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California Dreamin (Wes Montgomery Version) - Billy May And His Orchestra - As You Remember Them: G

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  1. Apr 08,  · Product Reviews. There are numerous Jose Feliciano best-ofs, but this track compilation does a good job of getting the essentials onto one disc if you’re looking for a distillation of his most popular English-language recordings from his commercial prime in the late ’60s and early ’70s.
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  3. jazzonthisday: “Wes Montgomery began recording Bumpin’ in ” Wes made his pop-chart debut with this blissful marriage of his guitar genius and a lush, full orchestra. Wes Montgomery Bumpin' on LP Wes Montgomery is universally acknowledged as one of the greatest jazz guitarists of all time.
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  7. Oct 10,  · In the release of his album The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery made him famous in the jazz world. Other than a brief time playing with the John Coltrane Sextet (which also included Eric Dolphy) later in the year, Wes would be a leader for the rest of his life. Montgomery's recordings can be easily divided into three periods.

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