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  • Wes Montgomery Jazz 625 - Complete

    35:08

    Wes Montgomery Quartet on the BBC-TV show Jazz 625 in 1965. Complete transcription available at WesMontgomeryBook.com

    Wes Montgomery - guitar
    Harold Mabern - piano
    Arthur Harper - bass
    Jimmy Lovelace - drums

    Click to jump to individual songs

    0:00 West Coast Blues (intro)
    2:12 Yesterdays
    6:00 Jingles
    11:56 'Round Midnight
    20:03 Twisted Blues
    28:11 Full House
    34:18 West Coast Blues (outro)

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  • Wes Montgomery Live In 65

    1:18:29

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  • Jazz 6 - Wes Montgomery

    42:36

    Emission Jazz 6 sur Wes Montgomery, diffusé sur M6.
    Présenté par Phillippe Adler.
    Invité Christian Escoudé.
    JAZZ 625: WES MONTGOMERY QUARTET
    Yesterdays by Otto Harbach, Jerome Kern; Round midnight by Thelonious Monk, Bernie Hanighen, Cootie Williams; Twisted blues, Full house, West Coast blues, Jingles by Wes Montgomery. (Songs)
    - Introduced by Humphrey Lyttelton:- Wes Montgomery, guitar; Harold Mabern, piano; Arthur Harper, acoustic double bass; Jimmy Lovelace, drums. (Personnel on Camera)
    - Recorded on 25th March 1965 at BBC TV Centre, London.

  • Art Blakeys Jazz Messengers with John Gilmore - March 7, 1965 - BBC Jazz 625 TV

    38:12




    Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers
    with John Gilmore
    Jazz 625 TV
    3/7/65
    Cine-Tele Sound Studio;
    London, England
    1. On the Ginza
    2. Lament for Stacey
    3. The Egyptians
    4. I Can't Get Started
    5. Buhaina Chant
    Art Blakey, John Gilmore, John Hicks, Lee Morgan, Victor Sproles
    TV broadcast
    Released as: Are You Real - Moon 71; Live on BBC-TV - video

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  • Wes Montgomery - Round Midnight

    8:08

    Wes Montgomery - Round Midnight

  • Artists That Changed Music: Wes Montgomery

    41:59

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    Wes Montgomery is regarded one of the three founding fathers of the jazz guitar, the other two being Charlie Christian and Django Reinhardt.

    Montgomery changed the world of music with his hitchhiker’s thumb, impossible guitar techniques, and sumptuous musical talent. He recorded 20 albums as a leader, many of them best-sellers, and won many readers’ and critics’ polls, as well as three Grammy Nominations and two Grammy Awards.

    Montgomery achieved all this in less than 10 years after his breakthrough at the age of 36, because in another example of the tragically short, meteoric career of many jazz greats, he died in 1968, aged just 45.

    Wes Montgomery lived in Indianapolis almost his entire life, and also died there. On the morning of June 15, 1968, he woke up in his house with chest pains, and soon afterwards collapsed of a heart attack. He was pronounced dead at the local hospital at 10:40am.

    Wes Montgomery’s spirit has also been kept alive by his recordings, which today include a large amount of posthumous releases. Moreover, a new documentary about him, working title Wes Bound is being made end scheduled for release in 2023.

    But most of all Montgomery’s spirit remains alive in the countless players who are influenced by him. Joe Pass once said, “To me, there have been only three real innovators on the guitar—Wes Montgomery, Charlie Christian, and Django Reinhardt.” And the great John Scofield once remarked, “I tried to copy Wes Montgomery, but it was too hard.”

    Just a few of the countless jazz guitarists who have referenced Montgomery include George Benson, Martin Taylor, John Etheridge, Pat Metheny, Larry Coryell, Jim Mullen, and Lee Ritenour. The latter released an album called “Wes Bound” in 1993 and called his son Wesley. Montgomery also has been name-checked by rock and blues players like Jimi Hendrix, Eric Johnson, Steve Vai, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Joe Satriani, Steve Howe, Joe Bonamassa, and many, many others.

