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Page Artiste Wes Montgomery

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  • CD (31 mars 1995)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD gold, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000000180
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Par bluesy guy TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 16 février 2010
Format: CD
Enregistre dans sa 1ere periode chez riverside en 1961 ,voila encore un grand disque de wes ou la guitare atteind des sommets du genre,tres bien entoure,avec tout de meme "hank jones" au piano,"ron carter" a la contrebasse "ray barretto" aux congas et "lex humphries" a la batterie ,bonjour la fine equipe,le disque est parfait ca commence fort avec "twisted blues",puis "cotton tail" sur un tempo endiable wes joue tres rapide avec son pouce ,suit des titres plus lent mais tous aussi efficaces pour terminer sur un standard tout en douceur tendance blues "one for my baby" du duo "mercer/arlen".un magnifique album de jazz et de guitare a avoir dans sa discotheque.pascal49
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Superb mix of signature jazz guitar sound, players & titles 13 mars 2000
Par hyperbolium - Publié sur
Format: CD
This was originally released on the Riverside label (RLP-9382), and has been reissued in compact disc form as part of Fantasy Records OJC series. This reissue features the original 8 tracks, no bonus tracks, and clocks in at just under 40 minutes of music.
I have a few other Montgomery discs, and was never especially impressed with them. They seemed to be mostly loungy covers of classics, with no real bite. A reviewer in the Tower Records house organ "Pulse!" mentioned that Montgomery recorded both some very excellent discs, as well as some real slop. Figuring I'd bought the wrong discs before, I took his sug- gestion and picked up this disc. (His first suggestion, "Far Wes" was out of stock, as was his third, "The Incredible Jazz Guitar".)
And he was absolutely right. The tracks on this disc are only a faint reminder of the mushy cocktail jazz I heard on the other discs. The upbeat tracks like Montgomery's original "Twisted Blues" and his version of Duke Ellington's "Cotton Tail" really move (with the help of the rhythms of Ron Carter/bass, Lex Humphries/drums and Ray Barreto/congas), and Montgomery's solo playing is quite impressive. Hank Jones piano adds an excellent overall flavor. Slower tracks such as "I Wish I Knew" have a relaxed, bluesy sound, without becoming background music.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Quality Jazz Guitar 15 mars 2001
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Format: CD
"So Much Guitar!" gives us the great breadth of Wes's range- from smooth and soulful to quick and sleek. The other players on the CD are also notables. "One for My Baby" is done very nicely, as is "I Wish I Knew". You will also be surprised to find a hidden gem in here- one of the songs is a pure unaccompanied solo, warm and pure to the touch- very clean.
While I am very happy that some of these old jazz albums are now being remastered onto CD, I gave this one four stars instead of five because it fully employs the split-speaker recording tactic that was popular in the sixties. Through a stereo system that's a plus because it sounds like the band has set up in front of you- Wes on the right, the kit in the middle, etc. The problem is that I like to listen to music on my walkman, and my right ear gets blasted with straight guitar! Not so much a complaint, but more of an unusual situation. Anyway, if you like good jazz and especially great electric jazz guitar, buy this CD!
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Perhaps my least favorite of Wes' Riverside albums 18 janvier 2012
Par Dave Lincoln - Publié sur
Format: CD
I'm a jazz guitarist and huge Wes Montgomery fan. I felt compelled to write a review of this one, to offer a comparison with his other Riverside recordings. I have all of Wes' Riverside albums, and maybe it's just me, but this is my least favorite of the bunch. Mind you, it is Wes, so that automatically raises it above the ranks of most other jazz guitar albums. Somehow, it always felt like this one didn't hit the same high mark that his other Riverside (and Pacific Jazz) albums had. Maybe he didn't feel as invested, to me, or dug-in to these tracks, I'm not sure. Mind you, I'm comparing Wes to Wes, and that's an extremely high, gold standard. So, if you are on a campaign to fill out your Wes collection, by all means, buy it. If you are seeking a first, second,third, or fourth album by Wes Montgomery, I'd purchase: "Smokin' At the Halfnote", "Incredible Jazz Guitar", "Full House", "Boss Guitar", "Grooveyard", "Further Adventures of Jimmy and Wes" (Verve), etc, first, and then consider this one. I'm rating it "2 Stars" compared to the rest of Wes' library. If this were a jazz guitar album by any other mortal, I'd go 3 or 4 stars. Wes, I love you, man.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 not just the best guitarist 16 juin 2009
Par Jonathan Trigg - Publié sur
Format: CD
Asked who was the best musician he'd ever played with Ray Brown shook his head and expressed frustration with the question. Pressed, he said something like 'the two most naturally musical people I've played with are Bird and Wes'. This man swings in a way all his own. This is not quite his best album, but its up there.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great sessions from a guitar titan 11 décembre 2006
Par Scott Hedegard - Publié sur
Format: CD
We have all heard Wes Montgomery, either from the great man himself or referenced by Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan, who did a good approximation of Montgomery's signature octave picking.

Of course, that's not all Wes could do. This session, recorded in a few days time, is precise, mindblowing and represents some of guitar oriented bebop's finest moments.

"Twisted Blues" starts off with a friendly jump, and "Cotton Tail" follows with a nearly incomprehensible rhythm pattern that no novice should ever attempt without a safety net.

The album is smooth and shows us what a well rounded guitarist could do for the instrument. Perhaps Montgomery's only real contemporary competition was Chet Atkins. Like Atkins, the chord knowledge and voicing is encyclopedic. No guitar player should be without this CD as a lesson for great rhythm work (not to mention lead work, too), and no fan of be-bop should neglect to have this gem in his or her collection, either.
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