Montgomery, Wes: Maximum Swing: The Unissued 1965 Half Note Recordings

Montgomery, Wes SKU: 43954582
Montgomery, Wes: Maximum Swing: The Unissued 1965 Half Note Recordings

Montgomery, Wes: Maximum Swing: The Unissued 1965 Half Note Recordings

Montgomery, Wes SKU: 43954582

Format: CD

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Description

Title: Maximum Swing: The Unissued 1965 Half Note Recordings
Artist: Montgomery, Wes
Label: Resonance Records
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 617270123362
Genre: Jazz

Wes Montgomery -"Maximum Swing: The Unissued 1965 Half Note Recordings" Maximum Swing: The Unissued 1965 Half Note Recordings is the first official release of the complete collection of previously unreleased recordings from jazz guitar giant Wes Montgomery. Featuring recordings with the Wynton Kelly Trio at New York City's famed Half Note jazz club in 1965 with drummer Jimmy Cobb and bassists Paul Chambers, Ron Carter, Herman Wright and Larry Ridley. Including over 2 hours from the original radio broadcasts with host Alan Grant, the 2 CD Digipak set comes with an elaborate booklet containing previously unpublished photos taken at the Half Note by Raymond Ross, a new essay from acclaimed journalist and author Bill Milkowski, plus interviews with jazz legends Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, Bill Frisell, Mike Stern and Marcus Miller

Tracks:
1.1 *** Sept. 24, 1965
1.2 Laura
1.3 Cariba
1.4 Blues
1.5 *** Nov. 5, 1965
1.6 Impressions
1.7 Mi Cosa
1.8 No Blues
1.9 *** Nov. 12, 1965
1.10 Birks’ Works
1.11 Four On Six
1.12 The Theme
2.1 *** Nov. 19, 1965
2.2 All The Things You Are
2.3 I Remember You
2.4 No Blues
2.5 *** Late 1965
2.6 Cherokee
2.7 The Song Is You
2.8 Four On Six
2.9 Star Eyes
2.10 Oh, You Crazy Moon
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