|1||I Remember You||7:21|
|2||Mi Cosa [Unaccompanied Guitar]||3:34|
|5||All The Things You Are||6:43|
|6||Four On Six||8:07|
|11||Blues #3 / Closing Announcements||1:26|
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Live at the Half Note, New York, February 12 & 19, 1965.
The guitarist recorded at the same venue with the Wynton Kelly Trio later in the year, resulting in an LP titled Smokin' at the Half Note.
The back cover lists track #1 as "Impressions". The correct title - reflected in the tracklist above - is "So What", the Miles Davis classic.
Wes Montgomery , The Wynton Kelly Trio. Songs in album The Unissued Half Note Broadcasts 1965. Wes Montgomery ft. The Wynton Kelly Trio - Impressions. The Wynton Kelly Trio - Mi Cosa. The Wynton Kelly Trio - Blues 1. The Wynton Kelly Trio - Birks' Works. The Wynton Kelly Trio - Laura. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Live at the Half Note, New York, February 12 & 19, 1965. The guitarist recorded at the same venue with the Wynton Kelly Trio later in the year, resulting in an LP titled Smokin' at the Half Note. The back cover lists track 1 as Impressions. The correct title - reflected in the tracklist above - is So What, the Miles Davis classic. Штрих-код и другие идентификаторы. Barcode: 8436542013772. They only recorded one album, Smokin' at the Half Note released in 1965. Although Montgomery had performed numerous times previously with Kelly, he began his association with the Wynton Kelly Trio in the summer of 1965. Together they toured the major jazz clubs in the US and also appeared at the Newport Jazz Festival on the afternoon of Sunday, 4 July. Drummer Jimmy Cobb had previously toured briefly with Montgomery in an organ read more. This was a pairing of Miles Davis' rhythm section, Wynton Kelly piano, Paul Chambers bass and Jimmy Cobb drums with Wes Montgomery guitar. Wynton Kelly Trio, Wes Montgomery. Unissued 1965 Half Note Broadcasts. Your Rating. Wes Montgomery, Wynton Kelly Trio. Murray Gold. UMG от лица компании Verve SOLAR Music Rights Management, LatinAutor, ARESA, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, EMI Music Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music Of Jennie - Wes Montgomery, The Wynton Kelly Trio. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Verve Records album Wynton Kelly Trio and Wes Montgomery Smokin' at The Half Note, which was recorded in late June 1965 at the celebrated jazz club on New Yorks Hudson Street, is regarded as an absolute classic. Pat Metheny said that I learned to play listening to Wes Montgomery's Smokin' at The Half Note and he added that the solo on If You Could See Me Now is his favourite of all time. Very sadly Kelly died aged just 39, in Toronto in 1971, following an epileptic seizure. If You Could See Me Now - Live At The H. The Unissued February 1965 Half Note Broadcasts happened four months before the celebrated live Smokin' and a beauty it is. Unlike Smokin', Wes is center stage with extended solos for most of the 63 minutes, with strong support but little soloing from Wynton Kelly p, Jimmy Cobb d, and replacing an AWOL Paul Chambers b, Ron Carter on the Feb. 12th broadcast and Wes's hometown Indianapolis buddy Larry Ridley on the Feb. 19th show. Clear sound for live radio broadcasts. Wes is a flurry of impassioned string fury. Amazing unaccompanied turn on his Mi Cosa. New Album Releases download full albums, daily updates. Artist: Wes Montgomery and The Wynton Kelly Trio. Album: The Unissued 1965 Half Note Broadcasts. Released: 2013. Style: Jazz. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. Size: 143 Mb. Tracklist: 01 Impressions 02 Mi Cosa 03 Blues 1 04 Birks Works 05 Laura 06 Cariba 07 Blues 2 08 Four On Six 09 Blues 3 Closing announcements 10 All The Things You Are 11 I Remember You. Download links: Rapidgator: download. The FLAC appears to be corrupted. Posted on August 10th, 2013 at 12:54 pm. Smokin' at the Half Note is an album by Wes Montgomery and the Wynton Kelly Trio that was released in 1965. It was recorded live in June 1965 at the Half Note Club in New York City and September 22, 1965 at Van Gelder Studios in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. The album combines guitarist Montgomery with the Miles Davis rhythm section from 19591963 of Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers, and Jimmy Cobb. The album's versions of Unit 7 and Four on Six have helped to establish these songs as jazz standards