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Name:The Montgomery Brothers Groove Yard Blues Jazzmp3 320h33tschon55

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01 - Bock To Bock (Back To Back).mp3 (Size: 90.15 MB) (Files: 11)

 01 - Bock To Bock (Back To Back).mp3

15.58 MB

 02 - Groove Yard.mp3

7.07 MB

 03 - If I Should Lose You.mp3

13.46 MB

 04 - Delirium.mp3

8.42 MB

 05 - Just For Now.mp3

11.45 MB

 06 - Doujie.mp3

10.65 MB

 07 - Heart Strings.mp3

10.63 MB

 08 - Remember.mp3

12.90 MB

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The Montgomery Brothers - Groove Yard
Year: 1961 (Riverside)
Label: OJC (1994)
Total time: 39:22
Bitrate: 320 kbps

Wes Montgomery was reunited with his brothers Monk and Buddy on this 1961 Riverside session, which also features drummer Bobby Thomas. The guitarist and his brothers are in great form throughout the session in spite of the less-than-ideal piano provided. According to producer Orrin Keepnews, Buddy Montgomery originally intended to split his time on the date between vibes and piano, but the failure of the motor on the former instrument caused him to spend most of his time at the keyboard. The highlight of the evening in the studio is a foot-tapping version of Carl Perkins' "Groove Yard," followed closely by a wild ride through Harold Land's "Delirium." The leader contributed the soulful hard bop work "Doujie." The pianist wrote the driving "Just for Now" and the easygoing blues "Back to Bock." The contents of this CD reissue, all of which are present within the 12-CD set The Complete Riverside Recordings, unfortunately doesn't include several valuable alternate takes later added to the boxed set. Like most of Wes Montgomery's Riverside recordings, this release is an essential part of his discography and is highly recommended. ~ Ken Dryden, AMG

This record makes you wonder why there weren't more great hard-bop albums made by guitarist-led quartets -- or, for that matter, why Wes didn't record more with his brothers. The guitarist is joined by brothers Buddy on piano and Monk on string bass, with Bobby Thomas on drums. There are two originals by Buddy and one by Wes ('Doujie') as well as tunes by Milt Jackson, Harold Land and others. These are tunes the brothers were playing as part of a regular gig they had in New York City at the time of the recording in 1961.

As a result the arrangements are remarkably tight and the interplay is exhilarating--there's plenty of blowing, but it's hardly a "blowing session" per se. The album is rightly credited as a group effort; even though Wes has plenty of room to stretch out, the emphasis, as the title suggests, is on grooving as an ensemble. The brothers tend to hang in the middle tempos, further contributing to the sense of relaxation that runs throughout the eight tunes here. Highly recommended. ~ CD Notes

Personnel:
Wes Montgomery (Guitar)
Buddy Montgomery (Piano)
Monk Montgomery (Double Bass)
Bobby Thomas (Drums)

The Montgomery Brothers - Groove Yard Tracks:
01 Bock to Bock (Back to Back) (Buddy Montgomery) 6:48
02 Groove Yard (Carl Perkins) 3:05
03 If I Should Lose You (Ralph Rainger/Leo Robin) 5:52
04 Delirium (Harold Land) 3:41
05 Just For Now (Buddy Montgomery) 5:00
06 Doujie (Wes Montgomery) 4:39
07 Heart Strings (Milt Jackson) 4:38
08 Remember (Irving Berlin) 5:36

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