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Wes Montgomery: In The Beginning-Early Recordings from 1949-1958

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Wes Montgomery

Label: Resonance Records
Released: 2015
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Track Listing

Disc 1: After You've Gone; Fascinating Rhythm; Brazil; What Is There to Say?; Four;. Wes' Tune; My Heart Stood Still; How High the Moon; Django;. Going Down to Big Mary's; I Should Care; Caravan; Six Bridges to Cross; Ralph's New Blues. Disc 2: Soft Winds; Robbins' Nest; A Night in Tunisia; Love for Sale; Leila; Blues; Undecided; Far Wes; All the Things You Are; King Trotter; Carlena's Blues; Smooth Evening.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Wes Montgomery: guitar, electric bass (1-14), Buddy Montgomery: piano, vibraphone (1- 14); Jack Coker: piano; Douglas Duke: piano; Richie Crabtree: piano; Mel Rhyne: piano; Monk Montgomery: bass; John Dale: bass; Roy Johnson: bass; Flip Stewart: bass; Alonzo ''Pookie'' Johnson: tenor saxophone; Gene Morris: tenor saxophone; Sonny Johnson: drums; Earl ''Fox'' Walker: drums; Paul Parker: drums; Debbie Andrews: vocals; Sonny Parker: vocals.


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