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lunes, 6 de marzo de 2017

Wes Montgomery • Tequila

On two of the songs included on Tequila, "Tequila" and "The Thumb," Wes Montgomery had an opportunity to jam a bit while backed just by bassist Ron Carter, drummer Grady Tate and the congas of Ray Barretto. The other six selections utilize a string section arranged by Claus Ogerman but, even with a throwaway version of "What the World Needs Now Is Love," there are memorable renditions of "Bumpin' on Sunset" and "Insensatez" that uplift this album quite a bit beyond the guitarist's later A&M recordings.

01 - Tequila
02 - Little Child (Daddy Dear)
03 - What The World Needs Now Is Love
04 - The Big Hurt
05 - Bumpin' On Sunset
06 - How Insensitive(Insensatez)
07 - The Thumb
08 - Midnight Mood
09 - Wives And Lovers
10 - Bumpin' On Sunset (CD bonus)
11 - The Big Hurt (CD bonus)
12 - Tequila (CD bonus)

Wes Montgomery – guitar
Ron Carter – bass
Grady Tate – drums
Ray Barretto – conga
George Devens – vibraphone
Bernard Eichen – violin
Arnold Eidus – violin
Paul Gershman – violin
Emanuel Green – violin
Julius Held – violin
Gene Orloff – violin
Harry Lookofsky – violin
Joseph Malin – violin
Abe Kessler – cello
Charles McCracken – cello
George Ricci – cello
Harvey Shapiro – cello

Production notes:
Creed Taylor – producer
Claus Ogerman – arranger, conductor
Rudy Van Gelder – engineer
Recorded at Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, on March 17, 21, & May 18, 1966.

Released: 1966
Length 46:57
Label Verve

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