today. Big sports day, as Nick Lidstrom has his retired, JV starts for the Tigers today. Let's see what happened back then on March 6th .. 1899, aspirin was patented .. 1950, Silly Putty was invented .. 1975, "Pick Up the Pieces", and Led Zeppelin's album "Physical Graffiti" both went gold .. 1981, Walter Cronkite signed off on the CBS Evening News .. and in 1989, Smokey Robinson's autobiography "Inside My Life" was published. Born March 6th were Michelangelo in 1475 .. Bob Willis in '05 .. Lou Costello in '06 .. Ed McMahon (born in Detroit) in '23 .. jazzman Wes Montgomery in '25 .. Sylvia Robinson of Mickey & Sylvia in '36 .. Mary Wilson of the Supremes in '44 .. drummer Hugh Grundy of the Zombies in '45 .. David Gilmore of Pink Floyd in '46 .. Rob Reiner, and Kiki Dee, both in '47 .. Tom Arnold in '59 and Shaquille O'Neal in '72. People we lost March 6th were Davy Crockett in 1836 .. John Philip Sousa in '32 .. ...
It has just occurred to me. In my life, 3 guitar players who made statements that distinguished them from all the others. Wes Montgomery. Hank b Marvin and Carlos Santana. Every one has their own but it was those 3 in my life who made the difference. Before them was django reinhard but u was too young. Your choice? ?
BWB in my last hour, Stanley Turrentine, Dave Brubeck & Billy Taylor, Harry Connick, Jr., Duke Ellington, Wes Montgomery, David Sanborn with Lizz Wright, Lena Horne, The Bob Plorence Trio, Ray Brown Tri9o and Miles David and more. Michael Feinstein is next with Song Travels. Have a great evening and see you soon on KKJZ. Thanks for Breezin' With Bubba (BWB)
IF I could play guitar like Wes Montgomery, I'd be on easy street.
Vintage Guitar magazine We welcome Eddie Van Halen, Wes Montgomery, Ernie Ball, and the Gibson Firebird to the VG Hall of Fame. Also, we present Mark Knopfler’s "Privateering" with the reader-chosen Album of the Year. We also speak with Bryan Adams sideman Keith Scott about lending his tasteful playing and tones to all those mega-hit songs and albums, and highlight the guitars and amps he used along the way. Jake E. Lee, Black Joe Lewis, James Elkington, and Gregg Lewis sit to talk about their latest projects, we pay our respects to Billy Mure, and get the lowdown on the latest creation by Mu-Tron inventor Mike Beigel. There’s also a look at The Silvertone Legacy, and this month’s top-notch instrument profiles focus on Fender’s 5E7 Bandmaster amp, the Gibson F-7, Ibanez‘s Steve Lukather guitar, and Kay‘s Jazz Special and Value Leader basses. Wolf Marshall breaks down a few of John Mayer‘s licks, while Peter Kohmann offers an in-depth look at the guitar as it was in 1949. Our music-review sta ...
I am feeling jazzy today let's start with some Betty Carter, Lambert, Hendricks,& Ross next we have some Alice Coltrane, Joey DeFrancisco, Wes Montgomery then Dave Brubeck, Cal Tjader is so nice isnt he okay now some George Duke, Antoine Silverman,Giacomo Gates,Dena DeRose, Holly Hoffmann, Esparanza Spaulding then some Tia Fuller,old school Chet Baker and the late great Marian Mc Partland then give the drummers some Buddy Rich, Terri Lynn Carrington, Cindy Blackmon Santana, Harvey Mason, Mike Clark, Billy Cobham and the master Roy Haynes mellow out with and Rebecca Paris Rene Marie, and Nneena Freelon and the unsung Rachelle Ferrell Kevin Mahogany and that deep rich voice of his then Jose James and the impeccable Nat King Cole we gonna get revolutionary with the late Gil- Scott Heron and then Les Mc Cann, King Curtis has funked it up Joan Brackeen and Joyce Cooling takes us to a peaceful place then some Fourplay the late Emily Remler with her own groove and Wes Montgomery like sound to take us there ...
Breezin' with Bubba kicks off with Jazz @ 6... Ttito Puente, Christiian McBride Big Band, Herb Alpert & Lani Hall, David Benoit, Quincy Jones, Gato Barbieri, Roy Eldridge, Sergio Mendes, Diana Krall, Artie Shaw, Wes Montgomery and much to kick off your evening with BWB... Great to be back with you on Hump day. It down hill going towards the weekend. I got your back to get there in the right frame of mind. Keep listening to your member supported jazz stations.
