Jazz Standards, Vol. Late Night Jazz [Excelsior]. Late Night Jazz [Rebound]. No Hype Blues. Bobby Broom. The Best of Cannonball Adderley Deep Groove! The Street of Dreams. Joey DeFrancesco. This Is Jazz [Jazz World]. Wes Side Stories. Giles Clement Quartet. And All That Jazz. Either Side of Midnight. Good Grief! Jim Martinez. It's My Turn. Nick Colionne. Jazz 'Round Midnight: Jimmy Smith. Jazz 'Round Midnight: Wes Montgomery.
Jazz Masters Jimmy Smith. Guest Artist, Composer. Joint Venture. Leon Williams. Fullerton College Jazz Band. Songs and Moments. Kevin Mahogany. Strong Man. Hideaki Yoshioka. Tribute to Wes Montgomery. Project G Verve Jazz Masters Verve Story Verve's Grammy Winners. WNUA Boss Organ. Fallen Angel. Guitar Electric , Composer. Free Flow. Dale Fielder. I Have Dreamed. David Silverman. Look Ma, No Hands! Donovan Mixon.
Midnight Moods: Lighter Side of Jazz. Mostly Monk. Riverside Reunion Band. Playboy's 40th Anniversary: Four Decades of Jazz The Best of Frankie Laine [Capitol]. Frankie Laine. The Best of Wes. The Jazz Crusaders. The Leading Man. Harold Mabern. The Quiet Revolution. Ronny Jordan. Three Originals. Way Out West [VA]. Bird Lives! El Mejor. Poncho Sanchez. Evening Star. Gitanes Jazz: Jazz Bossa Nova. James Leary. Jazz Classics [K-Tel]. Josh Sklair.
Low Down Feeling. Texas Pete Mayes. Salt Lake. Straight No Chaser. Primary Artist, Main Personnel, Guitar. The Artistry of Wes Montgomery. The Best of the Lennon Sisters. The Lennon Sisters. The Complete Riverside Recordings. Wes Bound. A Guitar Thing. Ron Jackson. Compact Jazz: Jimmy Smith. The Overlords. Paint a Picture. Girl Overboard. Richie Hart. Arranger, Composer. Roll Call. Herb Ellis. Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz, Vol. The Legend. The Will to Swing.
To Reach a Dream. Jimmy Ponder. Classics, Vol. Common Ground. Dragon Gate. Moore Makes 4. That Goes To Show Ya! Dave Murdy. The Silver Collection. Jazz-Club: Guitar. The Collective. This Is New. Ed Bickert.
A Taste of Jazz. Klaus Weiss. Hollywood Magic: The 's. Plays the Blues. Tears of Joy. White Nights and Jazz in Leningrad. Billy Taylor Trio. Child's Play. Steve Brown. Compact Jazz Sampler. Compact Jazz: Wes Montgomery. Greatest Hits. Jazz en Verve, Vol. Revised Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz. Golden Movie Themes. Land of Opportunity. Monty Alexander. New York Jazz Guitar Ensemble. Everything We Love.
Jazz Trumpet, Vol. Kevin Eubanks. Solar: The Bebop Album. John Abercrombie. The History of an Artist, Vol. Date with Time. Michel Petrucciani.
Femme Fatale. Gabor Szabo. Liner Notes. Emily Remler. Pacific Jazz Sampler. Something Borrowed, Something Blue. Tommy Flanagan. Star Portrait. Tobacco Road. Jimmy Johnson. The Young Rabbits. Live Oblivion, Vol.
Straight Ahead. Gene Ammons. I'm Gonna Git Myself Together. Wes and Friends. Just Walkin'. Eddy Louiss. Hello, Herbie. Night Life. Billy Butler. Guitar Soul! Workin' on a Groovy Thing. Richard "Groove" Holmes.
Accent on Africa. Down Here on the Ground. Primary Artist, Vocals, Guitar, Composer. Live at Jorgie's and More. Road Song. The Best of Wes Montgomery, Vol. The New One! Buddy Rich. Wes' Best. A Day in the Life. Primary Artist, Vocals, Composer. California Dreaming. Easy Groove. Further Adventure of J. Smith and W. Goin' Out of My Head. Swingin' New Big Band. The Further Adventures of Jimmy and Wes. Classic Sound of Wes Montgomery. Live in Europe. Live in Paris. Smokin' at the Half Note.
Twisted Blues. Willow Weep for Me. This quickly was toned down to a dark blue label with silver printing, with a much lower-key banner on the jacket. The stereo labels used the same design as the mono labels. The next label was brown with a pink and white "ARGO" in an oval to the left of the center hole. The percussion lines are the backbone for unusual melodies, often Asian- or Japanese-inspired, with a movingly mournful but not unappealing quality.
Washes of wind-like sounds and animal noises are often used to embellish the pieces. Bits of "Tree Trail" and "Frog Bog" even come close to exotica, but this ain't no Martin Denny who, of course, was also using frog noises on record around this time ; Moondog's music is much less frivolous in intention, and the round-like repetition that flavors all his work is present through most of this disc. All very enigmatic yet attention-holding stuff, ripe for discovery by new generations that will appreciate his defiantly idiosyncratic mix of styles and formats.
But, if we ignore the cloak of seeming inscrutability and concentrate on the music, the experience can be astonishing. Moondog possesses an admirable virtue; he perceives music everywhere in life. The collection of vignettes contained in this album are fully realized attempts to integrate music and sound. This reservoir of material serves his eclectic approach to composition. Moondog chooses deftly amongst all of music to elicit his surprising couplings. A pair of violins bowing Bach influenced counterpoint might be heard over a rhythmic pattern of Cuban drumming.
Moondog, the man like his music is a satisfying blend of many fibres. Dressed in his famous army blankets. While selling the sheets of his music, hung around his waist, his active hands are inconspicuously composing new music on a braille boord, discreetly hidden under the folds of his protective garments.
At night, from well chosen sites, Moondog the street musician, performs on his singular assortment of instruments.
Using a maraca and a clava as drumsticks. Remastered by De Lancie, Location: Saskatoon, SK. Just finished a great meal with my beautiful wife. I think I heard a warble at the beginning of Penelope for about 3 seconds.
But it's all good. I'm feelin' warm. Great album! I've been lucky enough to see both Herbie and Shorter live on separate occssions and they didn't disappoint. Edit: I apologize for the cross post on two forums. Couldn't resist. Location: Melbourne, Australia. Friday funk. SJR , Sep 12, M , dennis the menace , bluemooze and 7 others like this. SJR likes this. Just when he was regaining his former popularity, in Gordon moved to Europe where he would stay until While on the continent, he was in peak form and Gordon's many SteepleChase recordings rank with the finest work of his career.
Gordon did return to the U. It was therefore a major surprise that his return in was treated as a major media event.The rest of the vinyl is in good shape. Green record has a torn label (see photo) which of course does not affect play. Miles Davis / ‘Round About Midnight / Original Mono. SOLD. Gene Ammons / The Soulful Moods Of Gene Ammons / Analogue Productions. $ Missing: Brasswind.