Naptown Blues - Wes Montgomery - Goin Out Of My Head (Vinyl, LP, Album) download full album zip cd mp3 vinyl flac
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Following introductions by Newport impresario George Wein, the quartet launches into a spirited rendition of Montgomery's "Naptown Blues" named for his hometown of Indianapolis. Buddy solos first on this jaunty uptempo swinger and Wes follows with a brilliant solo that showcases his bristling single note lines and inimitable use of swinging octaves.
Brother Monk, a pioneer on electric bass, also gets in some licks of his own here on an extended walking bass solo. The guitarist's smooth octaves carry the vocals on this familiar pop tune. They close out the Newport set with a lively rendition of "Tequila," the Latin-flavored rock tune introduced in by The Champs and which also served as the title track for Montgomery's best-selling Verve album.
The guitarist's unparalleled octaves work is on full display on this vibrant jam. Though he emerged on the scene in the late s as a highly regarded exponent of urgently swinging hard bop exemplified by such classic recordings as 's The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery's Full House and 's Smokin' at the Half NoteMontgomery ultimately became a practitioner of easy grooving, pleasingly melodic fare that set the tone for smooth jazz.
Born on March 6, in Indianapolis, Indiana, Montgomery picked up guitar at the relatively late age of 19 and began teaching himself how to play by copying recordings of his guitar idol, Charlie Christian, by ear. He played locally at the Club before touring the Midwest and South with his own group. Inhe was hired by Lionel Hampton and remained with his big band through Returning to his hometown, Wes decided to Album) music a secondary part of his life in order to support his large family.
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