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Saw Pat Metheny and his "Unity Group" in concert at Virginia Beach last week. Amazing musicianship by Pat , drummer, Antonio Sanchez, and Saxophonist, Chris Potter, etc. Heard Pat at age 15 in KC, MO playing at a Ramada Inn with seasoned players. Sounded like Wes Montgomery then... now nearly 60 and blazing as always. Check out the "Kin" CD.   10% Off
OK, I've seen several do this so I'll give er a shot. Discaimer on my list, most artists here should have had multiple entries for me but since I was limited I listed the ones that really first jumped out at me, Several of these I owned on LP, 8-track, cassette, and CD. RULES: in your status update, list 12 albums that have stayed with you over the years in some way. Don't take too long on this list - just a few minutes. These don't have to be great records, or critical darlings, just ones that mean something to you personally. 1. Buddy Rich - Mercy Mercy 2. The Beatles - Sgt Pepper 3. Jimi Hendrix - Are You Experienced 4. Cream - Disraeli Gears 5 . Wes Montgomery - A Day in the Life 6. Genesis - Lamb Lies Down on Broadway 7. Rolling Stones - Their Satanic Majesties Request 8. The Doors - The Doors 9. Neil Young - Harvest 10. Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon 11. Peter Frampton - Frampton Comes Alive 12. The Who - Tommy
If your a musician you are obviously a music fan. As you learn to play your instrument you can't help but be influenced by the people you admire. I love all kinds of music and as a guitarist have been influenced by so many great players over the years. So here is a long list of guitar players and bands that I have admired and learned from in no particular order. Duane Allman, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton,Jeff Beck, The Beatles, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Lightnin' Hopkins, Albert Collins, BB King, Allman Brothers Band, Kenny Burrell - Verve Records, Lynyrd Skynyrd,Freddie King,Hank Williams, Creedence Clearwater RevivalElmore James, Muddy Waters,ZZ ZZ Top,Wes Montgomery, John Mayall,Jihn John Hiatt,Robert Robert Cray,John Lee Hooker, Johnny Winter,Link Link Wray,Little Little Feat,Miles Davis,Otis Rush,Pink Pink Floyd,Robert johnson,Ry Cooder,The Grateful Dead,Steppenwolf,Merle Haggard,Johnny Cash,Magic Sam and many more and more to come Thanks for the inspiration!!
BWB Thanks for the "Hang" with us with music from Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong, Art Pepper, Lee Ritenour, Diana Krall, Dave Bennett, Wes Montgomery, Duke Ellington taking the A Train uptown to my Home, Harlem, Randy Crawford & Joe Sample, Ray Bryant, Gene Ammons & Sonny Stitt and more... BWB
aight, Wes Montgomery is my top, Charlie Parker, Eric Dolphy, Art Blakey, Elvin Jones, Miles, Coltrane, Bob James to name a few
In the tradition of Grant Green and Wes Montgomery.
RIP - WHEN RONNY JORDAN turned professional in 1985, jazz guitar was not in the ascendancy. While the Acid Jazz label and scene had turned the spotlight on aspects of the classic Blue Note and Verve catalogues, few had revisited the work of seminal players such as Grant Green, Kenny Burrell and Wes Montgomery. Jordan, who was born in London on November 29, 1962, however was in thrall to these players and helped turn the spotlight back on them as his playing came to the attention of a wider audience. Jordan first made his mark with the release of his debut album, 1992’s The Antidote, on Island Records – the label that had signed and supported fellow British jazz musicians Courtney Pine and Andy Sheppard a few years earlier. The record was defined by a modern, lithe version of Miles Davis’s Kind Of Blue classic, So What. Ronny Jordan delivers his interpretation of Miles Davis’s 1959 tune, So What. Jordan came to further prominence when he appeared on Gangstarr leader Guru’s groundbreaking Jazzmata ...
New lesson on some Wes Montgomery and Grant Green - Blue Note Records licks! Check it out and hit share too...
