Wes Montgomery

Grant Green Joe Pass Kenny Burrell Pat Martino Tal Farlow

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, Royce Campbell, Grant Green, Jimi Hendrix, Steve Howe, Russell Malone, Pat Martino, Pat Metheny, Lee Ritenour, Randy Napoleon, and Emily Remler. Read more on Last.fm

The Wynton Kelly Trio & Wes Montgomery
Smokin' in Seattle: Live at the Penthouse
Album (2017)
Wes Montgomery
Way Out Wes
Album (2010)
Wes Montgomery
Pretty Blue
Album (2007)
Wes Montgomery
Riverside profiles
Album (2006)
Wes Montgomery
Movin’ Wes
Album (1997)
Wes Montgomery
Bumpin'
Album (1997)
Wes Montgomery
Encores Volume 1: Body & Soul
Album (1996)
Wes Montgomery
Fingerpickin'
Album (1996)
Wes Montgomery with Melvin Rhyne
Wes Montgomery with Melvin Rhyne
Album (1996)
Wes Montgomery
Fusion!
Album (1992)
Wes Montgomery
The Alternative Wes Montgomery
Album (1992)
Wes Montgomery
Portrait of Wes
Album (1992)
Milt Jackson and Wes Montgomery
Bags Meets Wes!
Album (1987)
Wes Montgomery
Beginnings
Album (1975)
Wes Montgomery
Willow Weep for Me
Album (1969)
Jimmy Smith and Wes Montgomery
Further Adventures of Jimmy and Wes
Album (1969)
Wes Montgomery
Road Song
Album (1968)
Wes Montgomery
Down Here on the Ground
Album (1967)
Wes Montgomery
A Day in the Life
Album (1967)
Wes Montgomery
California Dreaming
Album (1966)
Wes Montgomery
Tequila
Album (1966)
Jimmy Smith & Wes Montgomery
Jimmy & Wes: The Dynamic Duo
Album (1966)
Wes Montgomery & Clark Terry
Vara Radio 1965
Album (1965)
Wes Montgomery
Goin' Out of My Head
Album (1965)
Wes Montgomery
Movin' Wes
Album (1964)
Wes Montgomery
Boss Guitar
Album (1963)
Wes Montgomery
So Much Guitar!
Album (1961)
Wes Montgomery
Movin' Along
Album (1961)
Wes Montgomery
The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery
Album (1960)
Wes Montgomery
Far Wes
Album (1958)