Requested by Airegin 00:00 D Natural Blues 04:28 Polka Dots and Moonbeams 09:50 Four on Six 14:32 West Coast Blues 20:48 In Your Ow. .
Wes Montgomery guitar solo transcriptions from "West coast blues". Timeline is below Printable. Here are 10 easy jazz guitar licks to play over a Bb7 chord.
Wes Montgomery: все альбомы, включая West Coast Blue and Work Song, Work Song, West Coast Blue и другие.
The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery is an album by American jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery. Most of its tracks exemplify two of Montgomery's distinguishing techniques: "thumb picking" and the use of octaves. In 2017, the album was selected for the National Recording Registry by the Library of Congress as "culturally, historically, or artistically significant.
The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery. because it's the very album that turned me on to jazz in the first place more individual artist/song based no.got rid of all my CDs last decade). Interesting that this thread came back up, I was just listening to Full House again last night.
Learn about and follow jazz musician Wes Montgomery (Guitar) at All About Jazz. Instead of using a guitar pick, Montgomery plucked the strings with the fleshy part of his thumb, using downstrokes for single notes and a combination of upstrokes and downstrokes for chords and octaves. This technique enabled him to get a mellow, expressive tone from his guitar. George Benson, in the liner notes of the Ultimate Wes Montgomery album, wrote that Wes had a corn on his thumb, which gave his sound that point. He would get one sound for the soft parts, and then that point by using the corn. That's why no one will ever match Wes.
Then along came Wes Montgomery, whose debut Riverside album, The Wes Montgomery Trio, released in 1959, signalled a new dawn for jazz guitar. Every jazz guitarist who followed has been inspired and influenced by Montgomery, who died at just 45 years old, in 1968. In the 60s, the rise of rock music led some jazz guitarists to follow more lucrative paths, recording music for a younger, larger audience.
Wes Montgomery - Polka Dots and Moonbeams 04:42. Wes Montgomery - Four on Six 06:15. Wes Montgomery - West Coast Blues 07:23. Wes Montgomery - In Your Own Sweet Way 04:52. Wes Montgomery - Mr. Walker 04:32. Wes Montgomery - Gone with the Wind 06:22. Wes Montgomery - Airegin 04:27. Down Here On The Ground - Wes Montgomery. The Complete Recordings 1958-1960 - Wes Montgomery. Chicken-Shack Boogie - Wes Montgomery. Complete Recordings With Lionel Hampton - Lionel Hampton, Wes Montgomery.
Wes Montgomery - The Incredible Guitar Of Wes Montgomery Wes is the shizzle. I don't think there was ever a better jazz guitar player. He was certainly one of the most influential guitarists in jazz, and this record is killer. There are some ballads, some up tempo stuff, but it's all melodic stuff. 4. Joe Pass - Virtuoso This is a solo guitar album. One guy, one guitar and oceans of talent. He learned from a very early age and was a natural player, he plays chords, melody and bass lines at the same time without dropping a beat, and it's all improvised. The recording is pretty raw, and it's an intense album, lots of notes, but still a melody based album.
|A1||A Day In The Life||5:30|
|A2||Watch What Happens||2:37|
|A3||When A Man Loves A Woman||2:48|
|B2||Willow Weep For Me||4:35|
|B4||Trust In Me||4:23|
|C2||Georgia On My Mind||2:42|
|C3||The Other Man's Grass Is Always Greener||2:32|
|C4||Down Here On The Ground||3:38|
|C5||Up And At It||4:10|
|D1||Goin' On To Detroit||3:30|
|D2||I Say A Little Prayer For You||3:10|
|D3||When I Look In Your Eyes||3:03|
|D4||Know It All||2:55|
|D5||Theme From The Fox||2:55|
|E3||Fly Me To The Moon||2:50|
|E5||I'll Be Back||2:30|
|F1||Scarborough Fair / Canticle||4:50|
|F2||Green Leaves Of Summer||4:00|
|F4||Where Have All The Flowers Gone?||3:00|
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