Bumpin' is an album by American jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery that was released in 1965. It reached number 116 on the Billboard 200 chart. It was Montgomery's first album to reach the charts.
John Leslie "Wes" Montgomery (March 6, 1923 – June 15, 1968) was an American jazz guitarist. In the 1950s, the guitarist who stood head and shoulders above everyone else was a modest genius from Indianapolis called Wes Montgomery. Montgomery, like his idol, Charlie Christian, could play single-note lines like a horn player, but also incorporated chords and octaves in his solos. His jaw-dropping abilities made him seem super-human and he was soon hailed as one of the best jazz guitarists to have walked the planet, earning him top spot on this run down of the 50 best jazz guitarists ever. The album proved difficult for Montgomery to make as when he was recording with the full orchestra he was unable to get the results he wanted. Sebesky came up with the idea of Montgomery recording with a small group to which orchestral overlays were added.
Reissue of an earlier Wes Montgomery album on Riverside titled "Boss Guitar. Exact release date is unknown, and ranging 1968–197? in different sources. Came in RS3012 R/S3012 stereo sleeve Stamped DJ Copy on Back but Mono disc was included that says Promotion Copy Not For Sale on both sides. Label on disc gives catalogue as R -3012-A and R -3012-B differ from other jacket releases. Matrix, Runout (Etched): RSM-3012-A Er. Matrix, Runout (Etched): RSM-3012-B Er.
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- Design – Robert Flynn
- Drums – Jimmy Cobb
- Guitar – Wes Montgomery
- Organ – Mel Rhyne
- Photography By – Charles Steward*
- Producer – Orrin Keepnews
- Remastered By – Bob Thiele
NotesLaminated Flipback Cover
This Is A Reissue Of The Album Boss Guitar
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BIEM
|RM 459||Wes Montgomery||Boss Guitar (LP, Album, Mono)||Riverside Records||RM 459||US||1963|
|OJC-261, RLP-9459||Wes Montgomery||Boss Guitar (LP, Album, RE)||Original Jazz Classics, Riverside Records||OJC-261, RLP-9459||Europe||1986|
|VICJ-60337||Wes Montgomery||Boss Guitar (CD, Album, Ltd)||Riverside Records||VICJ-60337||Japan||1999|
|OJC-261, RLP-9459||Wes Montgomery||Boss Guitar (LP, Album, RM, RP)||Original Jazz Classics, Riverside Records||OJC-261, RLP-9459||US||1991|
|RS 9459, 9459||Wes Montgomery||Boss Guitar (LP, Album)||Riverside Records, Riverside Records||RS 9459, 9459||US||1963|