Tag: Resonance Records
Jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery’s recording career was tragically cut short, thanks to his sudden death less than a decade after releasing his first solo album. This new two-disc set captures Montgomery and a host of musicians in various arrangements several years before he released his debut, and it’s a collection of a young talent in fine form well before the world knew his name.
The latest in a series of previously unheard music from jazz pianist Bill Evans, this set offers up a 1969 recording of a fine performance at the legendary jazz club Ronnie Scott’s.
This live set, taken from 1959, finds Montgomery performing with pianist Eddie Higgins, and is an enjoyable recording of a master at play.