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  • Wes Montgomery - Heres That Rainy Day - Live London 1965

    5:51

    Stan Tracey (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Rick Laird (bass) Jackie Dougan (drums)
    Television broadcast, Tempo, ABC TV, London, England, May 7, 1965

  • Wes Montgomery, Workshop in Hamburg, April 28th, 1965

    34:02

    NDR Jazz Workshop With Wes Montgomery
    at Studio 10, NDR Hamburger Funkhaus, Hamburg, Germany; April 28th, 1965.
    Colorization realized by myself using Ai program (Deoldify)

    01:58 Blue Grass
    08:00 On Green Dolphin Street
    13:50. Blue Monk
    20:42 Last of the wine
    29:04 West Coast Blues

    Wes Montgomery: guitar
    Hans Koller, Johnny Griffin, Ronnie Scott, Ronie Ross: sax
    Martial Solal: piano
    Michel Gaudry: bass
    Ronnie Stephenson: drums

  • THELONIOUS MONK Quartet - Jazz 625

    34:41

    Credits:
    Presenter - Humphrey Lyttelton
    Producer - Terry Henebery
    Director - Terry Henebery

    - Made-for-TV series.
    - Feature film (over 60 minutes).
    - Criss cross, Well, you needn't, Nutty, Straight, no chaser, Hackensack Rhythm-a-ning by Thelonious Monk; Epistrophy by Thelonious Monk, Kenny Clarke. (Songs)
    - Introduced by Humphrey Lyttelton: The Thelonious Monk Quartet:- Charlie Rouse, tenor sax; Thelonious Monk, piano; Larry Gales, acoustic double bass; Ben Riley, drums. (Personnel on Camera)
    - Recorded on 14th March 1965 at the Marquee Club, London. Re-edited for repeat transmission in 1990 with a new introduction by Neneh Cherry.

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  • Dizzy Gillespie Quintet- 1966.

    35:28

    In a restored and re-edited version of the 1960s jazz programme, Neneh Cherry introduces a session by trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie accompanied by Rudy Collins, Christopher White, Kenny Barren and James Moody.

  • Jazz 625 Sonny Stitt, Howard McGhee, JJ Johnson, Walter Bishop, Tommy Potter, Kenny Clarke

    36:41

    Sonny Stitt - alto sax
    Howard McGhee - trumpet
    JJ Johnson - trombone
    Walter Bishop - piano
    Tommy Potter - bass
    Kenny Clarke - drums

  • Wes Montgomery, Pim Jacobs, Ruud Jacobs & Han Bennink - The End Of A Love Affair • World of Jazz

    8:16

    TV-Pogram: Wes Montgomery
    Date: 21 may 1965
    John Leslie Wes Montgomery (March 6, 1923 – June 15, 1968) was an American jazz guitarist. He is widely considered one of the major jazz guitarists, emerging after such seminal figures as Django Reinhardt and Charlie Christian and influencing countless others, including George Benson, Kenny Burrell, Bobby Broom, Royce Campbell, Grant Green, Jimi Hendrix, Steve Howe, Russell Malone, Pat Martino, Pat Metheny, Lee Ritenour, Joe Diorio, Tuck Andress, David Becker, Randy Napoleon, and Emily Remler.

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  • Wes Montgomery Quartet 1965

    7:49

    Wes playing Full House and West Coast Blues on Jazz 625.

  • Heres That Rainy Day

    4:58

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    Here's That Rainy Day · Wes Montgomery

    Bumpin'

    ℗ A Verve Label Group Release; ℗ 1965 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1965-01-01

    Producer: Creed Taylor
    Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Don Sebesky
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Bob Cranshaw
    Associated Performer, Cello: Charles McCracken
    Associated Performer, Cello: George Ricci
    Associated Performer, Drums: Grady Tate
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Wes Montgomery
    Associated Performer, Harp: Margaret Ross
    Associated Performer, Piano: Roger Kellaway
    Associated Performer, Viola: David Schwartz
    Associated Performer, Viola: Harold Coletta
    Associated Performer, Violin: Arnold Eidus
    Associated Performer, Violin: Gene Orloff
    Associated Performer, Violin: Harry Lookofsky
    Associated Performer, Violin: Joseph Malignaggi
    Associated Performer, Violin: Julius Held
    Associated Performer, Violin: Lewis Eley
    Associated Performer, Violin: Louis Haber
    Associated Performer, Violin: Paul Gershman
    Associated Performer, Violin: Sol Shapiro
    Composer Lyricist: Jimmy van Heusen
    Composer Lyricist: Johnny Burke

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  • 10 easy Wes Montgomery Jazz Guitar Licks - Lesson With Tabs From West Coast Blues

    6:48

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  • Willie The Lion Smith - The Lion on BBCs Jazz 625 - 1965

    28:42

    Willie ‘The Lion’ Smith: piano
    Brian Brocklehurst: bass
    Lennie Hastings: drums

