Wes Montgomery's So Much Guitar! continues the latest round of re-releases/re- masters from the Concord Music Group, celebrating the 60th. Shop So Much Guitar. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Wes Montgomery, Hank Jones, Ray Barretto, Ron Carter, Lex Humphries - So Much Guitar. (Vinyl LP). Now $ Was Save. Availability: Add to Cart. So Much Guitar!, an Album by Wes Montgomery. Released in October on Riverside (catalog no. RLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Bop. Featured. 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.
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|Wes montgomery so much guitar||In general, this is a record that was played a fair amount, and handled without care. Even sealed records tend to have one or two slight faults, enough to usually qualify them for a grade of NM- or lower. Art Blakey Caravan. So if you have the same trouble i really think now its the pressing in itself Somethin' Like Bags 7.|
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|RICH HOMIE QUAN RELOADED HULKSHARE||Great album. There's a problem loading this menu at the moment. This is what it says, that the record is still held fast in shrink-wrap. Posted 16 Dec edited. Johnny Lytle Village Caller. Near Mint Dusty Groove does not use the grades of Near Mint or Mint, for that matter because in our experience, we find that no records ever qualify for such a high grade.|
Started by jbs-tom16 Dec Posted 16 Dec So much guitar is RLP In this part of the Riverside catalogue, it becomes complicated I have a promo white lbl without DG, but i know there are DG of this one. I have a no DG promo white, never seen a DG but may exist. I have a DG, but have seen no DG. So for your Its hard to tell whether its original or not considering the DG.
The problem is the no DG riverside, first or not, rarely sound good, and sometimes sound awfulfor example. Posted 16 Dec edited. There are two "gigantic" Wes recordings on Riverside: I suppose you already know and have iv play song the dream. In case not, you can jump on it!!
Posted 17 Dec The jackets and the labels are exactly the same, but for some reason I have the feeling the dg-version is older. Soundwise there is not much difference - both copies sound so so, so you don't have wes montgomery so much guitar hunt for the dg version. Like Michel said, this is a difficult part in the Riverside catalogue. On wes montgomery so much guitar other hand, most of the higher numbers are again with dg!
You may have noticed also that is often seen no DG white label, while DG version is often the regular blue label. Peter, how does sound your no DG? Posted 18 Dec Not so good, unfortunately. The vinyl is a bit noisy, which is very obvious as the music is relatively quite. I also have a stereo, black label copy no DGwhich sounds as bad as the mono. Not exactly Blue Note quality pressings and recordings!
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