viernes, 11 de mayo de 2012

WES MONTGOMERY / IMPRESSIONS : THE VERVE JAZZ SIDES

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TRACKS:

Wes Montgomery plays guitar on all tracks, accompanied by:

Disc One:

1. West Coast Blues (John Leslie "Wes" Montgomery) (3:13)
2. Caravan (Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington-Juan Tizol) (2:37)
Johnny Pate's orchestra: Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young (t); jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, Quentin Jackson, Chauncey Welsch (tb); Don Butterfield or Harvey Phillips (tu); Jerome Richardson (ft, ss, ts); Bobby Scott (p); Bob Cranshaw (b); Grady Tate (d); Pate (arr, cond).
Track 2: Add Willie Hobo (perc).
Recorded November 18, 1964 at Van Gelder Recording Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Original LP issue: Movin' Wes Verve V6-8610; available on CD: 810 045-2

3. Twisted Blues (Wes Montgomery) (4:13)
4. Golden Earrings (Victor Young-Ray Evans-Jay Livingston) (5:13)
5. Naptown Blues (Wes Montgomery) (3:06)
Oliver Nelson's orchestra: Donald Byrd, Danny Moore, Joe Newman, Ernie Royal (t); Wavne Andre, Jimmy Cleveland, Quentin Jackson, Tony Studd (tb); Bob Ashton (fl, cl, wdwd); Jerry Dodgion (as, pel, fl, cl); Phil Woods (as, cl); Romeo Penque (ts, pel, fl, oboe, engh); Danny Bank (bs, alto fl, fl, bcl); Herbie Hancock or Roger Kellaway (p); George Duvivier (b); Sol Gubin or Grady Tate (d); Nelson (arr, cond).
Recorded December 7. 1965 at Van Gelder Recording Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Original LP issue:Goin' Out Of My head Verve V6-8642; available on CD: 825676-2

6. Sun Down (Wes Montgomery) (6:01)
Don Sebesky's orchestra: James Buffington (frh); Mel Davis, Bernie Glow, Jimmy Nottingham (t); Wayne Andre, John Messner, Bill Watrous (tb); Don Butterfield (tu); Stan Webb (as, cl, bs); Ray Beckenstein (as); Walter Kane (bs, cl); Jack Jennings (vb); Herbie Hancock (p); Al Casamenti, Bucky Pizzarelli (g); Richard Davis (b); Ray Barretto (cga); Grady Tate (d); Sebesky (arr, cond).
Recorded September 16, 1966 at Van Gelder Recording Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Original LP issue: California Dreaming Verve V6-8672

7. Milestones (Miles Dewey Davis III) (4:09)
8. 'Round Midnight Master (Thelonious Sphere Monk-Charles Melvin "Cootie" Williams-Bernard Hanighen)Number - 101165 (7:19)
Jimmy Smith (org) with Oliver Nelson's orchestra: Jimmy Maxwell, joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry (t); Jimmy Cleveland, Quentin Jackson, Melba Ltston (tb); Dick Hixson (btb); Jerome Richardson (el, fl); Jerry Dodgion (as, fl, cl); Phil Woods (as, cl); Bob Ashton (ts, fl, cl); Danny Bank (bs, fl, bcl); Richard Davis (b); Grady Tate (d); Nelson (arr, cond).
Track 8: Delete all (fl).
Recorded September 21 and 23, 1966 at Van Gelder Recording Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Track 7 original LP issue: Further Adventures of Jimmy and Wes Verve V6-8766; available onCD:519802-2
Track 8 original LP issue: Just Walkin' Verve V6-8804; available on CD: Further Adventures of Jimmy and Wes 519 802-2

9. Mellow Mood (James Oscar "Jimmy" Smith) (8:41)
10. James and Wes (Jimmy Smith) (8:11)
11. O. G. D. (aka "Road Song") (Wes Montgomery) (6:05)
Jimmy Smith (org) with Ray Barretto (cga) and Grady Tate (d).
Track 10: Delete Barretto.
Recorded September 28, 1966 at Van Gelder Recording Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Tracks 9 and 11 original LP issue: Further Adventures of Jimmy and Wes Verve V6-8766; available on CD: 314 519 802-2
Track 10 original LP issue: Jimmy & Wes: The Dynamic Duo Verve V6-8678; available on CD: 821 577-2

12. Wives and Lovers (Burt F. Bacharach-Hal David) (2:57)
Ron Carter (b) and Gtady Tate (d).
Recorded March 17, 1966 at Van Gelder Recording Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey Original LP issue: Just Walkin' Verve V6-8804; available on CD: Tequila 831 671-2

13 Portrait of Jennie (J. Russel Robinson-Gordon Burdge) * (:45)
14. The Surrey with the Fringe on Top (Richard Rodgers-Oscar Hammerstein II) (5:18)
15. The Surrey with the Fringe on Top [reconstructed version] ** (6:12)
Wynton Kelly (p) with Paul Chambers (b) and Jimmy Cobb (d).
Recorded probably June 26, 1965 at the Half Note, New York City
Track 13 original LP issue: The Small Group Recordings Verve VE2-2513 Track 14 original LP issue: Willow Weep for Me Verve V6-8765

Disc Two:

1 Unit 7 (Samuel Jones) 6:44
2. Four on Six (Wes Montgomery) 6:43
3. What's New? (Robert Sherwood Haggart-Johnny Burke) 6:10
4. No Blues (Miles Davis) 12:52
5. If You Could See Me Now (Tadley Ewing Peake "Tadd" Dameron-Carl Sigman) 8:21
6. Willow Weep for Me (Ann Ronell) * 7:35
7. Impressions (John William Coltrane) 5:03
8. Oh, You Crazy Moon (James Van Heusen-Johnny Burke)
9. Four ?n Six [live version]9:30
10. Misty (Erroll Louis Garner-Johnny Burke) * 6:40

Personel:

Wynton Kelly (p)
Paul Chambers (b)
Jimmy Cobb (d).


5 comentarios:

Napi dijo...

Ante tal avalancha de entradas, me quedo completamente flipao y no sé ni qué elegir.
Sigues imparable, compadre PPJzzy, gracias por tanto y tan bueno, killo.
Un abrazote

pepejazzy dijo...

Hombre amigo Napi celebro verte por aqui.....ya me conoces,ya me queda poco Verve...solo lo he hecho para digitalizar los discos que tenia de ese sello,como ves hay una gran amplitud de estilos...ya sabes si quieres pillar algo,pillalo.

¿como esta la cosa por tu parte del mundo?¿se ha abierto algun otro aeropuerto,algun que otro museo,o se ha construido otra ciudad del cine?.

Saludos,PPJZZ.

pepejazzy dijo...

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Jazz dijo...

Cualquier aporte sobre este Maestro de la guitarra debe ser celebrado.
Excelente subida, es un material imperdible para cualquiera que quiera adentrarse en la música de este genio.
Saludos!

pepejazzy dijo...

Gracias por comentar amigo Jazz,Wes no era solo un genio de la guitarra sino de la musica en general,para mi el mejor guitarrista de jazz de todos los tiempos.....tendra que pasar muchos años hasta que llegue alguno igual que el.....guitarras hay muchos,pero con ese feeling,ese fraseo tan fresco,esa asombrosa tecnica y ese sonido,muy pocos.

Saludos,PPJZZ.