Hey FB peeps, I jus came from dialysis and checked my B-Day wishes, from the Davey Jones Locker of my heart, thank you, muchas gracias con todo, I was actually called Viejo Huero,by a dear friend,"and u know who u are". This is a Milestone for me,since my Dad passed at the age of 34, and his Dad at 49, so this is freakin huge. I wanna thank my Sons, daughter in law, my second Dad, My second Mom, and all that attended the "Old Mans" bash yesterday, and most of all Lydia, who had my heart at "Wes Montgomery" I LOVE YOU GUYS SO MUCH, God Bless to All, Peace, Johnny B.
LeRoy Downs in again for Brad Williams on this fine Friday. Right now you are diggin' brother Wes Montgomery but, in this hour, also music from Chucho Valdez, Oscar Peterson and Diz!
There was an entire album that influenced my music taste from 15-25 and that is 'What's Going On' By Marvin Gaye. That was the first concept album that covered the problems of the world in such a loving and understanding way. It still resonates loudly today and I play it a lot. War come in second and Minnie Ripperton is third. George Benson's 'White Rabbit' and everything from CTI Jazz. I must not leave out B.B. KIng, Bobby Blue Bland, The Impressions, Jerry Butler, Curtis Mayfield, The Isley Brothers and the band of all time, Earth, Wind and Fire, Ramsey Lewis, The Rolling Stones and Beatles, and The album from the play Jesus Christ Super Star. All albums by Stevie Wonder, and Al Green was smokin'. Bob James, Herbie Hancock, Roy Ayers, Thelonius Monk. McCoy Tyner and on and on. Manu Dubango's "Soul Makossa", The Crusaders, Joe Sample, Madonna, Tina Turner, Pat Benetar, Carly Simon, James Taylor and James Brown. Les McCann, Wes Montgomery, Ramsey Lewis Trio. Nat King Cole. Isaac Hayes's 'Hot Buttered Soul ...
If I listed my favorite 5 jazz guitarists, Wes Montgomery wouldn't be one, but certainly Jim Hall would be on it. RIP
We haven't had the pleasure of hearing Marc in too long! Marc Schwartz has played Guitar since 1968. His diverse influences include: Bireli Lagrene, Wes Montgomery, John Lennon, Django Reinhardt, Joe Pass, Eric Clapton, Larry Coryell, Pat Martino and Jimi Hendrix. An East Coast native, Marc has lived in California off and on since 1975. His jazz Guitars include Favino a Dupont, and he has several very cool Archtops including a Gibson L-5, a Gibson Super 400, a 1948 D'Angelico and a 1937 D'Angelico. Marc endorses Raezers Edge speaker cabinets. Marc has performed with Larry Coryell, Bruce Forman, Mimi Fox, Howard Alden, Andreas Oberg, Tony Green, Paul Mehling, Ninine Garcia and many others. Marc holds a B.A. in music from New York University and has studied with Studio/Jazz guitar greats Allen Hanlon and Milt Norman. When not playing with Hot Club Pacific, Marc can be found playing jazz guitar in various Northern California venues, hiking in the Santa Cruz mountains or riding one of his classic Harley-David ...
R.I.P. The "Poet of Jazz Guitar" James Stanley Hall (December 4, 1930 – December 10, 2013) 【Guitarist Jim Hall, NEA Jazz Master, Dies at 83】 Jim Hall, an NEA Jazz Master and one of the most important contributors to the evolution of jazz guitar since the mid-1950s, died Dec. 10 at age 83. Hall was widely admired for his skilled yet subtle technique, textured tone, understated compositions, attention to dynamics and unfaltering grasp of advanced harmony. His prowess on the guitar put him in the company of Charlie Christian, Wes Montgomery and Django Reinhardt. “Jim’s impact on the evolution of this music is transcendent,” said guitarist Pat Metheny, who was profoundly influenced by Hall and collaborated with him on the 1999 album Jim Hall & Pat Metheny (Telarc). “It goes way beyond ‘the guitar’ or ‘jazz.’ Jim invented a way to be. He found a space in the music that was all his own and sparked the imagination of his listeners and fellow musicians that is wholly unique. He was also one ...
Paul Jackson Jr. Though Paul never got to meet or work with Wes Montgomery, one of his chief guitar influences, he has forged professional relationships with...
