8 thoughts on Unit 7 - Wynton Kelly Trio / Wes Montgomery - Smokin At The Half Note (CD, Album)

  1. Datilar   Vigore
    Smokin' at the Half Note is essential listening for anyone who wants to hear why Montgomery's dynamic live shows were considered the pinnacle of his brilliant and incredibly influential guitar playing. Pat Metheny calls this "the absolute greatest jazz guitar album ever made," and with performances of this caliber ("Unit 7" boasts one of the greatest guitar solos ever recorded) his statement 10/
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  2. Kigakasa   Jull
    Wes Montgomery's "Smokin' at the Half Note- Live" album is one of the best live jazz guitar albums ever made! Wes Montgomery had a gift for his clear expression of intricate melodies, along with a blend of interesting chord voicings, creative soloing ideas, and innovative techniques (such as his soloing in octaves, picking with his thumb, and amazing accuracy and dexterity), that have not been /5(41).
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  3. Brajar   Voodooshura
    Wes Montgomery's "Smokin' at the Half Note- Live" album is one of the best live jazz guitar albums ever made! Wes Montgomery had a gift for his clear expression of intricate melodies, along with a blend of interesting chord voicings, creative soloing ideas, and innovative techniques (such as his soloing in octaves, picking with his thumb, and amazing accuracy and dexterity), that have not been /5(26).
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  4. Shaktilkree   Arashijinn
    Additional Track Information Smokin At The Half Note album for sale: Impressions (Live At The Half Note / ) (with Wes Montgomery / Wynton Kelly Trio):
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  5. Voodookasa   Zum
    Wynton Kelly Trio / Wes Montgomery: Wynton Kelly Trio / Wes Montgomery - Smokin' At The Half Note ‎ (CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig) Verve Records, Verve .
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  6. Gonos   Akinora
    Smokin' at the Half Note is essential listening for anyone who wants to hear why Wes Montgomery's dynamic live shows were considered the pinnacle of his brilliant and incredibly influential guitar playing. Montgomery never played with more drive and confidence, and he's supported every step of the way by a genuinely smokin' Wynton Kelly Trio/5(89).
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  7. Jukazahn   Kajikus
    May 19,  · In , guitarist Wes Montgomery recorded Smokin’ At The Half Note with pianist Wynton Kelly, bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Jimmy Cobb. The album quickly became a sensation, and has proved.
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  8. Kagazilkree   Arasar
    Aug 12,  · And the album’s versions of “Unit 7” and “Four On Six” have helped to establish these songs as jazz standards. Smokin’ at the Half Note is essential listening for anyone who wants to hear why Montgomery’s dynamic live shows were considered the pinnacle of his brilliant and incredibly influential guitar playing.
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