Submitted by Name: Dwight Spencer From: South Carolina Added: July 14, 2011
Comments: I first heard Wes when I was in high school. "Windy" with or without improvisation was what I was looking for as a guitarist. I haven't stopped listening to Wes and think his style deserves a lifetime of listening.
Submitted by Name: Robert Andrade From: El Paso, Texas Added: July 7, 2011
Comments: Simply the best. A purest in the very sense of the word. No one has ever match his ability.
Submitted by Name: Steven Orlando Smith, Sr. From: Washington, D.C. Added: July 1, 2011
Comments: Wes was pure! He played what he felt and we felt what he played. What an inspiration to all.
Submitted by Name: Daniele (lelewes) From: Italy Added: June 29, 2011
Comments: WES IS MY MENTOR!!!I LOVE GUITAR SINCE I LISTENED WES AND WATCHED IS BIG SMILE.
Submitted by Name: Roger Palm From: Sweden Added: June 27, 2011
Comments: Wes Montgomery is my favorite musician of all times.......
Submitted by Name: Vassos Serghiou From: Limassol Cyprus Added: June 24, 2011
Comments: The moment I heard Wes's sound my whole concept of guitar playing changed. Together with Joe Pass were and will be the best of the best. \thank you Wes for the genius you were and the sounds that carry as to this day.
Submitted by Name: Ralph Chavez From: San Francisco, ca. Added: June 21, 2011
Comments: Tequila,Thank you Wes, I'll drink to that. A Master at work!
Submitted by Name: rich bialek From: dundalk MD Added: June 16, 2011
Comments: wes was a HUGE influence on my playing,and so many others.the riverside recordings are a MUST-HAVE for any serious fan of jazz guitar.
Submitted by Name: Rolf Forsberg From: Sweden Added: June 14, 2011
Comments: I just love the way Wes plays. The original octave player. Jimi Hendrix was one of the many influenced by him. I'm influenced by Hendrix and now I know the origin to that. Wes plays so sweet that it hurts, but in a good way !!!
Submitted by Name: nelson blackman From: new york Added: June 11, 2011