    Recorded on 7th November 1965 at The Marquee Club, London (England)

    00:00:00 - Introduced by Humphrey Lyttelton
    00:01:45 - Carolina shout (James P. Johnson)
    00:04:45 - Morning air (Willie ‘The Lion’ Smith)
    00:07:25 - Polonaise in A (Frederic Chopin)
    00:11:45 - St. Louis blues (William Christopher Handy)
    00:16:45 - Dardanella (Fred Fisher, Felix Bernard, Johnny S. Black)
    00:20:50 - Nagasaki (Mort Dixon, Harry Warren)

  • Jazz 625 - The Modern Jazz Quartet

    33:25

    In A Crowd / Wintertale / One Note Samba / Fugue in A Minor / Swing Low Sweet Chariot / The Sheriff

    John Lewis - Piano
    Milt Jackson - Vibraphone
    Percy Heath - Bass
    Connie Kay - Drums

    Recorded: 28 April 1964

  • Wes Montgomery - Round Midnight - By MBP

    5:26

    Wes Montgomery guitar cover. Wes was one of the greatest jazz guitarists. Single lines, block chords and trademark octaves delivered on Round Midnight solo. If you want to buy the standard notation and tabed transcription(5$) or the backing track(5$) of this song (8$ both) please email me at mattblackparis@outlook.com.

  • Jazz 625 - Oscar Peterson Trio

    25:11

    Hallelujah Time / Con Alma / Waltz for Debby / Cubano Chant / You Are My Heart's Delight

    Oscar Peterson - Piano
    Ray Brown - Bass
    Eg Thigpen - Drums

    Recorded: 1 April 1964

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    52:05

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  • Jazz 625 The British Jazz Explosion BBC4 Nov 2020

    1:35:03

    The British Jazz Explosion BBC 4 nov 2020 Jazz 625

    The biggest names on the buzzing UK scene play in a special edition of the iconic jazz show. Sons of Kemet, Nubya Garcia, Kokoroko and Ezra Collective headline an amazing line-up (BBC4)

  • The Wright Groove - Dave Brubeck Quartet - BBC Jazz 625

    3:07

    The quartet is made up of Brubeck on piano, Paul Desmond on alto saxophone, Eugene Wright on bass, and Joe Morello on drums.

  • When Lee Morgan Plays, Everyone Listens

    10:19

    Lee Morgan joins Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers for Messenger trombonist Curtis Fuller
    composition, The Egyptian, features Lee on trumpet, John Gillmore on tenor, the great John Hicks on piano, Victor Sproles on bass and Art Blakey on drums. 1964, BBC Londn, Jazz 625.
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  • Take Five - Dave Brubeck Quartet - BBC Jazz 625

    5:01

    The quartet is made up of Brubeck on piano, Paul Desmond on alto saxophone, Eugene Wright on bass, and Joe Morello on drums.

  • Jingles

    5:32

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    Jingles · The Wes Montgomery Trio

    The Wes Montgomery Trio

    ℗ 1987 Fantasy, Inc.

    Released on: 1987-01-01

    Composer: Wes Montgomery

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  • Jimmy Smith - Jazz Scene USA 1962

    25:41

  • Andys Jazz Club - Tim Fitzgerald Quartet - 6/12/20 - Four on Six

    9:55

    In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic and the nation wide protesting in response to the tragic death of George Floyd - Jazz Guitarist Tim Fitzgerald brings a lively Quartet into Andy’s Jazz Club for a closed-to-the-public live stream show broadcasted onto Facebook Live on 6/12/2020.

  • The Modern Jazz Quartet - 1964

    31:59

    Режиссер: BBC

    The Modern Jazz Quartet are:
    John Lewis - Piano
    Milt Jackson - Vibes
    Percy Heath - Bass
    Connie Kay - Drums
    Special Guest - Laurindo Almeida

    01 Introduction by Steve Race
    02 In A Crowd
    03 Winter Tale
    04 The One Note Samba
    05 Fugue In A Minor
    06 Swing Low Sweet Chariot
    07 The Sheriff

    BBC Four Broadcast 3rd April 2009

  • Charlie Parker - Jam Session Full Album

    1:1:32

    Jam Session is an album compiled from a 1952 jam session which brought together three of history's greatest alto saxophonists; Parker, Johnny Hodges and Benny Carter, as well as Ben Webster and Flip Phillips on tenor sax.

