Submitted by Name: Julio Cesar de M. Alves From: Juiz de Fora, MG, Brazil Added: July 26, 2012
Comments: Wes is the first jazz guitarist I ever heard. He showed me the way to discover Django, C.Christian, Tal Farlow, Barney Kessel, Helio Delmiro, Baden Powel and all the other "popes".
Submitted by Name: Bill Pettaway From: Annapolis MD Added: July 23, 2012
Comments: It gets no better than this. Every album is great.
Submitted by Name: Carol From: Elgin, Il Added: June 27, 2012
Comments: I discovered Wes when Windy became popular. After that, I bought every album I could find of his and still have them all. I have always been a fan of jazz. Wes is still the greatest jazz guitarist ever, even though many musicians have tried and some came close to sounding a lot like him.
Submitted by Name: diane From: los angeles Added: June 13, 2012
Submitted by Name: Willis C Huff From: Houston, Tx Added: May 12, 2012
Comments: I discovered Wes Montgomery and his music In 2010 by at the time by "accident". Well, I can truly say I am glad for the "accident". Wes Montgomery and his music are a part of my life now and will continue to be for a long time.
Submitted by Name: Bruce Lyons From: Indianapolis Added: April 16, 2012
Comments: I have been searching for recordings to hear Wes play like this all my life, this is so fantastic. The improvisation blues piece blew me away. I hope someone uncovers other treasure like this.
Submitted by Name: Barry Cooper From: Santa Paula C A Added: April 11, 2012
Comments: Despite his later entry into the "pop field"which brought him a wider audience there is no doubt that Wes Montgomery had one of the finest harmonic ears in all of jazz.Listen and learn. I do!
Submitted by Name: Jerry LaRocca From: Snoqualmie, WA Added: April 11, 2012
Comments: I discovered Wes as a senior in HS in San Diego, on a radio station that was playing jazz-pop at odd hours. I was totally bummed at has sudden death. I'm glad that there he left so many great recordings that today's technology allow us to still enjoy his beautiful music.
Submitted by Name: scatbra From: North\South California Added: April 3, 2012
Comments: In my opinion, the new Wes M. release " Echoes of Indiana Avenue",has the cleanest remix/remastered work I have ever heard. The 2-channel blend is true to the period to say nothing of the superb playing of all the personnel involved. My hats off to Gala/Klabin.
Submitted by Name: Dave Friedlander From: Bellmore, NY Added: April 1, 2012
Comments: "Echoes Of Indiana Avenue" is treasured prime Wes Montgomery from 1957-58 live performances;
The digital transfer & restoration of the original recordings is nicely done. The music speaks beautifully for itself, especially "After Hours Blues" Highly recommended.