Blues calendar:These days in the history of the blues...December 8 In 1908 (105 years ago ) in Union , South Carolina, was born Henry Johnson. As a guitarist , he sometimes covers Ryuf name (Henry or Rufe JOHNSON). Representative pidmontskogo style , he left untainted by any impurities recording country - blues. Often appeared with Peg - Leg Sam. In 1903 (110 years ago ) in Meridian , Mississippi, born Cleo Brown (Cleo BROWN). She began singing in his father's church preacher . There's also learned to play the keyboards. And when she grew up - boogie became her musical style and themes of the songs she chose , without undue modesty, and even disgust. In the 50s , she again went to the sacred music , well, the end of life professional critics praised it as the originality of the virtuoso jazz piano . In 1919 (94 years ago ) in Chicago , Illinois, was born Bord Johnny (Johnny BOARD). Tenor saxophonist , he played with such jazz aces as Louis Armstrong , Lionel Hampton , and Wes Montgomery. But often it is w ...
Breezin' With Bubba. great to be back with you this evening. Music from Wes Montgomery, Peterframpton, Ramsey Lewis, andy Bey, Bobby Hutcherson, Young-Holt Unlimited, Stanley Turrentine and much more . Enjoy the Breeze With Bubba...
A magnificent night spent with Roddy Frame in Manchester celebrating the 30th anniversary of High Land, Hard Rain, so glad I made the effort, that album was such a big part of my youth. I left still trying to comprehend that those wonderful & wordy songs were crafted by a teenager from East Kilbride whose vision lay somewhere between Wes Montgomery and The Clash. A really special gig (and I'm home before the street lights go out too!)
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crazy how I came across this Wes Montgomery they didn't have nothing bout him on the front cover wouldn't have knew how dope this album was
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"Wes Montgomery, eh?" Robot Johnny Marr attempts to connect with his adoring audience. We are too blazed by his glory to respond.
wes montgomery - fly me to the moon by West Mongomery with ♩♫
It’s probably impossible to not smile while listening to Wes Montgomery’s Sun Down.
WARNING: The earnestness threat-level (ETL) of the following post has gone to Def-Con-3. If you are in a cynical or sarcastic frame of mind, seek shelter now or skip to the next FB post. This is not a drill. I'm feeling very grateful tonight, for a variety of things in my life, large and small: The purring cat in my lap as I sit at the computer. My family, past and present. My friends, band mates, colleagues, customers, & audiences. My physical, musical, & faith communities. Being alive and in good health. Music, musical instruments, and the people who make them. Bolo ties, watches, & hats. "The Killer Angels." The complexity, variety, and wholeness of the divine, as we are given to perceive the divine (or not). Compassion. Love. Memory. Forgiveness. Meaningful work. Chuck Berry. The Beatles. James Brown. Stevie Wonder. Jeff Beck. Carlos Santana. Robben Ford. Jimmy Page. Pete Townsend. John McLaughlin. Tal Farlow. Wes Montgomery. Pat Martino. Louis Armstrong. Dizzy Gillespie. ...
Having a Jazz filled Sunday with Mulligan and Monk,Wes Montgomery and Cannonball Adderly playing some great stuff. I love digging through my collection and finding these gems (Wes is doing One For My Baby). I am not a critic of todays popular"music", it just not relevant to me. To reach into my Bag and feel it all over is what I enjoy most and today it the oldies but goodies,and most of it never hit the airwaves.
importante "I very much agree with what you are saying, and I'm pretty keen on seeing the discussion from this thread on other people's thoughts. Here's what I think. Now, I think I understand what you mean by way 3. But what I'm thinking of it is that it IS actually derived off other artists, in the way that our non-deliberated lines may be nuanced, or naturally follow a strong melody which seems to work, without us aiming for it. My understanding of it, is that I listen to so much Django and Tommy and Joe Pass and Wes Montgomery, that a lot of their solos are in my mind when I improvise. In psychology, there's been some very strong evidence for 'mirror neurons', -which are reflexive imitation pathways between your sensory input of another person, towards your motor and cognitive output. I think one part of this unconscious playing is due to the neural feedback that we get when we are able to listen in such a way as if we are the playing the music. This is, in a way, 'practicing' our unconscious playing ...
Tonight, at 7, the talented singer/songwriter Wes Montgomery will be serenading Generations Coffee House with awesome tunes. So stop by, we'll make you something yummy while you enjoy some great music.