    Track listing

    00:00 - 01. Jam Blues (Norman Shrdlu)
    14:44 - 02. What Is This Thing Called Love (Cole Porter)
    30:37 - 03. Ballad Medley
    48:02 - 04. Funky Blues (Johnny Hodges)

    Personnel

    Alto Saxophone – Benny Carter, Charlie Parker, Johnny Hodges
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Drums – J.C. Heard
    Guitar – Barney Kessel
    Piano – Oscar Peterson
    Tenor Saxophone – Ben Webster, Flip Phillips
    Trumpet – Charlie Shavers

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  • Grant Green Trio

    32:06

    This footage was recorded for French TV but was never broadcast. It is uncut and unedited ..Filmed in France - looks like The Olympia in Paris to me - with Larry Ridley on bass and Don Lamond on drums.

  • Miles Davis Quintet, Teatro dellArte, Milan, Italy, October 11th, 1964

    1:09

    Autumn Leaves 00:00
    My Funny Valentine 15:07
    All Blues 26:33
    All of You 40:13
    Joshua 50:47

    The band:
    Miles Davis (trumpet), Wayne Shorter (sax), Herbie Hancock (piano), Ron Carter (bass), Tony Williams (drums)


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  • Wes̲ M̲o̲n̲t̲go̲m̲e̲r̲y̲ ̲– G̲r̲o̲o̲v̲e̲ B̲r̲o̲t̲h̲e̲r̲s̲ ̲

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  • Wes Montgomery- Four on Six Solo

    57

    Here is the first minute of Wes Montgomery's solo from Four on Six.

  • Tim Fitzgerald Playing Wes Montgomery @ Chicago Jazz Fest 2017 “Cariba”

    6:24

    Tim Fitzgerald is a Chicago based guitarist and noted Wes Montgomery freak, he's written a book entitled “625 Alive: the Wes Montgomery BBC Concert Transcribed”. He and his band Full House opened Chicago Jazz Fest 2017 on Friday morning at 11:30 am. Joining Tim onstage was; Victor Garcia (trumpet), Chris Madsen (sax), Brent Griffin Jr. (sax), George Fludas (drums), Tom Vaitsas (reeds), Christian (bass). This tune is a Wes Montgomery number called “Cariba”.

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  • Goin On To Detroit

    3:38

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    Goin On To Detroit · Wes Montgomery

    Down Here On The Ground

    ℗ A Verve Label Group Release; ℗ 1968 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1968-01-01

    Producer: Creed Taylor
    Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Don Sebesky
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Ron Carter
    Associated Performer, Cello: George Ricci
    Associated Performer, Drums: Grady Tate
    Associated Performer, Percussion: Ray Barretto
    Associated Performer, Percussion: Bobby Rosengarden
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Wes Montgomery
    Associated Performer, Piano: Herbie Hancock
    Associated Performer, Vibraphone: Mike Mainieri
    Associated Performer, Viola: Emanuel Vardi
    Associated Performer, Violin: Gene Orloff
    Associated Performer, Violin: Raoul Poliakin
    Associated Performer, Flute: Hubert Laws
    Associated Performer, Flute: George Marge
    Associated Performer, Flute: Romeo Penque
    Composer Lyricist: Wes Montgomery

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  • Gone With The Wind

    6:25

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    Gone With The Wind · Wes Montgomery

    Jazz Music

    ℗ 1960 Fantasy, Inc.

    Released on: 2021-07-02

    Producer: Orrin Keepnews
    Associated Performer, Bass (vocal): Percy Heath
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Jack Higgins
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Wes Montgomery
    Associated Performer, Drums: Albert Heath
    Associated Performer, Piano: Tommy Flanagan
    Composer Lyricist: Herbert Magidson
    Composer Lyricist: Allie Wrubel

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  • Wes Montgomery West Coast Blues

    3:18

    West Coast Blues was written by jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery. This tune first appeared on Montgomery's 1960 album, 'The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery'.

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  • Up And At It

    4:15

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    Up And At It · Wes Montgomery

    Down Here On The Ground

    ℗ A Verve Label Group Release; ℗ 1968 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1968-01-01

    Producer: Creed Taylor
    Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Don Sebesky
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Ron Carter
    Associated Performer, Cello: George Ricci
    Associated Performer, Drums: Grady Tate
    Associated Performer, Percussion: Ray Barretto
    Associated Performer, Percussion: Bobby Rosengarden
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Wes Montgomery
    Associated Performer, Piano: Herbie Hancock
    Associated Performer, Vibraphone: Mike Mainieri
    Associated Performer, Viola: Emanuel Vardi
    Associated Performer, Violin: Gene Orloff
    Associated Performer, Violin: Raoul Poliakin
    Associated Performer, Flute: Hubert Laws
    Associated Performer, Flute: George Marge
    Associated Performer, Flute: Romeo Penque
    Composer Lyricist: Wes Montgomery

