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    Interesting new project by UK guitarist Nigel Price - some Wes Montgomery tunes given a different treatment:

    Wes Reimagined | Nigel Price Organ Trio & Guests | Nigel Price

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    It's a great album!

    I hosted a Zoom masterclass a few months ago with Nigel, looking at the music and playing of the music of Wes Montgomery. If there's anyone with the knowledge of Wes necessary to do this sort of album well, it's Nigel!

    The one gig that I got to attend between lockdowns last year was Nigel's quartet playing these arrangements at Ronnie Scott's on 22nd October. The live-stream video is still available to watch:

    Last edited by David B; 06-12-2021 at 03:38 PM.

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    He 's a great player.

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    No, Nigel, no.

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    Yes, Nigel, yes.

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    Anything that keeps Wes’ music alive, I’m all for it!

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    Thanks for this - really enjoyed listening to it

    I was only dimly aware of Nigel before but what a great player

    I would like to hear him to a 'Kenny Burrell Re-Imagined' album by way of follow up

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvansDrD
    I would like to hear him to a 'Kenny Burrell Re-Imagined' album by way of follow up
    If he did, it would probably be something like this:


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    Here's a video of Nigel and the band recording Cariba in the studio, done with a James Brown style groove.


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    A video for 'So Do It!'


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    Quote Originally Posted by grahambop
    Interesting new project by UK guitarist Nigel Price - some Wes Montgomery tunes given a different treatment:

    Wes Reimagined | Nigel Price Organ Trio & Guests | Nigel Price
    Nigel is one of a group of endorsees which ( includes Martin Taylor ) for Fibonacci Guitars in London. In these clips he is playing his very own 'Londoner' model.

    David
    Last edited by blackcat; 06-16-2021 at 02:07 PM.