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This has to be one of my all-time favorite jazz albums, hands down.
Benny Golson's STABLEMATES gets a nice up-tempo reading, kicked off by a short Jones drum solo, follwed by excellent solos by Wes, Milt, and Barry Harris on piano.
I have an extensive collection of Wes' recordings, and they're all great, especially his early small group albums for Riverside.
I have a very nice audio system, so when I ordered this CD, seeing that the original recording was made in 1961, I didn't have high expectations for the sound quality, but was... Read morePublished 8 months ago by ejr1953
The overall feeling of the CD is smooth and relaxing. I'm glad to have it. It definitely sets a nice relaxed mood and tone for the day.Published 10 months ago by Regina Parker Johnson
The great vibe playng of Bags and the great guitar playing of Wes Montgomery! Great CD! Need I say more?Published 15 months ago by Trainman
an all star cast... the two front runners really shine on all the blues cuts. A gem amongst the classic jazz catalogPublished 23 months ago by Ian Shoenberger
Milt Jackson and Wes Montgomery combine talents to show why they are both
masters of the cool school of Jazz.
Milt Jackson was 38 when, in December 1961, he co-led this superb hard-bop date with the distinctive guitarist Wes Montgomery. Read morePublished on May 8, 2012 by Jerlaw
I like both Milt Jackson and Wes Montgomery, and I wasn't aware that they'd collaborated until I saw this. Their sound on SACD is even better. Read morePublished on June 28, 2010 by J. J. Slemenda Jr.