Wes Montgomery, Back on Indiana Avenue: The Carroll DeCamp Recordings (Remastered) Wes Montgomery

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Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2019

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
03.10.2019

Label: 2xHD

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Hard Bop

Das Album enthält Albumcover Booklet (PDF)

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  • 1Four On Six04:46
  • 2Mr. Walker03:45
  • 3Round Midnight07:12
  • 4So What04:56
  • 5The End of a Love Affair04:25
  • 6Tune-Up04:34
  • 7West Coast Blues03:13
  • 8Jingles08:19
  • 9It's You or No One09:21
  • 10Nothing Ever Changes My Love for You05:56
  • 11Ecaroh03:49
  • 12Sandu04:26
  • 13Whisper Not06:45
  • 14Stompin' at the Savoy07:26
  • 15It's You or No One (Take 2)09:21
  • 16Opus de Funk06:52
  • 17Summertime09:38
  • 18Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea04:51
  • 19Easy Living05:49
  • 20Four05:36
  • 21I'll Remember April05:23
  • 22The Song Is You08:48
  • Total Runtime02:15:11

Info zu Wes Montgomery, Back on Indiana Avenue: The Carroll DeCamp Recordings (Remastered)

Back on Indiana Avenue: The Carroll DeCamp Recordings is a collection of previously-unissued recordings from jazz guitar legend Wes Montgomery captured live and in studio in his hometown of Indianapolis, Indiana in the mid-to-late 1950s by renowned arranger/pianist Carroll DeCamp.

The album includes essays by jazz scholar Lewis Porter and Resonance co-president and producer Zev Feldman; plus interviews with master jazz guitarists George Benson and John Scofield; saxophonist, educator, and publisher Jamey Aebersold; and guitarist Royce Campbell, nephew of Carroll DeCamp, the late Indiana musician and arranger who captured the revelatory music heard on the new album.

On the DeCamp recordings, Montgomery is heard in full flight in a variety of settings - piano quartets, organ trios, sextets, and drummer-less Nat "King" Cole-style trios. Though DeCamp made no notes on the personnel, dedicated research and listening by Porter and the late musician and educator David Baker suggests that the players included such close associates as Montgomery's brother Buddy, the guitarist's longtime organist Melvin Rhyne, pianist John Bunch, and even the legendary Indianapolis-born pianist Carl Perkins just to name a few.

The 22 selections on Back on Indiana Avenue include embryonic versions of several of the numbers Montgomery would record at his early sessions for Riverside, including "Round Midnight," "Jingles," "Whisper Not," "The End of a Love Affair," "Ecaroh," "West Coast Blues," "Four On Six," "Mister Walker," "Tune-Up," and "Sandu."

Wes Montgomery, guitar
Carl Perkins, piano
John Bunch, piano
Buddy Montgomery, piano
Monk Montgomery, bass
Mongo Jones, bass
Paul Parker, drums
Sonny Johnson, drums
Melvin Rhyne, organ, piano
David Baker, trombone

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