African Jazz Friday, November 01 Sets at 9:00, 10:30, and Midnight Every Friday night is African Jazz Night. Experience some of the greatest artists of this captivating genre! Tonight: Robert Mwamba Zambian born guitarist - Robert Mwamba clearly comes out of the great Jazz guitar tradition of Wes Montgomery, George Benson, Pat Martino, Rodney Jones and others. He also is thoroughly modern and contemporary in his approach and his playing often embraces elements of R&B, Latin, Blues, Soul and other musical genres. This versatility has enabled Mwamba to perform at Events for such diverse people as UN Secretary-Generals - Ban Ki Moon and Kofi Annan, the British Billionaire - Sir Richard Branson, Oscar Winning Actress - Mira Sorvino and Hip-Hop Mogul - Sean "Diddy" Combs "All White Party". Mwamba's Debut Album "Coastin'" comes out shortly and features Jazz heavyweights - Rodney Jones on Rhythm and Acoustic Guitar, Chip Crawford on Keyboards, Lonnie Plaxico on Bass, and Jaz Sawyer on Drums on the whole Album. R ...
Immovable Do and Movable Do This has long been taught in such fine music schools like the Eastman School of Music and is not hard to learn, once you start to function in chordal movements, here's how I teach it and you will understand all the chordal functions in especially the Standards too - the foundation of this is in my Bass DVD Course and the Jazz Bass CD & Guide (and in the cues of the Standards I and II some too) - there is always a sheet of this shipped with every DVD Course too - this is a very critical thing to understand in chordal progressions and "substitutions", much of which are not substitutions at all but just the altered chord ie. G7b5b9 is Db7 totally, same notes etc. One word of caution.experienced fine jazz musicians never say "tritone".you never see a written chord in any chart that reads "G7-tritone" - it'll say G7b5 or it's understood you can always alter the G7 chord by making it G7b5b9 - same notes as Db7 and vice versa with Db7.musicians always talk the talk with pragmatism.say ...
Same question about entertainer and/or famous person that you would love to see in person. To me the entertainer would be John Coltrane , Wes Montgomery or Sun Ra and the famous person would be Martin Luther King .
How foolish am I to try to keep up with Wes Montgomery!!! Or is it??
Still to come this hour: Trane, Cal Tjader, Ahmad Jamal, George Shearing and Wes Montgomery. Tune in! On ~Helen
Learned to play some Mars Volta, Wes Montgomery, Jethro Tull, Al Di Meola and Django Reinhardt today. I feel like a had thorough jazz guitar session overall.
Work done. Pretty productive day. Show in Yorba Linda tomorrow afternoon. Now a glass of wine and a little Wes Montgomery to finish off the day...
Happy Saturday! Kicking things off with Jimmy Smith & Wes Montgomery's "Further Adventures of Jimmy and Wes"
Empire of the Sun, Gilbert O'Sullivan, Wes Montgomery, Ramsey Lewis & South Pacific soundtrack get me through the day today! All good.
Must say Huey Morgans show on R2 has been great, bit of Wes Montgomery now, just mistimed my drive home, finishes in 6 mins. Time for a CD!
In a Wes Montgomery mood ...Bumpin' on Sunset ... That's my jam...
Might have to be a baby boomer to recognize this one...Wes Montgomery - Bumpin' on Sunset:
Today's free lick: a double-stop riff in the style made famous by Wes Montgomery and George Benson.
Wow must see. On Djazz tv at 22.27 Dutch time. My Hero " Wes Montgomery "
Jimmy Smith and wes montgomery go together like peanutbutter and jelly
Attempting to do English homework while listening to Wes Montgomery. Yeah I'm not gonna get anything done.
When you need to slow it way down. Wes Montgomery. Bumpin on Sunset.
A lovely song with a stupid title: Wes Montgomery, "Polka Dots and Moonbeams"
Wes Montgomery jazz kickin in my dorm yo
Part of the excellent Weds' comes from Wes Montgomery 'Boss Guitar' (1963) - & it certainly is ►
OK, set up to DJ this weddin reception, Wynton Kelly trio w/ Wes Montgomery for the dinner music
when SRV plays a single solo with Albert King bends and Wes Montgomery octaves
Dear Wes Montgomery. If I am unable to be moved by your music, please don't turn in your grave. Instead, haunt Airtel.
only way to get better just spent the afternoon listening to Wes Montgomery. Made for a beautiful vibe.
