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Day In The Life (Japanese paper sleeve edition – Gold CD)

CD (Item 181015) A&M (Japan), 1967 — Condition: Used
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Wes Montgomery — Day In The Life ... LP 11.99
Mindblowing! This is when Wes Montgomery really starts to get interesting to us – when he's working with a top-line arranger like Don Sebesky, crafting some incredibly compelling chords over lightly jazzy arrangements and soaring strings, in a whole new mode of expression that would go onto transform a generation of guitar players! And sure, this album sold a gazillion copies – but we'll be honest in saying that we think it's loads more complex and mature than some of Wes' straight jazz sides from earlier years – light years away from the small combo dates of the early years, both in conception and sound. Titles include "Day In The Life", "Watch What Happens", "California Nights", "Windy", "Trust In Me", and "The Joker".  © 1996-2024, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(Gold CD pressing! Out of print – and includes obi.)

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