Bumpin' is an album by American jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery that was released in 1965. It reached number 116 on the Billboard 200 chart. It was Montgomery's first album to reach the charts.
Original title of this album: Wes Montgomery – Bumpin' (originally released in 1965). Изготовлено по лицензии фирмы Polydor International GmbH, Гамбург.
Reality is a 1974 album by jazz bassist Monk Montgomery, one of his four solo albums. It was released on Philadelphia International Records. Me and Mrs. Jones" – 3:09. Sippin' and Tippin'" – 4:54. Bump de Bump" – 3:15. I Love You Camille" – 5:20. Monk Montgomery – bass. Danny Skea - piano & clavinet. Santo Sazino - drums. Norman Harris - guitar. Bobby Martin - Fender Rhodes.
Biography by Scott Yanow. The most influential jazz guitarist of the 1960s, who expanded the resources of the guitar in all its main functions: chordal, melodic, and rhythmic. Overview . Biography . Discography .
Wes Montgomery - guitar Jimmy Cobb - drums Johnny Griffin - tenor sax Paul Chambers - bass Wynton Kelly - piano.
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Album Montgomery Ricky. California, this evening I'll be headed back For my shot at the family dream. California" Track Info. Written By Ricky Montgomery. Montgomery Ricky Ricky Montgomery.
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