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Polka Dots And Moonbeams - Wes Montgomery - Wes Montgomery (CD)

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  1. Mizshura says:
    Wes Montgomery’s second album The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery (released in ) is an extraordinarily durable album that stands today as a monumental achievement of jazz guitar genius. It comes as no surprise to me that Fantasy chose this particular album for their SACD reissue series.
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  3. Jujora says:
    His first success with this band was the ballad 'Polka Dots and Moonbeams', which he recorded on 4 March The album reached the eighteenth place on the charts, where it only held for a week. Since the late s and throughout the s, Jimmy Van Heusen and .
  4. Mooguzahn says:
    About Wes Montgomery. It's impossible to speak of jazz guitar without mentioning the great Wes Montgomery. Montgomery picked up where Charlie Christian left off, in developing the electric guitar as a jazz instrument. From until a decade later, Montgomery was .
  5. Mezizahn says:
    The second album on disc one is by the Wes Montgomery Trio (his sidemen were organist Mel Rhyne and drummer Paul Parker); it features his first stellar rendition of "'Round Midnight." Disc two contains a pair of albums from , The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery with pianist Tommy Flanagan, bassist Percy Heath, and drummer Albert Heath.
  6. Nejinn says:
    Wes Montgomery was one of the great jazz guitarists, a natural extension of Charlie Christian, whose appealing use of octaves became influential and his trademark. He achieved great commercial success during his last few years, only to die prematurely. It had taken Wes a long time to become an overnight success. He started to teach himself guitar in (using his thumb rather than a pick.

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