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  • WES MONTGOMERY - RECURSOS QUE UTILIZA AL IMPROVISAR

    21:58

    En este vídeo de la serie
    APRENDIENDO DE LOS GRANDES.
    Vamos a analizar algunas frases que Wes Montgomery utiliza en el solo de West Coast Blues
    del álbum THE INCREDIBLE JAZZ GUITAR OF WES MONTGOMERY (1960).
    Espero que aproveches este tutorial para generar tus propias frases en base a lo aprendido.

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    We are going to analyze some phrases that Wes Montgomery uses on West Coast Blues's solo
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    I hope you take advantage of this tutorial to generate your own phrases based on what you learned.

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  • Wes Montgomerys West Coast Blues Solo

    5:20

    The famous solo Wes does on West Coast Blues. A few errors here and there but oh well.

  • No Blues Wes Montgomery Solo Transcription

    6:26

    No Blues (Miles Davis)
    From The Live Record Smokin' At The Half Note
    Wes Montgomery And The Wynton
    Kelly Trio
    1965

    Transcribed Joyfully By Matan Shevach

    You can also download the PDF.

  • Wes Montgomery - Airegin

    4:30

    The incredible jazz guitar of Wes Montgomery.
    Airegin.

  • Heres That Rainy Day

    7:20

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    Here's That Rainy Day · Wes Montgomery

    Blue Monk

    ℗ 2014 All About Jazz Records

    Music Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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  • Gone with the Wind

    6:22

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    Gone with the Wind · Wes Montgomery · Herbert Magidson · Allie Wrubel

    Cool Heat

    ℗ 2018 Nagel-Heyer Records GmbH

    Released on: 2018-02-20

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  • Heres That Rainy Day

    8:13

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    Here's That Rainy Day · Wes Montgomery

    Jazz Stars: All Stars, Vol.1

    ℗ 2014 All About Jazz Records

    Music Publisher: Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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  • Greensleeves

    2:03

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    Greensleeves · Wes Montgomery

    Road Song

    ℗ 1968 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1968-08-10

    Associated Performer, Guitar: Wes Montgomery
    Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Don Sebesky
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Richard Davis
    Associated Performer, Bassoon, Recorder: Morris Newman
    Associated Performer, Bassoon: Walter Kane
    Associated Performer, Cello: Alan Shulman
    Associated Performer, Cello: Charles McCracken
    Associated Performer, Cello: George Ricci
    Associated Performer, Clarinet, Oboe, Recorder: Stan Webb
    Associated Performer, Drums: Ed Shaughnessy
    Associated Performer, Flute, Recorder: Don Hammond
    Associated Performer, Flute: George Marge
    Associated Performer, Flute, Recorder: Harvey Estrin
    Associated Performer, French Horn: Jim Buffington
    Associated Performer, Harpsichord: Sivert Johnson Jr.
    Associated Performer, Oboe, Recorder: Don Ashworth
    Associated Performer, Percussion: Jack Jennings
    Associated Performer, Percussion: Ray Barretto
    Associated Performer, Piano: Herbie Hancock
    Producer: Creed Taylor
    Associated Performer, Recorder: Bernard Krainis
    Associated Performer, Recorder: Eric Leber
    Associated Performer, Recorder: Shelley Grushkin
    Associated Performer, Trombone: Paul Faulise
    Associated Performer, Trombone: Wayne Andre
    Associated Performer, Trumpet: Bernie Glow
    Associated Performer, Trumpet: Marvin Stamm
    Associated Performer, Viola: Emanuel Vardi
    Associated Performer, Violin: Bernard Eichen
    Associated Performer, Violin: Charles Libove
    Associated Performer, Violin: Marvin Morgenstern
    Associated Performer, Violin: Tosha Samaroff
    Composer Lyricist: Traditional

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  • FALLING IN LOVE WITH LOVE

    2:31

    jazz swing

    most of the greats from Charlie Parker to Wes Montgomery to Ella Fitzgerald to name a few have recorded this fun tune.
    if your not familiar with this tune , click my favorites and listen to a young Wayne Newton sing it on the old Jack Benny show .
    they really cook on the 2nd chorus !
    this tune was originally written in 3/4 time but way more musicians swing it in 4/4 time .

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