The Wes Montgomery Trio ‎– The Wes Montgomery Trio

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Riverside Records ‎– RLP 12-310
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A1 'Round Midnight
Written-By – Thelonious Monk
4:49
A2 Yesterdays
Written-By – Kern*, Harbach*
3:13
A3 The End Of A Love Affair
Written-By – Edw. Redding*
3:15
A4 Whisper Not
Written-By – Benny Golson
4:32
A5 Ecaroh
Written-By – Horace Silver
2:59
B1 Satin Doll
Written-By – Duke Ellington
3:53
B2 Missile Blues
Written-By – Wes Montgomery
5:57
B3 Too Late Now
Written-By – Lerner*, Lane*
4:48
B4 Jingles
Written-By – Wes Montgomery
5:29

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Tracks A1, A5, B1 to B3 recorded at Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, October 5, 1959
Tracks A2 to A4, B4 recorded at Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, October 6, 1959

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: (Side 1) RLP-12-310-A 4-1-60 ABM
  • Matrix / Runout: (Side 2) RLP-12-310-B

Other Versions (5 of 18) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
OJC20 034-2, RLP-1156 The Wes Montgomery Trio A Dynamic New Sound: Guitar/Organ/Drums(CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig) Original Jazz Classics, Riverside Records OJC20 034-2, RLP-1156 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
673 009 The Wes Montgomery Trio Round Midnight(LP, Album, RE) Riverside Records 673 009 Germany 1968 Sell This Version
RLP 310 The Wes Montgomery Trio The Wes Montgomery Trio(LP, Mon) Riverside Records RLP 310 France Unknown Sell This Version
OJCCD-034-2, RLP-1156 The Wes Montgomery Trio A Dynamic New Sound: Guitar/Organ/Drums(CD, Album, RE, RM) Original Jazz Classics, Riverside Records OJCCD-034-2, RLP-1156 Germany 1987 Sell This Version
673 009 Wes Montgomery Trio* Round Midnight(LP, Album, RE) Riverside Records 673 009 UK 1963 Sell This Version

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anothermansvinyl

anothermansvinyl

March 2, 2015
Got a copy of this, Riverside RLP 1156, long playing micro groove vinyl, black and silver Riverside inner labels, original cover art (not the orange-bordered photo-profile art, but the painted trio version), and it is a STEREO variant. What's the story on that one? In 1959, I would think the stereo version was much more rare than the mono... Thoughts? And why isn't it listed on here, for Pete's sake?! :-) One further note, this album is tight from start to finish. A slow-groovy monster. Love it.