Vinyl LP pressing of this 1963 album. Towards the end of his Bop period, legendary jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery reunited with fellow Hoosier, and Hammond B-3 master, Melvin Rhyne on several sessions. The first of that series was Boss Guitar, featuring the outstanding Jimmy Cobb on drums. Highlights off the LP include a cooking 6/8 version of "Besame Mucho," the funky Montgomery blues "Fried Pies," and Montgomery's dazzling showpiece "The Trick Bag." a classic Bop LP that holds it's own over time.
Besame Mucho [Take 3]
Days of Wine and Roses
The Trick Bag [Take 2 & 5]
Fried Pies [Take 2]
The Breeze and I
For Heaven's Sake
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
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