In the Beginning: Early Recordings from 1949-1958 ()

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In the Beginning: Early Recordings from 1949-1958 - Wes Montgomery
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  1. After You've Gone
  2. Fascinating Rhythm
  3. Brazil
  4. What Is There To Say?
  5. Four
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  1. After You've Gone
  2. Fascinating Rhythm
  3. Brazil
  4. What Is There To Say?
  5. Four
  6. Wes' Tune
  7. My Heart Stood Still
  8. How High The Moon
  9. Django
  10. Going Down To Big Mary's
  11. I Should Care
  12. Caravan
  13. Six Bridges To Cross
  14. Ralph's New Blues
  15. Soft Winds
  16. Robbins' Nest
  17. A Night In Tunisia
  18. Love For Sale
  19. Leila
  20. Blues
  21. Undecided
  22. Far Wes
  23. All The Things You Are
  24. King Trotter
  25. Carlena's Blues
  26. Smooth Evening
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Rare Wes Montgomery material is hard to come by. Not counting Willow Weep for Me, the posthumous LP Verve issued in 1968 not long after the guitarist's passing, there was Resonance's 2012 set Echoes of Indiana Avenue, which contained largely live performances from 1957 and 1958. In the Beginning, released three years after Echoes, draws from a similar well of unreleased recordings, offering a heavy dose of live material along with five sides produced by Quincy Jones at Columbia Studios in 1955, plus three tracks a session ...

In the Beginning: Early Recordings from 1949-1958 2015, Resonance

UPC: 724101773129

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