Jazz Icons: Wes Montgomery – Live in '65 - DVD

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Format: DVD
Product Code: D1106

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Artist: Wes Montgomery
Publisher: Jazz Icons
Series: Jazz Icons
ISBN-13: 9781423453659
Publisher SKU: 2119003
UPC-A: 884088206611

Jazz Icons: Wes Montgomery shines a light on one of the most unique and influential guitarists in music history. These beautifully filmed programs from the spring of 1965 feature Wes, in intimate studio settings, leading three different lineups through some of his best-known tunes, including “Four On Six”, “Jingles” and “West Coast Blues”. This rare footage, complete with rehearsals, between-song banter and closeup camera angles, illuminates Wes’s extraordinary musical vocabulary and unconventional picking technique. An in-depth, song-by-song analysis by legendary jazz guitarist Pat Metheny makes this DVD a guitar lover’s dream.

Live in Holland 1965

  • Wes Montgomery (Guitar)
  • Pim Jacobs (Piano)
  • Ruud Jacobs (Bass)
  • Han Bennink (Drums)

  • Songs:
  • I Love Blues
  • Nica’s Dream
  • "Love Affair" Rehearsal
  • The End Of A Love Affair

  • Live in Belgium 1965
  • Wes Montgomery (Guitar)
  • Arthur Harper (Bass)
  • Harold Mabern (Piano)
  • Jimmy Lovelace (Drums)

  • Songs:
  • Impressions
  • Twisted Blues
  • Here’s That Rainy Day
  • Jingles
  • Boy Next Door

  • Live in England 1965
  • Wes Montgomery (Guitar)
  • Rick Laird (Bass)
  • Stan Tracey (Piano)
  • Jackie Dougan (Drums)

  • Songs:

  • Four On Six
  • Full House
  • Here’s That Rainy Day
  • Twisted Blues
  • West Coast Blues

  • Features:
  • 20-page booklet
  • Liner notes by Pat Metheny
  • Foreword by the Montgomery family
  • Afterword by Carlos Santana
  • Cover photo by Lee Tanner
  • Booklet photos by Duncan Scheidt, Chuck Stewart
  • Memorabilia collage
  • Total time: 78 minutes

  • Afterword: Watching these video treasures of the magnificent Mr. Montgomery leaves me with a profound sense of awe and appreciation for this twentieth-century genius. There is something magical and transforming about seeing and hearing this kind of excellence done with such apparent ease and enjoyment.

    It’s all here: the beauty, the elegance, the daring, and the sheer guitar mastery of this man who, seemingly, possessed an unbounded imagination and the ability to transform thought into music that remains unequalled today, nearly forty years after his passing.

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