Wes Montgomery - Fusion! album flac
|A1||All The Way||2:36|
|A3||In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning||2:49|
|A4||Prelude To A Kiss||3:05|
|A5||The Girl Next Door||3:06|
|B2||God Bless The Child||3:16|
|B5||Baubles, Bangles And Beads||2:19|
- Bass – Milt Hinton
- Drums – Osie Johnson
- Guitar – Kenny Burrell, Wes Montgomery
- Piano – Dick Hyman, Hank Jones
- Woodwind – Phil Bodner
NotesRiverside RM 472 Stereophonic, Green label with silver lettering .
|RM 472||Wes Montgomery||Fusion! (LP, Album, Mono)||Riverside Records||RM 472||US||1963|
|0025218636827||Wes Montgomery||Fusion! (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Original Jazz Classics, Riverside Records||0025218636827||Europe||2006|
|SMJ-6210||Wes Montgomery||Fusion! Wes Montgomery With Strings (LP, Album, RE)||Riverside Records||SMJ-6210||Japan||1978|
|OJC-368||Wes Montgomery||Fusion! (LP, Album, RE, RM)||Original Jazz Classics, Riverside Records||OJC-368||Germany||1989|
|OJCCD 368-2||Wes Montgomery||Fusion! Wes Montgomery With Strings (CD, Album, RE)||Original Jazz Classics, Riverside Records||OJCCD 368-2||Europe||1989|
Guitar Jazz for Cocktails: Smooth Sounds from Legendary Players. The Jazz Effect - Wes Montgomery.
Wes Montgomery with Strings.
Fusion! (LP, Album). 1989 remaster of 1963 title by Phil de Lancie at Fantasy Studios Berkeley, reissued by Bernhard Mikulski Schallplatten Vertribs GmbH - has some SN from the pressing (I have two copies with identical SN :-(( This is a key step in Wes Montgomery's evolution, moving away from pure rythmic stuff of the previous years (So Much Guitar, Full House, etc).
Full House is an album by jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery that was released in 1962. The performance was recorded live at Tsubo in Berkeley, California on June 25, 1962. The session featured a quintet that included Wynton Kelly on piano, Johnny Griffin on tenor saxophone, Paul Chambers on bass, and Jimmy Cobb on drums. The original release was on the Riverside Records label. There have been a number of reissues of the recording, most including alternate takes of several tracks
Although most Wes Montgomery fans associate his playing with strings with his later A&M and Verve recordings, the influential guitarist actually fronted a string section for the first time on this Riverside date from 1963, which had the ironic name of Fusion. As with his later albums, Montgomery's guitar solos here are brief and melodic but the jazz content is fairly high even if the emphasis is (with the exception of "Tune Up") on ballads.
Bags Meets Wes! with Milt Jackson (Riverside, 1962). Jimmy & Wes: The Dynamic Duo with Jimmy Smith (Verve, 1966). Further Adventures of Jimmy and Wes with Jimmy Smith (Verve, 1969). Kismet, The Mastersounds (World Pacific, 1958). A Good Git-Together, Jon Hendricks (World Pacific, 1959). Work Song, Nat Adderley (Riverside, 1960). West Coast Blues!, Harold Land (Jazzland, 1960). Cannonball Adderley and the Poll Winners, Cannonball Adderley (Riverside, 1960).
Fusion! By: Wes Montgomery (1963, Jazz). More albums from Wes Montgomery: Kismet by Wes Montgomery. Go! by Wes Montgomery. Movin’ Along by Wes Montgomery. One Night In Indy by Wes Montgomery. A Day In The Life by Wes Montgomery. Live At Jorgies by Wes Montgomery. Smokin’ In Seattle Live At The Penthouse by Wes Montgomery. Road Song by Wes Montgomery. View all albums . Fusion! By: Wes Montgomery (1963, Jazz).
Fusion! "Please retry". Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. Only 6 left in stock (more on the way).
Monk Montgomery, Wes Montgomery, Buddy Montgomery - Montgomeryland (Pacific Jazz PJ-5). Wes, Buddy And Monk Montgomery (Pacific Jazz PJ-17). The 44 Instruments Of Roy Harte And Milt Holland - Perfect Percussion (World Pacific WP-1405). The Mastersounds - Kismet (World Pacific PJ-1243). Wes Montgomery - Movin' Along (Riverside RLP 342). Wes Montgomery - Encores (Milestone M-9110). Wes Montgomery - Fusion! (Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-368-2). Wes Montgomery - Pretty Blue (Milestone M-47030).