Wes Montgomery's "So Much Guitar" is being re-issued next week, with a second entire album of bonus tracks. My review:
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Gonna listen to some Harry Nilsson today. And some Louis Armstrong. And some Wes Montgomery. Yep.
I just wanna play the guitar like wes montgomery
I'm listening to California Dreaming by Wes Montgomery on's Scrobbler for iOS.
I just used to tag Work Song by Nat Adderley & Wes Montgomery.
To me, cuts through. It carries more than but organ has got more guts." Wes Montgomery
that's just how it is. ♫ Polka Dots And Moonbeams – Wes Montgomery, Tommy Flanagan, Percy Heath, Albert Heath
Wes Montgomery did a cover for it too
I just used to tag Watch What Happens by Wes Montgomery.
Video: darrylinabarrel: Summertime - Wes Montgomery (Live) Popular for utilizing octave harmonies in his...
Steph Johnson: summertime blue for Wes Montgomery: . A backyard summer jam/tribute to one of my favorite guit...
Going to Wes Montgomery Park Community Festival on 8/17? Be sure to check out must-see booth!
Wes Montgomery and summer go together, in the box for Department S Club Night Bristol at The Lanes Bristol TONIGHT...
Oh dear lord, a whole evening of Chet Baker & Wes a scorcher at sports day...bbq this aft...I may even have a beer.
Wes Montgomery the king of jazz guitar - or you need something contemporary?
The 1961 tune "Twisted Blues" by the Wes Montgomery Quintet. From his 6th album So Much Guitar.
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There's only one jazz guitar record you MUST own: Smokin' at the Half Note. Here's the master Wes Montgomery just 4 U
The guy achieves the sound of Wes Montgomery mastering the technique of *** Dale. Jesus titty christ!
Ahhh nothing like soft jazz! Wes Montgomery is on TV and I like it.
CBG's on the bench, Wes Montgomery on the Marantz!
Jimmy Smith's and Wes Montgomery's cover of Baby It's Cold Outside is fantastic
Wes Montgomery: Down Here On The Ground on vinyl has to be the warmest and most entrancing guitar sound I have ever heard.
It may not be "Sunset " but we are 'Bumpin, just the same. Wes Montgomery.Kevin
I've had this Wes Montgomery record stuck in my head for over a year now
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OK, I am looking for a guitar player in Portland who can do something that might most relate stylistically to what's been done previously by people like Keith Levene, Rowland Howard, Duane Denison, James Blood Ulmer (in real life, my other favorite jazz guitar players are just Eddie Lang and Wes Montgomery, but that's veering far from the point, which almost this whole thing is), Norman Westberg, Ted Falconi, Derek Bailey, um, but also real pop music. They also need to be able to play bass proficiently (whether or not conventionally or crazily), or willing to try. Do you know this person? Please help. I'm writing a lot on bass. Not anything particularly complex or without precedent, but I'd like to approach it in a unique way. I'm still doing guitar, and some of it is still country but a lot of it would be considered to not be. I cld track and write the extra parts myself and show them to someone, but I'd rather hook up with some superhuman-type people to be a real band, like in this case people who are s ...
21.00-23.00: Milt Jackson & Wes Montgomery - Stairway to the Stars .. stay tunes
Born in Port Arthur in 1960, Zachary Breaux began playing clarinet and guitar as a child. Inspired by jazz greats such as Dizzy Gillespie and Wes Montgomery, he played in local jazz bands while attending Lincoln High School. After graduation, Breaux went on to study Music Composition at North Texas State University. At North Texas, Breaux performed with the One O'clock Band, while studying with mentor Donald Byrd. He eventually left Texas in the late 1980s for the jazz music scene of New York City, performing as a sideman for musicians such as Ronnie Laws and Roy Ayers. Breaux received notice as a musician in his own right in 1982 when he substituted for a sick Ayers at a gig. By 1993, he had moved out on his own, developing his own unique style of jazz. Breaux tempered a southern-style blues tradition with a combination of funk and hip-hop. One critic described Breaux as playing with a bluesy style, with lots of warmth while using an economy of notes. In the short time before his death, Breaux produced t ...
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Finishing up my first Adobe Director multimedia project. My topic was Soul Jazz and the I highlighted some of the artists that led the movement. Working out the bugs this weekend and then hopefully will publish for all to see. If only all my work could be focused on Grant Green, Kenny Burrell, and Wes Montgomery.
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